Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney Discusses the Malpractice Case ProcessWhen people first come to me they want to know what the medical malpractice case process is going to be like. In Florida we’re required to go to through a pre-suit process which means that after we obtained all of the medical records and send them to an expert who provides an independent review. We take the affidavit send it by certified mail to the medical provider who’s at issue, and that medical provider along with his attorneys and malpractice carrier get 90 days to evaluate our claim. At the end of that 90 days they must either deny or admit the claim. If the claim is denied then the case goes into a lawsuit. Once a lawsuit is filed there are many processes that are carried out and that could take anywhere on the [sure then 00:50] from 2 years upwards a 5 or 6 years. Download Our Free Medical Malpractice Guide If you are considering a lawsuit for medical malpractice case, contact our experienced Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney to fight for you.
This video was provided by Betsey Herd, an experienced Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney