Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury in Texas
Medical malpractice occurs when a negligent act or omission of treatment from a hospital or doctor leads to injury or death. In Texas, injured patients can bring a lawsuit against the hospital or health care professional to obtain damages and compensation.
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It's not at all uncommon these days for an American adult to take at least one (if not several) prescription medications on a daily basis. When you're prescribed a medication by a doctor or other specialist, you generally trust that the medication is going to help you. Unfortunately, prescription errors and other mistakes with medication can result in serious injuries, adverse reactions, and health complications. In some cases, these problems could even prove fatal.Read more
Medical malpractice is a term used to embody the negligent behaviors of medical professionals whose omissions or deliberate actions/ inactions have resulted in a failure to practice safe medicine. In many instances, medical malpractice becomes a case worthy of legal address, and claims and lawsuits often follow the injuries and/or fatalities of malpractice within the health care field.Read more
A young Texas mother is seeking answers after her newborn suffered extreme birth injuries and died during the labor and delivery process. The 18-year-old mother went to the hospital earlier this month, just one week shy of her due date. After an "uneventful pregnancy", the mother and her family looked forward to the arrival of their newest family member. Unfortunately, the turn of events at the hospital would change their lives forever.Read more
Sometimes when seeking medical treatment, patients experience negative medical outcomes which healthcare providers simply cannot control. But on the other hand, there are times when they suffer from mistakes that can be attributed to medical malpractice. How can you tell if the latter has happened to you or a loved one? That question can be better explained once you know exactly what medical malpractice is.Read more