Who Is Really At Fault For Your Medical Malpractice Case?
Medical malpractice litigation is complex. It is often difficult to determine who is truly responsible for the medical negligence. Physicians and surgeons are not typically employed by the hospital and are often insured by different malpractice policies. Hospitals may blame the doctor involved, and the doctor may claim that the error was due to staff negligence.
Free Consultation And No Attorney Fees Unless We Help You Recover Compensation
Winckler, Harvey & McConnell, LLP has extensive experience representing people who have suffered injury and loss resulting from medical malpractice. We know that each medical malpractice claim is unique. We investigate the medical records and timelines to hold the right people accountable for their actions.
“It’s not enough to say that the doctor made a mistake. Often, a successful lawsuit for damages includes finding staff negligence, insufficient tests or other negligence that points to other components of the health care team.” – Attorney Sean McConnell
If you have suffered an injury because of medical negligence, contact our offices in Austin immediately. We represent clients throughout Texas. Attorneys Jay Winckler and Jay Harvey are Personal Injury Trial Specialists certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and offer our clients more than 80 years of combined trial experience.
We represent people who have suffered hospital negligence injuries, such as:
- Insufficient evaluation of health records
- Emergency room and EMT errors
- Medication errors
- Failure to diagnose a heart attack or stroke
- Birth injuries
- Injuries caused by laparoscopic surgery
- Failure to conduct proper medical therapy evaluations
- Malnutrition and dehydration
Our Record Of Success In Hospital Negligence Cases
We handle every type of medical and hospital malpractice claim and have a record of success we are proud to share. Contact our offices to discuss your claim with one of our experienced medical malpractice trial lawyers today.