About Matthew Nace

Matthew A. Nace focuses his practice in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury, trucking litigation, wrongful death, and other negligence cases. Read more about Matthew A. Nace.
Nov 4, 2022

Can I Delete My Personal Information From the Internet?

Just about everyone’s had a regrettable moment online. For some, it could be something as minor as an embarrassing middle-school photo. For others, it could be a serious slip in judgement that threatens to end a career. Still others simply want and need privacy. One safe assumption is that all of us have wondered at [...]

Sep 14, 2022

Why Is Medical Malpractice Handled in Civil Court?

In September of 2021, the husband of a former George Washington University Hospital patient filed a lawsuit against the healthcare facility for allegedly failing to diagnose his wife for cancer in 2018. Patrick Tate alleges that the medical professionals were negligent by failing to properly diagnose a cancerous tumor near his wife’s thymus gland. This [...]

Aug 18, 2021

Can You Ever Recover from a Spinal Cord Injury?

Spinal cord injuries can be life-changing injuries for many people. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, around 17,000 spinal cord injuries occur each year in the United States. That means each year, 17,000 people have to adjust to a new way of living, to come to terms with their injury, and to adjust [...]

Aug 11, 2021

What Kinds of Brain Injuries Are Caused by Medical Malpractice?

There are many ways in which brain injuries can be caused. A person can obtain a brain injury from a tragic car accident. A person could have suffered a gunshot wound and as a result acquired a brain injury. A person could have taken a traumatic fall and acquired a brain injury as a result. [...]

Jul 27, 2021

Christopher T. Nace Named 2021 Recipient of Howard Twiggs Award by AAJ

Paulson & Nace, PLLC is proud to announce that partner Christopher T. Nace is the 2021 recipient of the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Howard Twiggs award. The late Howard Twiggs was a trial attorney, state legislator, and former president of AAJ (then known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America). The Howard Twiggs [...]

Apr 28, 2021

Medicare Costs May Increase for Some Procedures

Some medical procedures for people on Medicare may, starting on January 1, 2021, be classified as out-patient procedures instead of hospital procedures. The difference in classification affects the payment for the procedures. Generally, health-providers (such as hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and physicians) can charge more for hospital procedures than they can charge for outpatient procedures. [...]

Aug 12, 2020

Is It Ever “Okay” to Withhold Information from a Patient?

Ethics is always a hot topic when discussing the medical profession. There are plenty of doctors who always make ethical decisions when dealing with their patients. However, there are times when ethics come into question because of information being withheld. Is it ever okay for a doctor to withhold information from a patient? When looking [...]

Jun 24, 2020

Business Interruption Insurance and Civil Authority

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting businesses nationwide including companies in and around Washington DC. While some government assistance has been approved through the Small Business Association, most business are struggling to pay their overhead bills, keep employees on staff, and provide online and essential services. Businesses, are looking for ways to stay afloat. One avenue [...]

Jan 29, 2020

When Doctors Drop Babies During Delivery

A soon-to-be-mother thinks about what the birth of her child will be like throughout her entire pregnancy. No matter how many stories she hears or videos she watches, she knows it’s one of those things that you have to experience to really know how it’s going to work. Babies just aren’t predictable. Still, she knows [...]

Dec 26, 2019

If a Loved One Dies in a Hospital, Is It Medical Malpractice or Wrongful Death?

Medical professionals who harm patients due to negligence may be liable for medical malpractice. But what happens when your loved one dies? Is it still a medical malpractice claim, or is it a wrongful death claim? No matter what the original cause was – a surgical error, a car crash, a fall down a broken [...]

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Chris Nace was fantastic. I was clueless about what my rights were after an injury, and he explained every step of the process. The firm took care of everything right up through the settlement! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ [Google Review]