Treatment Errors

Texas Medical Malpractice Attorney

The Annals of Family Medicine recently reported that miscommunication between doctors, pharmacists, and other medical staff plays a significant role in injuries and illness resulting from treatment errors. In an article titled, A String of Mistakes: The Importance of Cascade Analysis in Describing, Counting, and Preventing Medical Errors researchers reported that up to 83% of medical errors reported in a nationwide study were communication mistakes that resulted in improper diagnosis and treatment.

Attorneys Hartley Hampton and Chris King have represented clients who have suffered a wide range of complications and serious medical conditions caused by communication mistakes, improper emergency room treatment, and doctor negligence. If you feel you received improper treatment for a medical condition, including being given improper medications, we invite you to contact our Houston law offices for a no-cost consultation.

We provide representation in claims due to medical errors involving improper treatment of conditions such as:

  • Heart attacks
  • Shock
  • Bleeding disorders
  • Head injuries
  • Back injuries

Experience and resources to prove medical errors claims

Successful compensation claims for injuries or worsened medical conditions caused by medical errors can require extensive investigation and deep knowledge of the standards of care for medical treatment.

Attorneys Hartley Hampton and Chris King have been handling medical claims for a combined 50 years. They lead the efforts of a team of professional consultants who work on our clients' behalf.

Although most medical error claims are settled at the negotiating table, we prepare every case as carefully as if we were going to trial. We know that solid preparation of the medical facts and a good analysis of damages gives you the best opportunity to receive fair compensation.

Medical malpractice cases are 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 any ultimate recovery. If we are not successful, we absorb all costs and charge no fee.

Contact us to schedule a no-cost consultation.