Medical malpractice is a broad term. It can refer to negligence, the inability of a doctor
to properly care for a patient, patient abandonment or failure to treat
a patient; it can also refer to a blatant mistake in diagnosis, care,
or treatment.

From expensive medical bills to lost wages, the cost of these mistakes
is endless. Filing a claim allows patients to recoup these costs.

Medical malpractice claims typically stem from one of the following reasons:

Ohio’s statute of limitations only allows one year to file a medical
malpractice claim. When that window of time closes, you will no longer
be able to file a lawsuit against the doctor that injured you.

If you have questions about a potential claim,
contact our Cleveland office today for a free consultation.