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As Florida medical malpractice specialists, we have helped thousands of people. We understand the laws and statutes that control malpractice and we are probably familiar with cases similar to yours.
When a patient has been injured by a mistake made by a medical professional, we have the experience and the resources to handle the case. With over 40 years of experience and hundreds of wins, we are ready to handle your Florida medical malpractice case.
It is important to understand that we are very selective in the cases we take. Currently, we turn down approximately 300 cases offered to us for every case we accept. That is primarily because we are looking for cases that have an impact. If not necessarily a high dollar impact, an impact on real patient safety. We are patient safety attorneys, and we are very proud of that.
Throughout his highly successful career, Medical Malpractice Attorney Scott R. McMillen has been very active in community and professional organizations. He has financially supported and served on the boards of many charitable and community arts organizations.
Mr. McMillen has been a member of the Board of Directors of The Florida Justice Association, which is the large statewide organization of plaintiff trial lawyers in Florida (formerly called The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers). He has twice served as Chairman of the Florida Justice Association’s Malpractice Committee.
Mr. McMillen is frequently invited to give lectures and presentations for other trial lawyers and trial lawyer organizations. He has also lectured to legal nurse consultant and physician groups regarding medical malpractice issues.
He and his daughter also co-authored a chapter in the Florida Medical Malpractice Handbook, Second Edition, published by The Florida Bar Association in 2009. Other important malpractice publications by Mr. McMillen include “The Overlooked Emergency Room Cause of Action” Vol. LXXI, No. 10 The Florida Bar Journal (Nov. 1997), and “The Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations” Vol. LXX, No. 2 The Florida Bar Journal (Feb. 1996).
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The entire staff at McMillen Law Firm were always helpful, encouraging, available, and certainly well-prepared every step of the way for us. We always felt we were their top priority, and they involved us totally in each part of the process. We experienced mediation, depositions, and a trial by jury. All along we were prepared for what we could expect, so there were no surprises. These are such professional people, and we feel grateful that we had them in our corner.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ McMillen Law firm is very experienced and knowledgeable in Medical Malpractice. I am very impressed on how they handled our case. I cannot recommend them enough.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Mr. McMillen has a lot of experience in Medical Malpractice, and it was obvious to me that he knew what he was doing. He also has an impressive network of experts working with him, as well as other legal partners that provide expertise in other areas.</p> <p>I am very satisfied with Mr. McMillen's work on my case. I would definitely recommend him to anyone who needed representation on a Malpractice case.
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