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With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

We have no doubt that the majority of doctors in the United States practice medicine in a safe and professional manner. However, as Ohio medical malpractice lawyers, we know that there are circumstances where medical negligence can have devastating results. We believe that with great power comes great responsibility – and our team of medical malpractice lawyers fight to ensure that justice is done whenever a serious and avoidable medical injury occurred. Sawan & Sawan represents patients injured by medical negligence throughout the State of Ohio. Call 419-900-0955 for a free consultation if you or a loved one has been injured by medical malpractice.  

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Medical Malpractice Injuries in Ohio

According to the United States National Library of Medicine, medical malpractice is defined as “any act or omission by a physician during treatment of a patient that deviates from accepted norms of practice in the medical community and causes an injury to the patient.” the United States, medical malpractice injuries are far too common. In Ohio, the statistics help to show the areas of medicine that are most susceptible to medical malpractice claims. In Ohio, 34% of all medical malpractice claims had to do with a misdiagnosis, 24% had to do with surgical mistakes, 18% were treatment mistakes, 10% involved birth injuries, 4% medication errors, 4% patient monitoring issues and 6% related to other causes. These statistics show that something needs to be done to curb the devastation these medical malpractice cases cause. The best way to ensure justice is often through the use of the legal system in Ohio. 

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Medical Malpractice Lawsuits in Ohio

Ohio Revised Code 2305.113 provides victims of medical malpractice with a cause of action whenever someone is injured by medical malpractice in Ohio. However, it’s vital to remember that Ohio medical malpractice cases are very complex and unique types of personal injury cases. Because of this, it’s vital that you hire a team of lawyers that has familiarity with Ohio law related to: 

  1. Statutes of Limitations and potential extensions of those time periods. 
  2. The need for expert medical testimony on the scope of injuries and causation. 
  3. The impact of damage caps, if applicable.

In a medical malpractice action, it’s important to make a distinction between bad medicine and malpractice. In an Ohio medical malpractice case, the Plaintiff must show a clear deviation from the standard of care expected of medical professionals in their respective profession. It’s often not enough just to show that a mistake was made. Due to this,  it is vital that you engage a lawyer that understands the law and how to effectively use experts to prove the standard of care. At Sawan & Sawan, our lawyers have a combined 35+ years of legal experience delivering for victims of medical malpractice. If you or a loved one have a medical malpractice issue, please schedule a free consultation with our team of personal injury lawyers today. 


Dennis P. Sawan


Licensed in Ohio and Georgia


Christopher A. Sawan


Licensed in Ohio and Michigan

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When it comes to filing a lawsuit to recover compensation for injuries caused by medical malpractice, the process is unique in each jurisdiction. For this reason, these legal claims are very complicated and requires a skilled medical malpractice attorney in the jurisdiction involved in your case. That being said, most cases are going to involve certain broad considerations. A few of those considerations are as follows:


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