Medical Malpractice Laywers
Medical malpractice is defined as an injury to or death of a patient as a result of negligence by a doctor, health care professional, or health care facility. This may be caused by errors in health management, diagnosis, treatment, or follow-up care. Your medical malpractice claim should meet the following circumstances:
- You believe the standard of care was not met;
- You believe negligence was the direct cause of injury or death; and
- You believe injury or harm resulted in considerable damages.
At KG Injury Law, our medical malpractice attorneys will work tirelessly to improve your recovery of damages and want you to feel comfortable throughout the process. Our team of medical negligence lawyers have worked thousands of personal injury and wrongful death cases in Ohio.
Our Work as a Medical Malpractice Firm
Medical malpractice cases can be costly and require a lot of documents and careful collection and presentation of evidence. For these reasons, it is important to work with an attorney who can help resolve any issues you have encountered involving medical malpractice.
As a medical malpractice firm, KG Injury Law has teams of attorneys with years of experience in this area of law.
Our strategy is tailored to your situation as we analyze all of the relevant facts and details to build a winning case. We understand that the circumstances of each case are different. Our range and depth of research allow us to develop an intimate and deep understanding of your case. In doing so, we can present a convincing account of how medical negligence has affected your life.
We make sure that our clients are the highest priority through compassion, commitment, and communication. Our medical neglect attorneys have won million dollar settlements and jury awards for personal injury and wrongful death. We work to keep negligent parties accountable for your hardships while taking your future needs into account.
Wrongful Death Attorneys
At KG Injury Law, the personal injury attorneys of Keis George LLP, we work wrongful death cases associated with medical malpractice. Wrongful death, due to medical malpractice, occurs when a healthcare provider is negligent and/or careless or commits a wrongful act, which leads to the death of the patient. Examples of healthcare providers include but are not limited to doctors, nurses, surgeons, midwives, hospital staff, and/or pharmacists.
Types of Wrongful Death Resulting From Medical Malpractice
Unfortunately, there are many examples of wrongful death that may result from medical malpractice. Among these are the following:
- Birth injuries
- Defective medical devices
- Emergency room errors
- Medication errors
- Misdiagnosis and failure to diagnose or delayed treatment
- Nursing home abuse or negligence by healthcare providers
- Surgical errors
If you or your family has experienced medical malpractice or wrongful death, the highly experienced attorneys at our firm will help you strive for justice.
Medical Malpractice Damages
Damages resulting from wrongful death may include funeral expenses; loss of financial support; pain and suffering; and loss of companionship, comfort, and love. We at KG Injury Law are intimately aware of these painful consequences. For that reason, our medical injury lawyers take the time to focus on client relationships as a foundation for a solid case. We invest in experts, and our persistence shows in the positive outcomes we provide for families and individuals dealing with the consequences of an injury, accident, or death.
It is important to note that there are some limitations concerning wrongful death cases.
Depending on the state you are living in, a statute of limitations may exist that could prevent any legal action two years beyond the date of the death. Once this period has passed, it may not be possible to take any legal action. Still, we will explore all paths for you and discuss your options.
Additionally, depending on each individual’s situation, there may be financial limits to what strategies you can pursue. These limitations will specifically relate to the type of damages sought, the type of lawsuit, and the relevant state law.
Notes on Wrongful Death Cases
As a subset of medical malpractice cases, there are some clear differences between general medical malpractice claims and wrongful death claims. Please keep the following in mind in terms of wrongful death claims:
- In general, the person who files a wrongful death claim is the closest relative of the person who passed (i.e., spouse, parent, or child).
- In the scenario that the next of kin cannot be identified, the executor of the passed person’s estate may file a claim.
Medical Neglect Attorneys that Bring Results
We are known for our ability to effectively litigate medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. You can rely on our team of attorneys to thoroughly research and defend your case through a client-oriented approach. Our positive results are evidence of our ability to fight on your behalf.