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Americans enjoy access to the highest quality health care in the world. Unfortunately, poor practices, overworked health care professionals, and low staff levels sometimes lead to treatment errors that result in serious injuries and even wrongful death.
A survey conducted by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality found that 42 percent of Americans believe they have been affected, directly or indirectly, by a medical error, and 32 percent believe that the mistake has made a permanent impact on their health. In another survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, 8 percent said that medical negligence had caused the death of a family member.
Houston medical malpractice lawyer Hartley Hampton has handled medical negligence cases involving virtually every facet of the practice of medicine. As a medical malpractice law firm, we have been successful recovering compensation in doctor and hospital negligence cases such as:
- Failure to diagnose cancer and other diagnostic errors
- Mismanagement of health conditions
- Medication errors
- Injuries to mother or birth injuries suffered by babies
- Surgical errors and anesthesia complications
Many cases have been referred to him by other lawyers.
Contact medical malpractice attorney Hartley Hampton to schedule a no-cost consultation in order to discuss how medical negligence has affected your life and whether you have a claim.
How Hartley Hampton, P.C., is different from many medical negligence law firms
Our firm's registered nurses consultants have extensive experience in clinical care, hospital administration, risk management, and academic medicine. She is a Certified Practitioner in Healthcare Quality and has served as director of a quality management program for the 1,500 physician staff of a large Texas hospital. Nurses work with first-rate medical experts to analyze the merits of each case and assists in the development of cases through trial.
Medical malpractice cases can be costly and complicated, often costing more than $100,000 to develop through trial. We work strictly on a contingent-fee basis and advance all of the investigation, case development, and court costs. Those expenses, plus our fee, are deducted from the ultimate recovery. If we are not successful, we absorb all costs and charge no fee.
Contact our Houston law office to schedule a no-cost consultation to learn more about our experience handling medical negligence cases and your legal options. If you have questions about medical malpractice claims, or what you can do to keep yourself safer in the hospital, please take a look at our Medical Malpractice Information Center.Back to Top