Settlements & Verdicts
Have you or a loved one sustained an injury? What that injury the direct result of a negligent act done by a medical professional? At The Tolson Firm, LLC, we provide serious legal representation for the seriously injured. Choosing the right lawyer is absolutely crucial to your malpractice case and you need legal representation that you can count on. Our lead attorney, Audrey Tolson, can fight to help maximize the amount of compensation for your claim and seek justice on your behalf. She is an avid advocate for client rights and she will do everything in her power to help you succeed. Our Atlanta medical malpractice attorney has already attained countless victories and recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for past clients. At The Tolson Firm, LLC, we strive to deliver the highest quality service and result for our clients and their families. Please look over some of our recent results.
Wrongful death of father and son while repairing ceiling tiles in train station. Train traffic that'd been stopped for the purpose of completing the repairs were negligently sent back through the station.
Post judgment settlement of wrongful death trucking case.
Verdict in a premises liability case versus Georgia DOT.
Wrongful death of 5-year-old brother and sister due to an improperly graded railroad crossing and improper signalization.
Medical malpractice settlement for delay in delivery resulting in brain damage to baby during delivery.
Medical malpractice/wrongful death case for failure to recognize and treat HELLP syndrome and DIC in a young mother immediately after delivery.
Medical malpractice resulting in wrongful death of a 33-year-old man hospitalized after undergoing surgery on disk at the base of his neck. He developed a hematoma in his neck after surgery that was allowed to grow until it completely restricted his air supply, despite the fact that he repeatedly complained of difficulty breathing.
Medical malpractice resulting from a D&C ordered after a doctor wrongfully diagnosed patient with a miscarriage. After starting D&C procedure, doctor realized that fetus was still alive and stopped procedure. Patient went into pre-mature labor a week later and baby did not survive.
Medical malpractice resulting in the death of a 4-year-old boy who was hospitalized after a tonsillectomy and was given a fatal overdose of morphine.
Wrongful death of 40-year-old man in rear collision by tractor trailer.
Wrongful death/premises liability case of a 30-year-old man who was choked to death by security guards for refusing to leave property.
Policy limits settlement (primary and excess) for a 34-year-old woman involved in a T-bone collision with a landscaping work truck causing traumatic brain injury, broken pelvis, and facial scarring.
Wrongful death of a 9-year-old girl in a premises liability case resulting from an apartment complex's failure to provide adequate security.
Medical malpractice and premises liability case involving failure to provide proper monitoring and case for sedated patient in a mental health facility. While sedated, patient was raped by another patient who was HIV positive. Patient did not contract HIV during the attack.
Wrongful death of 65-year-old man in collision with delivery truck who failed to yield the right of way and driver was unable to stop in a timely manner due to company's failure to properly maintain the delivery truck.
Medical malpractice due to failure to monitor and access mother after childbirth resulting in mother bleeding to death while unattended. This case also involved false documentation with nurse charting ahead with vital sign entries documented for time frames after patient was pronounced dead.
Wrongful death of young boy as passenger in a tractor trailer driven by his adult brother. The brother presumably fell asleep at the wheel.
Wrongful death of toddler to rear end collision by delivery driver following too closely.
Medical malpractice case resulting in the wrongful death of a 30 year old man who contracted necrotizing fasciitis after being hospitalized for treatment of non-life threatening gunshot wounds to his legs.
Policy limits settlement in medical malpractice action for failure to administer routine childhood vaccine, resulting in toddler contracting pneumococcal disease. The child suffered significant brain damage.
Medical malpractice resulting from toddler receiving 2nd and 3rd degree burns from a procedure light allowed to come into contact with his skin while sedated from performance of an MRI.
Medical malpractice involving death of 49-year-old woman who bled to death while hospitalized after hysterectomy due to lack of nurse monitoring.
Medical malpractice resulting in wrongful death of 65 year old woman during hospitalization after surgery. Patient was given Phenergan and had an immediate allergic reaction, which nurses failed to recognize and treat.
Wrongful death of 64-year-old woman due to an improper signal and grading railroad crossing.
Medical malpractice case resulting from doctor's failure to report abnormal mammogram results to patient. The failure to report resulted in a 2 year delay in diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
Medical malpractice/wrongful death of 23-year-old woman who died as a result of a thyroid storm three hours after being diagnosed with a virus and discharged from a hospital emergency room.
Wrongful death of child after drowning in an open septic tank.
Partial settlement (one of three defendants) in wrongful death/medical malpractice case for failure to advise 62-year-old female patient of abnormal chest X-ray, resulting in delayed treatment of lung cancer.
Settlement for wrongful death of 73-year-old male patient due to failure to properly diagnose and treat pulmonary embolism.
Medical malpractice resulting in wrongful death of a toddler due to free clinic's failure to provide adequate vaccination. The child contracted a pneumococcal disease.
Medical malpractice resulting from a botched breast reduction they took patient from J cup bra to smaller than A cup bra and left patient with no remaining breast tissue.