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Robyn Sztyndor

is the managing partner in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale Office

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Robyn Sztyndor is the managing partner in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale Office. Robyn Sztyndor is the managing partner in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale Office. She is a founding member of Physicians Law, P.A. Robyn Sztyndor concentrates her practice in civil litigation focusing on commercial litigation and medical malpractice defense for physicians and healthcare facilities. She has experience in complex litigation matters involving professional negligence, product liability, and complex commercial litigation on behalf of healthcare facilities.

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November 21, 2022

Can You Sue a Doctor for Negligence?

Whether you can sue a doctor for negligence will depend on the facts. If you have been harmed by a negligent doctor, you will need to prove that the doctor was responsible for your injuries and that the doctor acted in a manner that caused you to suffer. Establishing a duty of care Whether you […]

November 2, 2022

Signs of Medical Malpractice

A medical professional can commit malpractice by failing to diagnose or treat a patient appropriately. This could include failing to provide informed consent. It could also include failing to treat a patient while he or she is under anesthesia. The signs of malpractice include failing to complete an examination or relying on a few basic […]

Worse Malpractice Or Negligence
October 21, 2022

Which Is Worse: Malpractice Or Negligence?

There are two types of legal negligence: Gross negligence and contributory negligence. To prove negligence, a plaintiff must show that the attorney’s actions caused a negative legal outcome. While failure may be less severe than malpractice, it still requires proof that the attorney’s efforts directly resulted in the adverse effect. Medical malpractice Medical malpractice is […]

September 30, 2022

Types of Mistakes That Can Amount to Medical Malpractice

There are several types of errors that may qualify as medical malpractice. These can range from misdiagnosis to prescription errors. Other errors can involve improper communication within the medical community or even negligence during childbirth. In some cases, patients may be left without proper treatment for months or even years. Misdiagnosis Misdiagnosis is one of […]

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