Cody M. Hall
Cody has more than 25 years of experience in defending individuals and corporations from all types of personal injury claims. He spent the first ten years of his career with a large Phoenix firm where he learned how to work up a personal injury case and to take it to trial. Since then, he has focused on defending health care providers, including hospitals, other medical facilities, doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, physical therapists, and other individuals. He has defended claims for relatively minor injuries and damages as well as claims for catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. He also represents professionals in disciplinary hearings before their respective boards, including the Arizona Board of Medicine, Arizona Board of Nursing and Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants.
Cody has defended his clients in jury trials in Maricopa County, Mohave County, Navajo County, Pima County, Pinal County, and Yavapai County. He has also practiced before the Arizona Court of Appeals and the United States District Court Arizona.
Cody is A.V. Rated with Martindale Hubbell, which represents an evaluation by his peers that he has displayed the highest level of legal knowledge, analytical capabilities, judgment, communication ability, and legal experience and that he is ethical as well.
- University of Kansas School of Law, J.D.,1990
- University of Kansas Law Review, Notes and Comment Editor, 1988-1990
- Washburn University of Topeka, summa cum laude, B.B.A.,1987
- State of Arizona, 1990
- U.S.District Court of Arizona, 1990
Cody has represented corporate healthcare providers including hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, urgent care centers, and skilled nursing facilities. He has also represented individual healthcare providers including doctors, nurse practitioners, chiropractors, dentists, nurses, physical therapists, and behavioral health professionals. He has obtained defense verdicts for a cardiothoracic surgeon facing a wrongful death claim involving an alleged failure to timely diagnose and treat an aortic dissection and a defense verdict for home health nurses facing a wrongful death claim.