The Clearwater Personal Injury Lawyers of Jim Dodson Law provide a broad scope of experience to accident victims. Jim Dodson, a Personal Injury Attorney Clearwater focuses exclusively on accident and injury victims whose lives have been affected by the wrongful act of another, including all accident cases, medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. Highly respected in the legal community, Jim Dodson has helped countless people who have been injured in car accidents, slip and fall accidents, motorcycle crashes, pedestrian accidents and bicycle collisions as well as those who have suffered very serious injuries including a head injury, fractures, back and neck injuries, and spine injuries.
Our Personal Injury Lawyers Are Here To Help You
Rather than create a high volume law practice based on mass advertising, our injury law firm limits the cases we accept to provide you with the personal attention you deserve. You will not be passed off to case managers or file processors, which is a common practice in large advertising firms. We understand sustaining a traumatic injury is life changing and can be emotionally devastating. Our personal injury lawyers are firmly committed to listening to your concerns and to ensuring that the person responsible for your injury fully compensates you for your losses. We are dedicated to protecting your interests while handling your case in a professional manner with compassion and aggressive advocacy.
Jim Dodson Law is devoted to personal attention and superior client service. Our personal injury lawyers serve a wide geographic area, including Clearwater, Sarasota, Bradenton, Lakeland and Lakewood Ranch, as well as a number of other cities around the Tampa Bay area.
Common Examples of Medical Malpractice Claims Include
- Surgical errors (operation on the wrong body part, leaving surgical equipment in the body and other mistakes)
- Anesthesia errors
- Failure to diagnose (delay in diagnosing or misdiagnosis) of a disease or illness
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Failure to monitor a patient
- Failure to correctly treat a patient’s disease or illness
- Failure to obtain an informed consent for treatment or surgery
- Falls (for instance, in a hospital due to negligent medical care)
- Medication and pharmaceutical errors (wrong medication, wrong dose, giving it the wrong way)
- Nursing negligence related to failure to advise the physician of a change in a patient’s condition and failing to follow physician orders
- Birth injuries from failure to perform a timely C-Section, lack of oxygen to the baby during delivery or by injuring the baby’s shoulder during delivery
- Cerebral Palsy
- Dental malpractice
- Doctor not reading the MRI or pathology report leading to a misdiagnosis
- Doctors accidentally cutting or damaging the sciatic nerve causing loss of use of limb or other complications