Medical malpractice affects hundreds of thousands of patients and families every year. If that sounds like a lot, that’s because it is. Despite all of the advances in medical science and technology, a few key factors continue to cause significant risks to patients.
With so many instances of medical malpractice, medical lawsuits remain a significant portion of Ohio civil lawsuits. As one of Ohio’s leading medical injury law firms, Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA represents numerous clients and families injured by medical or surgical malpractice.
Medical malpractice clients typically ask a similar set of questions regarding medical malpractice claims. For that reason, the following article offers a high-level overview of medical malpractice claims under Ohio law. But remember: because every case is different, any suspicion of medical malpractice should be brought to the attention of a qualified attorney.
If you suspect you or a family member were injured by medical malpractice, call or email Lowe Eklund’s lawyers for a free consultation regarding your claims. Otherwise, read on below to learn about the basics of Ohio medical malpractice law.