Scott S. Liberman

<strong>Scott S. Liberman</strong>
Scott Liberman

After graduating from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 1989, Scott S. Liberman specialized in insurance defense and eminent domain. Shortly thereafter, he applied his pre-med background to the practice of law, concentrating exclusively in medical malpractice for close to 30 years, garnering hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients. Liberman is AV Preeminent Peer Rated by Martindale Hubbell, has been recognized as one of the “Top 100 Lawyers” by Florida Super Lawyers for 10 consecutive years, and is consistently named to the Best Lawyers in America’s prestigious list. Additionally, he has handled medical malpractice cases throughout the state of Florida and in Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Georgia, and Colorado.

Education: University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 1989

Admissions: The Florida Bar; U.S. District Court for Southern District of Florida; U.S. District Court for Middle District of Florida

Associations: Florida Justice Association; Broward County Bar Association; Miami Dade Bar Association

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accolades

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Our recent
case results

$1,900,000
Medical malpractice

Negligence during childbirth that led to brachial plexus injury and permanent nerve damage
$5,000,000
Medical malpractice

Failing to timely recognize and treat sepsis following transvaginal mesh repair resulting in limb loss
$2,350,000
Medical malpractice

Negligence in the treatment of a pilon fracture which ultimately required a below the knee amputation
$7,000,000
Medical malpractice

Negligence in surgery and post operative care leading to death
$8,750,000
Medical malpractice

Negligence in delivery of a child resulting in death of mother
$5,300,000
Personal injury

Resident bit by water moccasin in Silver Shores Housing Development resulting in below the knee amputation
$1,050,000
Personal injury

Permanent aggravation of preexisting rosacea as a result of MedSpa treatment
$1,090,000
Medical malpractice

Failure to treat bowel obstruction which lead to sepsis and death
$5,000,000
Medical malpractice

Negligence in performance of surgery of newborn resulting in death
$1,100,000
Medical malpractice

Multiple physicians failed to diagnose esophageal tumor leading to death
$1,400,000
Medical malpractice

IV infiltration resulting in compartment syndrome
$4,500,000
Medical malpractice

Misdiagnosis of cervical CT resulting in paralysis
$1,250,000
Medical malpractice

Failure to properly treat esophageal diverticulum resulting in esophagectomy
$3,500,000
Medical malpractice

Failure to timely treat sepsis leading to amputation of all fingers and toes
$2,160,000
Medical malpractice

Failure to treat aortic dissection resulting in death
$3,125,000
Medical malpractice

Failure to treat aortic dissection resulting in death
$1,600,000
Medical malpractice

Plaintiff died TWO hours after discharge from hospital
$1,000,000
Medical malpractice

Failure to timely treat leg fracture resulting in compartment Syndrome
$1,540,000
Medical malpractice

Bowel perforation during abdominal surgery
$3,900,000
Medical malpractice

Plaintiff suffered partial paralysis of lower extremities
$2,450,000
Medical malpractice

Patient died from complications after surgery
$3,431,333
Medical malpractice

Failure to communicate abnormal blood results leading to death of patient

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