Medical malpractice cases are as individual and unique as fingerprints. No two are alike. Sometimes, a patient has suffered devastating permanent injury, requiring life-long therapy or other medical care. At other times, a fatal mistake might take a family member away from loved ones too soon. Of all medical malpractice claims in Broward County, about 33% assert that negligence or carelessness on the part of a medical professional resulted in the death of a patient. In cases such as these, the malpractice lawyers at Krupnick Law have the knowledge and experience to help you win the compensation you deserve.
By the numbers
- In 2008, Broward County was the second highest county in the state of Florida in terms of number of medical malpractice claims filed against doctors or health facilities. Miami-Dade County was ranked higher that year.
- The average medical malpractice case takes almost four years (3.74) to be decided in the state of Florida.
- Over 50% of all claims filed in Florida were related malpractice that took place in a hospital inpatient facility.
A medical malpractice claim can be a very long and arduous process, taking months, perhaps years to reach a resolution. Enlisting the services of the Broward medical malpractice attorneys of Krupnick Campbell will ensure that you have knowledge and experience on your side. In Broward County the medical malpractice attorneys of Krupnick Law can help victims of medical malpractice by ensuring that the claim’s process goes as smoothly as possible and treats you and your case with sensitivity and professionalism. If you or a loved one have suffered from the negligence or carelessness of a member of the medical profession, Fort Lauderdale medical malpractice lawyers are fully prepared to evaluate your case.
Krupnick Campbell Malone Buser Slama Hancock Liberman represents medical malpractice victims in Broward County, including the cities of Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Pembroke Pines.