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Defense Against Medical Negligence

Quinlivan & Hughes, P.A., has extensive experience defending health care providers against claims of medical malpractice. With offices in St. Cloud, Long Prairie, Monticello and Little Falls, we represent hospitals, clinics, physicians, nurses and other health care providers throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin when their care and treatment is questioned. We have defended:

  • Medical specialists ranging from orthopedists and cardiologists to neurologists, internal medicine physicians and anesthesiologists
  • Surgeons such as orthopedic, oral and neurosurgeons
  • Family care providers, including obstetricians and family practice physicians
  • Emergency medicine physicians
  • Other health care providers such as dentists, nurse practitioners and registered nurses
  • Medical facilities, including hospitals and clinics

As skilled litigators with a reputation of success, our attorneys are prepared to use every resource available to aggressively defend your case.

Experienced Long-Term Care Defense

We are frequently involved in investigating potential claims and defending lawsuits against health care providers in the long-term care industry. We represent and defend skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and all related adult care providers in lawsuits and adverse agency findings, including substantiated findings of neglect or maltreatment against individuals and facilities. Our attorneys represent the employees of these facilities, including administrators, nurses and nonlicensed staff. Likewise, we advise, represent and defend health care management companies in lawsuits and investigations.

Professional Licensure Issues

Have you received a letter from your professional board about a complaint filed about your care and treatment? Does this letter from your professional board ask/request/demand you respond to the complaint? Does the letter from your professional board ask/request/demand you meet with an investigator from the Attorney General’s office, the board’s complaint committee or a board representative to discuss your care and treatment?

If your answer is yes to one or all these questions, we strongly recommend you secure qualified legal representation and assistance. We have the experience you need to see you through whatever medical malpractice matters you face.

Discuss Your Options With Skilled Attorney

Let the medical malpractice and licensure professionals at Quinlivan & Hughes, P.A., work with you to obtain the best possible results for your case. Call our offices at 320-200-4928 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.