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Medical Malpractice

Clearwater Medical Malpractice AttorneyThe Tampa medical malpractice attorneys at Alley, Clark & Greiwe have a solid reputation and a long tradition of representing victims of medical malpractice.  Our Tampa medical malpractice attorneys have over 30 years of experience in litigating medical malpractice cases throughout the State of Florida.  If you feel that you or someone you love have been harmed by medical negligence, please contact the experienced trial attorneys at the law firm of Alley, Clark & Greiwe for a free consultation regarding your legal rights.  Please visit our Verdicts & Settlements section to read about some of our previous medical malpractice settlements.

What is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice occurs when physicians, healthcare providers, or hospital personnel make a medical error or mistake, and this negligence results permanent disability, serious injury, or death. Doctors and healthcare providers must follow certain standards when caring for patients. While a simple mistake is usually not enough to constitute negligence, a death or serious injury caused by the failure to meet minimum standards of care may constitute medical malpractice. Medical negligence cases may include claims against a health care provider or hospital for improper care, medication errors, missed or delayed diagnoses, surgical errors, or improper nursing care, just to name a few examples.  A medical practitioner may also be legally liable if a patient does not give "informed consent" to a medical procedure that results in harm to the patient, even if the procedure is performed properly.

Types of Medical Malpractice Cases

The Tampa medical malpractice attorney at Alley, Clark & Greiwe aggressively litigate claims for serious injuries or death arising from many different types of malpractice including, but not limited to, the following types of cases:

Statutes of Limitations

There are strict laws in the State of Florida that limit how long a person can wait before filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.  If a lawsuit is not filed prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations period, then your right to sue may be forever lost.  For these reasons, it is very important that you contact an experienced attorney immediately so the statute of limitations period does not expire. 

Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorneys

If you believe that you or someone you love have been harmed by medical malpractice, please contact the experienced Tampa medical malpractice attorneys at the law firm of Alley, Clark & Greiwe for a free consultation regarding your legal rights.

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