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Win Your Personal Injury Claim with a South Florida Medical Malpractice Attorney

Win Hyour Personal Injury ClaimAre you experiencing health problems that you think may have resulted from an act of medical malpractice? If you've been injured or made ill by the negligence or misconduct of your healthcare provider, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim. And if you file a successful lawsuit against the person or facility that caused your injury, you may be able to collect compensation for your losses and possible additional damages.

Hire a South Florida Medical Malpractice Attorney

If you're considering possible legal action as a result of malpractice, and the incident or treatment in question occurred in south Florida, it may be a good idea to research personal injury lawyers in Miami. Hire a south Florida medical malpractice attorney who can help you better understand the nature of your case and the possible outcome of a lawsuit.

Recognize that successful claims of medical malpractice must provide proof of three facts. 1. You and your malpractice attorney must prove that the healthcare provider committed an act of negligence, wrongdoing or professional oversight, 2. This act caused your injury, and 3. That you suffered as a result of the injury.

How An Attorney Can Help You

An experienced attorney has handled cases of medical malpractice like yours for many years, and can review the details of your situation to determine if you have the evidence to prove these three facts. Then your attorney can help you file the necessary documents to bring your case to a court of law.

If you believe you have a case against your healthcare provider as a result of an act of medical malpractice, contact Remer & Georges-Pierre, PLCC Law Firm at (305) 416-5000 or visit for a Free Consultation.

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