Is failure to diagnose a condition medical malpractice in Texas?

Is failure to diagnose a condition medical malpractice in Texas?

A failure to diagnose a condition can be considered medical malpractice in Texas, and it has been the cause of many malpractice lawsuits in the state.

However, because of Texas’ strict medical malpractice laws, to have a good case a physician’s diagnosis error must lead to incorrect treatment, delayed treatment, or no treatment at all, AND the patient suffered significant life-altering consequences or death as a result.

If you or a loved one has suffered increased illness, complications, or death because a physician’s failure to diagnose or incorrect diagnosis, a skilled Texas medical malpractice attorney from Barrus Injury Lawyers can help answer your questions, and give you the guidance you need.

The Barrus Injury Lawyers team fights, one patient at a time, to hold doctors, staff, and hospitals accountable for the quality of care provided to their patients.  We fight to protect the rights of patients and their families when medical negligence and failed or incorrect diagnosis have caused irreparable harm or death. Our aggressive representation of victims of medical malpractice helps ensure our clients get the best results possible in their cases.

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If you, or someone you love, has been the victim of medical malpractice, one thing is for certain – you have a lot of questions.  Our skilled medical malpractice attorneys are here to provide the help, answers, support, and guidance you need to understand your medical malpractice case, and know your rights and options.

Physicians and hospital staff are required to comply with certain standards, and when their care falls below those standards and patients suffer injury, we fight to hold doctors and hospitals accountable.

Our experienced injury lawyers can talk to you about your case and will provide you with a FREE 5-Point Case Evaluation in WRITING.  This evaluation will help you to understand your case, provide answers, and give you guidance.

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