Lewis Thomason Undefeated in Medical Malpractice Jury Trials
Lewis Thomason continued in its perfect record in medical malpractice jury trials with another favorable jury verdict. Kim Johnson led the trial team in defense of their surgeon client, assisted by Marcy Magee and Natalie Bursi. The trial lasted four days with the jury deliberating for a little more than two hours before returning a verdict for the defense.
LT has been undefeated in medical malpractice jury trials since the creation of the new firm nearly three years ago. Congratulations to Kim Johnson, Marcy Magee, and Natalie Bursi for their victory, and to the Lewis Thomason Healthcare Practice Group for an impeccable trial record!
Mr. Johnson has been with the firm since 1970. His practice has been focused primarily on civil litigation in federal and state courts defending professional liability claims. Mr. Johnson has tried many jury cases and takes pride in providing superior legal counsel to his clients.
Mr. Johnson served as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps with service in Vietnam in 1966.
Marcy D. Magee, a shareholder in the Memphis office, focuses her practice primarily on general civil defense litigation matters, with an emphasis on medical malpractice and products liability litigation. Ms. Magee has handled numerous jury trials to verdict in Memphis and surrounding counties. She also has a vast amount of experience arguing cases before the Tennessee Supreme Court and the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
Natalie Bursi joined Lewis Thomason as an associate in the firm’s Memphis office in August 2013. Ms. Bursi focuses her practice primarily in the areas of health care liability defense and insurance defense. She has assisted in trying civil matters to verdict in Tennessee state and federal court. During law school, Ms. Bursi worked as an intern for the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office and served as an extern for the Honorable Judge Holly M. Kirby of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section. She also served as the managing editor of the Mental Health Law & Policy Journal; was a graduate assistant to Estelle Winsett, assistant dean for Law Career Services; and an orientation leader.