The Thompson Law Firm has obtained successful verdicts and settlements in even the most complex cases.
Attorney H. Lee Thompson´s hard work for injured clients has earned him a place in Who’s Who in American Law, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the Midwest, and Who’s Who in the World.
Throughout his career, Attorney Thompson has been an active member of many prestigious professional organizations. From 1995 to 1997, he served as an executive board member of the Birth Trauma Litigation counsel of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America’s Medical Negligence Litigation Group. In 2000, H. Lee Thompson acted as chairman of the Professional Negligence Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Attorney Thompson has also lectured and presented for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Attorney H. Lee Thompson is affiliated with the American College of Legal Medicine, the Medical Negligence Exchange Group, the Ohio Association of Trial Lawyers Board of Trustees, the Ohio Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the National Bar Association, the American Board of Forensic Examiners, American Association for Justice, the American Trial Lawyers Association, the National Association of Consumer Advocates, and is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Cerebral Palsy Case
Attorney H. Lee Thompson secured a $3.4 million settlement in a cerebral palsy case that began in 1997 and was settled in February of 2005. The case involved nursing, obstetrical malpractice, and failing to timely deliver a fetal distress baby. As a result, the child suffered neurological and brain injuries and is permanently paralyzed.
Nursing Home Malpractice Case
Attorney H. Lee Thompson obtained a confidential six-figure settlement on behalf of an Alzheimer’s patient and his two daughters in 2003. The case involved assault by a nurse aide who had prior domestic abuse convictions, which were not found or verified by her employer at the nursing home.
Wrongful Death Case
Attorney H. Lee Thompson won the wrongful death case that was appealed to the Supreme Court of Ohio. The Supreme Court of Ohio ruled that wrongful death arbitration clauses may not be imposed on the unwilling. It is unconstitutional to require the deceased’s beneficiaries to arbitrate the wrongful death claim when there is no signed arbitration agreement by the beneficiaries.
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