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To parents of children injured at birth

Tyrone Law Firm is the only legal counsel that can make a real impact on the future development and life of your child, unlike other law firms that don’t do everything possible to win cases in court, who don’t rely on the latest cutting-edge tools in trial law, and who don’t have a track record of winning top settlements and cases in Georgia.

Something went wrong during the birth of your child

…and now they are missing important milestones in their development. You’re not sure what lasting impact a mistake or oversight at the hospital may have to do with your child’s situation. You have no guidance, research, or recourse about your specific situation, and you don’t know how to tell if someone may be responsible. You are worried that you may have to rely on government assistance for the rest of your child’s life, and that it won’t be enough to give them the life they deserve.

You want to do everything possible to provide a better life for your child.

You want the help and advice of the best doctors, specialists, and lawyers available. You want to fully understand the challenges that await the future of you and your family. You want answers around the legal responsibility of the doctors and medical staff who were in charge of your child’s birth. You want someone experienced to listen to your story and who can ask the right kind of questions to understand your situation. You need to know if you have a case, and if so, that you’re giving yourself the best possible chance to win it.

Now that you have worked with Tyrone Law Firm

…you have a fuller understanding of your child’s issues and needs, and what may have caused them. You have the greatest resources at your disposal, and you have one of the highest regarded birth injury lawyers in the country fighting for your family. You can now feel satisfied you’re doing everything possible to better your child’s life.

You have a story about what happened to your child.

Nelson Tyrone and his team can help you find out if you have a case.

Nothing is more heartbreaking than a family whose life has been forever altered due to the occurrence of a severe birth injury in their newborn. A birth injury is a devastating event for both the child and the family. Here at the Tyrone Law Firm, we specialize in cases as medically complex as birth injury. We have a track record of representing clients in birth injury cases successfully, including a recent birth injury case where we obtained the largest medical malpractice verdict in the history of Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Nelson O. Tyrone III Trial Lawyer

Nelson O. Tyrone III | Trial Lawyer

Tell us your story


Dear Nelson,

When our daughter was killed by a drunk driver, our grandson was without a mother, our son-in-law was without a wife, and we were faced with not only the emotional tragedy of losing a child, but also the task of finding a means of rectifying this grave wrong. It became obvious that most of the law firms’ first interest was money.

Fortunately, we found you. From our first meeting, you showed a compassion and genuine interest in our emotional welfare. We immediately formed a bond of trust. You talked with each family member and genuinely listened to our pain to better know our daughter. You offered us hope and a means to find solace and closure to the great grief we were experiencing.

As we worked through the legal process, we have repeatedly been deeply impressed with your attentiveness to details, to your sincere commitments of keeping us informed, and being a counselor with a heart. You are the epitome of what a true professional attorney should be, and we thank you for that.


La Jean Nichols

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Cerebral Palsy in the News: The Pease Brothers

Living with cerebral palsy can be debilitating and can make certain every day activities more difficult to perform. However, many who are affected with cerebral palsy lead quite normal, and sometimes extraordinary, lives. One particularly inspiring example is Kyle Pease, an Atlanta, Georgia native who was diagnosed at an early age with cerebral palsy, according to the website for the Kyle Pease Foundation. “Though Kyle transports himself in a wheelchair,” the website says, “his participation in school, work, and leisure activities has never suffered.” With the help of his brother, Brent, Kyle created the Kyle Pease Foundation, which “promotes success for young persons with disabilities by providing assistance to meet their individual needs through sports and competition. Programs include scholarship opportunities, purchasing adaptive sports equipment, and participating in educational campaigns around cerebral palsy.” The foundation was created with the goal of raising awareness and funding to help those with disabilities succeed in life. By all accounts, it appears Kyle has made the most of life not only through the foundation, but also through his personal successes. According to the foundation’s website, Kyle attended Kennesaw State University and majored in sports management, where he consistently achieved a B average while simultaneously staying physically active, being involved in a fraternity and Kennesaw’s disabled student organization, and helping to design disabled athlete-friendly sports facilities, among many other activities. Moreover, Kyle stays physically active by playing adaptive sports such as soccer and baseball. His brother, Brent, has completed many triathlons with Kyle as well, and the two “have always shared a special bond and have constantly looked for ways to include everyone in... read more

Cerebral Palsy in the News: A 57-Mile Walk for Awareness

Awareness walks can be a powerful tool in raising awareness for cerebral palsy, a condition that results from injuries to a child’s brain during birth or while in the womb. In the case of 15-year-old Hunter Gandee, however, the walk went a step further: Hunter strapped Braden, his 8-year-old brother who is afflicted with cerebral palsy, to his back, and proceeded to trek 57 miles across southern Michigan. According to an article on, Hunter completed the walk as a part of the awareness walk he planned, called Cerebral Palsy Swagger. Hunter has said that “walking is [Braden’s] biggest struggle” and that he wanted to show people that. Many participated in the walk, and Hunter stated that at least fifteen people were constantly by his side during the process. Hunter never thought the walk would become so big, having initially planned only for his friends to participate. But his expectations were well exceeded when the entire student body of Braden’s school, consisting of 550 students, started the trek with Hunter and Braden. The walk began at Braden’s school and ended at the University of Michigan Pediatric Rehabilitation Center in Ann Arbor, where Braden has a surgery scheduled for lataer this month. While the walk accomplished Hunter’s goal of bringing awareness to the condition, a spokeswoman for United Cerebral Palsy also noted that the event “gives us a glimpse of the unique relationship that frequently forms between siblings when one has a disablity.” According to the official Cerebral Palsy Swagger Facebook page, Hunter seeks to raise money to build a cerebral palsy-friendly playground at his brother’s elementary school through a... read more

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At the Nelson O. Tyrone Law Firm we represent clients who have been seriously injured. No two cases are alike. That’s why we represent the individual – and their family – one client at a time.

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$13.9 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Verdict in Birth Injury Case.  Dempsey v. Gwinnett Hospital System, State Court of Gwinnett County, 2013.

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