Delivering a child can be one of the most impactful moments of your life. Even with the pain and discomfort that accompanies childbirth, it remains a beautiful and exciting event. While every pregnancy and delivery come with some risks for the expecting mother and child, many of these can be mitigated by an experienced medical team. Unfortunately, in some cases medical mistakes are made that can affect the health of the child, causing a birth injury.… Read More


Medical malpractice attorneys are experts in helping their clients obtain compensation for injuries from doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare professionals that have caused them harm during medical treatment. At Nelson & Hammons, we are honored to help our clients get the compensation they deserve using the many skills we have as experienced medical malpractice attorneys. Here is a quick overview of what we do and how we help victims of medical malpractice.… Read More


Medical malpractice comes in many shapes and forms. From misdiagnosis and mistreatment to surgical errors and patient-care negligence. When a patient is harmed due to any act or omission of duty by a medical professional who deviates from normal practice, they may be a victim of medical malpractice.… Read More


Medical malpractice is more common than you might think and can cause extensive injuries and even death. When someone dies or is injured due to a mistake made by a medical professional, the victim or their family has the right to sue for compensation. Here are some of the most common types of medical malpractice cases and errors that occur each year.… Read More


Medical malpractice is one of the most difficult types of personal injury law to prove, and one of the most misunderstood. The complexity of medical procedures, known risks, varying health issues in victims, and many other factors make it a challenging type of case to pursue.… Read More


The simple answer is that not all medication errors are considered malpractice. There are a number of variables which are important to look at when determining medication errors. It is rarely a cut and dry case of simply administering the incorrect medication. It must first be proven that the person supplying the medication acted in a negligent manner.… Read More