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SINCLAIR LAW OFFICES- Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Medical malpractice attorney Kip Sinclair has been representing victims of hospital and medical malpractice on the Treasure Coast, Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Indiantown, St. Lucie County, Palm Beach County, Martin County, Indian River, Okeechobee Counties and throughout the State of Florida. Choosing a medical malpractice or personal injury attorney should be a careful decision. With more than 30 years of experience in successfully representing victims of a hospital, medical and nursing malpractice, and their families, Charles (Kip) Sinclair pursues justice aggressively for his clients.
I had to go through a very upsetting situation unlike anything I’d ever imagine, and i was so lost, confused and very emotional from day 1. Mr. Sinclair and his amazing staff were beyond comforting, EXTREMELY patient with my crazy mood swings and constant calls and emails with questions!! They never made me feel like I was a bother to them and always responded in a timely manner. I’m not sure how they put up with me but they did with a calm tone and smile! Luana had to help me through many tears when Mr. Sinclair wasn’t available and I thank her so much for that!! I would never wish anyone to have to go through a bad experience like myself and many others, but if you do I wouldn’t go to anyone but Mr. Sinclair!! After an emotional roller coaster Mr. Sinclair was able to help me in a way I never expected and taught me so much along the way!! I will be forever grateful of him and Luana!! Thank you both again for everything!! All my love and gratitude!
Nursing Home Injury Attorney/Lawyer
Nursing homes and assisted living facilities are licensed and regulated by the State. You would think that they would give professional level care to your loved ones. That doesn’t always happen. Some have very low limits of liability insurance and hide behind that to cut back on services, care and supplies, thus increasing the profits for the owners. Whether it be pressure sores, falls, malnutrition, abuse or death, Sinclair Law Offices, with it’s nationally recognized team of medical and nursing experts, can make the nursing homes accountable for the harms they cause. Mr. Sinclair always handles each case personally, from beginning through trial, and makes himself accessible to his clients in their time of need.
SURGICAL INJURY OR DEATH
Surgical injury or death may be as a recognized complication, or it may be due to medical malpractice. Our experts can find out for you.
This can happen from a head injury, a bleed, a stroke or lack of oxygen to the brain, and can possibly be from medical malpractice.
SLIP AND FALL
Most falls in nursing homes or assisted living facilities can be prevented with proper safety measures and the proper attention of the intitution’s staff.
This is outrageous, five times as many Americans die every year from hospital/doctor mistakes than die from auto accidents.
NURSING HOME ELDERLY ABUSE
Unexplained injuries, bruises and other related injuries may be the result of nursing home abuse. These injuries are a felony under Florida law.
Medical malpractice victims
MY TREASURE COAST CLIENTS
My Treasure Coast clients are people who have been seriously and permanently injured by medical/hospital errors; who have had family members die at the hands of incompetent doctors or nurses; whose elderly loved ones have been abused and mistreated by uncaring nursing home staff. Many cannot even leave their houses because of their injuries. Sometimes their computer is their only contact with the outside world. These are my people!
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Florida Coronavirus Attorney The Coronavirus or COVID-19 will test conditions of our nursing home facilities in Florida & The Treasure Coast Until the Coronavirus epidemic slows, and