Medical Malpractice

Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Lincoln, Nebraska

When people go to a doctor’s office, hospital or other medical facility to receive treatment for an illness or injury, they expect high-quality care. We all place a high level of trust in the medical professionals who treat us. When these professionals make errors or provide substandard care, the consequences can be dire.

Medical malpractice cases are complicated to pursue and involve substantial time, effort and expense. Since we take cases on a contingency basis, we limit ourselves to cases where we are confident about our chances of success. At Cada Law, one of our attorneys is a registered nurse. Judy Cada‘s insight into the health care industry gives us a unique perspective. We can help clients fully evaluate the extent of injuries caused by medical malpractice and then determine if there is a legal cause of action associated with it.

After a decision is made to take on a medical malpractice claim, our lawyers and staff work tirelessly to thoroughly investigate all aspects of your case, including medical records and the procedures performed. We know the damage that medical professionals can do when they commit an act of negligence or misconduct; we want to do the right thing by holding them accountable for their actions.

Examples of Medical Malpractice

Malpractice happens in health care facilities across Nebraska and the United States far too often and injuries resulting from these acts can range from minor to severe. At our firm we represent individuals who have suffered serious and catastrophic injuries from acts of malpractice that include:

  • Birth injuries
  • Surgical errors
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Drug overdoses or interactions
  • Administering the wrong medication
  • Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose
  • Infections

Malpractice claims are not only limited to doctors but can also be brought against surgeons, dentists and other medical personnel.

Additionally, our firm also represent the victims of nursing home abuse and neglect in Nebraska. Your loved ones deserved to be protected and we will pursue damages from those who fail to provide adequate protection in adult care facilities.

Contact Us As Soon As Possible to Learn About Your Claim

Delaying the decision to talk with an attorney about a potential medical malpractice claim can take away your ability to file a claim in the first place. These cases are very complex and have short statutes of limitations, meaning that you should contact us as soon as possible. Call us at 402-477-2233 or toll free at 888-546-2232 to get honest answers and the help you need.

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Who has access to the information?

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Effective March 1, 2012