The Mabrey Firm, P.C. aggressively investigates and pursues cases involving medical professionals who make mistakes that cause injury or death to a patient. This is called Medical Malpractice. Medical malpractice can result in significant medical expenses, economic losses, and a lifetime of pain and suffering to the injured patient. We work hard to obtain just compensation for these victims.
Complex medical cases require experienced medical malpractice lawyers.
Our medical malpractice attorneys have extensive experience pursuing cases against medical practice groups, individual doctors, hospitals, health maintenance organizations, and nursing homes. We have successfully handled cases ranging from birth injuries, misdiagnosis of a life-threatening condition, medication errors, surgical mishaps, misreading of x-rays, and infections related to treatment. Our cases have involved not only deaths, but also debilitating injuries such as spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, coma, amputation, and cancer. We have fought aggressively to obtain millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients.
John Mabrey is board certified by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys, a distinction that places him in a select few among medical malpractice attorneys throughout the entire state of Georgia. Carla Mabrey previously represented physicians, hospitals and insurance companies before dedicating her practice to the representation of victims of medical negligence. More than 24 years of experience has armed us with extensive knowledge of medical issues and solid understanding of the laws that govern these cases. This, in turn, has empowered us to consistently obtain significant results for our clients.
Our Atlanta medical malpractice lawyers are ready to fight for you.
If you believe that you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of a medical provider’s negligence, contact us today for your free case evaluation. Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys are ready to assist you.