Andrew Wilkinson

About Andrew Wilkinson

Andrew Wilkinson is an associate in the litigation department at Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP. His areas of expertise include personal injury defense, medical malpractice defense, and other litigation defense matters. Andrew has extensive first chair jury trial experience in civil and criminal cases. Before moving to Omaha, he practiced civil defense litigation in Waco, Texas and criminal defense in West Lafayette, Indiana. He has earned his clients favorable defense results at trial, including Take Nothing Judgments and Not Guilty verdicts. Andrew also has experience in appellate practice, including acting as lead attorney on a matter transferred to the Indiana Supreme Court during his second year of practice.

9 Nov, 2022

What to Expect at Mediation

2022-11-09T14:22:45-06:00November 9th, 2022|LDM MedMal Forum|

If you are involved in litigation, you have likely heard that most medical negligence cases are resolved prior to trial. You may not know the mechanics of how lawsuits reach resolutions. One of the most common methods is mediation. Mediation is a process in which the parties to a lawsuit meet with a neutral person (a mediator) who assists the parties with negotiating a settlement of the case. In recent [...]

4 Oct, 2022

Can a Nurse Be Sued for Following a Physician’s Order?

2022-10-04T11:51:45-05:00October 4th, 2022|LDM MedMal Forum|

Consider a scenario whereby an attending physician gives orders to a nursing staff to monitor a patient and report to the physician any changes in the patient’s condition.  Despite the nursing staff’s constant monitoring, quick reporting to the attending physician, and implementation of further physician-guided treatment, the patient takes a turn for the worse.  Will a lawyer be able to point the finger at those nurses and say they owed [...]

29 Jun, 2022

Don’t Let Medicaid Reimbursement Impact Settlements – SCOTUS Rules Medicaid Can Seek Reimbursement for Future Medical Expenses

2022-06-29T12:23:47-05:00June 29th, 2022|LDM MedMal Forum|

The Supreme Court of the United States recently expanded the ability of states to recoup health care costs from accident victims under the Medicaid Act. The case, Gallardo v. Marstiller, involved injuries sustained by a plaintiff when she was hit by a motor vehicle as she stepped off a school bus in Florida.  Florida’s Medicaid agency paid $862,688.77 for Ms. Gallardo’s initial medical expenses.  Ms. Gallardo, through her parents, sued the [...]

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