Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice

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Does a statute of limitations exist for medical malpractice? Hear about the Ohio statute of limitations from Jeff in his latest video. Also, discover how Friedman, Domiano and Smith can help you in case of medical malpractice.

Q: Does a statute of limitations exist for a medical malpractice case?

A: The statute of limitations in the state of Ohio has been changing, but it is a one year statute of limitations. It is very short. The legislature in Columbus has made it short because they succumb to the insurance agency and they fund their campaigns and they make the statute short so people miss them.

The key to all of this is come to us first if you believe you have an injury from a medical malpractice. We will be able to tell you at least if we can get a claim going for you once we look, of course, at the records and a physician reviews them and gives us a recommendation.


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