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When Surgical Errors By Florida Physicians Constitute “Never Events”

By Greco & Wozniak P.A. |

From the term itself, you can tell how so-called “never events” by Florida health care providers involve absolutely inexcusable mistakes. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) definition includes any error that is clearly identifiable, preventable, and serious in how they affect the patient – usually resulting in severe injuries or death. In… Read More »

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What Is The Most Dangerous Post-Operative Infection?

By Greco & Wozniak P.A. |

When it comes to the most horrific types of medical malpractice in the realm of surgery, many people believe that there can be nothing worse than having an object left inside the patient. In fact, these disturbing scenarios are quite rare: According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 1,500 patients are estimated… Read More »

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What Proof Do I Need For A Florida Surgical Errors Case?

By Greco & Wozniak P.A. |

A surgical error is a specific type of medical malpractice under Florida law, but you must still meet the same standard of proof that applies to other patients who suffer harm at the hands of health care providers. Under Florida’s medical negligence law, you must be able to prove that the surgeon deviated from… Read More »

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