Search Results: pain and suffering

An emergency room sign.

Emergency Room Malpractice – Your Guide To Seeking Justice

Emergency rooms are chaotic, overwhelming, and busy. Not to mention patients are generally scared, in pain, and panicked. Patients are usually there due to an unfortunate, out of the blue accident that no one has planned or prepared for. Car accidents, violence, falls and sudden illness are all common reasons why people end up in…

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Baby with birth injury in NICU.

Choosing The Right Birth Injury Lawyer – Your Helpful Guide

In the United States alone, over 3.5 million babies are born each year. Most of these deliveries are completed without any complications and mom and baby are sent home without further assistance. However, some newborns don’t go home unscathed. And many of these injuries are preventable. This is why hiring a birth injury lawyer can…

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Man mourns wife over coumadin accident.

When & Why To File A Coumadin Lawsuit

Loren Peters, an 85-year-old man, made headlines after he was admitted to the emergency room in 2013. His gums bled and his body was black and blue with bruising. The cause? An overdose of the widely-used blood thinner, Coumadin. Loren had been prescribed Coumadin in his nursing home due to his abnormal heart rhythm. Abnormal…

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Woman experiencing pain grips her forehead.

Looking To File A Blood Thinner Lawsuit?

Imagine your trusted doctor prescribes you a medication that prevents blood clots and stroke. But that medication causes internal bleeding in you, and you nearly die from it. Sadly, that really does happen. And that’s the reason for this post: to discuss the reasons and procedures for filing a blood thinner lawsuit. Here’s a couple…

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Common Questions

Medical Information Provided By: Dr. Krista Kurtyan, M.D. Legal Information Provided By: Hartley Hampton, J.D. and Christopher King, J.D. Was My Child’s Cerebral Palsy Caused by a Birth Injury? Cerebral palsy (CP) is a broad term that describes a range of disorders that affect children. CP affects children in various ways, often involving motor skills…

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Cephalopelvic Disproportion

Doctor Error in High Risk Pregnancies A mother may be diagnosed with cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD) if the labor fails to progress. In essence, it occurs when the infant’s head is too large or the mother’s pelvis is too small, making it impossible for the head to emerge. CPD may be caused by having an unusually…

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Man with colon cancer.

Colon Cancer Misdiagnosis – Why It Happens & What To Do About It

Colon cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in men and women. The third most common type of cancer in men and women, if you’re not counting various types of skin cancer. By the end of 2021, there’s expected to be a total of 104,270 new colon cancer cases in the United…

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Our Firm

Trust Your Case to Seasoned AdvocateS MEET OUR AWARD WINNING TEAM Medical malpractice cases are complicated; medical malpractice cases litigated in the state of Texas are especially so. You want an advocate who is prepared to not just handle your case, but navigate it to successful resolution. If you are in the position of needing…

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Image of a brain.

Neurosurgeon Malpractice – Want To File A Case?

Did you know about 20% of all practicing neurosurgeons in the United States face medical malpractice litigation each year? Or that the majority of all neurosurgeon malpractice cases come about after a spinal surgery? What about the average payout of neurosurgeon malpractice cases? Did you know neurosurgeon malpractice claims have the highest payout amounts? 

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Epidural being administered during surgery.

Should You File An Epidural Nerve Damage Lawsuit?

Let’s talk epidurals. You know the popular method of pain relief for childbirth and back surgeries… Having an epidural is a ‘must have’ for many new moms and they’re generally safe, but what happens when there’s lasting complications? Epidural nerve damage can inflict lifelong pain, suffering, and even paralysis.   Now there’s a huge difference…

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