Our Commitment To Medical Malpractice Victims
Our lawyers at Taylor & Tucker, LLC, have been providing dedicated advocacy for the victims of medical malpractice since we first opened our personal injury law firm. Partner Brandon Taylor has also been selected in Super Lawyers from 2020 to 2022.
In Georgia, health care professionals and hospitals win at trial approximately 90 percent of the time; our team at Taylor & Tucker, LLC, makes a positive recovery in 95 to 98 percent of the cases we take and pursue.
We have set a high standard of professional excellence for ourselves, and we are proud to provide continued excellence in representing the victims of medical malpractice in Georgia.
We make a positive recovery in over 98% of the cases we pursue.
Types Of Medical Malpractice Injuries
Medical malpractice comes in many different forms, from anesthesia errors to medication errors to nursing errors and more. Health care professionals have a responsibility to protect their patients and to make sure that individuals in their care receive the best possible treatment and attention. When this does not happen, the doctors or hospital can be liable for any injuries they cause.
Injuries resulting from medical malpractice may include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Other closed head injuries
- Bone fractures
- Birth injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
Furthermore, a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis could result in a condition getting much worse than it would have if the doctor had properly identified it when he or she should have. Our law team is here to stand by you during these times.
For information and advice on your case, please call or fill out our contact form to schedule a free consultation.
We have locations in Peachtree City and Atlanta. We work throughout Georgia.
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