Hospital Negligence Lawyer in Houston
Texas Medical Malpractice Attorney
Hospitals are required by law to follow to certain safety regulations and healthcare standards. Licensed by the state of Texas, hospitals are liable for negligence that results in injuries and fatalities to patients. At Hartley Hampton, P.C., we work with investigators in exposing negligent care that results in serious physical injuries and medical complications.
If you or a family member has suffered serious medical complications or injuries due to hospital negligence, contact medical malpractice lawyer Hartley Hampton today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
When Hospitals Fail to Provide Adequate Care
The law office of Hartley Hampton represents victims of substandard, negligent hospital care in cases involving the following:
- Failure to monitor
- Failure to carry out doctors orders
- Failure to notify doctors
- Wrong medical procedure
- Prescription errors
- Serious infections
- Physical assault
- Errors by respiratory therapists
- Errors by ICU nurses
Calling Hospitals to Account
Most hospitals are very reluctant to admit to any error or negligence on their part. As your attorney, Hartley Hampton is prepared to contact the state's Attorney General Office and the Texas Department of State Health Services when hospital personnel block or impede an investigation. We document our client's injuries and complications, provide witness testimony, and are prepared to contact the press in cases involving gross negligence. We refuse to let hospitals hide behind a wall of respectability in order to mask egregious fallings on their part.
Contact Hospital Negligence Lawyer Hartley Hampton Today
We have the experience and knowledge to expose negligence on the part of hospital staff, orderlies, nurses, and doctors. Don't let someone convince you that your injuries were the result of bad luck or factors that couldn't be helped. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact hospital negligence attorney Hartley Hampton today.