Providing A Voice For Victims Of Medical Malpractice In Ohio

Medical providers are held to a higher standard than professionals in other occupations. These providers are entrusted with providing appropriate medical care and for caring for our loved ones. When medical negligence leads to an individual’s unnecessary suffering, these providers should be held accountable for their substandard care.

We Stand Up For The People – Not The Powerful

At the law firm of Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, we understand how easily a victim of negligence can get lost in the system when a powerful medical provider is responsible for negligence.

We do not represent hospitals, doctors or other providers with seemingly unlimited litigation resources. We stand up for those who have suffered undue harm as a result of a provider’s negligence.

For three generations, the Young family has helped individuals and families through the aftermath of negligence. When you come to our law firm, you can count on our personal service, our attorneys who are founded on experience and high legal standards, and our personal dedication to helping you no matter how large or small your case.

Contact our Dayton and Cincinnati medical malpractice attorneys for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Effective Medical Malpractice Representation In Ohio

Our medical malpractice lawyers stand up for the rights of victims who have suffered due to the inexcusable negligence of doctors, nurses, hospitals, pharmacists, surgeons and other medical providers.

While we recognize that not all medical misfortunes are the result of negligence, we recognize the need to thoroughly evaluate each situation to identify when negligence caused or contributed to avoidable injuries. Clients benefit from our extensive resources — from our state-of-the art technology to our vast network of experts — that we use to evaluate and build medical malpractice cases.

Learn more about medical malpractice cases handled by our law firm.

Obtain Justice After A Medical Mistake

Our medical malpractice group offers attorneys and assistants who are accustomed to investigating, analyzing evidence, requesting records and building claims specifically around the legal issues involved in medical malpractice cases.

Our lawyers also have extensive probate experience that is crucial to pursue an effective wrongful death case arising from medical negligence. We are dedicated to standing by you and representing your interests from the moment your case arrives until we recover the compensation you deserve.

Answering Your Frequently Asked Questions

We understand how complex medical malpractice cases can be, and we are here to help you navigate this complicated system to seek the compensation you deserve. Below are answers to a few common questions about medical malpractice, but do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any further questions.

What is medical malpractice and how can I know if I’ve been a victim of it?

Medical malpractice is generally when a doctor or health care professional is negligent and does not provide the level of care that the patient deserves. In rare cases, malpractice may be intentional, but it is more often caused by negligence, oversights and things of this nature.

How does one sue a negligent doctor? What constitutes a valid medical malpractice claim?

A valid medical malpractice claim is when the patient has suffered harm, and a link can be established between the event, the doctor’s negligence and the damages suffered by the patient. When this link is present, a qualified attorney can help the patient sue the negligent doctor and, potentially, the medical institution itself.

What is the ‘standard of care’ and how does it relate to medical malpractice?

The “standard of care” refers to the care that a patient should have received and the level of care that they would realistically expect from any other medical professional. In some cases, an outside medical expert will need to be brought in to testify regarding the established standard of care and how the doctor in question did not uphold that standard.

What are some examples of medical malpractice cases?

Medical malpractice can involve obvious errors, like wrong-site surgeries. Other times, they can involve mistakes like a delayed cancer diagnosis or when a doctor misdiagnoses a heart attack as heartburn or stress. There are numerous possibilities.

How long do I have to file a medical malpractice lawsuit after the date of injury in Ohio?

Most medical malpractice claims in Ohio have a statute of limitations of one year beginning when the patient suffers harm or when they become aware of the error.

Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation

If a loved one has died or if you have suffered due to medical negligence, we offer a free consultation so that you may discuss your concerns with an experienced attorney. We invite you to contact us online or call 513-838-4562 in Cincinnati, 888-469-6437 in Dayton or Kentucky to schedule your free initial consultation. When you meet with us, ask about:

  • Free parking at our downtown Cincinnati location
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  • Home and hospital visits
  • No attorneys fees unless you collect*
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Our satellite offices are located in Mason, West Chester, Tri-County, Blue Ash / Kenwood, Northgate, Clermont County, Finneytown, Florence and Western Hills.

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