As a medical patient, you are entitled to receive high-quality medical care from all health care professionals because of the lengthy and dedicated training they receive. When medical professionals fail in their duties, a medical malpractice claim may develop.
At Canan Law, our attorneys provide aggressive legal representation for clients who need an experienced medical malpractice attorney in St. Johns County or anywhere in Northeast Florida.
If you suffer a medical malpractice injury in St. Johns County, you are protected by Florida laws that give you the right to file a medical malpractice claim. Most commonly in medical malpractice cases in St. Johns County, your Canan Law attorney may sue on your behalf for the recovery of monetary damages.
Medical malpractice cases require extensive investigation and understanding of the medical area involved. Because of the highly technical nature of medical malpractice cases, your Canan Law attorney will focus on discovering the details that explain how the injury or disease was due to medical malpractice or negligence. Among the types of compensatory damages you may recover in a medical malpractice case are: reasonable medical expenses, loss of earnings capacity, and pain and suffering. Both present and future expected losses are included in the total awarded. Though no amount of money can completely compensate someone for injuries and losses resulting from medical malpractice, the damages awarded in a malpractice injury case are an attempt to restore an injured party to the way they were before the injury occurred.
Canan Law attorneys have experience in all types of medical malpractice cases and work with a network of medical experts. Thankfully over 90% of medical malpractice cases do not have to go to trial because they can be settled through negotiation and mediation prior to the trial date. Patrick Canan’s knowledge and acquired skills in the field of settlement negotiation, coupled with an aggressive approach to trial practice are an excellent combination for achieving optimal outcomes to both litigated and non-litigated medical malpractice disputes. If you are not sure if you have a medical malpractice case, please fill out our questionnaire or contact the St. Augustine medical malpractice attorneys of Canan Law to discuss your case.