As Naples has changed and grown over the past decades, the Collier County city has attracted a steady stream of visitors and new residents. Business leaders have teamed to make Naples’ downtown a vital, upscale commercial district that welcomes upscale shoppers.
Our Gulf beaches, parks, and recreational areas provide facilities for sports and outdoor enthusiasts. Like other growing areas of the Sunshine State, Naples also has invested in health care facilities and worked to bring top-quality medical practitioners to our city.
As a Naples medical malpractice lawyer, Gregg Hollander has seen that medical treatment can sometimes go terribly wrong. His Hollander Law Firm doesn’t hesitate to help residents of Naples and other South Florida communities when health care providers’ negligence, carelessness, or incompetence results in injuries or death for unsuspecting patients.
His experience in handling complex cases involving allegations of medical malpractice has taught personal injury and wrongful death attorney Gregg Hollander that there is significant variation in the statistics about medical errors that occur in the U.S.
One study of 37 million hospital stays among Medicare patients reported more than 1.1 million safety incidents in a two-year time period. Researchers attributed 81% of the 323,993 deaths that occurred among patients who suffered safety issues to the incidents involved.
A government study of 780 hospitalized Medicare patients estimated that as many as 15,000 per month lose their lives because of care mistakes, according to a report by USA Today. Other sources speak to the thousands of hospital patients and nursing home residents who succumb to infections, medication errors, preventable treatment errors, and other adverse care incidents.
What is apparent from these and other statistics about medical errors is that a very real and widespread risk exists in our nation. When medical treatment goes wrong, the Hollander Law Firm has the knowledge and resources to step in on behalf of patients and their families.
In Naples and other South Florida communities, Medical Malpractice Lawyer Gregg Hollander takes on physicians, hospitals, clinics, and other health care providers who fail to exercise caution in carrying out their duties or who fail to provide care that meets appropriate standards of quality.
If you believe that a physician, hospital, or other health care provider has harmed you or caused the death of a loved one, Attorney Hollander has a team of legal, medical, investigative, and other professionals who can work together to analyze the care you’ve received and identify issues related to it.
Malpractice can take many forms. A few examples of cases handled by the Hollander Law Firm include:
- Medication errors
- Failure to diagnose or late diagnosis
- Physician negligence
- Surgical complications
- Wrong surgeries
- Surgical errors
- Wrongful death
As an experienced Naples medical malpractice attorney, Gregg Hollander recognizes that encountering problems with your medical care can be an especially frightening occurrence. When you trust a doctor or other provider to help you recover from illness or injury and that individual or facility fails to act responsibly or doesn’t adhere to accepted standards of care, your physical state can rapidly worsen.
At a time when you’re already vulnerable, you need a reliable and knowledgeable advocate who will keep your best interests top of mind.
At the Hollander Law Firm, victims of medical malpractice find the proven skills they need in Naples medical malpractice lawyer Gregg Hollander and his staff.
Our firm has helped thousands of victims of medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, boating accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, construction accidents, and other circumstances that cause serious injury.
Contact the Hollander Law Firm to schedule a free consultation with Gregg Hollander. He will listen to your concerns, explain your options, and take action to protect your rights.
You’ll be glad you’ve chosen the firm where “Each Case Is Personal.” You pay us no fees unless we make a financial recovery for you.