Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Medical Negligence Is Avoidable — Let Us Help Hold Negligent Doctors Accountable

When injured by a doctor or other medical professional, the attorney you choose to represent you will play a substantial role in the success of your case. At the Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A., our personal injury attorneys can help you navigate the obstacles of Florida laws and the complex issues associated with medical malpractice claims.

Medical Malpractice Lawyers

With offices conveniently located in Altamonte Springs, Orlando, Melbourne and Tampa, our medical negligence attorneys aggressively represent people throughout the greater Central Florida region. Our team of lawyers is here to help you get the money you deserve following an injury or death caused by medical malpractice.

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Every medical malpractice claim requires an experienced personal injury attorney to prove that a medical professional’s failure to meet the established standard of care led to serious injury or death. Our firm uses the talents of established medical experts to prove cases related to:

  • Medication errors
  • Surgical errors
  • Birth injuries
  • Emergency room mistakes
  • Failures to diagnose  & misdiagnosis

For assitance with your medical negligence claim, contact a medical malpractice attorney immediately.

Common Medical Malpractice Questions Answered by a Personal Injury Lawyer

What Qualifies as Medical Malpractice?

Medical professionals are expected to meet an established standard of care when handling patients. When a doctor is negligent during his/her duties, and if such negligence results in a patient’s injury, it is considered medical negligence (also known as medical malpractice). The most common forms of medical negligence cases include:

  • Failure to diagnose and/or improperly treating a patient
  • Failure to warn a patient of risks and side-effects
  • Surgical errors (such as prescribing the wrong types of medical procedures on patients; leaving tools inside of a patient, etc.)

What Is “Informed Consent”?

The doctor is responsible for letting the patient know of all risks, benefits, and details of the actual procedure before performing the procedure and/or treating the patient. If the patient does not consent to the procedures, the doctor does not have the right to operate. The doctor also does not have the right to operate on a patient if he/she fails to provide the patient with detailed information on the treatment plan. Failure to establish informed consent qualifies as medical malpractice.

What To Do If You Suspect Medical Malpractice

If you suspect that you or a family member is a victim of medical malpractice, you should contact the medical professional immediately to discover if anything went wrong during the process. If your concerns are not eased, you should then contact the medical licensing board.

If the injury resulting from medical malpractice leads to physical pain, mental anxiety, lost wages, and/or costly expenses, an experienced medical malpractice lawyer can assist you with a medical malpractice claim in order to gain rightful compensation.

It is crucial that you contact a medical malpractice attorney immediately because of Florida’s statute of limitations on medical malpractice cases. According to Florida Statute 95.11 (3), a patient has approximately four years to present a valid claim after he/she experienced a medical malpractice injury. However, medical malpractice claims are much more successful when filed closer to the date of the actual injury/event.


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Dental Malpractice Claims in Florida

No one likes to go to the dentist. When a person’s fear of the dentist is confirmed, however, action needs to be taken. At the Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A., we file claims against negligent dentists, dental hygienists and orthodontists for botched dental work that leads to serious pain and injury. We can help you recover monetary damages following dental malpractice that led to bone loss including failed caps, posts or crowns and other dental injuries.

If a dentist, doctor or other medical professional injures you or a loved one, it is important to act quickly to protect your rights.

To find out more about medical malpractice claims, contact our experienced medical negligence attorneys at the Law Offices of Michael B. Brehne, P.A. for a consultation for all insurance and injury cases.