Experienced Ohio Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Doctors and other medical professionals must exercise reasonable care. Even highly skilled medical professionals sometime make mistakes. Birth injuries, surgical mistakes and failure to diagnose cancer can be devastating to patients and their families.
It is important to consult an experienced attorney as soon as possible about suspected medical malpractice. Within the first week, evidence can be lost and witnesses may forget important details. Also, strict time limits apply to these claims.
Medical malpractice cases are complex and expensive. They require familiarity with medicine, hospital policies, medical procedures, and expert witnesses. Our attorneys have the skill and experience to effectively prepare even the most complex medical malpractice case.
Do I have a medical malpractice case?
A poor medical outcome does not mean that a medical professional committed malpractice. Medical procedures have risks that cannot be eliminated even with the best medical care. For that reason, we carefully review medical records and consult with top experts before accepting a medical malpractice case.
We accept a case only when we are confident that the patient suffered a serious injury caused by sub-standard care. We will aggressively build the best possible case to hold medical professionals accountable for their negligent actions.
Contact A Columbus Medical Malpractice Lawyer For A Free ConsultationFor more information about protecting your legal rights, contact our law firm. If you are unable to travel to our Columbus, Ohio office, we will meet you where convenient. There is no charge for an initial consultation.
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