Medical Malpractice

Texas Medical Malpractice Attorney

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Healthcare providers serve important roles in our society. They are there to offer help on the worst days of our lives, but that does not prevent them from making mistakes. Thousands of victims are injured or wrongfully killed by the negligence of healthcare providers every year in the United States.  The expert Texas medical malpractice attorneys at The Miller Law Firm represent victims from medical malpractice.

According to this study by Johns Hopkins Hospital, Medical Malpractice was the third leading cause of death in the United States in 2016.  They calculated that over 250,000 deaths per year are caused by medical error in our country.  Professionals who hold the privilege of a medical license should be held accountable for misconduct and negligence that harms their patients.

Who May Be Held Accountable for Medical Malpractice?

  • Doctors, nurses, therapists, physicians’ assistants, hospital employees and pharmacists.
  • Hospitals, clinics, treatment facilities, emergency rooms and pharmacies.
  • Individuals, organizations, partnerships and corporations.

Medical malpractice claims are difficult to navigate.  Juries tend to side with doctors in medical malpractice claims.  However, with the right evidence, an experienced medical malpractice attorney like The Texas Bulldog can greatly increase the odds in a victim’s favor.

Types of Medical Malpractice

The Texas Bulldog will help you recover compensatory damages after a medical malpractice injury or death caused by any of the following:

  • Anesthesia errors
  • Surgical error
  • Improper diagnosis
  • Failure to diagnose
  • Nursing malpractice
  • LASIK errors
  • Medical product liability
  • Failure to identify medication allergies
  • Medication error and over-dosage
  • Objects left in the body after a surgery
  • Birth-related injuries

If you or a loved one has been hurt by a negligent medical provider, doctor or hospital we can help you.  In Texas the statute of limitations for medical malpractice is generally two years.  However, the sooner you file a suit the better it is for your case.  Delays can result in the court dismissing the case.

How Much Will It Cost to Hire a Texas Medical Malpractice Attorney

The Texas Bulldog will never charge anything unless he wins your case. We have a contingency fee contract, which means The Miller Law Firm will not get paid unless you recover money. Our firm will cover all the costs associated with researching your case, prosecuting and litigation. We will also cover the costs doctor visits, court visits, loans for living expenses and if we need to hire an expert for trial. If The Texas Bulldog wins your case, we’re reimbursed those costs. If we’re not successful, then we lose those costs.

Contact Our Law Firm

At The Miller Law Firm, we focus on helping injured victims and their families get the most they deserve of their financial recovery.  We know that the success of your case depends on our hard work and dedication. Our attorneys will always go the extra mile from the initial investigation through all facets of the legal process to help you get the best outcome possible. The Texas Bulldog will fight aggressively to ensure that you receive a favorable outcome for your case, whether negotiating with an insurance company or taking a case to trial. Contact Us today by calling 713-572-3333 to schedule a free consultation. Our attorneys are available to discuss how we can help you favorably resolve your case.