FOR PERSONAL INJURY CASES
The initial consultation for personal injury cases with attorneys is free of charge. And, if we take the case, Grazi & Gianino will only receive payment as part of any settlement or judgment that results from Grazi & Gianino representing you.
We trust medical professionals with our lives. When doctors make mistakes, however, that trust is breached, resulting in devastating injuries that can diminish the quality of our lives forever. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional’s failure to adhere to standards of care in the medical community causes injury to patients under their care.
Doctors are not the only medical professionals that can commit malpractice. Nurses, technicians, anesthesiologists, pharmacists, physical therapists, and other medical staff can be responsible for causing your injuries.
Medical malpractice may occur for a variety of different reasons. At Grazi & Gianino our attorney has successfully handled all types of medical malpractice cases, including:
- Birth injuries
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia mistakes
- Surgical errors
- Hospital negligence
In the most grave cases of medical malpractice, death results. If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury or death at the hands of a negligent doctor, nurse, hospital, or other medical professional, you need an experienced Stuart medical malpractice attorney fighting for you.
The medical malpractice attorney (personal injury attorney) at Grazi & Gianino handles medical malpractice claims in Stuart, FL or Martin County, Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie or St. Lucie County, Vero Beach or Indian River County, Okeechobee or Okeechobee County, West Palm Beach or Palm Beach County, and surrounding areas. Call (772) 286-0200 today to discuss your medical malpractice case with an compassionate personal injury attorney who understands the pain, frustration, and financial difficulties you are facing. We can help you seek justice, monetary compensation, and peace of mind during this difficult time. Note: Medical malpractice cases may be referred out to another qualified attorney.