When we seek medical treatment, we put our trust in the expertise of doctors, nurses, and other professionals. When that trust is violated in an instance of medical malpractice, the results are often devastating. If you have been victimized by some form of medical negligence, such as a failure to diagnose, surgical error, medication error, or emergency room error, it is important to remember that you have rights. A Georgia medical malpractice attorney can help you protect those rights, by pursuing maximum injury compensation on your behalf. With this compensation, you may be able to cover all of the costs related to your injuries, including further medical treatment, rehabilitation, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
The Tolson Firm, LLC has been providing quality legal representation to individuals throughout Georgia for many years. A primary focus of our firm is medical malpractice cases, including those that involve misdiagnosis, misdiagnosing cancer, blood transfusion injuries, accidental paralysis, suicide as a result of medical negligence, Kaiser medical malpractice, and wrongful death. We also address malpractice cases involving children, including victims of birth injuries and pediatric meningitis. Our firm's founding and managing partner has been named as one of the Top 100 Female Lawyers in the state of Georgia, and one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Georgia for four years straight. Before establishing our firm, she was personally recruited as the first attorney for the Atlanta office of Johnny Cochran's law firm. Her 20+ years of legal experience has given our firm a significant advantage in being able to effectively protect the rights of malpractice victims. If you or a loved one has been injured or made ill due to malpractice, contact us for a free consultation. We are available to provide assistance in Fulton County, Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Decatur, DeKalb County, Marietta, Gainesville, Lawrenceville and Cobb County.
Medical malpractice can come in a variety of forms, and occur in many different medical disciplines. Injuries caused by radiation, anesthesia errors, cosmetic surgery errors, infections in hospitals, blood transfusion injuries, brain injuries, contaminated instruments, and medical equipment failure are all examples of malpractice that can result in serious injury to an individual, or even death. As a person seeking medical treatment, you deserve a professional level of care. When you are denied this due to negligence, you are entitled to take action to recover compensation for the damages you have suffered.