If you or your family have suffered life-altering or fatal consequences as the result of a medical provider's negligence, it's easy to feel hopeless. However, you can hold them accountable.
The medical malpractice attorneys at Moody Law in Lakeland, FL, serving Bartow and Winter Haven, are passionate about seeking justice for victims and will pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.
How do I know if my case qualifies as medical malpractice?
You must have an established doctor-patient relationship with the medical provider. In other words, your doctor must have been legally bound to treat you.
The doctors, nurses, and other hospital staff must have failed to perform their duties to an accepted standard of care.
The medical provider's negligent actions or wrongdoing must have directly caused injury or death.
The injuries incurred by their negligent actions must have resulted in losses, including financial and emotional damages.
John Hopkins University reported in 2016 that medical errors were the third most common cause of death in the United States.
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How can a medical malpractice lawyer help me?
A Lawyer Can Only Work to Your Advantage
Your attorney can shoulder the burden of the legal process so that you can focus on your health.
Although medical organizations can draw on significant resources to oppose your claim, we have a strategy to overcome this challenge.
The life-long effects of your injuries can be expensive. We can determine and recover the amount of compensation will you need to cope.
“Moody Law is a highly regarded and proven personal injury law firm. The lawyers and staff members of Moody Law work diligently as a TEAM to maximize the recovery for each individual client. We choose to handle only select cases so that we may facilitate individualized quality service to our clients. You can be assured that you and your case will be treated with high priority and distinction. ”
Our Verdict & Settlements
The doctors and nurses failed to recognize and appreciate the gravity of the patient’s condition and treat her in a timely manner. A $9,500,000.00 recovery was obtained for the client and her husband.
Because of a delay in diagnosis and treatment, our client became paralyzed from his chest down and confined to a wheelchair. Moody Law recovered $3,050,000.00 for the client.
We held the doctors and the hospital responsible for birth-related injuries due to delayed diagnosis and failure to resuscitate the infant.
We held oral surgeons responsible for the improper use of anesthesia, which caused partial paralysis of a 66-year-old man. We reached a settlement of $2,000,000.00.
Following a birth-related brain injury caused by failure to diagnose and implement a caesarian section, our client collected an award of $1,700,000.00.
Types of Medical Malpractice
The personal injury attorneys at Moody Law will seek compensation appropriate for your pain and suffering and all related expenses. Our lawyers are not afraid to take claims to court if it proves necessary to obtain fair and just financial compensation for our clients. Among the more common types of medical malpractice that we handle include:
If you or a loved one has been adversely affected by a hospital error, you can hold the hospital liable. The lawyers at Moody Law will work tirelessly for your case to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Our goal is to have you focus on recovering while we focus on winning your case.
At Moody Law, we understand how devastating a birth injury can be to a family. If your child has suffered a birth injury, such as one that causes cerebral palsy or Erb's Palsy, or an injury related to shoulder dystocia, a medical malpractice lawyer from our firm can help. Many birth injuries result in permanent disabilities that require long-term medical care.
Many emergency rooms are understaffed by overworked physicians and inexperienced nurses, which can often lead to tragedy. If the negligent actions of an emergency care provider caused you to suffer or led to the death of a loved one, we will work to ensure the liable parties are held responsible for their actions.
If a doctor's carelessness causes a patient to be injured, the doctor can be held liable for medical malpractice. Hospitals are responsible for hiring qualified and competent doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists and medical technicians. In instances of doctor neglect, it may be possible to hold the hospital liable.
The effects can be devastating if an anesthesiologist administers an incorrect dosage of sedative or fails to closely monitor a patient who is under anesthesia. If a loved one has been injured or suffered a wrongful death as a result of an anesthesia error, we can assist you in seeking just restitution.
Drugs can pose a significant risk to the health of an individual if they are incorrectly prescribed. Patients place their well-being in the hands of doctors when they seek medical attention. If a doctor fails in his or her duty and prescribes an injurious drug, the victim has legal recourse.
Your Needs Come First
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Moody Law has been representing injured Floridians in Lakeland, Bartow, and Winter Haven since 2007. We have three attorneys at our practice:
To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation, please give us a call at (877) 883-9090 today. You can also contact us online.