What Is the Statute of Limitations on an Ohio Medical Malpractice Claim

February 13th, 2015 | Medical malpractice

Doctors and medical professionals in the state of Ohio are legally and ethically bound to protect the health and safety of their patients. Any failure to do so can result in an Ohio medical malpractice claim being filed against the parties who are allegedly liable; however, many citizens find themselves asking, “How long do I… Read More

Ohio Supreme Court Makes Decision In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

May 8th, 2013 | Medical malpractice

May 8, 2013 The Ohio Supreme Court made a precedent setting decision late last month regarding how statements made by doctors can or cannot be used in an Ohio Medical Malpractice Lawsuit. Court documents show that now, a doctor’s comments cannot be used as evidence in court. The case stems from an incident that occurred… Read More

Ohio Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Settled For Almost $500,000

March 6th, 2013 | Medical malpractice

March 6, 2013 A settlement has been reached in the Ohio Medical Malpractice lawsuit filed by a Toledo, Ohio, man who was injured after staff at the University of Toledo Medical Center failed to treat bleeding occurring in his brain. According to a story from the Toledo Blade, the victim will receive approximately $500,000 in damages. Court documents… Read More

Ohio Man With Cerebral Palsy Spreads Message of Hope

July 27th, 2012 | Medical malpractice

July 26, 2012 A 25-year-old man, who suffered a Cleveland, Ohio Birth Injury known as cerebral palsy, is spreading a message of hope to others with his condition. “Don’t be embarrassed. Embrace your disability,” he told the Newbern Sun Journal. The Cleveland, Ohio, man has struggled with the condition his entire life. It has caused him to have… Read More

Cincinnati Hospital To Pay $1.8 Million For Ignoring Test Results

July 13th, 2012 | Medical malpractice

July 13, 2012 A Cincinnati, Ohio, hospital has been ordered to pay $1.8 million after it was discovered that a doctor at the facility was not properly evaluating test results. According to the Cincinnati News, this will be the second time in less than three years that Christ Hospital in Mount Auburn will be required to… Read More