Medical malpractice cases are very complex and confusing. You need a firm that not only has experience in this area, but has proven results and the resources to help. Backed by more than five decades of collective experience and a track record of success, Hampton & King is more than equipped to handle your medical malpractice case. We pride ourselves on helping clients who others turned away, so never hesitate to contact our firm.
Our Houston medical malpractice lawyers are skilled, compassionate, and ready to listen to your side of the story. We accept cases we are confident in and care about the results we obtain for our clients. We go above and beyond to secure maximum compensation in each and every case. More than that, we have the resources to go the distance for our clients in complex cases.
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Hampton & King knows that this time can be very overwhelming. You may be wondering who to turn to and how to move forward with your medical malpractice case. Our proven advocates are extremely selective with the cases we take on so that we can provide the personalized counsel and attention each client deserves. When you come to us, you can be confident knowing we have the expertise to help.
We handle a comprehensive range of cases including:
With our experience handling medical malpractice cases throughout Texas, we can provide the high level of legal advocacy you need, no matter how complex your case may be. From hospital negligence and mistreatment to failure to diagnose, we are prepared to tackle any type of malpractice claim.
At Hampton & King, we employ a certified doctor and a Ph.D. nurse on staff. Their expertise and experience equip our firm to take on the most complex and difficult-to-understand cases in Texas, New Mexico, and nationwide. Our firm is one of the only firms in the Southwest to have a full-time doctor on staff dedicated to using her medical knowledge to develop malpractice cases. Firms who only handle medical malpractice claims on an occasional basis wouldn't invest in having an MD in-house, but we would.
Specificity of practice and investigation is part of the competitive edge of having a doctor on staff. In other words, we are able to identify likely areas of negligence more quickly and precisely. For example, conditions like Wernicke's Syndrome or an air embolism can appear to be "bad luck," or in Wernicke's case, the patient's doing. As experienced malpractice attorneys and medical professionals, we understand that Wernicke's can also be caused by negligent lack of Vitamin B supplements during long-term IV treatment, or poor gastric stapling.
As medical professionals, we can also identify when a lung infection is likely to be the result of an esophageal perforation (commonly caused by surgical error, though few patients may be informed of it occurring). Even simple problems like wrapping bandages too tightly or creating an excessively tight cast can result in compartment syndrome—which can lead to permanent organ damage or amputation.
Finally, our team understands how long a doctor should take to identify a serious diagnostic issue, such as the symptoms of bowel ischemia or mesenteric vein clots. These are issues that can drastically change a patient's life in a matter of hours and minutes—which is precisely why a doctor is trained to identify the symptoms.
When you call for a free consultation, our Medical Director will evaluate the specific issues surrounding your treatment. They can accurately inform you whether or not you have a valid claim (and why). They will also provide insight regarding your case until its conclusion, preparing it for success as thoroughly and effectively as possible. When you want real answers about your medical malpractice case, you call Hampton & King.
Our firm is one of the only firms prepared to handle the types of medical issues other lawyers avoid or turn away. Anesthesia cases are particularly difficult to parse for non-medical professionals. Understanding what happened to you, why it happened, and who is responsible is especially difficult because anesthesia use comes with severe baseline risks.
The common types of anesthesia mistakes are:
Our medical and legal experience empowers us to understand what happened to you as well as your own doctor or hospital. Our medical staff helps us develop these cases first hand to ensure that when we pursue a claim, it has the strength to succeed in court.
When you entrust your case to our firm, we commit to providing state-of-the-art service to the very end. Having handled such a broad array of medical malpractice cases, we know how to recognize factors that led to medical errors. We have the expertise and resources to see your case through to the end. We also understand that the manner in which we do our job can determine whether or not our clients get the compensation need to cover life-long costs.
Trust your case to our Houston firm today. Reach out to us at (713) 489-0993.
Post-partum hemorrhage; brain damage
Negligent PACU monitoring; brain damage
Negligent resuscitation/ brain damage