Thomas Keel & Laird, LLC is a nationally recognized leader in medical negligence litigation, and its lawyers handle cases across the country. We are a boutique firm that focuses our resources only on what we do best. With us, you get the expertise and resources of a big firm, without sacrificing the personal attention and relationships you would have in a small firm. Our attorneys personally work with each client we represent, from the first one-on-one meeting to the completion of your lawsuit.Check Out Our Credentials
When medical providers give substandard care and cause injury or death, it’s called medical malpracticeRead More
If your baby died or was injured at birth, it may be the result of negligent care by your health care providersRead More
Elderly patients entrusted to a facility for care who die or are injured from abuse or neglect by their caregiversRead More
We handle serious personal injuries from any causeRead More
As a boutique law firm, we do things differently. So many clients have the experience of meeting a partner in their initial consultation, and hiring the firm thinking that partner will work on their case, only to find out later that they will work with a junior associate or paralegal and seldom hear from that partner again.
At TKL, relationships are important to us. We and our paralegals form relationships with our clients. The lawyers you hire are the lawyers who actually work on your case, and when you need to speak with your lawyer, you will be able to do so.See How We Are Different
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While our physical office is located in Colorado, we handle cases in state and federal courts across the United States. We are currently handling cases in Wyoming, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Utah.
We handle cases on a contingency basis, which means you only pay a fee if we obtain a recovery for you.
The hospital and doctors failed to appreciate numerous warning signs suggesting severe sepsis (an infection circulating in the bloodstream), and multiple organ failure. Their failure to recognize this patient’s life-threatening illness delayed necessary treatment for many hours, resulting in multiple limb amputations.
This Colorado case involved the negligence of a surgeon who unnecessarily delayed treatment, improperly treated the patient before surgery, and improperly performed surgery on a patient’s injured hand, resulting in the amputation of patient’s hand below the elbow.