We are fortunate to live in an enlightened age where health care and ever-expanding
technologies like robotic surgery can significantly improve our quality
of life. We are equally fortunate to live in a nation that allows us to
seek a remedy when health care is negligently employed, and our quality
of life is diminished. It is a sad reality, but there are those in the
health care industry that neglect the very patients who need them most.
Whether it be through incorrect use of technologies, improper or falsified
qualifications, inattentive and disorganized care staff, neglectful nursing
homes, or callous HMOs, medical negligence can lead to severe injury,
and sometimes, death.
Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso & Spier, P.A., our Miami medical malpractice lawyers regularly represent persons injured
and the families of those lost due to medical negligence. The leadership
and experience of our malpractice attorneys have produced a $12.5 million
recovery in a misdiagnosis case, an $8 million recovery for a patient
who was administered wrong medication, a $2.5 million recovery for a victim
who suffered a stroke as a result of medical malpractice, eight-figure
results for brain-damaged babies, and many other positive outcomes for
our clients. We're also well-versed on
robotic surgery injuries, and we were the first Florida firm to sue the manufacturer of the da
Vinci Surgical System robot. If you've suffered internal injuries during
a robotic surgery, you can trust our team to hold the at-fault party responsible,
whether it be the surgeon performing the operation or the device manufacturer.
The benefits of technology and medicine are rendered useless when placed
in the hands of uncaring, unskilled, and unsympathetic people. Victims
of these "professionals" and organizations deserve to be protected
by the representation of attorneys with broad experience in these areas.
Contact our team
online or by phone at
(305) 900-5493 to schedule your free consultation in English or Spanish. We’re
passionate about helping our clients after they’ve been wrongly injured.