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Limitations on Medical Malpractice Cases in Florida

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare provider’s negligence leads to a patient’s injuries. If you can prove you have a medical malpractice case, you may be able to recover certain damages. However, in any legal situation, you will face certain limitations. Two such limitations are in regard to time and awards. If you think… Read More »

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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

When a person goes to the doctor, that person trusts that the provider will do everything in his or her power to either help the patient maintain his or her health or improve it. If that person discovers that his or health has declined despite regular doctor visits, or if he or she is… Read More »

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Pharmacists Can Be Liable For Malpractice, Too

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

When most people think of medical malpractice, they think of negligent doctors failing to make a diagnosis, or negligent surgeons who left sponges or other surgical devices inside of a patient. Most people would not think that a pharmacist could be guilty of medical malpractice. However, pharmacists handle hundreds of prescriptions on a weekly… Read More »

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Misdiagnosis Is Medical Malpractice

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

When most people think of medical malpractice, they think of the incidences they hear about on the news: patients with medical sponges left in them after surgery is completed, dentists who pull patients’ teeth out while patients are anesthetized, and doctors that perform the wrong procedure on the wrong patient. However, medical malpractice is… Read More »

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How To Identify Medical Malpractice

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Most people trust their doctors and healthcare providers to do everything in their power to make them better, so when a doctor makes a mistake, it often goes unnoticed. Like they do not with police officers and lawmakers, people do not question the actions of their physicians, and most assume that when a doctor… Read More »

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Alarm Fatigue In Hospitals: An Increasing And Dangerous Phenomenon

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Nurses and doctors hear alarms and buzzers go off all day long, and though the newbies tend to race to the scene at the first sign (or sound) of trouble, many veteran physicians do not. This is not to say that they do not make their way to the situation—just, that they tend to… Read More »

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When Robot Doctors Injure, Who is to Blame: The Hospital or the Patient?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

AI Doctors, Robot Doctors, Surgical Robots…call them what you like, but that does not change what they are: robots that perform procedures and make diagnoses typically reserved for human hands and brains. While technology has certainly come a long ways in recent decades, and while much of it is far more intelligent than the… Read More »

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Medical Malpractice Caps Lifted in Florida

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Up until this past summer, Florida law limited non-economic damages, which include pain and suffering, in medical malpractice claims to just $500,000, or $1 million if the injuries were catastrophic. In June, the Supreme Court ruled the caps unconstitutional and struck them down. Now, victims of medical malpractice in Florida are eligible for any… Read More »

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