- University of Alabama, School of Law, J.D., 2000
- University of Georgia, B.A., 1997, cum laude
- Georgia, 2000
- State Court
- Superior Court
- Court of Appeals
- Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court
- Northern District (GA)
- Middle District (GA)
- Southern District (GA)
Defense verdict in favor of a general surgeon
Defense verdict in favor of a general surgeon in a week-long medical malpractice trial in Gwinnett County. The case involved a delayed bowel perforation complication days after performance of a rectosigmoid colon resection. The surgeon was alleged to have failed to recognize signs of infection in the post-operative period in order to timely diagnose the problem.
Presentation: "Cooperating Co-Defendants"
Spencer Bomar presented “Cooperating Co-Defendants” at the Georgia Society for Healthcare Risk Management’s (GSHRM) Annual Conference.
Presentation: "Did the Affordable Care Act End the Collateral Source Rule?"
Bomar, Spencer A. (January 2015), Practical Tip: Did the Affordable Care Act End the Collateral Source Rule?, Law Journal Newsletters, Product Liability Law & Strategy.
Summary judgment on issue of causation in a pharmacy case alleging professional negligence and RICO allegations.
Dismissal in Peck v. Bishop
Medical malpractice action was dismissed for Plaintiff’s failure to comply with 2007 version of O.C.G.A.§9-11-9.1. The dismissal was upheld on appeal. Peck v. Bishop, 668 S.E.2d 558.
Arbitration victory in property damage claim
Arbitration victory for fire suppression sprinkler system contractor involving a department store’s large property damage claim.
Summary judgment for nephrologists
Spencer Bomar obtained summary judgment for nephrologists named in a case alleging medical negligence related to wound care and decubitus ulcers in the ICU setting. The nephrologists asserted that their role in treatment did not include skin assessment or wound care and that all care related to the patient’s renal function met the standard of care. Judgment was entered in their favor.
Voluntary dismissal in air compressor explosion case
Spencer Bomar obtained a voluntary dismissal in air compressor explosion case causing catastrophic burn injuries when proven defendant did not manufacture, but only distributed the component part alleged to have caused the explosion.
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms U.S. Southern District Court’s Grant of Summary Judgment in Correctional Medicine Case
Spencer Bomar and Sam Britt represented a physician who was alleged to have been deliberately indifferent to a prisoner’s serious medical need in violation of the prisoner’s constitutional rights.
Defense verdict in Athens-Clarke County
Spencer Bomar tried a week-long medical malpractice trial in Athens-Clarke County. The case involved a cervical spine surgery in a patient who experienced a subsequent kyphotic deformity and later developed neurological deficits. The case resulted in a defense verdict for the defendant neurosurgeon.
Defense verdict for internal medicine physician
Dan McGrew and Spencer Bomar obtained a defense verdict in favor of an internal medicine physician in a case alleging that the discontinuation of a sub-acute rehab patient’s Heparin medication was premature and that the patient died of an acute pulmonary embolism as a result.
Defense verdict for plastic surgeon
Spencer Bomar and Dan McGrew obtained a defense verdict in favor of a plastic surgeon alleged to have failed to timely diagnose a rare, invasive fungal infection called Mucormycosis in a patient who died as a result. The trial lasted 7 days. Jury, after deliberation, found in favor of the Defendant physician.
Defense verdict for urological surgeon
Dan McGrew and Spencer Bomar obtained a defense verdict in favor of a urological surgeon who allegedly failed to intervene as the assistant, but more experienced surgeon, to prevent a surgical complication during a nephrectomy caused by another urological surgeon.