Medical Negligence Leading to Coma & Brain Damage
When medical malpractice leads to coma and brain damage, negligent doctors and hospitals must be held accountable. The attorneys at The Donahey Law Firm are dedicated to successfully representing the families of men and women injured by serious medical negligence. We can talk to you about what happened to your loved one and help you discover appropriate legal actions to take.
Our Ohio lawyers have been serving the victims of serious personal injuries, like coma and brain damage, since our firm was established in 1968. We continue to represent injured clients, helping them put forward a strong case for compensation in Ohio courts.
We handle many different types of medical malpractice cases leading to coma and brain damage:
- Birth injury cases leading to the brain damage of a newborn
- Anesthesia error cases
- Aneurysm misdiagnosis
- Perforated bowel
- Misdiagnosis of a heart attack or stroke
- Pharmaceutical errors
- Cancer misdiagnosis
- Misdiagnosis/delayed diagnosis of a head injury
Our experienced medical negligence law firm has a proven track record in personal injury cases of all sizes, including multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. Contact us today for a FREE case evaluation.
Was It Really Medical Malpractice?
Many of the people who visit our Ohio law offices are unsure whether or not their loved ones were the victims of medical malpractice. What they do know is that a bad outcome has changed their lives. What they are often unsure of is whether or not a doctor's negligence caused that result.
We can help. At The Donahey Law Firm, we have been representing the families of injury victims for more than 40 years. We know what to look for in a medical malpractice case. We can help you understand what happened, and we can help you take decisive legal action.
If you suspect that medical malpractice may have happened to you or someone you care about, you should ask — you need to ask — the difficult questions. Let a Ohio medical malpractice lawyer help you ask them. Call our Ohio law offices toll free at 866-918-5886 or contact us online. Initial consultations are free, confidential and at no obligation.