Holding Hospitals Accountable For Malpractice

All medical malpractice claims come down to some form of physician negligence or hospital malpractice. Hospital malpractice is a specific kind of medical negligence lawsuit that may be pursued for injuries caused by a hospital's or clinic's policies or insufficient supervision or training of its personnel.

Nursing negligence or medical mistakes made by nurses, paraprofessionals, and orderlies often result in miscommunication and mix-ups that cause serious harm to a patient, or even wrongful death. Moving a patient improperly, insufficient medical records, wrong doses of harmful medications, failure to diagnose and negligent care can result in serious health problems and medical mistakes.

Contact us online or call 813-217-5613 today if you think you have suffered an injury as a result of hospital negligence.

We Handle All Medical Malpractice Claims

Our attorneys have many years of courtroom experience and are determined to take your case to trial to fight for a maximum jury award if we cannot reach a reasonable settlement out of court.

  • Nurse errors
  • Improper medications and dosages
  • Insufficient medical records
  • Anesthesiologist error
  • Orderly misconduct
  • Dehydration, malnutrition
  • Miscommunication between staff and doctors
  • Doctor's errors

We also represent clients who have suffered as a result of medical negligence. We aggressively pursue cases of medical malpractice cases, resulting from:

  • Failure to diagnose cancer
  • Surgical errors
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Medication errors
  • Pharmacy errors

Experienced Representation From A Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist

If you or a loved one has been injured because of hospital malpractice, the civil trial attorneys of Valenzuela Law Firm, P.A. are ready to help. Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist Henry Valenzuela founded our firm more than 30 years ago and continues to concentrate solely in the area of personal injury and civil litigation.

We have the resources and experience to thoroughly investigate hospital and clinic practices that may have led to your injury. We also rely on a nationwide network of medical malpractice forensic experts to develop a case for trial. This is what makes Valenzuela Law Firm, P.A. different than other law firms.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation About Your Hospital Malpractice Case

Contact our medical malpractice lawyers to schedule a free consultation about your hospital malpractice case. Call 813-217-5613 or complete our online contact form. From our office in Tampa, we serve clients throughout Central Florida and West Florida. You will not pay any attorney fees unless you recover compensation for your claim.

Verdicts & Settlements

$4.0 Million Settlement in Medical Malpractice Action Against Physicians and Hospital For Failing To Timely Diagnose Spinal Epidural Abscess

$1.0 Million Settlement in Medical Malpractice Action Against Physicians and Hospital For Failing To Timely Diagnose a Perforated Stomach Ulcer

$575,000 Settlement in Medical Malpractice Action Against Physicians and Hospital For Failing To Timely Diagnose a Basilar Artery Stroke.

$4.2 Million Settlement against Hospital and Physicians for Failure to Diagnose Spinal Abscess

$3.5 Million Settlement by Hospital for Delayed Treatment of Brain Bleed

$3.5 Million Settlement By Hospital for Wrongful Death of Teenager

$2.5 Million Settlement Against Hospital And Physician For Wrongful Death of Senior Chemotherapy Patient

$2,000,000 Settlement in Medical Malpractice Action Against Hospital for Delayed Reaction to Low Blood Pressure

$1.1 Million Settlement Against Hospital Radiologist For Causing A Brainstem Herniation

$1,000,000 Settlement in Medical Malpractice Action Against Physicians and Hospital for Failing to Timely Diagnose and Treat Brain Tumor in Minor Patient

$1.0 Million Settlement Against Hospital Emergency Room For Failing To Treat Complications From Gastric Bypass Surgery

$1,000,000 Settlement in Medical Malpractice Action Against Occupational Medicine Physicians and ARNPs for Failing to Diagnose Thoracic Disc Herniation