Every medical professional has an obligation to provide patients with a standard level of care. This standard is based upon the professional’s training and education, as well as the tools at hand. Any deviation from standard treatment or care – when a patient is subsequently injured – may be considered malpractice. A patient who has suffered such harm may be able to bring a civil lawsuit against the doctor or facility that provided substandard care. The family of a patient who has lost his or her life due to medical malpractice may do the same.
At The Lancione Law Firm, we know how tremendously an act of malpractice can affect a patient and his or her family. Ohio medical malpractice lawyer John A. Lancione fights to help patients who have already been injured, at the same time working to expose wrongdoing and thus improve the standard of care for others.
A third-generation attorney with 30 years of legal experience, John Lancione leads our team to victory in the most complex malpractice cases, including:
- Birth injuries
- Surgical errors
- Diagnostic errors
- Cancer misdiagnosis
- Emergency room mistakes
- Prescription errors
- OB/GYN malpractice
- Nursing malpractice
- Anesthesia errors
You Can Recover Compensation for Your Injuries or Loss
The thought of recovering monetary damages after a serious injury or the loss of a loved one may seem as though it is simply not enough to make up for what you have experienced. This is true. It can, however, help you and your family face a more stable future. Ohio medical malpractice attorney John Lancione can help you recover the financial compensation that can cover your medical bills, pay for lost earnings, and even cover future medical care, loss of future wages, and emotional trauma. You can hold the doctor, nurse, or medical facility accountable while getting the means to begin making your life whole again.
You have the right to civil justice after suffering any type of injury caused by medical malpractice. Exercise this right by calling our offices at (440) 220-4439 today.