Those who are in need of tenacious representation after facing catastrophic personal injury turn to Dellacona Law Firm in Macon, Georgia. We are well-versed in handling a wide range of matters, including but not limited to:
- Medical malpractice: Anesthesia errors, emergency room mishaps, birth and brain injuries, surgical errors, prescription errors
- Nursing home and elder abuse
- Car and truck accidents
- Construction accidents
- Wrongful death
Clients opt to hire attorney Tracey L. Dellacona – the firm's owner – due to her unique and valuable background as a nurse. With a wealth of prior experience in the health care sector, she brings a nuanced understanding of medical intricacies to the legal realm. This distinctive blend of legal experience and nursing knowledge makes her a formidable advocate, especially in cases with medical or health care-related nuances. Clients appreciate her ability to decipher complex medical information and communicate effectively with medical professionals.
The attorneys at our firm are prestigious members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, The National Trial Lawyers and the American Association for Justice. Additionally, Ms. Dellacona's has been rated AV Preeminent* through Martindale-Hubbell for her high ethical and professional standards.
Over the years, we have secured some noteworthy settlements and verdicts for our clients including a $7.6 million verdict for the family of a disabled adult in a wrongful death suit, $9.2 million in a medical malpractice case, $5 million for a client whose leg was amputated and $2 million in a delayed diagnosis case.
We can help you, too. Discuss your situation with us in a free initial consultation. You can also speak with us virtually if you are unable to visit us.
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