Medical Malpractice can simply be defined as negligence on the part of a healthcare provider as that term is defined under Florida’s statutory laws.
Pharmacy Negligence is a fast-growing body of law as pharmacies take on greater responsibility and a broader role in the delivery of healthcare services.
Negligent or intentional acts resulting in wrongful death or serious permanent injury.
Cranshaw Brown attorneys have a combined history of over 40 years defending physicians, hospitals, nurses and other healthcare providers in the courtroom. In 2019, Todd Cranshaw and Jason Brown transitioned their long-standing defense practice to the exclusive representation of individual consumers and patients who have been injured or died as a result of medical negligence or pharmacy malpractice.
Jason Brown graduated from New Smyrna High School prior to attending Florida State University. Mr. Brown graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1986 and returned to New Smyrna Beach where he taught in the local school system prior to attending l... Read More
Jason Brown graduated from New Smyrna High School prior to attending Florida State University. Mr. Brown graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1986 and returned to New Smyrna Beach where he taught in the local school system prior to attending law school.
Mr. Brown attended the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. Mr. Brown graduated from law school in 1992 and was admitted to both the Florida and Georgia Bar Associations that same year. Since graduating from law school, Mr. Brown has practiced personal injury and medical malpractice law representing both plaintiffs and defendants over the years.
Mr. Brown is a member in good standing with the Georgia Bar (inactive), the Florida Bar, and the Volusia County Bar Association. Mr. Brown served on the board of directors for the Volusia County Bar Association from 1997 to 2000. He served as treasurer of the Volusia County Bar Association from 2000 to 2001; president-elect in 2001 to 2002; and president in 2002 to 2003.
Mr. Brown’s practice is now limited to medical malpractice cases involving serious injury and pharmacy malpractice cases.
Todd Cranshaw has more than 30 years experience in civil trial litigation. Mr. Cranshaw attended Florida Atlantic University (BA 1985) and the St. Thomas University School of Law (JD with High Honors 1988). While at St. Thomas, Mr. Cranshaw authored the inaugural law review artic... Read More
Todd Cranshaw has more than 30 years experience in civil trial litigation. Mr. Cranshaw attended Florida Atlantic University (BA 1985) and the St. Thomas University School of Law (JD with High Honors 1988). While at St. Thomas, Mr. Cranshaw authored the inaugural law review article in the St. Thomas Law Forum: “A Test for Freedom: The Cuban Missile Crisis Revisited.” Vol. 1 No. 1;served as President of the Student Bar Association; and was ranked third overall in his graduating class.
Mr. Cranshaw began his legal career in 1988 handling primarily medical negligence defense cases with the Orlando firm of Taraska, Grower, Unger and Ketchum, PA. In 1991, Mr. Cranshaw relocated his practice to Daytona Beach where he worked as a medical malpractice defense attorney with the firm, Smith, Schoder, Rouse and Bouck before eventually starting his own firm.
Over the years, Mr. Cranshaw has represented healthcare professionals and entities in the state trial court system and before administrative agency action tribunals. Mr. Cranshaw has tried many malpractice cases to verdict in the Circuit Courts throughout central and northeast Florida and has successfully appeared and argued before the Florida Supreme Court. Mr. Cranshaw is a member of the Florida Bar and the Volusia County Bar Associations. He is the former Chair of the Volusia County Bar Association Medical/Legal Liaison Committee and a former member of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association, and Central Florida Medical Malpractice Claims Council.
Mr. Cranshaw is licensed to practice in all courts of this state as well as the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, and the United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal.
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