Compensating the Victims of Medical Malpractice
If you suspect that a Northeast Ohio medical professional has betrayed your trust — if you or a loved one was a victim of medical malpractice — you could benefit from the assistance of experienced personal injury lawyers who handle medical negligence cases with proven skills and client commitment.
The experienced Elyria medical malpractice attorneys of Smith, Illner & Gemelas Co. LPA bring more than 125 years of combined experience to the aggressive protection of your rights and the justice you deserve — maximum financial compensation for physical, emotional and financial setbacks caused by a doctor’s carelessness or hospital errors.
As your responsive neighborhood law firm, we have access to the expertise of medical and technical professionals, private investigators and expert witnesses who can testify on your behalf. We are determined to hold negligent physicians, hospitals, clinics and health care facilities — and their insurers — accountable in court if necessary.
The medical profession in Ohio observes a standard of care for doctors, surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, emergency room personnel and other health care workers. When standards are not met, and serious injury, illness and wrongful death result, these professionals are vulnerable to allegations of medical malpractice.
If you felt worse after leaving the hospital than when you went in, contact the Elyria law offices of Smith, Illner & Gemelas. Call today, toll free — 888-506-0340. If your delicate medical condition prevents you from traveling, we can visit your home or hospital room.
Smith, Illner & Gemelas Co. LPA Holds Medical Insurers Accountable
Our skilled, compassionate Northeast Ohio lawyers aggressively protect the rights of victims of these and other types of medical malpractice:
- Surgical errors
- Birth injury
- Failure to diagnose
- Delayed diagnosis
- Prescription errors
- Emergency room errors
- Incorrect lab reports
- Wrong medication administered
- Failure to perform cesarean section
- Use of defective or malfunctioning medical device
- Operation on the wrong patient
- Amputation of the wrong limb
- Improper medical treatment
- Failure to treat
You should never have to be concerned about the cost of our representation while you recover from your malpractice-related injury or illness. The contingency fee basis for our quality legal services means that you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.