T.C. Hosna focuses his litigation practice on defending healthcare systems, hospitals, providers, and staff. He also provides litigation and risk management services to surgical centers, laboratories, addiction treatment clinics, fitness centers, healthcare staffing
agencies, as well as correctional healthcare in civil rights claims.
Throughout his years of practice, T.C. has successfully defended claims brought against his clients in both state and federal court involving a broad array of allegations, including: all aspects of medical malpractice, addiction, locum tenens staffing, inadequate policies, medical battery, negligent credentialing, premises liability, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, and off-label use of medical devices.
T.C.’s medical malpractice experience includes the defense of individual physicians and nurses as well as cases involving institutional vicarious liability, negligent supervision/hiring, and product liability. He has successfully tried to verdict multiple cases before a jury and obtained summary judgment in favor of his clients on additional cases during trial. T.C.’s first chair trial experience began as a fifth year associate when he tried and won a case alleging negligence by an emergency room physician.
T.C. has devoted most of his career to understanding how medical negligence matters impact healthcare organization. He approaches each situation with compassionate listening so that he can understand the unique challenges that face healthcare providers in litigation. This allows him to take a creative and assertive approach to finding solutions for the issues his clients face. This has resulted in many of his cases being dismissed or the claims pared down before trial.
T.C. begin his practice in HPS’ Chicago office and was on the team that opened HPS’ Denver office in 2016.
In his free time, T.C. enjoys competing in triathlons, hiking, and exploring the outdoors.