Amarillo Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Helping Victims of Medical Negligence Recover Compensation
Those in the medical care profession have a responsibility to make conscious, informed decisions about your medical care in an attentive manner that protects your life, or the life of a loved one. If someone has failed to provide the appropriate level of medical care and it has resulted in injury or death, Templeton Smithee Hayes Heinrich & Russell, LLP helps you navigate the complex claims process.
Do I Have a Case for Medical Negligence?
In order to prove medical negligence, the following must be proved:
- There was a violation of the standard of care
- An injury was caused by the negligence
- The injury resulted in significant damages
Proving negligence can be complex. Trusting your case to a skilled medical malpractice attorney can help your chances of recovery. Our attorneys at Templeton Smithee Hayes Heinrich & Russell, LLP are skilled in handling a wide variety of medical malpractice cases.
Our medical malpractice services include situations involving:
- Birth injuries
- Brain damage
- Accidental or incorrect amputation
- Wrongful death
- Operating while intoxicated
- Dental malpractice
- Nursing home negligence
- Anesthesia errors
How Do You Know if You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
Whether or not the doctor or healthcare provider made an obvious error, you may have grounds for a medical malpractice claim if their negligence led to your injury. Your lawyer will review your case and determine whether the provider failed to provide you with an appropriate level of care.
We will then see if we can appropriately link your injury to the actions of the healthcare provider. If there is a connection, you may choose to pursue a medical malpractice claim against the provider.
Some of the cases we have helped with include:
- The family of a woman who died as a result of improper medication given by an emergency room physician.
- A man who died in a nursing home as a result of negligent administration of insulin.
- A woman who was rendered a partial paraplegic as a result of negligence in spinal surgery.
- A woman who suffered brain damage as a result of negligent administration of anesthesia during pre-op.
Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations in Texas
In the state of Texas, you must file your medical malpractice claim within two years of the incident. Due to this tight timeframe, we recommend our clients move quickly to retain the experienced legal counsel of our Amarillo medical malpractice attorneys.