Holding Medical Practitioners Accountable When Accidents Occur
Common Forms Of Negligence In Ohio Hospitals
Medical mistakes can range from minor to life-threatening and, despite regulations in place, they continue to happen at an alarming rate in hospitals and health care facilities all over Ohio. There are often unanswered questions as to how the tragedy of medical malpractice happened to you or someone you love.
At Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas, we are here to help you find answers, identify responsible parties and hold them accountable through financial compensation. We have decades of experience both in the legal and medical fields, which gives us the ability to quickly identify and handle a range of medical mistakes and their associated injuries:
- Surgical errors — such as wrong site surgeries, unnecessary surgeries and surgeries performed on the wrong patient
- Misdiagnosis — of various forms of cancer and other potentially life-threatening conditions
- Delayed and missed diagnosis — resulting in serious injury or wrongful death
- Anesthesiology mistakes — including failure to monitor patients or miscalculating the right dosage
- Medication errors — such as administering medication to the wrong patient, mislabeling medication or giving the wrong dosage to a patient
- IV placement injuries — resulting in permanent nerve damage, heart attack, stroke and other complications
- Birth injuries — caused by the use of forceps, suction, aggressive pulling during delivery or mistakes made during cesarean section operations
- OB-GYN mistakes and prenatal care negligence — such as failing to perform preventative screening on a regular basis or failing to correctly diagnose gestational diabetes
- Hospital negligence — including failures to follow procedures, nurse and staff negligence, implementing inadequate or poorly written safety procedures, and failures to monitor mobile patients resulting in serious or fatal falls
- Post-operative care mistakes — including failures to change bandages and dressings, and failures to follow proper hygiene standards leading to hospital-acquired infections
- Diagnostic errors — such as misreading oncology, radiology or other lab reports leading to a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis
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Malpractice Warrants Financial Compensation
We are straightforward, experienced and practical attorneys who fight for our clients. If you think you may have a claim, please do not delay in calling Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas as a medical malpractice action is limited to a one-year statute of limitation.
It is our commitment to work with individuals and families who have been harmed by the wrongful conduct of medical professionals, and to hold them accountable for their actions. You need a strong advocate throughout a medical malpractice claim, and we are here to zealously pursue all your rights and claims.
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We are committed to helping you hold negligent medical practitioners accountable. To see how Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas can help in your case, contact us online or call us at 330-456-0506 and schedule an initial consultation at our office in Canton.