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Medical Malpractice

When you go to your doctor, you expect to be taken care of and you expect that he or she will get it right the first time. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. Doctors make mistakes. When it affects your health and your life, it is unacceptable and needs to be remedied.

My name is Curtis P. Leonard, and I hold doctors who are negligent in their duties accountable, on behalf of the people whose lives have been permanently changed because of their mistakes. My first action as your attorney is to direct you to the best doctor to help reverse the damage that has been done. Next, I seek compensation to cover the present and future costs of the harm done to you.

I have handled medical malpractice cases involving:

  • Incorrectly done surgeries
  • Severed organs
  • Incorrectly severed tissue
  • Incorrectly severed muscles
  • Sponges or tools left in the patient
  • Misdiagnosis of disease
  • Incorrect prescriptions
  • Nursing medication errors

An Accomplished Local Trial Lawyer On Your Side

Medical Malpractice

I returned to practice law in the area I grew up in when I graduated from law school because I want to help the people I care about the most. You and I will discuss the circumstances of your case. I will be completely honest with you about your situation and what I can do for you. I understand how insurance companies really work, and I will let you know what you are up against. We will work together to establish your goals, and I will fight for you until you are happy with the result.

The Villages Physician Negligence Attorney

Because Florida law dictates that prior medical malfeasance is part of the public record, I check the past history of every treating doctor involved in your case to see if any of them have had prior problems. I review your medical reports and consult with experts to determine where the standard of care was deviated from in your situation. I prepare your case to go to trial so the insurance company knows we are serious about seeking justice for you.