Medical Malpractice

Doctors and nurses make mistakes. Most of them could have been prevented. Holding them accountable can help prevent these mistakes from happening in the future. Nobody should be financially disadvantaged as a result of physician, nursing or hospital mistakes.

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Medical Malpractice

Ohio medical malpractice law states that a doctor or other medical provider may be found liable where the conduct of the doctor or employees of the medical provider fell below the applicable standard of reasonable medical practice.

Medical Malpractice Approximately 225,000 people die in the United States because of medical malpractice

Birth Injuries

A birth injury occurs when a baby is hurt during birth. These injuries can be devasting. They have the ability to affect the rest of the baby's and their family's lives.

Birth Injuries Birth Injuries Can Be Permanent

Allergic Reactions/Medical Malpractice

Everyone knows somebody who suffers from an allergy. But did you know that each year roughly 50,000 people are admitted to Emergency Rooms across the United States because of allergic reactions?

Allergic Reactions As A Result Of Medical Malpractice Several hundred people die each year in the U.S. from the failure to properly diagnose and treat allergic reactions

Prescription Malpractice

Pharmacists and physicians typically work together to properly prescribe hundreds of thousands of medicines each day. These medications may come in the form of pills, topical applications or injectables to name a few.

Medication/Prescription Malpractice At least 1.5 million people per year are harmed by medications

Radiation Therapy/Radiation Overdose

Every year nearly one million Americans are told they need Radiation Therapy. Radiation Therapy is a form of cancer treatment that uses strong beams of energy to either kill cancer cells or retard their growth.

Radiation Therapy Malpractice/Radiation Overdose Tragic mistakes routinely expose patients to multiple times their expected Radiation Dosages

Shoulder Dystocia Injuries

The doctor said “shoulder dystocia”. What does it mean? Shoulder dystocia is used to describe a delivery, where after the delivery of the head, the shoulder of the infant cannot pass below the mother’s pubic symphysis (“pubic bone”).

Shoulder Dystocia Injuries Following shoulder dystocia deliveries, 20% of babies will suffer some sort of injury

Psychiatric Malpractice

Mental health professionals and mental health facilities have a duty to treat patients with dignity and respect by providing appropriate care and preventing patient harm.

Psychiatric Malpractice Psychiatric patients are particularly vulnerable