Patients who entrust their health and welfare to healthcare professionals
rightly expect their caregivers to watch out for their well-being and to meet
established standards of medical care. When someone dies or is harmed as a
result of a surgical error, prescription medication error, emergency room
negligence, delayed medical treatment, or other doctor negligence, proper and
just compensation from the negligent medical provider is in order.
At the Toledo, Ohio, Law Offices of Gary Osborne
& Associates, medical malpractice is a primary part of our personal
injury law practice. Lawyers have an obligation to make appropriate use
of our legal system and not pursue meritless cases. We take this
responsibility seriously. And to ensure that we do not bring frivolous lawsuits,
each case goes through a rigorous review process. Each case of suspected
medical malpractice is thoroughly
evaluated by one or more highly qualified medical experts who then certify by
affidavit that there is a valid basis for filing suit against a physician or
hospital. We only pursue cases where significant injury or death has
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Gary is honored to be included in the publications, The Best Lawyers in America, 2008 and 2009 editions and Ohio Super Lawyers 2009 edition. He was inducted as a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers, in 2007, which is as high honor limited to one percent of the lawyers in any state, based upon trial skill and ethics. He has been selected to The American Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Trial Lawyers for 2007-2009. He was awarded an "AV" rating by Martindale-Hubbell since 2006, which is its highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards.
Gary W. Osborne was born in Toledo, OH in 1950 and has lived there most of his life. He received a BA from the Ohio State University in 1972. He graduated from the University of Toledo College of Law with a J.D. in 1975. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar on November 7, 1975 and Federal Court practice that same year. He was admitted to the Idaho State Bar in 1976, and worked for Idaho State Attorney General Human Rights Commission Division two years. He was admitted to the Virginia State Bar in 1979.
Gary has practiced law in Toledo since 1981, when he began his own practice. He began representing victims of medical malpractice in 1983, and he began limiting his practice almost exclusively to medical malpractice cases in the early 1990s. He is strongly committed to obtaining justice for his clients, while improving medical and nursing home care for all.
He now limits his practice to medical malpractice and nursing home litigation, as well as wrongful death claims. He is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Ohio Association for Justice and the Toledo Area Trial Lawyers Association. He has written and lectured to other lawyers on medical malpractice and trial practice topics. He is a member of The Million Dollar Advocates Forum.