Find out more about laws and regulations that are applicable to medical malpractice cases in Texas. Laws and regulations protect patients from negligent health care providers and establish the how and when of seeking and getting compensation or redress for medical malpractice. Laws and regulations in Texas also determine who can be named as a defendant in a medical error or negligence case.
This article describes the rules and regulations applicable to medical malpractice claims in Texas. It also gives insight into the evolution of these regulations and their influence on medical malpractice lawsuits in the state.Read more
This article highlights the role of the Texas Medical Board in safeguarding Texans and ensuring that they receive the best medical treatment possible. It also focuses on the procedures that the Board employs when Texas medical professionals fail to meet the required level of care.Read more
The Texas statute of Limitations spells out the timeline for filing a personal injury and a medical malpractice claim against a defendant before the case becomes statute-barred. After suffering an injury or a loss due to negligence of a medical professional or medical facility, it may be difficult to determine the time frame from when the injury was discovered or when it was ascertained that the loss of a loved one was due to medical malpractice. Find out more here about how a medical malpractice attorney can help you navigate the statute of limitation and other complex legal requirements when filing a medical malpractice claim in Texas.Read more