Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital Medical Malpractice Lawyers
If You've Suffered Malpractice At Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital - Contact Our Firm!
Even at a hospital where some of the most vulnerable young patients are treated, medical malpractice is a concern. In 2006, the heartbreaking case of a seven year old patient occurred. He was admitted to the emergency room at Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital with a fever, dehydration, and diarrhea, none of which were uncommon ailments for him. The young boy had been diagnosed with a massive brain tumor when he was one and left with lingering health issues following his successful cancer treatment. His parents would take him to the emergency room whenever he had a spike in temperature, which would usually be resolved with a simple antibiotic. Unfortunately, the hospital did not follow this proven course of treatment and the patient died.
If Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital had not denied the patient this treatment, the family might still have their son. Unfortunately, medical mistakes like this are common and too often cost lives or cause irreversible damage to the lives of patients who place their trust in hospitals and medical professionals. You have a right to take legal action against them and pursue justice and compensation for their negligence.
Choose Freidin Brown, P.A. For Experienced Legal Representation
At Freidin Brown, P.A., we have over a century’s worth of combined experience and have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. If you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice, we can provide you with well-versed legal representation. No matter what type of healthcare setting you were injured in, we have the tools and experience to help you obtain maximum compensation. Some of the medical malpractice cases we have represented include anesthesia errors, birth injuries, misdiagnosis, surgical errors, and emergency room errors.
Call us anytime for a free consultation at (888) 650-0918 to get started on your case.