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What Happens When an Infectious Disease Results From a Delay in Diagnosis?

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Medical malpractice happens when a doctor, nurse or other health care practitioner causes harm to a patient by a negligent act. Before a patient can sue a doctor or nurse, Florida law requires that another doctor, nurse or similar health care provider sign an affidavit that there has been medical malpractice.  At Badgley Law Group we partner with medical expert witnesses to help build a winning case. An example of this collaboration would be working with an infectious disease expert, in a case where you or your loved one have been the victim of medical malpractice relating to an infectious disease condition.    Continue Reading

Attorney Jeffrey S. Badgley named to Million Dollar Advocates Forum

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The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is pleased to announce that attorney Jeffrey S. Badgley of Orlando, Florida has been certified as a member. The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is recognized as one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million-dollar verdicts, awards, and settlements. The organization was founded in 1993 and there are approximately 5000 members located throughout the country. Fewer than 1% of U.S lawyers are members.    Continue Reading

Medical malpractice – Delays in Cancer Diagnosis

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Delayed diagnosis of cancer is the leading culprit in the category of delayed diagnosis that we see in medical malpractice cases. When a doctor ignores the warning signs of cancer, or fails to order the correct tests, then the patient may lose their life or health as a result of medical malpractice.  Early diagnosis of cancer is the key to survival for many forms of cancer. Delay in diagnosis is as a related form of diagnostic error.  It is defined as a non-optimal interval of time between the onset of symptoms, identification, and initiation of treatment.  Examples may be medication, lab work, physical therapy and the list goes on. (see The Joint Commissions’ Office of Quality and Safety)    Continue Reading