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Ivan Cabrera, with Liberman Cabrera Thompson & Reitman in Fort Lauderdale. Ivan Cabrera, with Liberman Cabrera Thompson & Reitman in Fort Lauderdale.

Generally one does not contemplate whether health care providers who treat them in a hospital setting are employees of the hospital or independent contractors. The thought of who would be liable should an unfortunate act of malpractice occur is not even a consideration given the circumstances that originally brought that person to the hospital to seek treatment. However, in the instance that an act of malpractice does occur, these issues become of paramount importance as it usually means the difference between whether or not compensation for injuries will be made.

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