Brain injuries resulting from medical malpractice can lead to a lifetime of pain, suffering, disability, loss of income, and a prolonged need for medical care and rehabilitation. The entire family gets affected because institutionalized treatment or 24/7 home care may become necessary.
Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Claim for Your Brain Injury in Texas?
Many brain injuries including congenital brain injuries, TBIs, and ABIs are preventable. They usually occur because of an illness or accident. Based on this, lasting damage and severity can be mitigated with proper care. These are a few reasons that may cause a brain injury or make it worse because of medical malpractice:
- Failure to adequately observe
- Failure to treat
- Failure to diagnose complications, such as intracranial pressure
- Lack of prompt treatment
- Birth complications and injuries
- Surgical complications, including stroke
- Preventable infections and injuries
You should discuss your legal situation and options with a competent medical malpractice attorney to determine whether you have a viable lawsuit.