You need an articulate spokesman attorney or other professional to focus on the proper remedy, if there is one, for your claims. Mixing in political issues confuses the matter and paints you as someone who quarrels over the legal definitions instead of valuing your case in terms of money. The law is not there to right every wrong, it can usually compel wrongdoers to pay money to those they wronged. Get legal representation ASAP.
Consult another attorney. Florida is a tough state for medical malpractice.
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Communism has noting to do - even by analogy - with medical malpractice. Pure medical malpractice elements are actually fairly simple. See blue link below. The problem is that state by state insurance lobbyists have bought legislatures, which have enacted tougher and more convoluted procedural barriers in the name of 'tort reform'. Try another attorney.
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Economic damages include lost wages and lost earning ability, so if the malpractice cancels a lucrative career, those are economic damages. Our legislature has limited non-economic damages, like pain and suffering. It is not communism, but capitalism applied to politics that is partially responsible for the legislature's decisions on this and other matters. But, as advocates, we generally play be the rules that exist instead of railing against them -- it is just more effective. Sometimes, a direct challenge is needed, but there has to be a chance of winning or some other overwhelming reason to do it.
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