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Medical Malpractice: Medical Negligence and Your Rights
Shouldn’t I be able to trust my doctor?
After all, he’s a professional who has a great deal of training and education. His job is to help you, to make your life better. It’s sometimes difficult to accept that your medical provider’s negligence or mistake caused an injury to you or your family.
When that happens, you need a Waco medical malpractice lawyer who has dealt with cases like this before to help you get your life back on track and restore your faith in medical providers. At Daniel Stark, we don’t have anything against doctors. In fact, we have established strong relationships with doctors we trust—doctors who will help you get better after you have suffered an injury. Doctors who will treat you even when you don’t have health insurance. Doctors who hold their bills and are willing to wait to get paid until your case is settled. We know doctors make mistakes, however, and these mistakes can have severe consequences. When this happens, we are here to hold them responsible.
Many people don’t know that the majority of medical malpractice claims result from a small majority of the nation’s doctors. Many of these doctors are habitual offenders.
Don’t hesitate to call us—fill out our free and confidential online consultation form and speak with an experienced Waco medical malpractice lawyer today. We can help.
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With three offices to serve you, we are your Waco medical malpractice lawyers. We have offices in Bryan/College Station, Waco and Austin, so we can help you wherever you’re located, including outlying areas such as Austin, Bastrop, Bellmead, Belton, Brenham, Bryan, Caldwell, College Station, Georgetown, Harker Heights, Hearne, Killeen, Madisonville, McGregor, Navasota, Pflugerville, Rockdale, Round Rock, Temple, and Waco.
What is Waco medical malpractice?
Medical malpractice comes in many specific forms, but general examples include:
- failure to diagnose (or the misdiagnosis) of a medical condition
- failure to provide appropriate treatment for a medical condition
- unreasonable delay in treating a diagnosed medical condition
Several people or organizations can be held responsible for your injuries in situations such as: the doctor or other health care professional, if their actions were outside generally accepted standards; the hospital, if there was improper care of inadequate training for staff; and local, state, or federal agencies that operate hospital facilities.
Call us—we know it can be confusing and you’re unsure where to turn. We’ve been through this before, and we can help straighten things out and get the answers you need.
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