Tyson & Mendes has represented all types of professionals throughout the United States. We have successfully defended accountants, attorneys, architects, doctors, engineers, and real estate and insurance professionals, among others.
We provide personal, quality representation to our professional clients in a cost-efficient manner. We have developed the expertise, as well as a network of highly qualified experts, necessary to evaluate and defend such cases. By making our professional clients an integral part of our litigation strategy, we apply our specialized knowledge and experience to the successful defense of professionals through trial.
Tyson & Mendes has also taken a leading role in professional liability issues, regularly lecturing and publishing on malpractice and loss prevention topics for a variety of professionals. Founding partner Robert Tyson is a former member of the California State Bar Committee on Professional Liability Insurance and chairman of the San Diego County Bar Association’s Financial Professionals Liaison Committee. Tyson & Mendes is also a member of numerous professional organizations and is actively committed to the education and defense of professionals across the nation.
SAN DIEGO (March 11, 2019) – Following a two-week trial in San Diego, a California Superior Court jury has found accountant Roy Hosaka and his firm, Hosaka Nagel & Co., not liable in a $2 million malpractice case. Tyson & Mendes attorneys Dan Fallon and Garry McCarthy represented Mr. Hosaka and Hosaka Nagel & Co. in the high-stakes professional malpractice case, which alleged fraudulent nondisclosure and breach of fiduciary duty.
CLM – September 10, 2018
With the rising costs of medical, rehabilitation, and long-term care, the increase in special damages can be exponentially impactful to jury verdicts and settlements. The gross exposure from cases not only affects carriers, but also creates concerns for policyholders relative to policy limits, premiums, and professional reputations.
Attorneys may not disclose information relating to the representation of a client - discussions with a client are privileged. In the case discussed below, a court found a lawyer need not even know his/her intentional acts violated the Rules of Professional Conduct to be held accountable.
Could a Medi-Cal lien for recovery of advanced medical expenses be pre-empted by federal law? This was the issue recently decided by the Second District Court of Appeal in L.Q. v. California Hospital Medical Center...
In this wrongful death case brought against two pharmacies, the plaintiff alleged a woman died of multiple drug toxicity due to the alleged negligence of the pharmacies in dispensing prescription medication. The allegation was that Walgreens had filled approximately 275 different prescriptions issued by 18 different physicians, and that CVS filled approximately 95 different prescriptions issued by 10 different physicians. Many of the prescriptions were narcotics.
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