Medical Malpractice And Professional Negligence
Comprehensive & Innovative Malpractice Representation Throughout Central Florida
If you or someone you love has been affected by medical malpractice or professional negligence, contact the malpractice attorneys at Bogin, Munns & Munns. We provide comprehensive and innovative personal injury representation in Orlando and throughout Central Florida.
Serious injury or even wrongful death can result from Orlando medical malpractice or professional negligence. If you believe a loved one has been seriously injured or killed as the result of nursing home abuse or negligence, you need a competent malpractice lawyer to assist you. Since 1979, Bogin, Munns & Munns has been dedicated to helping nursing home negligence victims recover the fair compensation they are entitled to under the law.
If you or a loved one believe you have a claim for Central Florida medical malpractice or professional negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for:
– Medical Expenses
– Lost Wages
– Pain, Suffering and Inconvenience Damages
– Scarring and Disfigurement
– Emotional Trauma
– Household Expenses
We have 13 locations throughout Florida. We are pleased to serve your legal needs in the location that is most convenient to you. Our offices are located in Orlando, Clermont, Cocoa, Daytona, Gainesville, Kissimmee, Leesburg, Melbourne, Ocala, Orange City, St. Cloud, Titusville, and The Villages Our Trial team of attorneys work aggressively and diligently to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve from injuries due to medical negligence.
Frequently Asked Questions
Medical malpractice is an act of negligence. Wrongful death, on the other hand, is a type of damage. They are very different, and often act independently of one another. A medical malpractice suit may not involve wrongful death (or the death of anyone at all), and a wrongful death suit may not involve medical malpractice (or the medical field in any way)
Have I waived my rights if I signed a consent form for a medical procedure or a general waiver of rights?
The average medical consent form is an acknowledgement of the risks that may be associated with the procedure. It is not intended to deny you of your rights. Even if you sign a medical consent form, the doctors and staff are still required to follow standard procedures and provide you with professional medical care. You may be able to file a lawsuit if there is any deviation from these standards or if there is failure to follow medical safety guidelines.
General waivers of rights are much different from medical consent forms, as they are intended to free the other party from a certain amount of liability or to protect their right to enforce their policies. You may buy a ticket to a sporting event that has a waiver printed on the ticket. This is intended to protect against lawsuits by patrons who suffer event-related injuries at the sporting event. This does not, however, ban law suits related to unsafe conditions or other types of negligence at the sporting event.
Whether you have signed a consent form or a waiver of rights, contact an attorney so they can discuss your situation.
How can We Help
Bogin, Munns & Munns Can Help With Your Medical Malpractice Case
Our Experienced personal injury attorneys in Central Florida ensure that our clients have the best legal representation available. If you or someone you know has been involved in a hit & run or a serious accident with a car, truck, motorcycle, boat, or bike and need to speak with a lawyer, please call us to get in touch with one of our experienced auto accident attorneys. Our lawyers have a long history of winning cases regarding medical malpractice, brain & spinal injury, DUI injury, nursing home abuse, premises liability, product liability, and many others. An attorney from our personal injury, wrongful death and auto/car accident department can also help those who have experienced a vicious dog bite or other pet attacks that resulted in an injury or death. When you are unsure how to go about seeking compensation that relates to a vehicle accident, injury, or wrongful death you should contact an attorney at Bogin, Munns & Munns for any legal services or client representation
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