The Brannon Law Firm aggressively represents victims of medical malpractice throughout Ohio and has obtained numerous verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients in excess of $1,000,000. Having successfully handled hundreds of medical malpractice cases since 1975, our law firm has the knowledge, experience and resources to handle the most substantial cases. Often times these cases involve wrongful death, birth injuries, surgical mistakes, paralysis and the failure to diagnoses conditions such as cancer. These incidents often exact an enormous toll on the victims and their families who may need to seek a recovery for medical expenses, lost income, lost earning capacity, wrongful death, pain/suffering and other damages. Our attorneys work hard to ensure that victims of medical malpractice are fairly compensated for these wrongful acts.
Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional’s act or omission results in a patient’s injury or death. Doctors, hospitals and other health care providers can be held accountable for their wrongful conduct with the help of an experienced malpractice attorney. While some people may think that medical malpractices cases are like personal injury cases, the laws involving medical negligence are much different and can be very complex. To prevail on a medical malpractice claim, an injured party is required to present expert testimony to show that the health care provider acted negligently. Our law firm routinely works with some of the top medical professionals in the country to provide our clients with the best witnesses available for their specific case.
The only way to determine if your or a loved one’s injuries were a result of medical malpractice is to consult with an attorney who is experienced handling these types of matters. Our law firm understands the daunting task people and families face in choosing an attorney to represent them. This is just one reason the Brannon Law Firm does not charge anything for an initial consultation. Our Dayton personal injury attorneys are available to meet with you at our office, your home or even in the hospital. Additionally, if we do choose to take your case we can work on a contingency fee agreement. This means that we do not charge any fee unless the case is successfully resolved in our clients favor. Contact us to see how we can help you make a recovery for your personal injuries.