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April 2017 Archives

The Ohio Innocence Project Celebrates Exoneration of Evin King

Last week, the Ohio Innocence Project helped vacated the conviction of Evin King, a man who has spent the last 23 years of his life in prison for a murder he did not commit. This marks the 25th individual the Ohio Innocence Project has exonerated since its founding in 2003. Leeseberg & Valentine would like to extend their sincere congratulations to everyone who had a role in Evin's exoneration.

Victim of medical malpractice? Time may be of the essence

Countless individuals over the years have suffered serious health issues because of the negligence of a medical professional and/or facility. Perhaps you visited the hospital with a serious medical condition, and if you were diagnosed incorrectly, you may have received the wrong type of treatment. In some cases, the actual medical problem goes undiscovered entirely. Regardless of the circumstances, negligent treatment can cause you to suffer both emotionally and financially.

Don't Believe the Myth: Malpractice Rates Are Not Going Up

"The high costs of healthcare and malpractice premiums are a result of frivolous lawsuits filed against us." This is a common refrain from the Ohio State Medical Association and Ohio Hospital Association, but this notion is essentially nonsense. Over the last 25 years, claims paid out from medical malpractice lawsuits have declined by over half. This is a direct result of the "tort reform" effort that has rendered it extremely difficult to justify bringing a medical claim against a doctor, especially if the injured patient has not suffered a permanent, disabling, and/or catastrophic injury. Despite consistently limiting a patient's access to justice in the courts his or her injuries, the health insurance industry continues to point the finger at lawsuits as being the problem.

Former LV client Blake Haxton to speak at Crossroads event this Sunday

This Sunday at 7:00 p.m., former LV client Blake Haxton will speak to middle school children and their friends and families at Crossroads 2.0, an event held by First Community Church at their North Campus location. Click on this link for details about the event. Please also see the attached flyer for information about Blake and what he will be speaking about.

Wrongful life: Can medical providers be sued for failing to honor advance directives?

Most people know that medical providers can be sued for harm caused by mistakes, as well as for injuries caused by abuse or neglect.

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