Laura Hall is an associate in the Atlanta office of Hall Booth Smith. Ms. Hall concentrates her practice in the healthcare industry, with an emphasis on long term care and senior housing. She regularly represents and advises healthcare providers facilities in civil litigation and liability claims, as well as regulatory and administrative matters.
Ms. Hall received her J.D. from the Charleston School of Law, where she was recognized for her commitment to Pro Bono Service for her work with Judge Marvin H. Dukes, III, the Charleston County Public Defenders, and the United States Senate.
Prior to law school, Ms. Hall attended Auburn University where she earned a B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis on Public Administration.
Ms. Hall has experience representing long term care and senior housing facilities including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and personal care homes in all phases of litigation. Additionally, she maintains a regulatory practice, advising providers of long term care and skilled nursing services on compliance with Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. She assists facilities with internal incident investigations, risk management, and policy development.
Ms. Hall works with health care providers including long term care providers with legislative matters including legislative interpretation and policy impact analysis.
Ms. Hall represents hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care entities in administrative and civil matters. She also consults with healthcare providers on a variety of legal issues including but not limited to:
• Medical Records Documentation
• Informed Consent
• General Consent
• Hospital Ethics Committee Issues
• Mental Health Commitment
• Risk Prevention
• Medical Staff Issues
• Regulatory Issues
Ms. Hall represents a variety of professionals including attorneys, directors, officers, and agents sued for negligence, fraud and fiduciary breaches in a variety of corporate environments including health care organizations.
Ms. Hall has defended hospitals, physicians, nurses, dentists, staffing agencies and other medical defendants in all phases of medical malpractice litigation involving alleged negligent care and treatment, negligent misdiagnosis, lack of consent, and wrongful death.