The skilled and competent medical malpractice lawyers at The Alvarez Law Firm have the required experience, legal knowledge, and resources to hold the negligent physician accountable and obtain the maximum possible financial compensation for your injuries.
Procedural Guidelines for Suing a Physician in Florida
The Florida Comprehensive Medical Malpractice Reform Act explains the guidelines for suing a doctor for medical malpractice. A variety of procedural guidelines are listed under the law for pursuing this type of claim. Injured patients get two years from the date of physician error to file a lawsuit. The law applies to healthcare providers, such as physicians, osteopaths, podiatrists, chiropractors, optometrists, dentists, pharmacists, hospitals, and ambulatory surgical centers, among others, for providing a substandard level of care. A reliable and outstanding medical malpractice lawyer can evaluate the individual circumstances of your claim and explain whether the law applies to your particular case or not.