Ohio Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Are you suffering due to negligent medical care?

If your condition worsened or suffered because your doctor made a mistake or failed to care for you as well as they should have, call an Ohio medical malpractice lawyer at Kademenos, Wisehart, Hines, Dolyk & Wright Co. LPA. Our medical malpractice attorneys have decades of experience analyzing and litigating medical negligence claims. We fight to hold negligent doctors and dentists accountable and recover fair compensation for our clients.


What is Medical Malpractice?

Doctors are required by law to use the same skill, care, and diligence another physician would under the same or similar circumstances.

However, side effects and other negative consequences do not fall under this standard of a medical malpractice claim. These are possible even from appropriate medical care. You must establish that your injury or condition resulted from a medical provider not adhering to their professional duty of care. If you are unsure, our Ohio medical malpractice lawyers can help.

Elements of Ohio Medical Malpractice Claims

To win compensation during a medical malpractice claim, you must prove:

  • The medical provider owed you a duty of care: You must establish the doctor-patient relationship.
  • The standard of care: The physician should have used the same ordinary skill, care, and diligence as another member of their profession would have under the circumstances.
  • The medical provider breached that standard: The evidence must show that the physician failed to do something they should have or did something they should not have.
    The medical provider’s conduct caused you harm: You have suffered an injury for which you can be compensated.

We are highly experienced in establishing medical malpractice claims in Ohio, enabling us to pursue significant settlements and jury awards.

Common Medical Malpractice Claims

At Kademenos, Wisehart, Hines, Dolyk & Wright Co. LPA, we work closely with medical negligence victims to pursue their rightful claims against the physician, medical providers, or facilities responsible for their injuries. Our medical malpractice lawyers have handled all types of medical negligence claims, including:

  • Birth Injuries
  • Misdiagnosis/Delayed Diagnosis
  • Failure to Treat
  • Surgical Errors
  • Anesthesia Errors
  • Medication/Prescription Errors
  • Pharmaceutical Errors
  • Hospital-Acquired Infections
  • Defective Medical Devices
  • Wrongful Death

Ohio Medical Malpractice Compensation

The amount of compensation you can expect in a medical malpractice claim depends on the unique circumstances and factors such as insurance policy limits, damage caps, and prior injuries.

Ohio limits compensation for non-economic damages in a medical malpractice case. This includes your pain and suffering. Non-economic damages are limited to whichever is greater: $250,000 or three times the amount of economic damages, up to $350,000 for each plaintiff or $500,000 for each occurrence.

However, if medical negligence caused a permanent and substantial deformity, loss of the use of a limb, loss of the use of an organ or system, or a permanent physical functional injury that prevents you from taking care of yourself, then the damage cap is raised to $500,000 per plaintiff and $1 million per occurrence.

We will work very closely with you, medical experts, vocational experts, and economic experts to determine the value of your damages. We will not overlook any physical, emotional, and financial harm you have suffered or will continue to suffer in the future.

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Depending on the facts of your case, you may be able to recover compensation for:

  • Medical CostsMedical Costs
  • Lost WagesLost Wages
  • Pain and SufferingPain and Suffering
  • Loss of ConsortiumLoss of Consortium
  • DisfigurementDisfigurement
  • Punitive DamagesPunitive Damages

Why You Need An Experienced

No one should have to suffer from poor medical care. You may not be sure of what to do or who to turn to. But these medical mistakes happen way too often and negligent medical professionals should be held accountable. Ohio has a one year statute of limitations in medical malpractice cases, so you should have you situation reviewed as soon as possible.

The attorneys at Kademenos, Wisehart, Hines, Dolyk & Wright Co. LPA are highly experienced in medical malpractice cases and are ready to help. We will listen to what happened, explain your options, and walk you through how to recover all the compensation you deserve. Contact us at (419) 871-9017 today or online to schedule your free, zero-risk case evaluation.