Miami Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Have You Been Injured by Substandard Medical Care?
A key part of successful medical care is trusting doctors and other healthcare professionals to provide skilled and effective care in a timely manner. When that trust is not repaid with proper care and injuries occur, the doctors and other healthcare professionals who failed to meet the accepted standards of care need to be held accountable.
At Greenberg, Stone & Urbano, we have over 130 years of combined experience representing clients in all types of complex personal injury and wrongful death cases, including those involving medical negligence and malpractice. We have the resources, both financial and professional, to invest in these types of claims, as well as the skill and experience to aggressively advocate for our clients every step of the way.
Conducting Thorough Investigations
Creating accountability requires being able to sift through the high volume of medical records that are part of medical malpractice cases. For a case to succeed, we must be able to show that the standards of care that are generally accepted among physicians and other healthcare professionals were not met.
Showing that failure often requires experience in gathering the appropriate evidence and then being able to identify departures from the accepted standards. Our Miami medical malpractice attorneys have extensive experience working with doctors and other healthcare professionals to help us identify instances in which the care provider departed from the accepted standards of care.
Examples of Medical Malpractice
There are a number of ways in which doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists, obstetricians, and other healthcare professionals can be negligent. Additionally, a healthcare facility, such as an emergency room or hospital, can be considered negligent. An example of this would be failure to conduct thorough background checks on doctors and staff members or failure to take action when an employee is reported for misconduct.
Other common examples of medical malpractice/negligence include:
- Failure to diagnose/misdiagnosis
- Delayed diagnosis
- Birth injuries
- Surgical errors
- Emergency room errors
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Medication mistakes
Note that this list is not exhaustive; there are many other examples of medical malpractice and negligence, all of which can lead to serious injuries, complications, and even deaths.
Experience Makes the Difference
At Greenberg, Stone & Urbano, our firm has been serving injured individuals and their families throughout South Florida for decades. We rely on that experience to help us analyze the high volume of evidence so that we can readily identify how your medical care failed you. We are often able to build strong cases that use that evidence to clearly show how your injuries were caused by inappropriate medical care.
We have built a strong record of succeeding for our clients, which includes obtaining millions of dollars for victims of medical malpractice in Miami and the surrounding areas. That record of success has helped several of our attorneys earn AV Preeminent® Ratings from Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest available rating. Many of our lawyers have also been selected for inclusion in the Florida Super Lawyers® list in multiple years.
Fatal Accident Involving Mother of Two $22 Million
Settlement for a 5-year-old quadriplegic daughter and her injured sister, and for the death of their mother in a horrific and devastating automobile accident.
Fatal Florida Turnpike Car Accident Results In Three Deaths $5.6 Million
Three elderly Miami women were killed when their vehicle was struck by another car on the Florida turnpike. This wrongful death case was tried to a verdict.
Debris From Tire Blowout Causes Motorcycle Accident $3.75 Million
We reached a $3.75 million settlement for a Miami man who was injured when he was caused to fall from his motorcycle.
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