As a trial law firm with decades of experience pursuing justice, we understand how devastating medical malpractice can be for our clients. Some people experience permanent harm, require long and expensive recovery, and/or require a lifetime of specialized care.
The medical malpractice lawyers at Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen fight hard to get clients the compensation to which they are entitled. We have a distinguished and long track record of favorable verdicts and multi-million dollar settlements.
Our medical malpractice trial attorneys tried or settled thousands of cases regarding after-birth injuries, traumatic brain injuries, failures to diagnose, hospital infections, surgical errors and laboratory mistakes. We help people, loved ones and families better understand the medical facts and their legal rights in each case.
If you or a loved one has been injured due to medical malpractice, contact Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen for a free consultation on your case, or call 1 (888) 296-1681.
A $23.5 million medical malpractice jury verdict against the University of Florida on behalf of a woman who suffered a massive stroke when a medical procedure to ease her migraines went wrong.
A $9.8 million medical malpractice settlement for a husband and wife whose twins failed to receive the special attention they needed from Coral Springs Medical Center and doctors from the Omega Gynecology & Obstetrics Center. Numerous signs indicating the need for special attention during labor and delivery were overlooked. As a result of the negligence of these defendants, one of the twins suffered severe brain damage, rendering the child permanently disabled. The settlement will pay for the lifetime of medical expenses and other needs of the child.
A $890,000 medical malpractice jury verdict on behalf of a former Major League Baseball star against an ophthalmologist for negligence in the removal of a cataract and implantation of an artificial lens in our client’s left eye. After surgery, our client’s retina detached, something that would not have occurred had the doctor monitored the situation more closely. Further, we showed the jury that the doctor should not have implanted the controversial multifocal intraocular lens, which is now off the market since it was known to create night vision problems. Our client was awarded money for pain, suffering and loss of income as a result of the harm he suffered.