Federal Civil Rights & Corrections Healthcare Defense

London Amburn represents medical staff members of correctional facilities throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina in malpractice and civil rights cases filed against them by inmates. The firm is proud to defend the physicians, nurses, nurse assistants and other providers who render medical care in the challenging correctional healthcare setting. These cases include allegations of constitutional violations filed in federal courts as well as claims under the state medical malpractice statutes filed in state court. In addition to representing several national correctional healthcare companies, London Amburn was recently retained to defend healthcare providers in Tennessee’s penitentiary system in litigation filed against them. The correctional healthcare practice group has the experience to successfully represent the unique needs of the correctional healthcare practitioners through each phase of litigation.

Our Experienced Civil Rights Attorneys

Heidi A. Barcus (Chair)

Heidi A. Barcus (Chair)

Meagan Davis Collver

Meagan Davis Collver

Jason H. Long

Jason H. Long

Charles S. J. Sharrett

Charles S. J. Sharrett

Daniel T. Swanson

Daniel T. Swanson

Andrew R. Tillman

Andrew R. Tillman

R. Luke Widener

R. Luke Widener

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Federal Civil Rights & Corrections Healthcare Defense

London Amburn represents medical staff members of correctional facilities throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina in malpractice and civil rights cases filed against them by inmates. The firm is proud to defend the physicians, nurses, nurse assistants and other providers who render medical care in the challenging correctional healthcare setting. These cases include allegations of constitutional violations filed in federal courts as well as claims under the state medical malpractice statutes filed in state court. In addition to representing several national correctional healthcare companies, London Amburn was recently retained to defend healthcare providers in Tennessee’s penitentiary system in litigation filed against them. The correctional healthcare practice group has the experience to successfully represent the unique needs of the correctional healthcare practitioners through each phase of litigation.

Our Experienced Civil Rights Attorneys

Heidi A. Barcus (Chair)

Heidi A. Barcus (Chair)

Meagan Davis Collver

Meagan Davis Collver

Jason H. Long

Jason H. Long

Charles S. J. Sharrett

Charles S. J. Sharrett

Daniel T. Swanson

Daniel T. Swanson

Andrew R. Tillman

Andrew R. Tillman

R. Luke Widener

R. Luke Widener