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At The Webster Law Firm, we are committed to getting our clients the compensation they deserve for any kind of injury. Our medical malpractice attorneys pursue justice with compassion for individuals who have been hurt through no fault of their own. If you have been injured due to the negligence of a medical professional in Houston, please contact our firm to learn how we can help you.

Grounds for Malpractice Claims in the U.S.

In the US more than 200,000 people die each year due to medical malpractice, yet many cases go unnoticed or unreported. In some cases, malpractice is not evident until it has already caused significant harm to the victim. If you suspect that you have grounds to file a claim in Houston, you should contact a malpractice lawyer as soon as possible.

Malpractice claims can be filed on account off the following:

  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Medication errors
  • Other hospital errors
  • Infections
  • Adverse effects from medications
  • Incorrect prescriptions

Even with so many medical injuries caused each year, only a fraction of those victims or their families file a lawsuit to receive compensation. When you need to file a medical malpractice suit, The Webster Law Firm is prepared to work on your behalf.

Laws Regarding Medical Malpractice Claims in Texas

If you are a victim of medical malpractice and are seeking to file a claim, you should first be aware of the law regarding such lawsuits.

Texas state law enforces the following in regards to medical malpractice cases:

  • $250,000 cap on non-economic damages
  • Statute of limitations of two years from original injury date
  • Only 120 days to provide an "expert report" against involved parties
  • Expert testimony is necessary to establish a case

There are two exceptions where an individual will have longer than two years to file a medical malpractice claim. The first is if the injury victim was under the age of twelve. In this case, they have until the age of fourteen to file a claim. The second exception is if an injury was a result of ongoing treatment. The two-year clock would start at the end of treatment. For all cases Texas imposes a statute of repose of ten years, this means you only have ten years to file a suit no matter what exceptions you qualify for.

It is also important to note that if you are judged to be more than 50% responsible for your injury, you will not receive any compensation. This means that you can only receive a proportional amount if your responsibility of 50% or less.

You Deserve Skilled Representation

With a knowledgeable and aggressive legal team behind you, it may be possible for you to receive damages for your suffering. At The Webster Law Firm, our Houston medical malpractice lawyers have worked to get compensation for our clients who have suffered all manner of injuries.

Call us today and we can go over your case with you. We serve clients nationwide.