Houston Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Hurt by a Negligent Doctor, Nurse or Medical Professional? Seek Justice Today
When receiving medical care, one shouldn’t have to worry that they will receive negligent treatment from an incompetent doctor. Even so, thousands of patients annually are victims of shoddy medical practices, including misdiagnosis, careless or faulty testing procedures, and improper medication. Often times, this carelessness can lead to debilitating consequences such as lost wages and pain and suffering.
If you have been the victim of a situation similar to this within the past two years, you may be able to file a claim to recover monetary compensation for your losses. The Cox Pradia Law Firm, P.L.L.C. has over 40 years of combined experience dealing with personal injury lawsuits in the Houston area and we’d be happy to help you seek the justice you deserve.
Why Can You Trust Our Firm to Handle Your Case?
- Attorney Jonathan Cox included in the prestigious Super Lawyers® Rising Stars ℠ list (2004 & 2005)
- Attorney Jonathan Cox & Troy Pradia named in the 2014 list of “Top 50 Black Attorneys in the City of Houston” by d-mars.com
- Risk-free contingency fee policies
- Free initial consultations
Contact us to schedule a free initial case evaluation with one of our attorneys regarding medical malpractice in Houston!
Can I File a Medical Malpractice Claim in Houston?
Medical negligence occurs when a doctor or other healthcare administrator violates his or her duty of care to the patient. In most cases, this duty of care is defined as whether or not the doctor administered treatment in a manner consistent with how other doctors would have treated a patient with similar conditions. Unfortunately, not every instance qualifies as medical malpractice and can limit the potential for compensation, making each person’s case a unique set of events that must be examined.
Qualifying cases can prove the following:
- The incident of malpractice occurred within the last two years
- Negligence occurred through a violation of the duty of care
- Damages were inflicted as a result of the negligence
Damages can be both economic (lost wages, medical expenses, and loss of earning ability) and non-economic (pain and suffering). It is important to note that Texas law places a $250,000 cap on non-economic damages, though economic damages have no limit.
You Have Nothing to Lose. Call a Houston Personal Injury Attorney Today!
With our risk-free initial consultations, you have nothing to lose. Don’t let a dangerous doctor get away with hurting you and possibly hurting others! We at The Cox Pradia Law Firm, P.L.L.C. believe that everyone has the right to pursue compensation for harm that has unjustly befallen them. You shouldn’t have to live with the consequences of another person’s carelessness and we are committed to giving you the best legal representation possible until a resolution is reached. When you work with us, you have the added benefit of knowing your personal injury team has an excellent track record of verdicts and settlements for clients.
Contact our medical malpractice lawyers today to determine whether or not you have a medical malpractice case in Houston.