Florida Woman Seeks Multi-Million Dollar Settlement In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit After Having Hands and Feet Amputated.

When a doctor or other medical professional makes a mistake while operating or treating a patient, that patient may be entitled to money compensation for the injuries they suffered. If a doctor makes a mistake and a loved one dies as a result, you may be able to file a wrongful death personal injury lawsuit as well as a medical malpractice law suit. The experienced medical malpractice attorneys and wrongful death lawyers here at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates have decades of experience fighting for our Massachusetts clients and can help guide you through the complicated litigation process.

Lisa Maria Carter went in for a routine procedure but left the hospital without her hands and feet. The doctor in the medical malpractice lawsuit took the stand in court Thursday and said the mistake that cost the woman her way of life was not his fault. Ms. Carter is suing Dr. Larry Glazerman, who was once part of the USF Medical Group. She seeks damages in the millions of dollars to pay for a lifetime of treatment and medical care.

In November of 2010, Ms. Carter was about to be deployed to Iraq when she went in for routine surgery at the Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida to remove an ovarian cyst. But according to Ms. Carter’s lawsuit, something went terribly wrong in the operating room. Her lawsuit claims Dr. Glazerman accidentally sliced through her small bowel and didn’t catch the mistake. The lawsuit claims that missed mistake led to a severe infection. Doctors had to amputate both her hands and feet and most of her lower legs.

If you or a family member suffered injuries or death due to the negligence of your doctor, you may be entitled to compensation. Compensation for a Massachusetts medical malpractice victim can range from monetary compensation for pain and suffering to lost wages, to medical expense reimbursement and rehabilitation expenses. Our Massachusetts medical malpractice attorneys and wrongful death lawyer specialists are experts in the field so call us at 617-787-3700, 24/7, or email us at info@gilhoylaw.com. Your needs are our top priority!

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