Kelley/Uustal is pleased to announce the addition of medical malpractice
Bonnie Navin, to our legal team. Bonnie Navin joins our firm after an already impressive
career in risk management and managed health care throughout Southern
Florida. After attending Nova Southeastern University, Shepherd Broad
Law Center, she graduated as the Dean’s student of the year and
was the founder of the Law School Advisors Program. Her extensive background
in healthcare and risk management makes her a powerful advocate for patients
and their families.
Bonnie Navin has tried numerous complex
medical malpractice cases involving intricate medical issues. She believes in providing patients
and their families with a strong voice during their most difficult time.
Doctors, nurses, medical institutions, and medical manufacturing corporations
have a responsibility to their patients to deliver a high level of care
and to provide a reasonable level of safety. When they fail to do so,
through negligence or corrupt practices, they can—and should—be
held legally responsible.
In addition to Florida medical malpractice law, Bonnie Navin is experienced
in equine law and has represented numerous trainers, agents, judges, veterinarians,
buyers, and sellers who are involved in complex equine legal disputes.
Ms. Navin’s vast background as a competitive equine participant
and judge for over 20 years, has made her a highly sought after commodity
among the Nation’s most prominent horse trainers, owners, boarding
stables, veterinarians, and agents.
At Kelley/Uustal, we understand that patients often feel powerless against
the huge insurance companies and medical institutions. That’s why
we are committed to fighting for those patients and their families and
holding negligent medical corporations, physicians, and medical personnel
responsible for their lapses in judgment. With the addition of Bonnie
Navin to our legal team, the attorneys at Kelley/Uustal continue to be
proactive and passionate legal advocates for patients and their families
who are involved in complex medical malpractice lawsuits.