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Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Orlando, Florida

Negligence - Nursing Home Abuse - Failure Diagnose

Accusing someone of medical malpractice or nursing home abuse – or facing a claim yourself – is a serious matter that deserves equally serious legal representation. At Fisher Rushmer, P.A., our medical malpractice attorneys counsel clients throughout the state of Florida. From our Orlando law office, we represent clients with claims involving:

  • Doctors and nurses, clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes – cancer, obstetrics, orthopedic, surgical, and cardiac matters
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect – charges of dehydration and malnutrition, bedsores, falls, or unexplained injuries

Contact Us for a Consultation to Explore Your Options

If there is the possibility of a lawsuit in your immediate future, contact our medical malpractice attorneys today. Whether the charge involves a failure to diagnose, negligence, or improper treatment, we have the resources to zealously represent you. Besides our experience, we utilize cutting edge technology and in-house medically trained consultants with the resources to put together a formidable case on behalf of our clients.

Our Orlando lawyers are fair and ethical, and only take on the most serious cases. This way, we are able to focus our resources to make sure your interests are represented fully. From our law office conveniently located in downtown Orlando, our medical malpractice attorneys offer legal services in both English and Spanish. We can travel to meet with clients, if that is most convenient. Because of our results, we often receive client referrals. Call us today at 407-843-2111 and trust that your case will be handled by our attorneys, not paralegals. Your case deserves the best legal representation available.

Our Orlando medical malpractice attorneys are:

Fisher Rushmer, P.A.

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