SAADE LAW's medical malpractice defense attorneys provide counsel for hospitals, medical practices, surgical centers, outpatient facilities, blood banks, physicians, advanced registered practitioners, nurses, pharmacies, and pharmacists. Our team of experienced and skilled malpractice attorneys is well-versed in the successful representation of healthcare professionals across a wide scope of facilities and medical categories.
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As a Coral Gables-based trial law firm with experience pursuing justice, we understand how devastating medical malpractice can be for our clients. The last thing patients—and their families—expect is a medical professional to deviate from accepted standards of care and cause harm in the course of treatment. That deviation—which can cause serious injury and even death—can be in the form of an improper, negligent act or the omission of an act, which is the failure to do something that should have been done.
Either way, the consequences can be devastating. Some people experience a permanent injury, requiring a long and expensive recovery, and need a lifetime of specialized care.
Unfortunately, medical malpractice in Florida happens far too often—and in many cases, the injuries and the responsibility go unaddressed. That’s where a medical malpractice attorney comes in. The best—like the SAADE LAW attorneys—have experience pursuing medical malpractice cases and know how to work with clients and medical malpractice experts to best present a case and obtain accountability and compensation.
The SAADE LAW attorneys have tried or settled cases regarding after-birth injuries, traumatic brain injuries, failures to diagnose, surgical errors, laboratory mistakes and more. We help people, loved ones and families better understand the medical facts and their legal rights in each case.
The Miami medical malpractice lawyers at SAADE LAW fight hard to get clients the compensation to which they are entitled.