Texas Medical Malpractice Attorneys
If you have suffered a serious injury because of the wrongful act of a health care provider, whether a doctor, physician, nurse or other healthcare professional, you want an experienced and aggressive lawyer to fight for you so that you can get full and fair compensation for all your losses.
Legal Skills and Integrity
At the Talaska Law Firm in Houston, we have been protecting the rights of personal injury victims, including adult victims of medical malpractice, throughout Texas and nationwide for more than 20 years. Attorney Robert Talaska is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. In 2010, he was selected Texas Super Lawyer in the area of Personal Injury: Medical Malpractice and is listed in Martindale-Hubbell’s Bar Register of Pre-Eminent Lawyers comprised of lawyers who have reached the height of professional excellence and are recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity. In addition, all of our lawyers have extensive trial experience handling complex personal injury claims.
Protecting the Rights of Adult Victims of Medical Negligence
We know from experience that medical malpractice claims can lead to stress and anxiety, as you and your family struggle with the financial and physical consequences of someone else’s negligence. Our attorneys use our skills, knowledge and experience to help you get full and fair monetary compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering.
Because we focus our practice primarily on birth-related injuries, we limit our adult medical malpractice work to serious and catastrophic claims, including brain or spinal cord injury, amputation or loss of limb, and wrongful death. Attorneys Ted Skarbowski and Tim Culberson have extensive experience handling a broad range of adult medical malpractice claims, including cases that involve:
- Surgical error
- Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis
- Failure to provide proper or adequate care
- Prescription or pharmaceutical error leading to serious injury or death
Recent revisions to Texas law have placed many restrictions on recovery for medical malpractice, particularly in cases involving injuries to adults. If you have been a stay-at-home parent or are retired from the active workforce, you may have a limited right to compensation for medical malpractice under the existing laws. Nonetheless, if you have suffered serious or catastrophic injury because of medical negligence, we will use all our legal skills and resources to help you recover compensation from liable parties.