Ohio Supreme Court closes loophole in the statute of repose for medical claimsMore
Court confirms that federal enactments regarding “never events” and “hospital acquired conditions” don’t alter elements that plaintiffs must prove in medical negligence claimsMore
H.B. 7 effective March 20More
Important law for Ohio hospitals and practitioners
Successfully argued before the Ohio Supreme Court, establishing that the statute of repose bars medical claims not filed within four years of the time the care was provided.
Have appeared in the highest courts in Ohio and West Virginia, as well as intermediate appellate districts throughout Ohio.
Defended hospitals, nurses, physicians and other medical providers against medical negligence and wrongful death claims in various Ohio courtrooms.
Caps on noneconomic damages again found to be constitutional; Affordable Care Act approved in reducing economic damagesMore
Litigator Karen Clouse joins Bricker & Eckler’s accomplished health...
Karen Clouse, an experienced defense and appellate attorney representing health care providers, has recently joined Bricker & Eckler’s nationally recognized health care team. In her new role, Karen will defend health care clients against medical malpractice or wrongful death lawsuits. She will also continue her appellate practice. Whether conducting a jury trial, arguing to various appellate courts or arguing before the Ohio Supreme Court, Karen will apply her years of experience guiding clients in a strategic and focused direction in the midst of litigation uncertainty.More Jan 22, 2016