An Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorney for Texas
Physicians and other healthcare workers are expected to maintain the highest possible duty of care when treating patients. When they are negligent in maintaining these professional standards, they can become liable for any harm that they cause to their patients as a result. If you have reason to believe that you were unnecessarily harmed by a medical professional to whom you entrusted your care, you have the option of filing a personal injury suit against them. We have helped dozens of Texas families seek financial justice following incidents of medical malpractice and we are confident that you will likewise find us to be valuable partners in holding doctors, nurses, or other healthcare professionals accountable for breaching your patient rights. Schedule a consultation with us as soon as possible if you suspect you have become a victim of professional negligence in a hospital, long term care facility, or other health care institution.
Keeping Hospitals and Insurance Companies Acting in Good Faith
Medical malpractice can occur in many different ways. Sometimes such lapses of professional duty take place during surgery or other invasive procedures, but other times they may happen when doctors misdiagnose illnesses or prescribe the wrong medication to a patient. Nurses can similarly be held liable for medical malpractice if they fail to notice that the medication that a patient has been prescribed by a physician is not the right one. Hospitals spend countless sums on insurance policies for the sake of precisely these contingencies, and it the duty of the insurance companies concerned to act in good faith and honor just claims when an injurious incident takes place. We consider it be our duty to make sure they do so.
Time is of the Essence: Initiating Litigation Sooner Means Better Results for Victims
The sooner you get to work on your case with the aid of a knowledgeable Texas medical malpractice attorney, you more likely you are to have a favorable outcome. This is not only because of Texas’ statutes of limitations concerning medical malpractice suits but also because of the substantial time required for us to gather evidence and collect testimony on your behalf. Don’t delay when it comes to getting started on your personal injury case. Contact us immediately about your situation and learn how we can help you move forward in seeking financial justice.