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Ohio Drug and Medical Device Recall Lawsuits & Attorneys

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Ohio Bad Drug Lawsuits & Ohio Defective Medical Device Cases

Ohio Bad Drug Lawsuits & Ohio Defective Medical Device Cases

The lives and well-being of patients in America are altered every year due to dangerous and defective drugs and medical devices that result in thousands of deaths and injuries. Many of the pharmaceutical and device manufacturing giants creating new products will put profits ahead of consumer safety and will only recall their bad drugs and devices when forced by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). Their uncaring actions result in catastrophic injury where thousands of individuals either lose their lives or need multiple corrective surgeries.

Because of that, victims are often left with no choice other than to file in Ohio defective medical device case, wrongful death lawsuit, medical malpractice claim, or Ohio bad drug lawsuit to seek the financial recompense they deserve. It is up to the victim to prove in court that these large pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, hospitals, doctors and other health care providers caused their life-changing injuries, losses and damages due to selling, recommending or using the unsafe product.

These cases are complex and the initial steps require access to much-needed resources, including the links below.

State of Ohio Statute of Limitations

Ohio Civil Statute of Limitations Laws — Code Provisions (Section 2305.113)

Although the victim or surviving family members have the legal right to file compensation lawsuit against all defendants in the case, the Ohio statute of limitations code highly restricts the amount of time they can file a claim. This includes victims filing a case involving intentional torts, wrongful death, product liability, negligence, personal injury or medical malpractice.

If the victim or their surviving family members fail to file all the necessary documentation before the expiration of the statute of limitations in the appropriate Ohio courthouse, they forfeit their opportunity to seek financial recompense in the future.

  • Personal Injury / Negligence – 2 Years
  • Product Liability – 2 Years
  • Wrongful Death – 2 Years
  • Medical Malpractice – 1 Year “with Discovery Rule but, if prior to expiration of 1 year claimant gives written notice to defendant, action can be commenced within 180 days after notice. In foreign object cases [statute of limitation] is 1 year from discovery with a 4 year [statute of limitation] maximum. Minors: 4 years from malpractice.”
  • Intentional Torts – 1 Year

Ohio Medical Resources

State of Ohio Legal Resources

Lake County Law Library
47 N Park Pl, Painesville
Painesville, OH
(440) 350-2638

Moritz Law Library
The Ohio State University
55 W 12th Ave
Columbus, OH
(614) 292-6691

Supreme Court Law Library
65 S Front St
Columbus, OH
(614) 387-9680

Hamilton County Law Library
1000 Main St
Cincinnati, OH
(513) 946-5300

State, County and City Bar Associations

Ohio State Bar Association
1700 Lake Shore Dr.
Columbus, OH 43204
(614) 487-4464

Akron Bar Association
57 S Broadway St
Akron, OH 44308
(330) 243-5507

Butler County Bar Association
315 Maple Ave
Hamilton, OH 45011
(513) 896-6671

Cincinnati Bar Association
225 E 6th St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 381-8213

Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
1301 E 9th St
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 696-3525

Columbus Bar Association
175 S 3rd St Ste 1100
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 221-4112

Dayton Bar Association
109 N Main St Ste 600
Dayton, OH 45402
(937) 222-7902

Lake County Bar Association
25 N Park Pl
Painesville, OH 44077
(440) 350-2180

Lorain County Bar Association
627 Broad St
Elyria, OH 44035
(440) 323-8416

Stark County Bar Association
116 Cleveland Ave NW Ste 400
Canton, OH 44702
(330) 453-0685

Lucas County Bar Association
4545 Weldwood Ln
Sylvania, OH 43560
(419) 242-9363

Mahoning County Bar Association
114 E Front St Ste 100
Youngstown, OH 44503
(330) 746-2933

Toledo Bar Association
311 N Superior St
Toledo, OH 43604
(419) 242-9363

Trumbull County Bar Association
PO Box 4222
Warren, OH 44482
(330) 675-2415

Legal Services for Ohio Communities

There are numerous personal injury law firms that provide representation to clients throughout the state in urban centers and rural areas who want to file an Ohio defective medical device lawsuit, medical malpractice claim, wrongful death case, or Ohio bad drug case. These communities include:

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