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When people suffer an injury as a result of medical negligence, they often do not receive a proper explanation of how or why the incident occurred. At G. Eric Nielson & Associates, we understand our clients’ frustrations in searching for answers and difficulties in dealing with preventable injuries. With decades of experience, our attorneys offer personal attention and skillful representation in medical malpractice lawsuits.
With over 20 years of experience, we are committed to assisting victims of medical negligence and strive to get our clients answers and proper compensation.
With our specialization in the areas of medical malpractice, products liability and birth injuries, you can trust us to give you the best possible legal representation in these areas.
We pride ourselves in understanding, and being sensitive to, the profound emotional and financial challenges our clients face as they navigate a medical malpractice situation.
We devote our practice to assisting victims of medical negligence, and strive to get our clients answers and proper compensation.
Recently, G. Eric Nielson & Associates, a leading medical malpractice lawyer in Utah, settled a severe birth injury case for over four and a half million dollars. This case involved, unfortunately, all of the sad clichés that are seen in modern medicine.
"John," a 43 year old mail-carrier with 6 children, notices a lump on the back of his neck just above his collar line. The lump is removed and sent to pathology for analysis.
A 58-year-old woman goes to the doctor for knee surgery. She wants to enjoy square dancing with her husband. She has also been left with three grandchildren under the age of seven to raise in her home.