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Andrea attended college at Elmhurst University where she graduated with B.S. in nursing. After completing her undergraduate studies, she worked as a labor and delivery nurse in the Chicago suburbs. While continuing to work, Andrea obtained her MS in Nursing, with a focus on education. After graduation, Andrea taught a variety of nursing courses at two universities. After relocating to GA in 2020, Andrea has continued to teach nursing courses while also working as a L & D nurse. Andrea is involved and volunteers with JDRF (juvenile diabetes research foundation). When not working, Andrea enjoys spending time with her husband, Kyle and three kids, Henry, Lilly and Ellie.
Rebecca received her Diploma in Nursing in 1990 from Georgia Baptist School of Nursing and began her career working in the Surgical ICU in a large metropolitan level 1 trauma center. After working for 1 year, she transferred to another large teaching hospital to work in the OBICU and transitioned to working in Labor & Delivery, which she realized was her true passion. In 2000, Rebecca graduated with her BSN from Georgia Baptist College of Nursing.
After completing her degree, she relocated to Seattle, Wa with her family and worked for 2 years in a large LDRP unit as a staff nurse and a relief charge nurse. Rebecca moved back to the Atlanta area in 2002 and has worked in 2 large area hospitals, functioning both as a staff nurse and then continuing into management as a manager of both an L&D and Mother-Baby Unit. She has actively participated in preparing for multiple Joint Commission Surveys, both hospital-wide and disease specific certifications related to preterm labor. In her time away from work, Rebecca enjoys traveling along with her husband Mike to visit her 3 grown sons, Sean, Evan, and Zach and spoiling her 3 amazing granddaughters, Addison, Scarlett, and Eliza. Rebecca also enjoys spending time at home with her precious goldendoodles Agnes & Murray
Bonnie is originally from Louisiana; she relocated to the Atlanta area in 2012. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the LSU School of Nursing Baccalaureate program in 1991. Ms. LeFloor has over 25 years of nursing experience in Labor and Delivery and NICU/Nursery in both large urban and small rural hospital settings in Louisiana, Alabama, and Georgia.
In addition, Bonnie has received multiple certifications in Inpatient Obstetrics, Neonatal Resuscitation, Fetal Monitoring, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, and Legal Nurse Consulting.
Bonnie’s experience with high acuity of care as well as professional skill levels enables her to understand important details that may have had some sort of impact on you or your baby’s outcome, which is paramount in evaluating a case.
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“A truly great and innovative attorney who cares about his clients.”
– Solange R.
Nicole attended school for paralegal studies and began her career in law, working as a paralegal in Pennsylvania in medical malpractice defense before returning to school to receive a B.S. in Biology with a research focus. She then went on to pursue medical school, but diverted her calling to work in nonprofit, growing and developing a nonprofit foundation focused on supporting and providing services for children with cancer and their families.
After relocating to Atlanta, Nicole returned to law working to support firms who make an impact and a difference in the lives of children and families who face a medical malpractice. She is excited to work with Tyrone Law in supporting families and children born with birth injuries.
In her free time, Nicole also works as a private yoga and meditation teacher and enjoys spending time with her family.
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Nelson Tyrone is a personal lawyer who represents the families of children injured during birth. He is also: the son of a doctor, the grandson of doctors, nurses and judges, the husband to a brilliant and kind architect (Leslie) and the father of two whip-smart daughters (Munday and McGowan). His family is everything to him.
Nelson has a passion for helping people. This is something he has done his entire adult life (and his entire life as a lawyer). He feels deeply for the children he represents and their moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents, brothers, sisters and other loved ones. Nelson has two daughters (McGowan and Munday). He and his wife Leslie lost their third daughter, Katharine, due to complications during Leslie’s pregnancy. He has been told he is a creative, compassionate lawyer. He hopes to be worthy to the task of representing the families and kids he and his team represent.
Nelson devotes a great deal of his time to charity and to helping others. Primarily he supports organizations that support his kids (organizations that serve children with CP, Developmental Delays, Epilepsy) and their families. He does this with his, and his firms’ time, and financially through “Tyrone’s Tykes”, a 501(c)(3) that is funded with 5% of every dollar Tyrone Law Firm makes and which donates 100% of those monies to charities that support special needs kids.
Since 2012, Nelson has been recognized every year by Super Lawyers, an organization that recognizes the top lawyers in the country. Only 5 percent of attorneys in Georgia are selected to be “Super Lawyers” based on recommendations from fellow attorneys.
Nelson is a member of the American Association of Justice Birth Injury section and is a regular speaker and teacher at seminars across the country. Nelson spends about twenty (20) days a year donating his time to teach other public-interest lawyers as a staff member at Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College in Dubois, Wyoming. He also has a passion for helping people suffering homelessness with a “hand up”. He serves on the board of Covenant Community, a not-for-profit transitional recovery center for homeless addicts and alcoholics, and serves as All Saints pro-bono counsel for the resident’s legal needs. He and his daughter Munday serve at soup kitchens every month.
Nelson has completed one Marathon and completed several Ironman triathlons. He runs, bikes, boxes, rides motorcycles, practices guitar, and competes in “adventure” races in his spare time. He is a graduate of Episcopal High School, the University of Virginia, and the University of Georgia, School of Law. He and his wife Leslie live in the Brookwood Hills area of Atlanta with their daughters, McGowan and Munday, and their dogs, Finch and Emily. He aspires to be someone who is constantly working on becoming a better human – and someone who helps people every day.
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Dan Conner’s current Tyrone Law Firm, PC practice at Tyrone Law Firm, focuses solely on serving families whose children have been injured during birth, but he has previously represented clients in all aspects of civil litigation in state and federal courts including matters involving personal injury claims, insurance coverage, medical malpractice, commercial and business disputes, securities litigation, state and local tax controversies, construction litigation, FCRA litigation, and white-collar litigation.
Dan received his J.D. from Emory University School of Law, where he was an articles editor for the Emory Law Journal. While in law school, Dan served as an extern for the Honorable Debra Bernes in the Georgia Court of Appeals. Before attending law school, he earned a bachelor’s degree from Asbury University and a master’s degree from New York University. He continues to serve as an instructor for the Keissler Eidson Trial Techniques Program at Emory University School of Law.
Dan is admitted to the state courts of Georgia, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia.
Dan was chosen by Super Lawyers Magazine as a “Rising Star” in 2018-2019.
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Megan attended college at Faulkner University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Legal Studies. While completing her undergraduate studies, she had the opportunity to work for the Federal Defenders Capital Habeas Unit in Montgomery. Following college, Megan received her J.D. from Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama. While in law school, she participated in the Moot Court tournament and received Best Paper in Interview, Counseling and Negations. She also participated in the Elder Law Clinic where she assisted low-income elderly members of the community by drafting Wills, Powers of Attorney and Advanced Directives.
Following graduation, Megan returned to Georgia and began working for retired Gwinnett County Superior Court Chief Judge, Michael Clark. She has experience working on class action asbestos litigation, negligent security, medical malpractice, slip and fall, and dram shop cases.
Megan is involved in her local Church of Christ and enjoys volunteering with the Special Olympics and traveling with her dog, Nolan Ryan.