A medical mistake can change your life forever, particularly when committed by the medical professional you trusted with your health. Hampton & King has been fighting for the rights of medical malpractice victims for more than 60 years. Our efforts have been recognized by US News, who named us one of the “Best Law Firms” for victims of medical malpractice.
Meet Hampton & KIng
Medical Malpractice Is Complex. Hiring an Attorney Doesn't Have To Be.
Medical malpractice claims can be exceedingly complex, but if you have an attorney on your side who understands the laws as well as the medicine behind these cases, you can rest easy knowing your future is in good hands.
Hartley Hampton, the managing partner of Hampton & King, is a specialist in Personal Injury Trial Law, Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. His achievements for medical malpractice victims has earned him recognition as one of The Best Lawyers in America®.
With more than 15 years of medical malpractice experience on both sides of the docket, Christopher King brings a unique perspective to Hampton & King. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars since 2009.
WHAT REALLY MATTERS
When choosing a law firm to represent you
in a medical malpractice case, it's important
to do your homework.
Not every law firm that advertises on the Internet has the experience and resources necessary to take on a complicated medical malpractice case.
Medical malpractice cases are expensive if done right. Retaining expert testimony from medical professionals alone can cost thousands of dollars. Because we don’t charge our clients a fee unless we win, we have the financial resources you need to retain these experts up front.
Medical malpractice is about as complex as you can get when it comes to tort law. You need an attorney in your corner who dedicates 100% of their practice to medical malpractice representation for plaintiffs.
Our law firm has been described as selective, but for good reason. We don’t take on a large caseload, and we are particular about the cases we take on. This is so that the clients we do take on get our full attention and focus.