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Fort Lauderdale - Dental Clinic Failed to Properly Sterilize Equipment

Nova Southeastern University announced on November 27th - that one of its dental clinics did not properly sterilize equipment.

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale - NSU Dental Clinic Puts Patients At Risk

On November 23, 2018, Nova Southeastern University (NSU) sent out letters to 1,152 patients informing them of possible exposure to hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV due to improperly sanitized dental equipment.

Medical Malpractice


The Florida Supreme Court, in The Deaf Academy v. Townes, opined in April 2018, that plaintiffs should not be subjected to the complex pre-suit procedures for medical malpractice claims when it appears to be a matter of ordinary negligence. Recognizing the present procedures under Florida law are expensive and onerous, but still necessary to encourage early settlements and weed out frivolous medical malpractice claims, Justice Pariente, writing for the Court, explains any “doubt” as to whether a claim is for ordinary negligence or medical malpractice should be “generally resolved in favor of the claimant.”


Hospital vs Surgery Center for My Procedure?

As a medical malpractice attorney, there is no way I would schedule a procedure at a surgery center for myself or a loved one for the simple fact a hospital is better set up for an emergency.

Medical Malpractice

What is a Medical Malpractice Claim?

Usually, mistakes made by physicians and nurses (all medical providers for that matter) are relatively minor and cause no real harm, but others can be devastating and result in serious injury or even death. When a doctor’s error is in such a way that it violates the standard of care owed to their patients, they may be held civilly liable for medical malpractice.


How Do I Learn More About My Doctor in Florida?

Many people do not realize they can investigate their physicians or health care providers to learn about their education, experience, whether or not they have malpractice insurance and malpractice exposure.