When we go to a medical practitioner for treatment, we trust that our health, and our lives, will be well taken care of. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Medical malpractice is an increasing problem in our country, with countless individuals being harmed by misdiagnoses, medication errors, surgical errors, infections in hospitals, and contaminated instruments. If you, or a loved one, have been victimized by medical negligence, it may be in your best interest to contact an Alpharetta medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible. Like any person who suffers injury as a result of negligence, you may be entitled to significant compensation for the losses you have sustained.
At The Tolson Firm, LLC, we have committed ourselves to protecting the rights of those affected by medical negligence. Ms. Tolson is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and The American Association of Justice. She has been invited into The Atlanta Trial Lawyers Society, and The National Trial Lawyers, both of which are elite and prestigious legal organizations honoring the accomplishments of dedicated Plaintiff's trial lawyers.
In our years of practice, we have addressed malpractice cases of all types. We have the knowledge, experience, and resources to represent victims in cases that involve failures to diagnose , emergency room errors, anesthesia errors, misdiagnosing cancer, Kaiser medical malpractice, Injuries caused by radiation, accidental paralysis, and wrongful death. We are also prepared to assist the parents of children who have suffered birth injuries, pediatric meningitis, or other injuries caused by medical negligence. If you are seeking compensation for malpractice related injuries, we urge you to contact our firm right away. We can provide you with a free consultation in which we will determine the best way to move forward in your case. Our attorney team is prepared to take legal action against the medical professionals responsible for your physical and emotional damages.
Malpractice is committed in a variety of medical disciplines, by a variety of people. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, hospital staff, and other medical professionals engage in negligent behavior that results in blood transfusion injuries, brain injuries, cosmetic surgery errors, medical equipment failure, and even patient suicide. There may be multiple individuals, or entities, responsible for your medical malpractice injury. By hiring a skilled attorney, you will increase the likelihood that every negligent party is held financially liable for your damages.
If you have been injured or made ill due to medical negligence, contact an Alpharetta medical malpractice lawyer who will aggressively protect your rights.