A Stuart Florida Personal Injury can be devastating to the victim and the family. The injury can have a huge financial impact on your life, especially if it resulted in permanent damage and/or emotional trauma. While focusing on legal matters while you're attempting to recover is not something that you're likely looking forward to, it's the very reason why you should work with an experienced personal injury lawyer in Stuart, FL. Here at the Law Office of Gloria Seidule, we can provide you with legal guidance that you can trust and rely on. We will make sure that your rights are protected throughout the legal process and that you have the best chance of obtaining the settlement that you deserve.
Here at the Law Office of Gloria Seidule, personal injury law firm we have been protecting the rights of those who have been injured as a result of the recklessness or negligence of others for over 25 years. Our experience in personal injury law extends to the following types of cases: Car Accidents, Slip and Fall, Medical Malpractice, Children’s Injuries, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect.
Gloria Seidule’s client thought his surgeon had saved his leg when he was discharged to a nursing home. But an infection developed and the nurses and doctors ignored it resulting in an amputation. Gloria Seidule is bringing a medical malpractice and nursing home abuse case, a high level of difficulty case with numerous defendants. Some personal injury lawyers do not handle this high level of difficulty case due to inexperience and lack of funds. Gloria Seidule has the experience and resources to take on this catastrophic damage case.
His daughter thought he was in good hands at the nursing home. But a delay in treatment, transfer to the hospital and medical care led to his untimely death. He suffered for hours before anyone paid attention to him. Sound familiar? Call GloriaLaw today to fight for justice and help stop nursing home abuse.
Gloria Seidule will talk to you, take on your fight and relentlessly pursue justice. She has the experience and passion to sue corporations, insurance companies, hospitals, doctors, nursing homes, trucking companies and the government for their wrongful acts that hurt you.
One thing you should know about delivery trucks in your neighborhood - they should never stop to make a delivery when their only exit route is to back up. Instead, they should always stop in a location where the truck can exit without reversing. These large trucks have huge blind spots that make it impossible for the driver to see when in reverse, making it very dangerous for bicyclists, like the client represented by Gloria Seidule in this case.
Sandy(not her real name) was out for her morning bike ride on the sidewalk in her neighborhood. A Federal Express truck driver had pulled into a driveway to make a delivery to get closer to the door because it had started to rain. As Sandy rode her bike behind the truck, the driver hit her as he was backing out of the driveway.
Sandy was seriously injured and required low back and shoulder surgery. She was out of work for many months and fell behind in her bills. She hired Gloria Seidule to hold the trucking company accountable for her injuries. After filing a lawsuit, obtaining policies and procedures from the company, arguing against the company's position that Sandy was at fault, the case resolved. Sandy now has the money necessary to pay her medical bills, lost wages and for the months of her life spent rehabilitating from her injuries.
CRPS is the diagnosis used for pain , usually in a limb, that is unexplained by testing like X-Rays, CT scans, MRI or lab tests. This syndrome was formerly called RSD. It became widely recognized during the Viet Nam war, when soldiers' legs were impacted by shrapnel but no tests showed damage.
The syndrome has various, clear clinical signs that podiatrists should be able to recognize, such as pain, redness, warmth, lack of use, atrophy and discoloration. In this case , litigated by Gloria Seidule, her client had CRPS, but her podiatrist failed to recognize her symptoms and failed to timely diagnose her condition.
Left untreated, CRPS can become devastating, gradually weakening the limb until it is permanently withered away. Early diagnosis and treatment are absolutely necessary and the Standard of Care for doctors. If a doctor fails to diagnose CRPS early, it probably will not be curable.
Glorialaw hired an expert who reviewed records of her client written by the podiatrist and determined he fell below standard of care by failing to recognize our client's CRPS. Additionally, from utilizing discovery in litigation, Gloria Seidule successfully proved the podiatrist had altered his records in an attempt to hide his malpractice.
The case settled for policy limits. This recovery compensated Gloria's Seidule's client for her devastating, permanent injuries.
A herniated disc can become a surgical emergency if it effects a person's arms, legs and/or bowel and bladder function. Once the symptoms start, it is imperative for surgery to remove the disc to be done within 24-48 hours of the onset of paralysis. If left untreated, the person can be permanently paralyzed.
Gloria Seidule has represented numerous clients over the years in which the healthcare providers missed the onset of paralysis and failed to perform timely surgery.
One such case, Veronica (not her actual name), went to the emergency room with progressing numbness in her legs. She requested an MRI, but the protocol for this emergency room did not allow for MRI unless certain criteria were met. The emergency room doctor, who was extremely busy that day, did not recognize Veronica's condition and failed to order an MRI.
Unfortunately, Veronica was sent home and became progressively worse over night. The following day she went to another emergency room that correctly diagnosed her condition and performed surgery. However, only part of her function was restored, and she continues to suffer from partial paralysis.
After filing a lawsuit against the hospital, the emergency room doctor and the company that operated the emergency room, the parties resolved their differences amicably and ended the litigation.
Veronica's case was to compensate her for her lifetime of pain and suffering, and to make sure this missed diagnosis never happens to anyone else.
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