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How Patients May Be Able to Avoid Medical Malpractice Injuries

Patients are not responsible for preventing medical mistakes, and they can hold healthcare providers responsible for medical errors when those errors result in injuries by filing an Ohio medical malpractice claim. At the same time, however, it is certainly better to avoid a serious injury when you visit a doctor’s office or check into the...Continue reading

Amputation / Loss of Limb Accidents

Amputations occur when all or part of a person’s limb or digit is either fully or partially removed. Current statistics compiled by WebMD reveal that approximately 1.8 million people in the United States have had amputations. The most common type of amputation involves a person’s leg. Recovering from an amputation is a painful process that...Continue reading

Ohio Damage Caps Reducing the Number of Medical Malpractice Claims at the Expense of Injured Victims

Monetary limits, called damage caps, have been placed on medical malpractice claims preventing injured victims from receiving the compensation they need and deserve. Medical malpractice laws have been in place for hundreds of years to protect injured victims from negligent healthcare professionals. Those injured as the result of medical malpractice suffer life-long consequences, so why shouldn’t...Continue reading

What is a Never Event?

The term “never event,” was coined in 2001 and is used to describe particularly shocking medical mistakes These mistakes, just as they are described, should NEVER happen. They are mistakes that are so reckless and dangerous that even the smallest likelihood of their possibility is unacceptable. It is estimated that “never events” occur as many as...Continue reading

Medical Malpractice: How Expert Witnesses Help Me Fight for You

Medical malpractice and birth injury lawsuits are incredibly complex. If you or someone you love was made the victim of a medical mistake, it is important to find an attorney who has experience in the area of medical malpractice and medical negligence. Just as important as it is to find a lawyer with experience, it...Continue reading

Ohio Lawmakers Propose Law to Shield Doctors from Admitting Medical Malpractice in Court

Imagine finding out you or your loved one was injured, or even killed, as the result of a medical mistake. What if your doctor told you it was his fault? Ohio is proposing a new law that would prevent victims of medical malpractice from using doctors’ admissions of fault against them in court. As a...Continue reading

Medical Malpractice Settlement Reached by Family of Ebola Patient

A man named Thomas Duncan returned home to the United States after traveling to West Africa; however, he didn’t travel alone. Before leaving Africa he acquired Ebola, a rare and often deadly disease. After developing symptoms, Duncan was admitted to a Texas hospital, where he eventually died from the virus. Duncan’s death caused quite a...Continue reading

Medical Malpractice is No ‘Joke’ – Joan Rivers is the Latest Victim

I watched CBS This Morning earlier today, and the hot topic discussed by Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Nora O’Donnell was the Joan Rivers medical malpractice case brought by Melissa Rivers on behalf of her late mother. As you may recall, Joan Rivers, went to Yorkville Endoscopy Clinic in Manhattan on August 28, 2014 for...Continue reading

Medical Malpractice: Failure to Diagnose Prenatal Infections

Through nine months of pregnancy, a woman has to trust that her obstetrician will monitor her and her unborn child competently and safely. Prenatal care includes a wide range of treatment. One important task an obstetrician has, is monitoring her patient for infections.  Infection is a very dangerous complication of pregnancy and birth and if...Continue reading

Pregnancy: Dangerous Symptoms You Can’t Ignore

During pregnancy your body will go through many changes, and as your pregnancy progresses, so too will the changes. The difficulty is knowing what changes are considered normal, and what changes are not. Questionable changes should always be addressed with your doctor. It is always better to be cautious, but you don’t want to cause...Continue reading
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