Why choose the team at Olsman MacKenzie Peacock and Wallace as your child’s birth injury and medical malpractice attorneys?
If you’ve had a child who has sustained a birth injury, undoubtedly you will want to retain the best birth injury lawyer available in seeking full compensation for your child’s injuries.
With us, it’s personal. We are grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles that care for and love our children. Your family and your needs are important to us. If your child suffered an injury because of a medical mistake, we want to be a member of your team. We are here to listen, here to answer your questions, and here to help you ensure your child gets the care and support they are entitled to under the law.
Our Legal and Medical Experience
Our nursing staff has over 50 years combined experience in medical-legal cases and ensure we know the medicine as well as the law. Our nurses support both our attorneys as well as our clients.
Our team of attorneys has over 60 years of practice in multiple areas where medicine and the law intersect. We are experienced in every phase of litigating medical-legal cases including those involving children and babies. We’ve achieved multi-million dollar results for clients through settlements, verdicts and judgments. It is important to be represented by a firm that is experienced in all these areas. We offer our clients a track record of success in all arenas, including resolution before suit is filed, settlement after litigation, and verdicts obtained at trial.
Partners Jules B. Olsman and Donna M. MacKenzie are experienced trial lawyers and have worked extensively in medical malpractice cases involving children. They have experience in birth injury cases, and large-scale litigation, including representing children and their families in the Dr. Larry Nassar case against Michigan State University.
Attorney Emily G. Thomas specifically focuses her practice on serving clients in the area of birth injury. She is an active member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Birth Trauma Litigation Group and has written widely on birth injury litigation. She is also on the board of the Professional Negligence Section of AAJ, and former editor of the Professional Negligence newsletter.
With a background as a caregiver, Emily has a special connection with families caring for their loved ones. An injury or disability affects not only a child, but affects their entire family. Emily prefers to meet with her new clients in-person at their homes to understand their values and learn about how injury or disability impacts their everyday lives.
If you have questions regarding the care you or your baby received and believe a medical mistake was made, our team is only a phone call away. Please call us for a free consultation today at 800-366-8653.
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