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According to the National Practitioner Data Bank’s Data Analysis Tool, hundreds of allegations and claims of medical malpractice have been filed in Georgia between 2018 and 2023.

The number of these adverse action reports (AARs) totaled 5,289 for the five-year period, with the years 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 each contributing 900 or more AARs to this total.

Negligence and malpractice by a doctor, nurse, or other care provider violates the trust you placed in that professional’s skill and attentiveness. The wounds from these events are more than just physical — they can also be financial, mental, and emotional. No matter how such an event impacts you, you deserve fair and just compensation.

The experienced trial attorneys at Seay/Felton, LLC understand how these careless acts can impact you. Our Georgia medical malpractice lawyers are intimately familiar with Georgia’s malpractice laws and how they can be used to help you achieve justice and recover financial compensation.

Contact us today, and let us show you the difference having a dedicated advocate on your side can make.

Medical Malpractice in Georgia Explained

Georgia law requires every adult to act with reasonable care toward others so as not to cause unnecessary harm. Doctors, nurses, and other workers are no exception. These individuals are also expected to perform their duties with skill and appropriate caution.

Malpractice occurs when a medical provider commits an avoidable error that injures you or a loved one. Avoidable errors are mistakes and omissions a reasonably careful provider faced with the same situation would not have committed. Common examples include:

  • Failing to diagnose a condition promptly and accurately
  • Prescribing or dispensing the incorrect medication or dosage
  • Operating on an incorrect body part or organ
  • Leaving surgical tools or foreign objects in an incision or wound
  • Not adequately monitoring a patient’s vital signs during a procedure

When these and similar lapses in judgment lead to injuries, negative medical outcomes, or other adverse effects, Seay/Felton can offer crucial assistance.

Proving malpractice can be difficult and may require the use of medical and other experts. Our firm has the resources to build a solid claim for compensation and ensure that your or your loved one’s needs are adequately addressed.

Time Limits to File for Medical Malpractice in Georgia

You only have a limited amount of time to file for compensation after being injured by your healthcare provider.

This period is known as the statute of limitations, and in Georgia, it’s only two years. Failing to file a medical malpractice claim within this two-year window can mean losing any opportunity to recover compensation for your injuries.

At Seay/Felton, we understand that being hurt by a careless doctor or nurse can be an unnerving and confusing experience. With over 50 years of combined legal experience helping injured Georgians like yourself, we can assure you that your claim is in good hands.

We don’t charge any fees if we don’t win your case, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us for a case review.

What to Expect When You Retain Seay/Felton Trial Attorneys

You might hesitate to ask for help with your claim because you aren’t sure how an attorney can aid you. When you work with Seay/Felton, our team of qualified Georgia medical malpractice lawyers and support staff will perform the following duties:

  • Collect your medical records, bills, and other important documents
  • Investigate your claim by talking with your provider and other witnesses
  • Ensure that your claim for compensation is filed in a timely manner
  • Quantify your losses so you know how much your claim might be worth
  • Attempt to settle your claim on terms that are fair to you
  • Take your case to court, if necessary

One of the key attributes of our firm is our extensive track record of achieving favorable settlements and successful case outcomes for our valued clients. We fully understand the substantial financial and emotional challenges that often accompany personal injuries. Our primary commitment is to secure the compensation essential to assist you on your path to rebuilding your life.

How Long Does It Take to Settle a Georgia Malpractice Case?

Unfortunately, there’s no way to know exactly how long your case will take to reach a settlement or verdict. Many factors combine to determine how long a case takes to resolve, some of which you can’t control. Some cases resolve within weeks, while others can take months or longer.

One thing you can control is the law firm you hire to represent you. Choosing a firm like Seay/Felton that’s successfully handled numerous claims can mean the difference between being compensated quickly and fairly and receiving a settlement that’s too low to address your injuries, lost wages, and other losses.

Proven Success: Our Results Speak For Themselves

One feature of Georgia medical malpractice cases is that your claim must be accompanied by an expert witness’s affidavit describing how the care you received fell below acceptable professional standards. Seay/Felton has connections with reputable expert witnesses who can meet this vital requirement.


Our client faced a life-altering situation when a doctor failed to recognize and treat her spinal cord injury sustained in a car wreck, resulting in permanent paralysis from the waist down. At our firm, we stand by our clients with an unmatched blend of expertise and a fervent commitment to securing the compensation and restoration they rightfully deserve. Discover our impressive track record and view our history of successful settlements as we relentlessly pursue justice for those affected by medical negligence and personal injury.

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Contact Seay/Felton to Schedule Your Consultation

If you suspect that the negligent actions of a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or other medical provider led to your injury, there’s no time to waste. Contact Seay/Felton, LLC today to request a no-obligation case consultation and start building your claim.

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