Medical malpractice cases are unlike all other injury cases. They are complex and often involve unique legal issues and defendants bent on saving their pocketbooks and their reputations. That is why it is important you consult with attorneys who have the experience, resources and selective focus to get the job done well: Hampton & King.
Attorney Chris King, licensed in New Mexico and Texas, has more than 15 years of medical malpractice experience, including defense experience. Today, he uses the knowledge he gained defending medical professionals to give him unique insight in protecting those they have harmed. He provides experienced, focused legal services for individuals throughout New Mexico who are the victims of medical malpractice, birth injuries and wrongful death.
Committed To Our Clients
Our law firm is committed to offering client-centered services:
- We have an on-staff Registered Nurse who will help you seek appropriate medical attention.
- We only take cases on a contingency fee basis. We don't get paid until you do. That means we often invest our own resources and money into our cases because we believe in them.
- Our decades of experience allow us to advise clients facing medical malpractice issues that other firms may have never encountered, including cases where New Mexico law is still developing.
Was Your Baby Injured During Birth?
In a country with the best obstetrical care in the world, you should expect to come out of childbirth safely. Yet, simple judgment errors during pre- and post-natal care result in thousands of birth injuries every year.
We care about the mothers and babies who have faced needless injuries — a significant portion of our practice is devoted to helping them recover compensation and get appropriate medical care.
Call 866-635-0811 For A Free Consultation
Arrange a free consultation to discuss your medical negligence or birth injury case with an experienced lawyer by calling 866-635-0811 or sending us an email. We handle medical malpractice cases across New Mexico, including cases in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces.