Man Blinded by Eye Injection Wins $11 Million
In Miami patient, Miguel Diaz was blinded by eye injection. He filed a case against it and Wins $11 Million. What you do if it happens with one of your loved one's, Contact an attorney from our law firm.
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Man Blinded by Eye Injection Wins $11 Million
A medical malpractice lawsuit was recently filed against Leon Medical Centers after one of their patients, Miguel Diaz, was blinded by eye injection. The 80-year-old patient had trusted these medical providers for many years. The company currently has seven clinics in Miami with optometrists, doctors, pharmacists dentists, and many other medical services provided. It seems like a perfect deal, particularly for many older patients who don’t have personal transportation or may not be able to...
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September 29, 2017 by admin
Stuck with medical malpractice in Florida?
There are a couple of things you need to take a look at before filing your medical malpractice claim in Florida. The sunshine state has laws and deadlines that need to be met just like every other state. If you become a victim of medical malpractice in South Florida and you believe you have a valid claim, make sure you hire an experienced Miami medical malpractice attorney. Statutes of limitations In the state of Florida, the lawsuit for medical malpractice starts two years after you have...
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September 7, 2017 by admin
Why so many C-sections in South Florida?
You are more at risk of delivering your baby by cesarean section in South Florida than anywhere else across the country. Unfortunately, the state of Florida has some of the highest rates of C-sections. Even during low-risk pregnancies, cesarean sections are still performed. Miami is at  the top of the list with about 40 out of every 100 deliveries being a C-section. A Miami medical malpractice attorney can help you figure out if you have a medical malpractice case. Too many C-sections in...
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July 28, 2017 by admin
Wrong Leg Amputation Leads to Malpractice Suit in Aventura
A few years ago, a Florida doctor was lost his medical license and was taken to court because he accidentally amputated the wrong leg on a sick patient. According to the doctor, both legs were so diseased and sickly looking that he couldn’t tell which leg was the “bad” leg. He further said that it was only a matter of time before the other leg would need amputation as well. But it does not change the fact he cut off the wrong leg. The doctor had numerous opportunities to confirm the...
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April 28, 2017 by admin
Personal Injury Case Before Supreme Court Threatens Caps
Medical malpractice caps have been the subject of fierce debate in Florida for over a decade. Now the Supreme Court of Florida is considering another case on the topic, but the results likely won’t be heard for some time. They just took their summer recess. It is possible they may deliver an opinion during the break. The current saga began in 2003 when the Florida legislature overhauled the medical malpractice system and put a cap on the amount of money that can be issued for non-economic...
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September 30, 2016 by admin
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