Speaking and Lecturing

Many lawsuits settle before trial. However we find that many cases must be tried before a jury in order to obtain the maximum recovery for the client. The Tyrone Law Firm is recognized as a leader in the legal community in obtaining success for clients at trial. Nelson Tyrone has been asked to speak to lawyers at Continuing Education seminars throughout Georgia on the topics of trial preparation and presentation. Nelson is also on the faculty of the premier trial skills college for lawyers in the United States – the Trial Lawyer’s College. Since 2001 Nelson has taught at the College near Jackson Hole, Wyoming and has taught seminars across the United States on trial preparation and presentation. Currently Nelson is invited to teach trial skills seminars approximately thirty (30) days each year.

At the Tyrone Law Firm our job is to obtain the largest recovery possible for you and for your loved ones. Sometimes our opponents would rather settle with us than face trial before a jury. Often we find that a jury will provide a larger recovery for our clients than any settlement could. Either way, the only way to maximize the recovery for a client is to put the Defendant in reasonable fear of losing before a jury. We have a track record of doing just this.

Our Recent Engagements Include:

“Don’t Doctors Just Stick Together? How do I Get Other Doctors to Testify Against My Doctor if it’s a Clear Cut Case of Negligence?”
Written for the American RSD Hope organization
February, 2013

“A Primer on Birth Injury Cases and How to Keep Them Simple”
Written for CaseMetrix Legal Database
March, 2013

“Verdict $5.4M, Nerve Damage Caused by Negligent Phlebotomist.”
ICLE’s Superstar Personal Injury Lawyers Seminar
January 24, 2013

“Negligent Security and the Apportionment of Damages.”
ICLE’s Jury Trial Seminar
January 18, 2013

“How I Overcame Apportionment: Nathan Polite v. Double View Ventures & Westdale Mgmt., Verdict $5.25M.”
Georgia Verdicts Seminar

“Loss of Consortium – How Focus Groups Taught Me the Value of Family.”
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
July 26 – 28th, 2012

Conducting Your Own Focus Groups to Discover Story, Metaphor, ‘Rules’ and ‘The Reptile.
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
May 2011

“Trial Skills.”
Senior Instructor (11 years) Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyer’s College

“Using Focus Groups to Find Story, Rules and Reptile.”
Southern Trial Lawyers Association

“Top Verdicts: The Keys to Verdicts in Camacho and Nance.”
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

“How to Conduct Your Own Focus Group.”
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

“Conducting Your Own Focus Groups: Discovering the Story.”
Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers college

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