Florin Roebig Medical Malpractice Cases in the News
A man who says a medical sponge was left inside a wound on his right leg
filed a medical malpractice lawsuit.......
Tampa Tribune - June 4, 2009
Estate blamed heart patient's death on blood-disorder drug.............
St. Petersburg Times - July 23rd, 2004
Two surgeries on the 71-year-old's spine in 2000 damaged his legs and his
ability to walk.
St. Petersburg Times - February 6, 2004
$2,000,000 DOLLAR JURY VERDICT
The husband died in 2000 after an aneurysm. The death, attorneys argued,
could have been prevented if doctors had acted sooner.
St. Petersburg Times [STATE Edition] - September 19, 2003
Woman died during routine surgery.
Tampa Tribune - February 23, 2003
Woman died after surgery in July 2001
Tampa Tribune - February 22, 2003
$5,300,000 DOLLAR JURY VERDICT
The family of a woman who died during an outpatient procedure stands to
get millions because of the judgment and earlier settlements.
St. Petersburg Times - February 25, 2003
$1,000,000 SETTLEMENT WONT TAKE AWAY PAIN
A stroke victim and husband won from the hospital and the doctor they
sued but their lives remain shattered due to not being given the proper
anti-coagulant medicine upon arrival at the hospital emergency room.
St. Petersburg Times [STATE Edition] - March 16, 2000
$5,250,000 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT
$5,250,000 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT A 53 year old man died two years
after undergoing surgery to correct a jaw deformity, which caused him to
have severe pain. Massive irreversible brain damage.
Florida Jury Verdict Review & Analysis - March, 1999
Man's family sues Richey Manor, saying the nursing home failed to care
for him properly during his last months of life.
Tampa Tribune - June 21, 1997
$1,700,000 SURGERY THAT CAUSED PARALYSIS
Patient is partly paralyzed by a stroke after an intern performed the
insertion of a catheter into her brain.
St. Petersburg Times - October 29, 1996
$1.7-million awarded in medical suit
A jury awarded $1.7-million Thursday to a woman partly paralyzed after a
1992 surgical procedure performed by a medical intern who was serving his
residency at Tampa General Hospital.
St. Petersburg Times - November 8, 1996
$1,700,000 RECOVERY - MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
Failure to timely treat cardiac tamponade following catheterization
procedure-resulting in partial amputation of both lower legs.
Jury Verdict Review & Analysis - May, 2000
A woman sues the state, saying it allowed a doctor-in-training to perform
a procedure that she feels led to her partial paralysis.
Tampa Tribune - October 29, 1996
$3,000,000 CANCER SIGNS IGNORED
All the cancer signs ignored when misdiagnosed as an irritable bowel by
the doctors, who suggested the lady, 40 years of age see a psychiatrist.
St. Petersburg Times [CITY Edition] - February 28, 1994
$1,150,000 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE - LOSS OF LEG FUNCTION
The plaintiff alleged that nurses, employed by the defendant hospital,
failed to adequately alert the co-defendant physician that the plaintiff was
experiencing leg weakness and loss of function.
Jury Verdict Review & Analysis - August, 2009