Professional Liability Cases
Listed below are examples of past cases that we were fortunate to be involved with as well as information regarding how they were resolved.
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John Doe v. AZ Law Firm
Summit County | $250,000 Settlement
Mr. Doe was represented by AZ Law Firm in pursuing a medical negligence claim based on the failure to diagnose a heart attack. While representing Mr. Doe, AZ learned that the statute of limitations may have expired on his medical negligence claim but failed to timely file a lawsuit against the previous lawyer who was responsible for the statute of limitations expiring. As a result, Mr. Doe’s statute of limitations for legal malpractice expired. Mr. Doe brought suit against AZ for failing to timely file the legal malpractice claim and ultimately agreed to settle his claims against AZ for $250,000.
DOE v. CRTC
Gallia County | $101,000 Settlement
A $101,000 settlement for a 14-year-old girl who was a resident at a treatment center for troubled youth. She and another resident engaged in one incident of sexual relations, which the girl claimed was nonconsensual despite flirtatious notes sent to the boy. The case was pursued on theory of assault due to inadequate supervision and the statutory inability of a minor to consent to sexual relations as a matter of law.