Medical Malpractice Attorney
The Lawyer-Doctor Advantage:
Why Dr. Tolliver became an attorney
Dr. Jack Tolliver is a lawyer and doctor who exclusively represents victims of medical malpractice throughout Kentucky. Based in Louisville, Dr. Tolliver is a former medical school professor and board-certified physician. He is one of the few malpractice lawyers in the nation and the only one in Kentucky with these credentials.
As a physician, Dr. Tolliver witnessed too many patients injured after receiving negligent medical care. Instead of trying to fight the medical system from the inside, Dr. Tolliver realized he could create greater change by fighting it from the outside. He opened his law practice with the goal to improve the medical community by holding negligent hospitals, doctors, and nursing homes accountable. His experience and success as both a lawyer and doctor gives Dr. Tolliver the edge when assessing medical malpractice cases and dealing with trained medical personnel.
Why Do You Need a Lawyer Who Only Handles Medical Malpractice?
Unlike many other types of injury cases, medical malpractice cases frequently involve doctors, expert medical witnesses, and technical records. Your attorney must skillfully explain the medical and legal issues involved in your case to the jury and judge to recover the best settlement or verdict. That’s why you need an attorney with both the medical knowledge and legal track record to represent your case.
This is what sets Dr. Tolliver apart: his experience as both a successful doctor and lawyer.
Medical Experience. Legal Success.®
If you or someone you love is the victim of medical malpractice or negligence, call our office toll-free today at 855-865-5483 for a free consultation. Our law firm represents Kentucky clients in cases involving birth injury, cerebral palsy, misdiagnoses and more. We never pass on costs and expenses if we do not recover damages. All of our cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, so there is no cost to you until we succeed.
Serving clients across Kentucky, including Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, Owensboro, Covington, Hopkinsville, Richmond, Florence, Georgetown, Henderson, Elizabethtown, Ashland, Pikeville, Frankfort, and Paducah.