Holding Medical Providers Responsible For Malpractice

Surgical Errors, Hospital Negligence, Psychiatric Malpractice

Our firm handles a select few meritorious medical malpractice claims where medical errors have resulted in catastrophic injury or death. When medical care results in harm instead of therapeutic value, one naturally questions the possibility of medical error. Not every "bad result" in the context of health care is evidence of medical malpractice. However, when serious injury or death is the result of medical negligence, contact a medical malpractice attorney at Wesley, McGrail & Wesley. Our attorneys investigate and pursue cases involving hospital errors, surgical errors or other egregious forms of medical negligence on behalf of clients throughout Florida, including the communities of Orlando, Jacksonville, Destin, Tampa, Miami, Gainesville, Ocala, Daytona Beach, Lakeland, St. Petersburg, Port St. Lucie, Cape Coral, North Port and Sarasota.

Suspect Medical Malpractice? Schedule A Free Case Evaluation Today.

Contact a Florida medical malpractice lawyer at Wesley, McGrail & Wesley through this website or by calling toll free 866-445-5849 to schedule a free case evaluation. The medical malpractice lawyers at Wesley, McGrail & Wesley pursue justice for people who have suffered medical errors such as the following:

As in all our practice areas, we offer free initial consultations to help clients determine the likelihood that a medical malpractice suit will succeed. We help ensure that viable claims are filed within the two-year statute of limitations. We are experienced at fulfilling the requirement of obtaining a pre-suit affidavit from a reputable physician within the same specialty field stating that a deviation from the reasonable standard of care has occurred. We maintain a network of expert witnesses who assist us in the evaluation and preparation of medical malpractice claims.

What To Do If You Think Medical Malpractice Happened

If you suspect medical error was the cause of harm to you or a family member, we encourage you to keep a journal of symptoms, a complete record of medical treatment and contact one of our medical malpractice lawyers immediately. In the event that you have a viable medical malpractice case, detailed information such as diary entries and family members' testimony will allow us to present your case clearly and effectively to a jury.

Schedule a free initial case evaluation by contacting the law offices of Wesley, McGrail & Wesley or by calling toll free 866-445-5849.