Study Shows Preventable Medical Errors May Be More Common Than Previously Believed

October 30th, 2013 | Medical malpractice

October 30, 2013 Doctors have a legal responsibility to protect the health and safety of their patients; however each year, a large number of individuals receiving medical attention are injured or killed as the result of errors made by the staff overseeing their care. The Ohio Medical Malpractice Attorneys with the law firm of Nurenberg,… Read More

Equipment Failures Result In Large Number Of Surgical Errors

July 31st, 2013 | Medical malpractice

July 31, 2013 Each year, thousands of Americans are injured as the result of medical errors made by physicians and their staff. Many of these accidents lead to Medical Malpractice Claims being filed against the responsible parties, which can prove to be quite costly. Many are working to find ways to reduce the number of… Read More

Jaundice Can Be A Serious Risk For Birth Injury

January 23rd, 2013 | Personal injury

January 23, 2013 While the process of childbirth is often completed with no problems, complications can arise in certain situations that can leave an infant with Birth Injuries that can affect them the rest of their lives. An article from the American Liver Foundation recently highlighted one of these risks, known as jaundice. Jaundice is… Read More

Kidney For Organ Transplant Mistakenly Discarded as Medical Waste

September 28th, 2012 | Medical malpractice

September 28, 2012 Health officials in Ohio are investigating why a kidney that was to be used in an organ transplant was thrown away as medical waste. According to the Toledo Blade, the error occurred at the University of Toledo Medical Center on August 10. A report on the incident stated the kidney was removed from… Read More

Was Nurse Lay Off The Right Move?

September 23rd, 2011 | Personal injury

When a 9-year-old girl collapsed and died in a Dayton, Ohio, elementary school, parents began to wonder if the School Board’s decision to lay off one-third of it’s nursing staff two months prior to the incident was the right move. Read More