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Can a doctor treat a child without parental consent?

Medical malpractice lawsuits often deal with situations including birth injuries, surgical or treatment errors, failure to diagnose an illness or mistakes in prescriptions. It may be that parents wonder if Florida has laws covering emergency situations where a child needs treatment, and a parent's consent isn't available. What happens if something goes wrong in that situation?

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