- When my former employee is called during the process of a new job, what are they allowed to say/not say?
- What is an ‘at-will’ employee?
- What is my next step after I have been wrongfully terminated?
- What constitutes discrimination in the workplace?
- If I sign my assets over to my children now, will they have to claim as income and be taxed?
In medical malpractice cases in Ohio, the most you can recover for pain and suffering is $250,000 or three times your economic damages to a maximum of $350,000 per plaintiff and a maximum of $ 1 million per occurrence. Continue reading
There are two expenses associated with investigating a medical malpractice case: the cost to obtain medical records and X-rays taken if necessary and having a doctor review the records. Continue reading
Clients should anticipate and presume that if there is a case, it will go to a jury trial and to be prepared for that. Continue reading
by John D. Holschuh Jr., Lawyer Referral Service Panelist Medical malpractice claims cover claims against any health care provider including physicians, podiatrists, hospitals, home or residential facilities, or employees or agents of a physician, podiatrist, hospital, home or residential facility, … Continue reading
Any claim brought against a health care provider asserting the provider was negligent in his/her care and treatment is a “medical malpractice” case. Continue reading
In Ohio, whether a case is medical malpractice or not depends upon the expert opinion of a licensed physician, who after reviewing the medical records of the potential case, makes a determination as to its merits. Continue reading
In Ohio, for medical malpractice, the statute of limitations is one year, which starts either from the date of malpractice, the date you discover the injury from the malpractice, or the date you last saw the doctor for the condition you have a complaint about. Continue reading