practice group


Civil Litigation

BOAM attorneys regularly represent individuals and families, as plaintiffs or defendants, involved in personal injury and wrongful death actions. We have significant experience litigating cases involving:

  • Automobile accidents
  • Tractor-trailer accidents
  • Slip and falls
  • Products liability
  • Civil rights violations
  • Medical malpractice
  • Work related injuries
  • Assault and battery
  • Dog bites

personal injury

Our attorneys are skilled litigators providing individuals and businesses a wide range of litigation services in state and federal courts, and before various administrative bodies. BOAM attorneys are routinely engaged to litigate cases through trial, as well as to seek cost-effective resolutions through mediation and arbitration.

We consistently file and defend claims involving complex and routine disputes involving:

  • Businesses transactions and dissolution
  • Commercial disputes
  • Construction
  • Contracts
  • Employment
  • Personal injury claims, including car accidents and premises liability claims
  • Products liability
  • Professional malpractice
  • Foreclosure of real and personal property
  • Regulatory matters before federal and state agencies
Tad T. Pardue
Paul T. Lawless
Timothy L. Edelen
Ian A. Loos
Ryan E. Galloway
Kaitlyn S. Embry

nursing home abuse & neglecT

Our attorneys consistently represent nursing home patients and their families in cases against negligent or abusive nursing homes and their staff. Our representation of neglected, exploited and abused nursing home residents is focused on holding nursing homes and their parent companies responsible for their actions and compensating clients for the wrongdoing suffered.

Signs of nursing home abuse and neglect include:

  • Bedsores
  • Bruises
  • Broken bones
  • Rapid weight loss or gain
  • Anxiety or emotional distress
  • Unexpected death

State and federal laws also provide rights to nursing home residents, including:

  • To privately communicate with individuals of their choosing
  • To receive mail
  • To retain the possession and use of personal items such as clothing
  • To be fully informed of their medical condition
  • To have their family informed of any accident, sudden illness, or unexplained absence

If you or a loved one has experienced any of these symptoms or has had their rights infringed upon in a nursing home, contact our nursing home abuse attorneys.

Tad T. Pardue
Ian A. Loos