Cooper Elliott Blog topic: Malpractice

Act Now Before Sub. H.B. 606 COVID-19 Immunity Legislation Passes

For BusinessesFor IndividualsLegal News And UpdatesMalpracticePersonal Injury| August 6, 2020

Amidst the chaos of 2020, COVID-19 immunity legislation quietly proceeds through the Ohio legislature. If Sub. H.B. 606 passes and is signed into law, it will provide broad immunity to healthcare workers who committed malpractice from March 9, 2020 through December 31, 2020.  Sub. H.B. 606 Sub. H.B. 606 would give immunity to doctors and …

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Addressing Harm Caused by Legal Malpractice

For BusinessesFor IndividualsLegal MalpracticeMalpractice| June 18, 2020

Legal malpractice not only damages your trust in an attorney but can also cause harm in many long-lasting ways. As confusing and disheartening as it is, those who have been victims of legal malpractice can take action to protect themselves in a court of law. Types of Harm Caused by Legal Malpractice Legal malpractice occurs …

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Tips for Finding the Right Civil Litigation Attorney

MalpracticePersonal InjuryWrongful Death| April 17, 2018

Most people who find themselves in need of a civil litigation attorney have one thing in common: they are overwhelmed. In addition to facing immediate financial burdens as a result of malpractice, personal injury, or losing a loved one, they are engulfed in feelings of fear and uncertainty, or even intense grief. Amid all that …

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Misjudgment and Medical Malpractice Derail a Young Man’s Life

Malpractice| January 10, 2017

You seek the services of professionals—whether they might be accountants, consultants or even Ohio medical malpractice attorneys—because they have three things you need: expertise in their field the skill to use that expertise effectively the judgment to do what’s right, and what’s best for their clients The same is true when you go to a …

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Beyond Civil Litigation: Healing After Justice is Served

Malpractice| December 23, 2014

The case that follows tragically demonstrates the obstacles clients and their civil litigation lawyers face when trying to reach a positive long-term outcome beyond the courtroom. A good worker under bad circumstances Josh* was a meat inspector with the United States Department of Agriculture. He was a great guy: young, idealistic, dedicated. In addition, his …

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