Robyn Sztyndor

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

About Me

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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August 12, 2022

Examples of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice cases are difficult to prove, especially when the malpractice involves a newborn. A delayed C-section, for example, can result in brain damage or umbilical cord prolapse, which could have been prevented if the doctor had acted sooner. Other examples of malpractice include failure to diagnose, delayed diagnosis, and ineffective or incorrect medication. If […]

July 14, 2022

What You Need to Know About Medical Law

Medical law is a branch of law that deals with the rights of patients. This branch should not be confused with medical jurisprudence, which is another branch of medicine. Nevertheless, the two are closely related and should be understood in conjunction with one another. The most important thing to know about medical law is that […]

June 16, 2022

How to Win a Tennis Point If You Hit the Ball Over the Net

Robyn Sztyndor pointed out that have you ever wondered if you can win a point in tennis if you hit the ball over the net? Whether you hit it into the court on the other side or over the net and into the other side, here are some tips for you. Having a clear idea […]

May 26, 2022

Regulations Regarding Healthcare

  According to Robyn Sztyndor, health systems, hospitals, and PAC providers spend nearly $39 billion a year on compliance with healthcare regulations. Some of the most important of these regulations are HIPAA (the “teeth” of HIPAA), the Patient safety and quality improvement act, and the Emergency medical treatment and labor act. Read on to learn […]

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