If a medical professional’s negligent action or inaction causes a patient harm, it could result in a medical malpractice claim. Despite the best efforts of competent doctors, some patients fail to thrive or even die. Malpractice refers to a type of personal injury claim, and this injury has to get proven.
To prove that the incident was really malpractice, all of these things have to get proven:
The State of Texas does limit the amount of time that patients have to file a case. Typically, the clock starts to run as soon as the injury occurs or when a course of treatment ends. Even patients who have a provable medical malpractice case may be out of luck if too much time passes. That’s why it’s important to research these kinds of personal injury cases as quickly as possible. People who believe that they or a loved one has suffered an injury or death because a doctor or other medical professional didn’t do a good job need to act as promptly as possible.
Discuss the Merits of Your Case With North Texas Medical Malpractice Lawyers
The best way to be certain that your medical malpractice claims have merit is to discuss them with the experienced attorneys at R.E. Lopez & Associates. You are very welcome to call or fill out the contact form to discuss a free consultation with an experienced lawyer in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.