When Medical Professionals Provide Bad Results
You trust your family doctor. You trust the medical professionals who you've enlisted to care for you and your family, from nurses to surgeons to the hospitals as a whole. However, the trusted positions that medical professionals hold do-not make them immune to lawsuits. Professionals can and do make mistakes. If they have provided a bad result that could have been prevented, they should be held accountable.
Blue + Blue Law in Columbus is committed to holding doctors and other medical professionals accountable for the mistakes they make and the bad results they provide. We have more than 64 years of experience getting justice and compensation for medical malpractice victims throughout Ohio. We can put our experience to work for you.
“What does money mean, anyway? This isn't a jackpot, or the lottery. You have a legal right to just compensation for what has happened to you. You can't go back to how things were before. We can only help to make the best of what is. Pursuing your case may save the next patient.”
- Jason A. Blue
Don't Let Them Tell You it's a "Known Complication"
When a doctor or another medical professional provides a bad result, they will often call it a "known complication." They will say it was a risk of the procedure, and they will not accept the blame. "Known complications" may be avoidable complications. All too often, had a doctor or medical professional acted appropriately, the bad result could have been avoided. We hold them accountable when they fail to avoid the avoidable.
According to the Journal of the American Medical Association "Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the United States. It is estimated that 225,000 people die each year due to negligent medical treatment.
Results for Victims of All Types of Medical Malpractice
Our lawyers can handle cases involving all types of medical facilities, including:
- Hospital errors and nursing staff negligence
- Surgical center errors and urgent care malpractice
- Nursing home errors and extended care malpractice
Some of the common forms of medical malpractice that we hold doctors and other medical professionals accountable for are: