Bill Settles Speaks on “Common Charting Errors”

On November 6, 2012, Firm Partner Bill Settles spoke to a group of students in the  Nurse Anesthesia Program at Clarkson College.  The topic of the presentation was “Common Charting Errors”.  Mr. Settles frequently teaches classes concerning medical-legal issues to nursing and medical students, residents and fellows in all specialties of medicine, and office managers and hospital administrators.  Mr. Settles’ presentation explained the purposes of medical charting, described the use of the medical chart in litigation, and set forth common charting pitfalls for practitioners to avoid.  The purpose of the presentation was to familiarize the students with the litigation process and to provide them with pointers that may help them avoid being sued.  It has been the Firm’s experience that good charting practices are the best defense to medical malpractice claims, and we attempt to reinforce those practices to young practitioners whenever possible.

Cass County CASA Golf Tournament

Cass County CASA Golf Tournament

Attorneys Brian Brislen, Sean Minahan, Stacy Morris and Gage Cobb represented Lamson, Dugan and Murray in the annual Cass County CASA Golf Tournament on August 11, 2012 at the Quarry Oaks Golf Course in South Bend, Nebraska.  While the LDM team did not bring home first place, their participation helped raise the necessary funds for this very important program.  LDM has sponsored a team the last four years.

The Cass County Court Appointed Special Advocates is a volunteer program established to assist and guide abused and neglected children through the legal process.  Partner Sean Minahan is the President of the Board of Directors for the Cass County CASA program.

Welcome to our new Website!

Welcome to our new Website!

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website with a brand new look. While much of our content is the same, it is our hope that you enjoy the new site and find the information you are seeking with ease. We have tested our site internally for several months but are aware that our users may experience a bug or two. Please feel free to provide us with any feedback you might have.

We’d also like to thank the great team at Bozell in Omaha for the design and development.