Miami Medical Malpractice Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

US statistics show that medical malpractice is a serious problem, being the third cause of death after cancer and heart diseases.

One of the things that make us different is that we truly look to be sure whether there is a valid case. We don't just take a case and file any lawsuit; instead, what we do is that we carefully investigate and we work with the best medical professionals and the best experts in the field to make sure that there is a valid reason to bring a lawsuit.

Sean M. Cleary
Miami Medical Malpractice

Did Your Doctor Fail to Diagnose Your Stroke or Heart Attack?

We have handled and continue to represent medical malpractice claims for stroke and heart attack victims. Despite having symptoms and signs of stroke or heart attack, our clients were discharged too soon from hospitals, only to suffer strokes or heart attacks a short time after that. Among other injuries, our clients have sustained brain damage and paralysis.

 

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Medical Malpractice Statistics

Statistics published throughout the years in the United States highlight that medical malpractice is a severe problem, being the third cause of death after cancer and heart diseases. Very accurate data on the total number of malpractice cases is difficult to be gathered due to many unreported or unnoticed situations. There have been some studies like the one published by the Journal of the American Medical Association, estimating that around 225,000 people die each year due to medical negligence. Also, according to the New England Journal of Medicine, 7.4 % of the total number of physicians received malpractice claims from 1991 to 2005.

 
 

What We Do in a Medical Malpractice Case

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What our clients say about their cases

Sean represented my wife and I and our three-year-old daughter in a case involving medical malpractice after she was born at a Miami hospital. The case was settled confidentially, providing for the future care and treatment of our daughter, and we were very satisfied with the result. We can attest with our experience that you will get an extremely knowledgeable professional, who has the mental agility to adapt to an ever-changing environment, who would put all the effort to your case, who would go beyond the initial objectives proposed to support you and your family, who will act accordingly to moral values, who will try to protect your integrity and/or that of your family. If Sean accepts to represent you, I think you'll be in good hands.

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What Is the Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice in Florida?

Medical malpractice law concentrates on, among other things, the liability or responsibility of a hospital, doctor, or other medical personnel in regards to how they provide medical care and treatment. Because a doctor, nurse, or other medical provider's...

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Why Do I Need an Experienced Lawyer to Handle My Medical Malpractice Claim?

When dealing with a medical malpractice case, it is very important to get in touch with a lawyer who can help you recover the economic damages and compensate your pain and suffering. An experienced medical malpractice lawyer can help you in gathering the necessary evidence...

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How Do I Know My Doctor or Medical Personnel Committed Medical Malpractice?

A medical malpractice case is a complex situation where the review of your medical records is necessary in order to determine if negligence was involved during treatment. One should investigate what is the appropriate standard of care for his/her specific case and what should a...

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What Must a Plaintiff Prove to Prevail in Court in a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

If you are the subject of a medical malpractice case, you should take all the necessary measures in order to prove that a medical professional was negligent in offering care or treatment. Generally speaking, an injured patient must be able to prove the...

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Which Are the Damages I Can Recover in a Medical Malpractice Case?

As a victim of medical malpractice, you can recover your economic losses that include: the costs of your past and future medical care, wage loss, rehabilitative services and any other medical expenses that you can prove they are necessary to treat the injuries caused by medical...

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Whom Can I Sue for a Medical Malpractice Case?

The main thrust of a medical malpractice suit is proving fault. You can file a lawsuit against the doctor or medical personnel responsible for your medical treatment, the hospital or the health care facility where you received treatment or any other organization or medical...

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Is There a Minimum or Maximum Amount That Can Be Recovered?

The amount that you can recover for your injuries depends very much on the injuries you have suffered and the extent of damages created by medical negligence or other situations, which can make the object of a medical malpractice case. The State of Florida uses different monetary...

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How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Medical Malpractice Attorney?

It depends on the contractual agreement you sign with your lawyer or law firm. Most medical malpractice lawyers provide legal services based on a contingency fee, which is paid as a percentage of the award or settlement in the case. In a contingency fee agreement, if the case...

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The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary
19 West Flagler Street, Suite 618,
Miami, FL 33130