Ohio Medical Malpractice
- Errors During Surgery
Surgical mistakes are one of the most common causes of Ohio medical malpractice claims and lawsuits. When something is mistakenly cut, nicked, or severed during surgery, the complications can be devastating. Many of these injuries are preventable with technology and attention to detail in a "system" where volume often competes with patient safety.
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Eight Reasons Why Most Ohio Malpractice Victims Never Recover Anything
Between 50-100,000 people each year die in hospitals as a result of medical malpractice. You're more likely to die due to malpractice than on our nation's highways. Yet, malpractice cases, including Ohio malpractice cases, can be both difficult and expensive to win. Find out why in this free report.
(Hint: some of the reasons malpractice claims are lost are within your control, but only if you know some of the pitfalls and minefields...)
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Nine Tips to Keep You & Your Family Safe When Dealing With Doctors & Hospitals
As Ohio malpractice attorneys, we are often asked "coffee table" questions by clients, friends, or neighbors, such as "I'm having surgery next week--is there anything I should know about?"
The short answer: Yes. For example, it might not be a good idea to have surgery on a Friday. This free report will explain why. These and other patient safety tips did not come from the latest "study" or textbook. They came from actual malpractice cases we've handled. In the end, it's our view that the best way to avoid a malpractice claim is to avoid malpractice--or at least gain some inside knowledge that will increase your odds of making your next medical encounter a safer one.
Information from Ohio personal injury attorneys that focuses on patient safety and avoiding the legal system--now there's a novel idea!