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Stephen Cain, left, and Michael Levine, right. Stephen Cain, left, and Michael Levine, right.

As Florida’s First District Court of Appeal recently observed, “medical malpractice plaintiffs do not have the same common law rights as victims of other types of negligence.” Medical malpractice cases are different than any other in Florida. Aside from being both difficult and expensive, they also provide unique procedural challenges that, if you’re not careful, could prove devastating to your client’s case.

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