Medical Malpractice


National Patient Safety Goals aim to improve nursing home care

Texas nursing homes are consistently ranked as less safe than those in any other state

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Emergency medical service & emergency medical technician standard of care in Texas

There are three common types of EMS/EMT negligence

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Houston appellate court rejects Shiloh Treatment Center's two attempts to have negligence case dismissed

Law of the case doctrine prevents defendant from taking two bites at the apple

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What's the standard of care and why does it matter in a Texas medical malpractice case?

Understanding the standard care is one of the first steps in a medical malpractice case

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Valley Regional Medical Center, Brownsville, Texas medical malpractice case

Jury awards $10 million + verdict in birth injury case, court of appeals affirms trial court's order for less than full periodic payments for future medical expenses

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United Memorial Medical Center and Houston medical malpractice

This is the latest hospital located at 510 West Tidwell Road, in Houston

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Why is it hard to sue Texas public hospitals for medical malpractice?

Painter Law Firm's frequently asked question (FAQ) series

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The legal documents every Texan adult should have in place today

Wills, powers of attorney, and advance directives must be executed while the person is alive, awake, and competent

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Liens and subrogations: What they mean in Texas medical malpractice cases

Resolution and pay-off negotiations are important post-settlement tasks

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Aqueductal stenosis, obstructive hydrocephalus, and the risks of delaying surgery

Fast action may be needed when there's a change in neuro status

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