Wrongful Death Caused by Medical Malpractice
Our Columbus Ohio injury lawyers have experience in cases involving wrongful death caused by medical malpractice
The death of a loved one due to medical negligence is emotionally heartbreaking. But families quickly find out that there are additional legal and financial concerns that need to be addressed after losing a loved one.
At Clark Perdue, we can help you deal with the insurance claims, medical bills and investigators that you may feel too overwhelmed to deal with yourself. We handle the details so you can focus on your family. Contact our law office today to schedule an initial consultation. Call 614-469-1400 or toll free at 800-647-7003.
Working With An Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorney
If you have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice, the attorneys at our firm can help you explore your legal options. You may be entitled to significant compensation for funeral and burial expenses, hospital and medical expenses; loss of companionship, care, advice, guidance and counsel caused by the death of a loved one; and mental anguish.
We represent the families of those who died due to medical negligence, including:
- Anesthesia errors and failures
- Hospital emergency room and urgent care center negligence
- Surgical mistakes
- Heart attack misdiagnosis
- Stroke misdiagnosis
- Birth injuries
We can help your family get the closure you need to move on with your lives after losing a loved one. The emotional trauma of wrongful death will indeed change the lives of family members forever. Our firm understands this, and we are here to help you through the legal and emotional hurdles you face. We can help you obtain appropriate counseling, if necessary.
Find out more about wrongful death law in Ohio.
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If negligent medical care caused the death of a loved one, contact our law office.
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