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Common Mistakes in Medical Malpractice Cases

Do you have questions about the common mistakes in medical malpractice cases in Florida? Watch this video, then call Paul Boone Law today.


What common mistakes do people make in their medical malpractice cases?


We have handled many medical malpractice cases in northeast Florida where we practice,including Duval County, Nassau County, and surrounding areas. Looking back over those cases, there is one mistake that is head and shoulders above other mistakes that we see made. That is people wait too long to get to a lawyer. Florida’s Medical Malpractice Act has a two-year statute of limitation period, meaning you have two years from the date that you suspected something negligent happened to bring a case. Two years goes by very quickly. Many times, we will get a case where much of that period has gone. It doesn’t leave much time to evaluate cases. These cases are expensive and before a lawyer will advance those costs, he’s got to have some idea of what the case is about. If you don’t give a lawyer enough time, you’re going to lose the services of that lawyer perhaps. You’re limiting his ability to do an effective evaluation. That’s the main mistake that we see being made.

Common Mistakes in Medical Malpractice Cases

The other is not getting medical care to address the problem that the healthcare provider inflicted upon you, for whatever reason. Sometimes, that is put upon the injured plaintiff,ironically, at a trial. If you’ve suffered a medical malpractice in Nassau or Duval County, don’t wait. Call immediately. We will sit down, and at a very minimum, educate you about medical malpractice, the ins and outs of it, and the practicalities of suing your own doctor, if that’s the case. We’ll figure out a plan that makes sense. Call us and we’ll sit down and chat.

Did you lose a loved one from the negligence of another in Florida and have questions about common mistakes in medical malpractice cases? Contact an experienced Nassau County medical malpractice lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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