Where to turn for medical malpractice legal help in Ohio
A patient who entrusts himself or herself to the medical care of professionals has the right to reasonably assume that staff members will conduct themselves according to the highest levels or professionalism and safety standards and regulations. In Ohio, some medical patients have suffered injury or illness, however, due to substandard medical care. In some cases, there are grounds for filing medical malpractice lawsuits in civil court. It is good to know where to turn for help if you have suffered a similar medical incident.
The Skolnick Weiser Law Firm is dedicated to helping Ohio clients who have been injured or made ill due to hospital negligence, doctor error or other issues of medical malpractice. We are prepared to evaluate your individual case and launch a thorough investigation into the matter in order to help you identify all possible sources of liability in your situation. We can assist you in throughout the entire process of filing a legal claim and litigating your case in court.
In our experience in helping clients in all types of medical malpractice cases, we have been successful in obtaining positive case outcomes, including a verdict that exceeded $8 million. Medical institutions and insurance companies are rigorous in their attempt to minimize a patients compensation or to avoid a medical malpractice case, altogether. Our team is able to enlist the help of experts and witnesses who can testify to the applicable standards of care and validate the cause of your injury or illness.
Every year, Ohio medical patients suffer injury from surgical errors, a doctor’s failure to properly diagnose a condition, medication mistakes and other negligent actions. Skolnick & Weiser provides compassionate service and sound legal counsel to help you obtain the compensation you deserve for the suffering you have endured. You can call our office or use our online contact form to schedule an appointment if you are considering filing a medical malpractice claim in your case.