Houston Firm Dedicated to Representing Injury Victims
The Annals of Family Medicine recently reported that miscommunication between doctors, pharmacists, and other medical staff plays a significant role in injuries and illness due to treatment errors. In an article titled, A String of Mistakes: The Importance of Cascade Analysis in Describing, Counting, and Preventing Medical Errors, researchers reported that up to 83% of medical errors reported in a nationwide study were communication mistakes that resulted in improper diagnosis and treatment. Attorneys Hartley Hampton and Chris King have represented clients who have suffered a wide range of complications and serious medical conditions caused by treatment errors and doctor negligence in Texas. If you feel you received improper treatment for a medical condition, our Houston medical malpractice lawyers are ready to review your case.
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Experience & Resources to Handle Your Claim
Successfully recovering compensation in claims for injuries or worsened medical conditions due to medical errors can require extensive investigation and deep knowledge of the standards of care for medical treatment. Attorneys Hartley Hampton and Chris King have been handling medical claims for a combined 60 years. They lead a team of professional consultants who work on behalf of our clients, including a full-time licensed doctor and a Ph.D. nurse on staff who help develop our cases from end to end.
Thanks to their insight, we have helped patients get compensation for errors made during both rare and routine procedures, like:
- Cataract treatment
- Catheterization mistakes
- Knee replacements
- Prostate treatment/prostatectomy
- Spinal abscess treatment
- …and many more procedures.
When we take on a claim involving treatment errors, we make sure to over-prepare, always going the extra mile to create a strong case. We know that solid preparation of the medical facts and a good analysis of damages give you the best opportunity to receive maximum compensation.
Contingent-Fee Representation. Free Consultations.
Medical malpractice cases can be expensive and complicated, costing $100,000+ to develop through trial. We provide representation on a contingent-fee basis, advancing all of the investigation, case building, and court costs so you don’t have to. Why do we do this? Because we believe in the cases we take on and take our responsibility to our clients seriously. We invest in our clients’ cases because we are confident in our ability to secure fair compensation.
Want to learn more about your options? Contact us to schedule a no-cost consultation.