About Lommen Abdo
For more than 30 years, Lommen Abdo medical malpractice attorneys have helped injured patients and their loved ones find answers and fight for justice and financial security. We listen to you, consult with experts and take appropriate action.
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Why was your baby injured in the birth process? You deserve answers and justice, and you and your child deserve the financial security necessary to deal with the results of medical malpractice.
When a surgeon or hospital personnel make errors that cause serious injury or death, it is important to understand what happened, to get justice, and to obtain financial compensation for the injuries.
Whatever the reason, the wrong drug, the wrong dosage or the wrong labeling and instructions can cause dangerous, life-threatening injuries. You deserve answers and financial compensation.
A failure to diagnose or the wrong diagnosis can waste valuable time as the disease progresses, causes more pain and anxiety, and leads to serious injury. We can help you get to the truth and find justice.
Medical malpractice causes serious physical and psychological injuries that deserve compensation, but it can be difficult to get honest answers. Our attorneys know how to investigate and how to fight for justice.
When medical personnel, hospitals and clinics fail to meet accepted standards of care, the damage to the patient can be life-threatening. Ask an experienced lawyer about how you can get the answers and justice you need.
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Minnesota Medical Malpractice Attorneys
We fight for answers, justice and financial security for people injured because of medical mistakes.
Medical errors happen every day in clinics and hospitals, in medical labs and pharmacies. When those errors cause serious, life-changing injuries or wrongful death, individuals and their families need answers, justice and financial security. At Lommen Abdo, our medical malpractice trial lawyers have the compassion, skills, and intellectual and financial resources you need to get to the truth.
Your lawyer will provide straight answers to your questions about medical errors.
Whatever the injury or the area of medicine, if you have questions about whether a medical error occurred, it can be difficult to get an answer from the physician or hospital. Do not hesitate to call us. We have the experience and resources to evaluate the case and give you an honest answer.
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We have the resources to fund medical negligence cases and the determination to fight hard for our clients.
Above all else, we have compassion for our clients, and we want justice. With more than 30 years of medical malpractice experience, a staff with healthcare credentials, practicing physicians nationwide with whom we consult, and the financial resources to fund complex medical lawsuits, we know how to get the facts and argue your case effectively in front of a jury.
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We work for justice and financial security in every area of medicine.
Here you will find many of the areas where we have successfully fought for clients harmed by medical malpractice, hospital negligence, pharmacy errors, lab mistakes and physician malpractice. Whatever your case, whatever your injury, you are welcome to call for a free case evaluation.
- Birth Injuries. including cerebral palsy, Erb s palsy, brain injuries, brachial plexus and other injuries caused by medical negligence
- Surgical Errors. including infections, organ damage, blood transfusion mistakes, gastric surgery errors, Lasik eye surgery mistakes, surgical tools left in patient
- Medication Errors. including anesthesia mistakes and prescription errors
- Medical Misdiagnosis. including wrong diagnosis or failure to diagnose conditions (such as failing to diagnose cancer) that result in serious harm to the patient
- Malpractice Injuries. including brain and nerve injuries, paralysis and other orthopedic injuries, obstetric/gynecology injuries, pediatric injuries, injuries from sexual misconduct
- Medical Negligence. including injuries cause by hospital negligence, nursing home negligence, emergency room malpractice or physicians clinic negligence
- Personal Injury. including products liability, vaccine injuries and wrongful death
Medical errors are a leading cause of death.
A 1999 Institute of Medicine study (To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System) that has been validated by many studies since demonstrates that as many as 98,000 people die each year because of preventable medical errors. The problem is pervasive and includes hospital negligence, doctor negligence, pharmacy mistakes, lab errors, surgical errors and other medical malpractice.
If you have concerns about medical malpractice, hospital negligence or doctor mistakes in Minnesota or Wisconsin, call us.
The consultation is free, and you can set your mind at ease by knowing the truth. If you have a case, you can turn the burden over to an experienced, compassionate medical malpractice attorney. Located in Minneapolis, our law firm represents clients in Minnesota and Wisconsin. We also associate with counsel from states nationwide.
Featured Case Result
A medical malpractice claim based on a physician s failure to diagnose cancer is not barred as a mere loss of chance (or reduced chance) claim when the misdiagnosis resulted in a delay in treatment that makes it more likely than not that the patient will not survive the cancer.
Medical Malpractice News
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Use of Differential Etiological Analysis in Minnesota Products Liability Action
In a Minnesota products liability suit, expert testimony based on a differential etiological analysis is scientifically valid, reasonably applied and sufficiently reliable to be admitted under Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharm. Inc. 509 U.S. 579 (1993) and Fed. R. Evid. 702. In evaluating the differential etiology method in the case at hand, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals explained that experts are not required to rule out all possible causes because a differential expert opinion can be reliable with less than full information
Minnesota Adopts Loss of a Chance Doctrine: Medical Malpractice Trial Ordered to Proceed
The parents of Jocelyn Dickhoff, who turns seven on June 12, brought a case against her physicians for failing to timely diagnose her cancer or refer her to another doctor for diagnosis and treatment. The trial court dismissed her case. Today, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled on appeal that the case could proceed to trial
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