Cardiology Medical Malpractice

Located in Florida, Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen is a trial law firm with decades of experience with cardiology medical malpractice cases. Medical negligence that results in cardiac injury can place significant financial and emotional strain on a patient and their loved ones.

If you or a loved one have experienced complications from a heart surgery that resulted in cardiac arrest or a similar injury, the medical malpractice attorneys at Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen are prepared to help you receive the compensation you the deserve.

For a free consultation of your case contact Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen or call 1 (888) 296 – 1681.

*The results obtained by the Firm in these cases are representative only, and there is no guarantee that future cases will yield similar results. The amounts set forth above are before deductions for attorneys’ fees and costs.


After being taken to a South Florida hospital while suffering from a heart attack, a 53-year-old man underwent a cardiac catheterization, which is a procedure to examine how well your heart is working. After successfully opening and stenting his blocked artery, while in the recovery room, the patient suffered another heart attack, but this time it took medical staff nearly 90 minutes to get him back to the catheterization lab. Due to the delay, his heart stopped. He was revived in the operating room, but he suffered a hypoxic brain injury, causing massive brain damage. He now requires 24-hour nursing care and is unable to walk or talk. GRYC was able to successfully obtain an eight figure settlement for the victim, his wife and two children.

A 46-year-old man was undergoing heart surgery at a South Florida hospital after suffering a heart attack. The cardiologist that was assigned to the surgery did not consult with a heart surgeon before performing the surgery. During the procedure, the cardiologist perforated the patient’s left anterior descending artery. The patient died, leaving behind an 11-year-old daughter and wife. The family of the victim sued the hospital and received a seven-figure settlement.