Don’t Let It Happen To Anyone Else

From Leonard McCue of Q Auto and Injury Attorneys;
The term auto and injury attorneys is a broader term than most people know. We also handle medical malpractice, but we’re really concerned with almost all types of injury cases.
Recently, we were asked to represent two young children who lost their father. Not in an auto accident but in a rather peculiar way. He was just recently incarcerated in to the Florida prison system only to be found dead in his cell a few days later, suicide by hanging.
There’s been a tremendous amount of news coverage concerning the Florida prison system and the number of suicides and the number of deaths that have been caused apparently by negligence on the part of the people who maintain the prison system.
We’re looking into this case as a case of negligence on the part of the prison system for failing to carry through on a suicide watch which had been recommended for this young man. We’re going to do everything we can to see that this young man’s family is protected. It’s not just that these two children have lost their father; it’s that we don’t want it to happen to anyone else either.
If you have any questions about any kind of an injury case give us a call. We can help. Our toll free number is 800-332-1992 or email us at Check out our latest podcasts on iTunes for free or our YouTube Channel.

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Let me tell you about a client that we had that went for a routine visit to his dentist. During that visit he told the dentist he was concerned about a small growth that he had in his upper jaw. The dentist looked at it, decided to remove it, decided it was benign and the patient/ the client had nothing to worry about. A couple months later, that growth returned and our client was concerned that it might be cancer. He told the dentist that. The dentist basically said, “Don’t worry about it. We’ll remove it again. It’ll be okay.” Long story short, a couple more visits later the growth returned, and it was finally biopsied and determined to be cancer, Stage 4 mouth cancer. The moral of the story is, if you are concerned about something that is going on with you, your health, your body, be proactive. Tell your dentist, tell your doctor, to tell your provider that you’re concerned that something just does not feel right. Perhaps you will encourage your doctor to take that extra step that extra step they can save your life or at least prevent a serious injury. If you think you might have a malpractice case give us a call. We can help. Our toll free number is 800-332-1992 or email us at Check out our latest podcasts on iTunes for free.