What Makes a Valid Medical Malpractice Claim?

Fortunately, here in the state of Texas, we have access to countless knowledgeable and talented medical professionals. Unfortunately, however, medical professionals at times behave negligently, and when they do, serious injuries can occur as a result. If you recently saw a medical professional and were harmed as a result of their negligence, our firm is here to help. Continue reading and reach out to a seasoned Houston, Texas medical malpractice lawyer from our firm to learn more about whether you have a valid claim and how our firm can assist you. Here are some of the questions you may have:

What are some common examples of medical malpractice?

There are several ways in which a physician can behave negligently. Just some of the most common examples of physician negligence/malpractice that our firm sees are as follows:

  • Errors during childbirth
  • Errors during surgery
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Diagnosis errors
  • Medication errors
  • Emergency room errors

How do I know if I have a valid medical malpractice claim in Texas?

If you were harmed by a medical professional and are looking to bring a medical malpractice claim, you will have to prove several things. They are as follows:

  • The medical professional in question was your doctor
  • The medical professional owed you a duty of care
  • The medical professional breached that duty of care
  • You were injured and incurred damages as a result of the breach of care

If you believe you have a valid medical malpractice claim and are looking to pursue compensation for the harm caused by a careless medical professional, our firm is here to help. Give White Personal Injury a call today so we can get working on your case.

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Whether you were hurt in a motor vehicle collision, as a result of malpractice, or under any other circumstances due to no fault of your own, our firm is here to help. Contact White Personal Injury for a free consultation today.

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