Lauren Walson

I am dedicated to advocating on behalf of those who have been injured by the negligent acts of others. It is my job to tenaciously seek justice and accountability from all liable parties and the maximum compensation you deserve. 

Lauren Walson


Lauren Walson is passionate about campaigning for justice and zealously advocating on behalf of those injured as a result of neglect, abuse, exploitation, or medical malpractice while in the care of hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or adult foster care homes. Ms. Walson has built a reputation of professional dedication and is known for her precise attention to detail, as she leaves no stone unturned in investigating matters and tenaciously seeking maximum compensatory recoveries.

Since gaining admission to the Michigan bar, Ms. Walson has worked tirelessly on matters related to wrongful death, medical malpractice, ordinary negligence, financial exploitation of elders, and healthcare fraud. She has drafted countless pleadings, including motions, responses, appeals, and facilitation summaries. As a Michigan medical malpractice attorney, she works vigorously to develop solid and successful strategies, so clients have significant chances of obtaining full and fair compensation.

Prior to joining Olsman MacKenzie Peacock & Wallace, P.C., Ms. Walson attended Michigan State University, earning a Bachelors of English with a Minor in Philosophy of Law, followed by law school at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she earned her Juris Doctor and served as Managing Editor of the Wisconsin International Law Journal.

How I Serve Clients

Whether for yourself or a loved one, hospital visits can be emotionally and physically taxing. While most individuals expect health care professionals to uphold an appropriate standard of care, many physicians, hospitals, and health care providers are negligent or engage in medical malpractice. Unfortunately, this negligence often leads to significant, lifelong injuries and even death.

Likewise, the decision to admit a loved one (such as a parent or grandparent) into a nursing home or long-term care facility is often a difficult transition, as it is stressful to entrust strangers with the care of a dependent family member. Also, individuals who can no longer care for themselves are regularly in the vulnerable position of being incapable of advocating on their own behalf when they receive inadequate, negligent care.

Injuries or deaths resulting from these circumstances can cause individuals and their families significant hurt, distress, and expense. My job, as a Michigan personal injury attorney, is to tenaciously seek justice and responsibility from all liable actors and the utmost compensation you deserve.

I am devoted to advocating on behalf of those who have been injured by the negligent acts of others. Call our office today to schedule a complimentary consultation to learn about your legal options.