Qualified Medical Malpractice Lawyers Skillfully Representing You
Effective assistance from an experienced attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or illness due to medical malpractice, then you need a medical malpractice attorney in Florida to help you recover compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more. Lorenzo Williams has more than 30 years experience in these types of cases, leveraging his knowledge to assist you and your family in your time of need.
You get the personal attention of a qualified medical malpractice attorney with in-depth knowledge of the law that applies to these cases.
Types of malpractice cases
To prove medical malpractice, expert testimony must back up the claim that no healthcare provider would normally act in the way in which yours did. Medical malpractice can include wrongful death and encompasses many types of negligence and wrongful actions:
- Doctor mistake during childbirth
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Nursing home abuse
- Errors in anesthesia
Addressing your medical malpractice issues. Not all medical injuries or illnesses are the result of malpractice, but you should contact medical malpractice attorneys to learn more about your options.
For over 30 years, Lorenzo Williams has practiced in the area of medical malpractice. He provides you with the experience, focus and quality representation that you need, allowing you to rest in the knowledge that you are represented by skilled and talented legal professional. Letting Lorenzo Williams handle your case gives you the best chance for successfully resolving your case and receiving the compensation you deserve as the victim of medical malpractice.
Call us today to meet with a skilled medical malpractice attorney
To learn more about your options in your medical malpractice case, call Lorenzo Williams today at 772-285-1419 or fill out the form below. From law offices in Fort Pierce and Stuart, Lorenzo Williams offer assistance to residents of the surrounding areas, including Port St. Lucie and throughout Florida. You pay no attorney’s fees unless you recover damages.