Can I sue my doctor for leaving something in my body during surgery?

In Florida, in a malpractice case, the plaintiff has to prove to a preponderance, or a greater weight of the evidence, that the target defendant physician was negligent, and that that negligence caused injury. However, in Florida, there is a separate and distinct statute, basically saying that if a surgical object is left in the body, that is evidence of negligence, so then there’s a presumption, and it makes sense, it’s common sense if they close a person up and there’s a clamp, or a sponge left in the body, then by statute there’s a presumption in Florida that the captain of the ship, the surgeon, was negligent and the case can then move forward at that point in time.