Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Alleges Propofol Overdose Killed 74-Year-Old Ohio Woman

A medical malpractice case may involve multiple defendants. Indeed, when a negligent act leads to the death of a patient, the treating physicians, medical staff,[…]

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Mount Carmel, Ex-ICU Doctor Face Dozens of Wrongful Death Lawsuits Over Fentanyl Abuse

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced the “third wave of the nation’s opioid epidemic” has begun. While the first wave revolved around[…]

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Ohio Judge Proves Too Quick to Dismiss Medical Malpractice Case

Judges are human beings like the rest of us. Sometimes they make mistakes when judging a case. But when it’s your case, such mistakes can[…]

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The Difference Between a Wrongful Death Claim and a Medical Malpractice Claim

What’s the Difference? – Wrongful Death vs. Medical Malpractice It can be difficult to understand the differences between a medical malpractice claim and a wrongful[…]

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Legal Fallout from Durrani Medical Malpractice Scandal Continues

Cleveland families place their trust in doctors on a daily basis. When a doctor recommends surgery, for example, we trust that the procedure is medically[…]

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Ohio Appeals Court Reinstates Ex-Prisoner’s Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Some of the most vulnerable patients to acts of medical malpractice are individuals who are presently incarcerated. Ohio prisons are legally obligated to provide medical[…]

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How Do I Choose the Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

How to Pick the Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Ohio One of the most common questions we get is, “How do I know how to[…]

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Mount Carmel Doctor Administers Fatal Drug Doses to Patients

Mount Carmel Doctor Administers Potentially Fatal Drug Doses to Thirty-Four Patients According to the Columbus Dispatch, Dr. William Husel of Mount Carmel Hospital in Columbus,[…]

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Is Your Hospital Safe?

LOW VOLUME HOSPITALS PROVE MORE DANGEROUS Some may think choosing a hospital is an easy task. Many people choose the closest hospital to their home[…]

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When Is a Healthcare Provider Liable for Inflicting “Emotional Distress” on a Patient?

We often talk about medical malpractice in terms of the physical injuries sustained by the victim. But more often than not, it is the emotional[…]

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