Palmer Lopez


522 Oakfield Drive
Brandon, Florida 33511

(813) 544-7048

Palmer Lopez Overview

The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. is a plaintiff’s personal injury and medical malpractice firm located in Tampa, St. Petersburg & Brandon, Florida. The firm deals with cases related to medication and pharmacy errors, anesthesia and surgical errors, birth injuries, diagnostic errors, emergency room errors, wrongful death, and many other types of medical malpractice. Practice areas also include vehicle accidents, premises liability, catastrophic injuries, and bad faith insurance practices.

Martin Palmer has been practicing law for nearly 20 years and, together, the legal team has more than 30 combined years of legal experience. Between them, the attorneys have represented hundreds of families and individuals in cases involving serious or catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. They assist clients who have suffered serious injuries through the negligence, incompetence or misconduct of doctors, hospitals, nurses, dentists, HMOs, and other liable parties.

The Palmer Law Firm is devoted to helping clients recover a full and fair amount of compensation for their injuries. With compassion, the legal team offers highly skilled and knowledgeable counsel and advocacy in pursuing clients’ rights and best interests.

Palmer Lopez Areas of Law


Additional Areas of Law: Military Medical Malpractice; Military Medical Misdiagnosis; Anesthesia Error; Medication Error; Nursing Malpractice; Surgical Error; Cerebral Palsy; Dental Malpractice; Emergency Room Error; HMO Malpractice; Pharmacy Malpractice; Cosmetic Surgery Injury; Diagnostic Error; Hospital Malpractice; Distracted Driving Accident; Drunk Driving Accident; Speeding Accidents; Reckless Driving Accidents; Negligent Nursing Care; Federal Torts Claims Act; Military Claims Act.

Palmer Lopez Areas of Law Description

When you have been harmed by the negligence or wrongful conduct of another, it is only fair that the responsible party be held accountable to you for the harm they have caused. In our American system of justice, negligent actors are held accountable through civil lawsuits that require them to pay for an injured party’s medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other legal damages as appropriate, such as a permanent disability or decreased quality of life. The burden of holding the negligent party responsible lies with the injured victim, who must be able to prove that the other party’s negligence caused their injuries.

Nowhere is this principle of justice more true than in the case of medical malpractice, when people with serious medical issues have sought help from professionals they thought they could trust, only to be further harmed through the negligence or incompetence of a doctor or hospital. Contact our experienced Tampa medical malpractice lawyers today for assistance or more information.


Palmer Lopez Affiliations

  • Florida Bar
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association