Hospital Negligence

Amarillo Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Jesse Quackenbush of Quackenbush Law Firm has already accomplished a 2017 seven-figure settlement on behalf of a family who’s loved one was killed by a medication error at a local hospital. According to Quackenbush, a hospital nurse negligently administered heparin and eliquis simultaneously, causing a brain bleed and death. The hospital agreed to settle with the victim’s family without the need for prolonged litigation. Amarillo Medical Malpractice Lawyers at Quackenbush Law Firm fight medical malpractice cases every day and fight to win! Our clients routinely achieve immediate million dollar settlements without protracted litigation. For the last two decades, Texas Medical Malpractice victim’s have suffered from the effects of tort reform laws designed to eliminate their rights. The first laws passed set up stringent pre-suit notification rules which could eliminate your right to a jury trial by simply failing to send the negligent doctor, nurse or hospital “notice” of their errors by Certified Mail. Shortly after, the Texas Legislature passed laws requiring very technical expert reports be provided to the negligent doctor, nurse or hospital. Again, failure to provide an expert report, even before meaningful discovery is allowed, may result in dismissal of your lawsuit forever. More recently, Texas laws became the tightest in the nation with damage caps on non-economic damages of $250,000.00. Amarillo’s Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Jesse Quackenbush at Quackenbush Law Firm knows how to beat the “rigged system” and obtain significant relief for his clients. Don’t let the negligent hospital, doctor or nurse get away with their harmful conduct. Amarillo’s Top Medical Malpractice Lawyer Offers Free Consultations. 806-374-4024.

Amarillo Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Jesse Quackenbush offers representation for the following types of cases: medication errors; hospital burns; nursing IV infiltration negligence; surgical errors; negligent gallbladder surgery; birth injuries; infection from equipment; retained sponges; retained equipment; failure to diagnose cancer; failure to diagnose heart attack; nursing negligence; negligent appendectomy; VA hospital claims; elder abuse; nursing home negligence; dropped patients; failure to consult with specialists; defective drugs; compounding pharmacy errors; defective medical devices; Eliquis; Pradaxa; Prilosec; Nexium; Talc Powder – Ovarian Cancer; injuries to children; labor & delivery negligence; negligent medication administration; surgical damage to organs; midwife negligence; brain damaged babies with cerebral palsy.

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