There are many attorneys in South Florida that handle malpractice cases. You did not supply a lot of facts, but informed consent cases are difficult. To succeed you have to show by expert testimony the doctor deviated from accepted medical standards of care, and that deviation caused you damages. I am not sure what damage you think you incurred.
I agree with Mr. Tolin. It's not clear from your post whether you suffered damages. If you didn't suffer damages, you don't have a claim. If you did, use Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" feature above to locate a medical malpractice attorney nearby. I wish you luck. Take care.
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Your question is not clear. What prompts you to believe that there is malpractice? Is the lack of informed consent the primary issue in the case? If it is, that would be very difficult case for an attorney to take on. You will need to provide more information in order for an attorney to make the appropriate recommendation or referral. If you do a search on avvo.com, you should find many attorneys in the South Florida area to consult about your situation. Likely, they will want medical records before moving forward. Certainly, the decision as to whether or not a patient is competent to give their informed consent is a judgment call. The threshold is legally different in every state so you will have to ask an attorney in Florida to give their opinion. I wish you the best of luck.
David B. Snyder, Esq.
6876 Buckley Road
Syracuse, NY 13212
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