Medical Malpractice

When a patient is injured or killed due to the negligence of their doctor or other medical professionals, the parties at fault must be held accountable. Malpractice can include an incorrect or delayed diagnosis, mistakes during surgeries, prescribing the wrong medications, and failing to disclose the risks or side effects of a procedure.

Kelley | Uustal Attorneys Secure $38.5 Million for Client in Medical Negligence Case

Following a monthlong trial, a Broward County jury awarded over $28 million to our client who was left in a vegetative state after a controversial medical procedure.  In December 2008, Dale Whyte underwent a procedure …

Negligent Anesthesiologist Faces Disciplinary Action in the Case of Dale Whyte

The anesthesiologist in charge during the manipulation under anesthesia (MUA) procedure that left Dale Whyte in a vegetative state is now facing disciplinary action.  The Sun-Sentinel reports that the Florida Health …

Your Rights Under Florida’s Medical Malpractice Laws

When you or a family member entrust your care to a medical professional, you expect that you will receive medical care that meets certain professional standards. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. When …

Young Man Left for Dead After Manipulation Under Anesthesia Goes Awry

A 33-year-old father of three was left in a vegetative state after undergoing a controversial chiropractic procedure; his family is now seeking justice with the help of our team at Kelley|Uustal. On …