Medical Malpractice Attorney

Houston, Texas and surrounding areas

Healthcare professionals promise to "Do No Harm."

We trust our doctors and healthcare providers to make every effort to heal our wounds, repair our injuries and cure our diseases. When these entrusted caregivers make mistakes, whether from carelessness or lack of skill, serious injuries — even death — can occur.

Medical malpractice can be defined as the failure of a healthcare provider to treat and care for a patient with a reasonable degree of expertise and compassion. Healthcare providers, including physicians, must follow established, well-defined standards of care. Medical malpractice occurs when a physician or healthcare provider either fails to do something that should have been done, or does something which results in injury or death. They must provide reasonable and appropriate care.

Physicians, hospitals and other medical facilities can be held responsible for the negligence of their employees, including nurses, technicians and other staff. Errors can include:

  • Failure to order necessary medical tests
  • Failure to refer a case to a medical specialist
  • Injury to a nearby organ or tissue during surgery
  • Failing to diagnose and condition in time to treat it properly
  • Failure to diagnose a tumor while reading an x-ray
  • Failure to properly administer anesthesia during a procedure or surgery
  • Prescribing incorrect medication or incorrect dosage
  • Incorrect diagnosis
  • Emergency room negligence
  • Doctor, Hospital, Surgical, Technician and Nursing Errors
  • Medical device failure

Determining liability for medical malpractice can be a difficult and time consuming process. It is important that your legal representation has the experience required to achieve a successful outcome. At The Camberg Law Firm, our team of medical and legal professionals has the experience and in-depth knowledge you need to have on your side.

We Fight for YOUR Rights.

Contact The Camberg Law Firm today to schedule a free case evaluation. All initial consultations are free. The majority of our cases handled are on a contingency fee basis which means under this type of agreement you will not be charged a fee unless you recover compensation. We also handle cases on an hourly basis or a mixed hourly/contingency basis.

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