An investigative report by Channel 5 reporter Ron Regan finds that healthy patients are dying within hours of surgery.

On Behalf of | Dec 5, 2016 | Firm News

Hospital Medication Error

“Dead in Bed” is the culmination of a five-month investigation by Scripps station WEWS in Cleveland that began with questions raised by an Ohio husband. Marty Schmidt, a current client of Perantinides & Nolan, said goodnight to his wife in a hospital room only to learn she died hours later. How could patients undergoing “successful’ surgery and assigned to “low risk” floors, suddenly die within hours? WEWS interviewed some of the nation’s most respected medical experts from Washington D.C. to Indianapolis and Dallas. WEWS also spoke with families in Ohio, Indiana, Georgia and California whose loved ones died. What they uncovered is one of medicine’s best kept secrets.” P&N is proud to stand with Marty Schmidt and the Neckermann family as we work toward real change in our community and across the State of Ohio. Read Full Article and Watch Video

‘Dead in Bed’ cases result in rising malpractice lawsuits nationwide

Attorney Paul Perantinides and chief investigative reporter Ron Regan discuss the alarming frequency of patients found “dead in bed” after seemingly successful surgery.  Read more