Tara L. Dickson - VSCP LAW

Your Fight
Is Tara’s Fight
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Tara has dedicated her life to helping others, first as a registered nurse and now as a lawyer. While practicing as a labor and delivery nurse at some of the region’s busiest hospitals, Tara tirelessly worked to ensure the best possible outcomes for her patients. Whenever a patient care concern arose, Tara took swift and decisive action to intervene on behalf of her patients.

Tara brings that same unwavering advocacy and dedication to her legal practice.

As an attorney at VSCP LAW, Tara represents victims that have been catastrophically injured by medical malpractice and other negligent conduct. She understands the life-altering devastation that medical mistakes cause for victims and their families, including specifically in the labor and delivery setting. She prides herself on being accessible to clients, listening to their stories, and providing personalized, client-focused legal services. While representing victims of medical malpractice, Tara utilizes skilled advocacy as a lawyer integrated with her extensive medical knowledge gained from many years of experience as a nurse to ensure her clients are adequately compensated for deficiencies in their medical treatment.

Tara’s nursing and legal philosophies are the same – she treats every client as she would want her own family treated under similar circumstances.

Tara was born and raised in Bridgeton, New Jersey and is the first person in her family to earn a college degree. Tara attended Rutgers University, where she earned a BA in political science, and Wilmington University, where she earned a BSN in nursing. Tara graduated with honors from Drexel University law school, where she received the National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Law Student Award. Tara is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She also maintains active nursing licenses in those states.

Tara L. Dickson
Will Fight For You.
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You’ve suffered enough. It’s time for justice.