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We trust doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals in Ohio with our health. Sadly, these medical professionals do not always offer the highest quality of care, and sometimes cause harm rather than help their patients. When a patient sustains an injury because of a medical professional’s negligence, they can pursue a medical malpractice claim. It. can sometimes be difficult to determine what constitutes medical malpractice in Ohio, but at KNR, our legal team knows what to look for and how to help.
If you or a loved one suspect that a medical professional has harmed you, reach out to our experienced Ohio medical malpractice lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick. Call us at 1-800-HURT-NOW today to learn about your rights and legal options.
There are various instances of how medical malpractice may occur in Ohio. The most common examples include:
Ohio law states that a medical malpractice claim must be filed within one year from the date a patient discovers the injury or the last date of treatment with their negligent medical professionals.
However, if you have an instrument left in your abdomen after surgery, the one-year time frame becomes effective on the day you find out it was not removed. Since there are a few exceptions to the time limit and medical malpractice can be difficult to prove, it is important to contact a medical malpractice lawyer right away.
While some mistakes are not the fault of a medical professional, others are the direct result of negligence. At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we have represented many clients who have been hurt by a medical professional’s negligent behavior.
You can count on us to perform medical research and collect the opinions of medical experts to determine whether a medical malpractice claim is right for you. You may be eligible to file a claim and recover compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. We can help prove that a medical professional deviated from the acceptable level of medical care that they owed to you or your loved one by demonstrating the following elements:
If you or a loved one believe you may have suffered at the hands of a medical professional, contact an Ohio medical malpractice lawyer today. With offices all around Ohio, including Akron, Canton, Cincinnati Columbus, and Cleveland, we are more than prepared to handle your medical malpractice case. In a free, no-obligation consultation, KNR attorneys can inform you of whether you may be eligible to file a claim and collect compensation for your damages.
Call us at 1-800-HURT-NOW today or contact us online.