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Laura Hall Cartner

Laura Hall Cartner
191 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 2900
Atlanta, GA 30303-1775 

Laura concentrates her practice in the healthcare industry, regularly representing providers including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and sub-acute facilities in all phases of litigation related to both general and professional liability claims. She also maintains a regulatory practice, advising providers on regulatory compliance, assisting with internal investigations, self-reporting requirements, risk management, policy development and legislative interpretation.

Laura also assists local counsel, providers, and carriers with the evaluation and management of batch claims. She routinely assists with evaluation by identifying key factors and developing a matrix to produce a comprehensive assessment of liability, causation and damages. Her goal is to streamline the evaluation process–globally and as related to each individual claim. She assists with development of resolution strategies, and provides structured support throughout the litigation process.

As a member of the HBS Coronavirus Task Force and Aging Services Practice Group, Laura assists providers as they navigate fast-changing regulatory and legislative guidance at the federal, state and local level. She is also involved in the defense of providers facing liability claims arising from the coronavirus pandemic.

ADMITTED

  • Georgia (State and Superior Courts)
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Georgia Supreme Court

EDUCATION

  • J.D., Charleston School of Law
  • B.A., Auburn University, 2009

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Auburn Alumni Association
  • Atlanta Bar Association
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Georgia Bar Association
  • Georgia Defense Lawyers Association
  • Service Juris, Inc.
  • The Junior League of Atlanta

Recognitions

  • LTC Power Lawyers, Class of 2017

Presentations

  • “Issues with Causation and Damages in Nursing Home Cases,” State Bar of Georgia Nursing Home Litigation Livestream, September 2020
  • “Social Media: Impact on Liability Claims,” Hall Booth Smith Women’s Forum: Educate, Refresh, Relax, July 2018
  • “Evolving Social Media Pitfalls and Management Strategies for Providers,” American Society for Health Risk Management Annual Conference and Exhibition, October 2017
  • “Healthcare Employees and Social Media,” Vizient MidSouth Legal Defense & Risk Management Forum, October 2016
  • “Social Media Trends and their Impact on Liability,” Insurance Professionals of Atlanta, September 2016
  • “Former Employees,” Hall Booth Smith Seminar in the South, August 2016
  • “Disclosures: How Much is Too Much?” Georgia Health Care Association Bi-annual Convention, June 2016
Written by: Sandra Mekita Cianflone, Esq. and Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. On February 10, 2021, James V. Selna in the Central District of California denied Plaintiffs'
Written by: Alex Battey, Esq. and Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. In early 2019, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services created a podcast entitled “CMS Beyond
Written by: Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. and Kathleen Wilkinson, Esq. This year, the holiday season certainly looks a little different in light of the ongoing COVID-19
Written by: Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. and Anthony Petrozza, Esq. COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted long term care facility residents and staff. While most of us take
Written by: Drew Graham, Esq. and Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. On June 24, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) issued an updated set
ATLANTA – August 1, 2019 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is pleased to announce that 10 attorneys have been named Partner as the firm recognizes
Practice Specific Experience

Laura concentrates her practice in the healthcare industry, regularly representing providers including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and sub-acute facilities in all phases of litigation related to both general and professional liability claims. She also maintains a regulatory practice, advising providers on regulatory compliance, assisting with internal investigations, self-reporting requirements, risk management, policy development and legislative interpretation.

Laura also assists local counsel, providers, and carriers with the evaluation and management of batch claims. She routinely assists with evaluation by identifying key factors and developing a matrix to produce a comprehensive assessment of liability, causation and damages. Her goal is to streamline the evaluation process–globally and as related to each individual claim. She assists with development of resolution strategies, and provides structured support throughout the litigation process.

As a member of the HBS Coronavirus Task Force and Aging Services Practice Group, Laura assists providers as they navigate fast-changing regulatory and legislative guidance at the federal, state and local level. She is also involved in the defense of providers facing liability claims arising from the coronavirus pandemic.

ADMITTED

  • Georgia (State and Superior Courts)
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Georgia Supreme Court

EDUCATION

  • J.D., Charleston School of Law
  • B.A., Auburn University, 2009

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Auburn Alumni Association
  • Atlanta Bar Association
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Georgia Bar Association
  • Georgia Defense Lawyers Association
  • Service Juris, Inc.
  • The Junior League of Atlanta

Recognitions

  • LTC Power Lawyers, Class of 2017

Presentations

  • “Issues with Causation and Damages in Nursing Home Cases,” State Bar of Georgia Nursing Home Litigation Livestream, September 2020
  • “Social Media: Impact on Liability Claims,” Hall Booth Smith Women’s Forum: Educate, Refresh, Relax, July 2018
  • “Evolving Social Media Pitfalls and Management Strategies for Providers,” American Society for Health Risk Management Annual Conference and Exhibition, October 2017
  • “Healthcare Employees and Social Media,” Vizient MidSouth Legal Defense & Risk Management Forum, October 2016
  • “Social Media Trends and their Impact on Liability,” Insurance Professionals of Atlanta, September 2016
  • “Former Employees,” Hall Booth Smith Seminar in the South, August 2016
  • “Disclosures: How Much is Too Much?” Georgia Health Care Association Bi-annual Convention, June 2016
Written by: Sandra Mekita Cianflone, Esq. and Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. On February 10, 2021, James V. Selna in the Central District of California denied Plaintiffs'
Written by: Alex Battey, Esq. and Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. In early 2019, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services created a podcast entitled “CMS Beyond
Written by: Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. and Kathleen Wilkinson, Esq. This year, the holiday season certainly looks a little different in light of the ongoing COVID-19
Written by: Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. and Anthony Petrozza, Esq. COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted long term care facility residents and staff. While most of us take
Written by: Drew Graham, Esq. and Laura Hall Cartner, Esq. On June 24, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) issued an updated set
ATLANTA – August 1, 2019 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is pleased to announce that 10 attorneys have been named Partner as the firm recognizes
Practice Specific Experience