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Medical Malpractice Attorney DeLand, FL

The Law Offices of Sands, White, and Sands represents clients that need a medical malpractice attorney in the DeLand, FL area. Medical malpractice lawsuits can arise from many different issues including medical negligence, misdiagnosis, or wrongful death. Sands, White and Sands also serves clients in Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach, and the other surrounding Volusia County areas.

Call (386) 258-1622 or fill out an online contact form to request a no-cost consultation with our team today.

About Sands, White & Sands, P.A.

Since our founding in 1976 by attorney Larry Sands, we have been proudly serving Volusia County with distinction for nearly half a century. Our commitment to serving the best interests of our clients with sound legal representation is unparalleled. During our history, lawyers in our firm have served is such positions as President of the Volusia County Bar Association and President of the Volusia Trial Lawyers’ Association. Our firm’s experience in representing clients with medical malpractice claims spans over 25 years.

Medical Negligence

In the State of Florida, patients have the right to sue medical professionals if they have been harmed due to their negligence, including misdiagnosis, wrongful death, and other injuries. Medical malpractice is not limited to doctors and surgeons. Other health care providers, including nurses, anesthesiologists, and other health care practitioners, can also be sued for medical negligence.

Medical Malpractice Claim

You might have a medical malpractice claim if your healthcare provider breached the standard of care that caused an injury or wrongful death. The bar for violating the standard of care under the law is rather high, so a patient can’t sue a doctor for making a simple mistake. The patient or family member representing the patient has the burden of proving that their injury or death was due to negligence.

Medical malpractice claims are very complex, and you will need the assistance of an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. Florida tort law caps the maximum amount that can be awarded for non-economic damages in a medical malpractice claim at $500,000. Due to the statute of limitations, a medical malpractice claim must be filed within two years of the incident.

Visit our website or contact us at (386) 258-1622 to schedule a free consultation with a medical malpractice attorney in DeLand, FL, today!

Multi-Million Dollar Victories

Allowing Our Clients to Recover
  • $10,278,620 Verdict Workplace Injury
  • $7,650,000 Settlement Motor Vehicle Collision
  • $2,900,000 Verdict Medical Negligence
  • $1,505,820 Arbitration Verdict Medical Negligence
  • $1,400,000 Settlement Trucking Collision
  • $1,250,000 Settlement Product Liability
  • $1,057,385 Verdict Medical Negligence
  • $1,000,000 Settlement Product Liability
  • $750,000 Verdict Premise Liability
  • $450,000 Settlement Motor Vehicle Collision