A medical malpractice lawsuit does not try to hold doctors accountable for “acts of God” or harmless mistakes. Medical malpractice means that medical professionals committed serious errors that caused lasting harm or death.
The law firm of Miller & Jacobs has the proven ability to hold Florida physicians and hospitals accountable for medical negligence. Our attorneys have the resources to take on these complex cases and the commitment to go all the way to a jury to get justice.
Did Medical Providers Cause Injury Or Death? We handle medical malpractice cases in Central Florida and South Florida, with offices in Orlando and Pompano Beach. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your possible lawsuit.
If you’ve suffered a devastating personal injury as a result of a medical professional’s error, you should speak to our medical malpractice attorneys immediately.
Trial lawyers Mark Miller and Rick Jacobs have obtained notable verdicts and settlements for medical malpractice. As former prosecutors, they know how to strategize lawsuits and assemble a compelling case. As former insurance defense lawyers they understand how insurers interpret policies, analyze claims and gauge the risks of litigation. We can handle the full spectrum of medical malpractice cases:
If you are in need of a medical malpractice attorney, please contact Miller & Jacobs to schedule a FREE consultation by calling 877-848-5297 today!
Medical malpractice is a complex and expensive undertaking. To discourage frivolous lawsuits, a medical expert in the same field must testify in an affidavit that the physician, nurse or other medical professional deviated from accepted medical standards. In other words, it must constitute malpractice in the opinion of a medical peer.
Even then, medical malpractice cases are hard-fought and commonly decided at trial. Miller & Jacobs invests in medical experts and is committed to going to a jury if necessary to hold providers accountable for disabling injury or death.
Contact us today for a free consultation with our Fort Lauderdale and Orlando medical malpractice attorneys. There are no attorney fees unless we take your case and recover compensation.