What Makes a Legitimate Medical Malpractice Case? July 5, 2012.
Medical malpractice happens more often than many may think. For nearly thirty years, attorney Chris Mellino has seen the devastating results firsthand. If you have questions about an injury, negligence, or a potential claim, contact our Cleveland office today. You may also download or request Chris’ free, easy-to-read guide to filing a claim in Ohio.
What Can I File a Claim for in Ohio?
Negligence may be responsible for your current medical condition if:
- there was a delay in receiving treatment for your diagnosed condition;
- you received inadequate or inappropriate treatment for your condition; and/or
- your condition or disease was misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all.
Building Your Case
Often it is necessary to hire out-of-state doctors as expert witnesses. He or she can testify that another doctor — with similar training and skill — would have done things differently.
Finding an expert witness is a task for medical malpractice lawyer, who likely has a network that he or she has consulted in previous cases.
If you believe your doctor misdiagnosed a condition or made another catastrophic medical mistake, attorney Chris Mellino welcomes you to contact our Cleveland office for a free consultation. We combine specialized medical knowledge, exceptional trial skills, and superior negotiating talent to obtain full and fair compensation for clients.