Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Cleveland, Ohio
February 20, 2002, Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Sarah Crump wrote that attorney Chris Mellino and his former partner “set the standard for big medical malpractice lawsuit payouts in Ohio. In a single year, 1997, they won judgments totaling $30 million.”
In fact, the pair made the cover of Ohio Lawyers Weekly‘s supplement “Largest Verdicts & Settlements 1997″ after being awarded the largest verdict in the state. Today, Chris continues that tradition of success with partner Tom Robenalt.
This law firm was founded on the basic premise that clients and their family deserve nothing less than the highest level of individual attention and professionalism. We believe that personal injury and medical malpractice attorneys should answer clients’ questions, not case managers.
Since we don’t advertise, our success depends on word-of-mouth testimonials from clients such as the Radovanics, who wrote, “[We] would like to take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you did for us through the ordeal of the trial. You knew we were afraid, and you guided us through the process from beginning to end. You were always available to answer any concerns that we had. During the trial, your expertise, knowledge, and professionalism made you stand out in our eyes as ‘the best’ lawyer out there.”
What Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Claims Do You Accept?
For nearly thirty years, attorneys Chris Mellino and Tom Robenalt have litigated cases involving medical malpractice, such as a surgical mistake or anesthesia overdose, defective products, wrongful death, car and commercial truck accidents, and birth injuries such as shoulder dystocia, Erb’s palsy, and cerebral palsy. We not only have the resources and skill necessary to take on big hospitals, corporations, and their insurance companies with exceptional results, those insurance companies know that we will take a case to court if necessary.
“The insurance companies use that information to evaluate their risk,” Chris states in his free book. “One of the first questions some adjusters will ask when a serious personal injury claim comes in is, ‘Who’s representing the plaintiff?’ Since this information is important to the insurance company, it should be important to you.”
If a mistake caused a severe and disabling injury or death, contact our Cleveland office today for a free consultation, or request attorney Chris Mellino’s free, easy-to-read guide to filing a medical malpractice claim in Ohio.
Why Did You Become a Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Attorney?
Every day, patients place their lives in the hands of physicians, surgeons, nurses, technicians, and hospitals. Those patients trust their doctor to deliver their baby. To ease pain. To diagnose and treat a disease or infection. When that healthcare provider breaches the expected standard of care, patients and their family are left wondering how such a mistake could’ve happened, how they will pay mounting medical bills, and what they should do next.
We’re lifelong Clevelanders. Those injured patients are our friends, neighbors, extended family members, classmates, and, more importantly, people who didn’t deserve what happened to them. With that in mind, we file personal injury and medical malpractice claims to effect change, to help build a safer health system, and to prevent other innocent people from being injured.
Why You Should Call Christopher Mellino and Tom Robenalt Before Speaking with Another Attorney in Cleveland
Attorneys Chris Mellino and Tom Robenalt are respected for their ability to dig below the surface to make sure nothing is overlooked. We combine specialized medical knowledge, exceptional trial skills, and superior negotiating talent to obtain full and fair compensation for clients and to hold wrongdoers accountable for their actions. In the last three decades, we’ve built a network of resources to help analyze cases and make sure our clients get full compensation for their injury. We also wrote the book on medical malpractice. Download or request your free copy, or contact us for a free consultation.