The Legal Experience You Need For Medical Malpractice Matters
If you or a loved one has been harmed by health care negligence, you can do something positive about it. Health care professionals, including doctors, nurses, surgeons, anesthetists, radiologists, pharmacists and hospital staff must abide by a standard of care in treating and dealing with patients. Failure to provide adequate care can result in traumatic injuries for which medical professionals — and the hospitals where they work — can be held liable.
At Klein & Carney Co., L.P.A., in Cleveland, our attorneys have more than 71 years of combined legal experience. We have the resources and knowledge necessary to hold medical professionals, hospitals, clinics and other entities responsible for the errors they commit.
Contact us online, or call our offices day or night at 216-502-3947 for a free initial consultation with an experienced Cleveland medical malpractice lawyer.
Medical malpractice by doctors and hospitals can include:
- Doctor error
- Errors by nurses and care staff
- Surgical or anesthesia mistakes
- Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis of diseases
- Prescribing the wrong or conflicting medications
- Delaying or failing to provide treatment
- Birth injuries
- Failure to monitor for pulmonary embolism
- Failure to monitor for infection
We Hold Medical Professionals Accountable
Mistakes made during birth can result in maternal as well as infant injuries, including cerebral palsy, brachial injuries, developmental problems, brain injuries and death.
A delay in the diagnosis of some cancers can have catastrophic and even fatal consequences, particularly:
Our lawyers at Klein & Carney Co., L.P.A., work closely with medical professionals and other experts to assess each case. We pursue fair and just compensation for clients’ past and future medical expenses and their pain and suffering.
We have pursued cases against cardiologists, chiropractors, dermatologists, family physicians, internal medicine specialists, gynecologists, general surgeons, neurologists, neurosurgeons, nurses, obstetricians, optometrists, ophthalmologists, orthopedic surgeons, pediatricians, podiatrists, pulmonologists, plastic surgeons, radiologists, urologists, vascular surgeons and others.
In cases of death caused by medical malpractice, Ohio wrongful death law allows for compensation for a variety of damages caused by the death of a loved one. We can help you pursue financial compensation for all elements of your loss.
Contact A Health Care Negligence Attorney Today
Please contact the medical malpractice and cancer misdiagnosis law firm of Klein & Carney Co., L.P.A., now to discuss your claim. Call us at 216-502-3947. Our attorneys are available for a free telephone consultation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.