Pursuing a Medical Malpractice Claim After Signing a Consent Form

Are you interested in pursuing a medical malpractice claim after signing a consent form? Watch this video, then call our Nassau County lawyer today.

Question:

Can I file a lawsuit if I signed a consent form prior to the incident?

Answer:

Pursuing a Medical Malpractice Claim After Signing a Consent Form In Florida, particularly if you go through surgery, you will sign a whole bunch of documents and sometimes you sign them on the gurney that’s taking you to the OR. One of those documents, without fail, is a consent to proceed. It’s got a lot of print in it and it’s designed really to protect the surgeon and the hospital from liability. Those situations are looked at closely. When people come into our office with a potential medical malpractice case in northeast Florida, they many times will ask that question, does that mean I don’t have a case? The answer is no. You do have a case. A consent form is an issue that we have to deal with but it is not something that should keep you from calling us and sit down with us so that we go over that and all the other issues in your malpractice case. If you’ve suffered a loss by virtue of medical malpractice in northeast Florida or southeast Georgia, call me. We’d be happy to sit down with you and go over your case and see how best we can help you.


Did you lose a loved one from the negligence of another and have questions about pursuing a medical malpractice claim after signing a consent form? Contact experienced Nassau County Medical Malpractice Attorney at Paul Boone Law today for a free legal consultation and case evaluation.

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