Ohio Medical Malpractice Law Firm
The Eisen Law Firm: Focused on Client Service in Ohio
With a highly selective practice focused on medical negligence cases, the trial attorneys of The Eisen Law Firm help Ohio families recover from the consequences of a doctor or hospital’s negligent mistakes. Because we work only on a few cases at a time, we’re able to concentrate on the details that can make the decisive difference to the outcome and value of your claims.
We accept substantial claims of medical malpractice on a contingent fee basis. In other words, we only recover an attorney’s fee if we successfully resolve your claim. We also assume the financial risk of developing your case. Because each case requires intensive work in collaboration with medical experts, we’re prepared to commit the resources and expenses necessary to investigate and present your case properly.
Our firm was established in 1976. Brian N. Eisen joined the firm in 1996. He’s a graduate of Harvard College (where he majored in neurobiology) and Harvard Law School. His Harvard connections extend and deepen our access to the medical experts whose opinions are essential to the viability of a malpractice case.
Whether your case involves an avoidable birth injury or the negligent failure to diagnose stroke or heart attack, we can help you. For additional information, contact The Eisen Law Firm in Cleveland.
Call 216-687-0900 for a Free Consultation About Medical Malpractice
To learn how you can benefit from our focused and disciplined approach to cases involving surgical mistakes or the negligent failure to diagnose cancer, contact our office in Cleveland for a free consultation.
June 22, 2014 4:30 AM
Libby Barnish doesn’t hold back when asked about attorney Brian N. Eisen. “He was a lifesaver for us … for our whole family,” she said. “We wouldn’t be where we are today without him.” A former resident of the Columbus area, Barnish lives with her husband in New Mexico and …READ INTERVIEW
November 12, 2019
Medical malpractice victims need professional advice. Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider doesn’t provide standard care for its profession, resulting in injury.READ INTERVIEW