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Medical Malpractice in Columbus, Ohio

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, medical negligence is the 3rd most common cause of death in the U.S. With all the hospitals and medical facilities around Columbus, examples of medical negligence are very common.

If you or a loved one were harmed by medical malpractice in Columbus, we know it is scary, but you can hold the responsible parties accountable and recover compensation for your losses.

The best way to learn about your rights and what to expect from a medical malpractice claim is to speak with an experienced and compassionate medical malpractice attorney in Columbus. At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we know what you’re going through and how to help.

Call KNR at (614) 487-8669 for a free, no-obligation consultation with a Columbus medical malpractice lawyer.

At KNR, we ask, ‘what can we do?’ so you move on with more.

We Hold Negligent Medical Professionals Accountable

Medical malpractice is any inadequate medical care that leads to harm, injury, or death. This type of professional negligence may also occur when a professional does nothing in a situation where action would be standard practice.

Let us hear what happened and help hold the right doctor, nurse, or healthcare professional accountable for the harm their medical negligence caused.

Types of Medical Malpractice

Our medical negligence lawyers represent injury victims and families whose medical provider has breached the standard of care. At KNR, we help people dealing with:

Misdiagnosis

When a person is taken to a hospital, they may receive the wrong diagnosis by a physician. This can lead to improper care which, in turn, can result in the health issue worsening or being left unresolved.

Medication Errors

Of the thousands of medications on the market, each one has a specific effect on the body. Prescribing the wrong medication can damage your health, especially if you are already receiving other treatments. Errors made by pharmacists can include giving patients the wrong medication or dosage as well as failing to check for interactions.

Surgery Mistakes

Surgeries are often necessary, life-saving measures. However, when things go wrong, the results can be devastating. Whether it involves internal damage by a surgeon, an anesthesia mistake or bacteria from dirty surgical tools, a surgical error can be life-altering.

Pregnancy & Birth Injuries

An infant is most vulnerable when it’s in the womb. This is when the brain, heart, and other major systems are developing. Even the wrong medication can lead to serious complications. During childbirth, errors can also cause problems that gravely affect both mother and child.

Medical Negligence in Columbus: Legal Liability

Medical professionals and facilities have a high duty when it comes to treating patients. Medical staff must care for people to conform to a reasonable standard. This means how other qualified medical practitioners would manage your care under similar circumstances. When a medical professional fails to provide this level of care, malpractice can result.

Medical malpractice can stem from:

  • Doctors
  • Surgeons
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Optometrists
  • Dentists
  • Gynecologists
  • Obstetricians
  • Pharmacists
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes
  • Assisted living facilities

It’s a widely accepted standard for surgeons and surgical staff to account for all the equipment and tools used during an operation. If someone neglects this responsibility, a foreign object can end up inside a patient.

Malpractice can also happen if the hospital or surgical center where your operation took place recklessly rushed procedures or lacked safety policies.

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Medical Malpractice Claims & Compensation

In Ohio, anyone who is a victim of medical malpractice has the right to file a medical malpractice claim or lawsuit. The goal is to obtain compensation for the losses that arose because of an injury.

When taking your case to court, the first step is proving that medical malpractice took place. Once this has been established, you are required to prove that the injury was a direct result of the malpractice.

Initiating this type of legal action on your own can be difficult. With the help of our dedicated legal team at KNR, however, all you will have to worry about is your recovery. We will handle all the legal aspects of your case.

At KNR, we ask, ‘what can we do?’ so you move on with more.

What Can You Recover in a Medical Negligence Claim?

Possible losses in a medical malpractice case include, but are not limited to:

  • Medical expenses
  • Physical limitations
  • Lost income
  • Loss of consortium, or loss of personal relationships
  • Disfigurement
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish

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Medical Malpractice Time Limits

In Ohio, there is a statute of limitations that restricts the time in which you can make a legal claim for compensation for your injuries. All medical malpractice claims must be filed within one year or they may be dismissed in court.

There are exceptions for children and when you may not have known you were injured. Due to the strict time limitations, our medical malpractice attorneys will quickly act to start building your case for compensation.

Can You File a Medical Malpractice Claim if You Signed a Waiver?

In most cases, yes you can still pursue a malpractice claim or file a lawsuit for negligence if you signed a waiver.

Why You Need Medical Malpractice Lawyer

It’s important to act fast if you suspect medical malpractice. In Ohio, the statute of limitations on filing a medical malpractice lawsuit is one year.

To give your case the best possible chance, your attorneys need time to prepare your case. This includes an independent investigation, reviewing your medical records with our own experts, and taking depositions from those allegedly at fault.

Ohio also requires an Affidavit of Merit, which comes from an outside medical expert and supports that a medical standard breach resulted in your injuries. This can take some time, so the sooner you start, the better.

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KNR’s Columbus Medical Malpractice Lawyers Can Help

Not every bad medical result or side-effect means someone was negligent. At KNR, we have years of experience in medical malpractice cases and know what to look for. Let our medical malpractice attorneys assess your situation and clearly explain your legal options.

Some of the things we look for include:

  • Did a doctor refer you to an appropriate specialist?
  • Did medical professionals recognize conditions that could result in injury?
  • Were necessary and standard lab tests ordered?
  • Were you or a loved one properly monitored?

If we find evidence that medical negligence caused or worsened your condition, we will aggressively pursue all the compensation you are entitled to under the law. We will put you in touch with the medical experts you need, gather evidence, and push for an outcome that gives you the best possible chance at moving on with your life, whether it’s a negotiated medical malpractice settlement or jury award.

At KNR, we ask, ‘what can we do?’ so you move on with more.

Our Columbus Med Mal Attorneys Will

  • Answer your questions and concerns
  • Keep you updated during all stages of the process
  • Obtain medical and financial records about the extent of your losses
  • Identify the responsible medical professional
  • Determine the fair and full value of your damages
  • Negotiate for maximum compensation
  • Fight for everything you deserve in court if necessary