It’s easy to look at famous people and think they have it all.
Looks, fame, money, and status. Who doesn’t want that? But look past the shiny exterior and of course, they’re human like everyone else. Human beings face illness, family difficulties, and sometimes even tragedy. Celebrities are no exception. Continue reading Famous Medical Malpractice Cases
Most of us would agree that our service members should be treated with respect. People who dedicate their lives to serve our country deserve the same medical legal rights as everyone else. Continue reading Can You Sue the Military for Medical Malpractice?
“I want to sue the hospital. But how? And can I win?”
It’s a reasonable ask in many cases. And yes, the answer is yes:
You can sue your hospital.
And win. Continue reading How To Sue The Hospital: You CAN Sue Your Hospital (& WIN!)
What No Family Should Experience
Every day in the Houston area, children run and tumble on school playgrounds. Recess is a time for kids to be kids. Releasing their pent up energy, kicking around a ball or two, or maybe even playing make believe. Every once in a while though, things get out of hand and accidents occur. Continue reading Wrongful Death Guide: Proof, Compensation, the Attorney & More
Cerebral palsy is a term that describes a group of movement disorders which result from damage to areas of the brain responsible for muscle and motor control. A non-progressive disease, cerebral palsy can create a lifetime of physical limitations, and can range in severity depending on how severely the bran was damaged. Continue reading Is Cerebral Palsy Preventable?
Determining when an injured patient has the right to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit can be a difficult and confusing matter for many victims and families. Often, this confusion stems from the complex nature of medical science and questions about whether injuries could and should have been prevented. While medical advancements have allowed health care providers to treat a range of injuries and ailments successfully, doctors, specialists, and other medical professionals are still not able to treat every ailment, guarantee perfect outcomes, or eliminate all risks associated with treatment. However, they must still provide an acceptable level of care. Continue reading Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?