Domina Law Group pc llo has been responsible for a number of professional
negligence cases involving important decisions affecting the law. These include
medical malpractice claims against physicians and hospitals, and a host of other matters involving
medical negligence and related conduct. Here are a few of Domina Law Group
pc llo's representative medical malpractice cases:
Yoder v. Cotton
Scott v. Khan
276 Neb 954, 758 NW2d 630 (2008)
Domina Law Group pc llo’s efforts on behalf of a workers’
compensation employee required to undergo an independent medical evaluation
led to a decision that medical malpractice standards generally applicable
within the physician patient area of practice do apply to IMEs by physicians.
18 Neb App 600, 790 NW2d 9 (2010)
Winning its second appeal en route to trial of a malpractice case against
a psychiatrist, Domina Law Group pc llo’s work established carefully
articulated causation rules connecting psychiatric malpractice with patient
deterioration, and mental illness. The firm’s client, a controlled
mental health patient, went out of control and suffered dramatic hallucinations
and regression, loss of her employment, inability to cope, and morbid
fear. The appellate court held that the causation evidence adduced is
sufficient to require trial.
Domina Law Group pc llo has handled many Medical Malpractice lawsuits across
the United States. Several of these cases have been successfully settled
for our clients - often on the courthouse steps the morning of Trial.
Many cases must be tried, which is why you need lawyers on your side that
actually go to Court and talk to juries!