If you have come to this website, you or a loved one may be suffering from a personal tragedy at the hands of a medical provider. We have been helping Dallas victims of medical malpractice for nearly two decades. As medical malpractice attorneys, we are licensed in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, and offer caring, case specific support throughout the litigation process.

We are not a case mill designed to maximize profits for the law firm – we work to maximize recovery for you. Before, during and after your lawsuit, we will know you by name – not a case number. By choice, we handle less than 20 cases at a time so that we can offer personal service to you and your family. Successful resolution of a medical malpractice claim is not easy. We combine an aggressive approach, the best medical expert witnesses in the country, superb medical animations and illustrations, and decades of legal experience handling negligence cases.

Allow Dallas Medical Malpractice Attorney, Norton Schwab to Handle Your  Case

If you allow us to handle your Texas, Oklahoma, or Arkansas medical malpractice case, you will be well represented. We will work to give you the tools and the advantages to resolve your case successfully.

Please call 1-888-MED-MALS or fill out our contact case review form on this website.

We offer a three-step initial review process:

1. Damage Analysis

A medical malpractice attorney with our law firm will determine if you have a case which we are interested in handling.

2. In-House Review

At Norton Schwab, we have a general practice physician on staff, with experience in most areas of medicine. He will review your medical records to determine if there is a probable medical malpractice case and, if so, then recommend that a physician specialist review the records as well.

3. Physician Specialist Review

Following our consulting medical malpractice expert’s initial opinion that negligence has occurred, we will send your records to a physician specialist in the field of medical practice at issue in your particular case. The physician specialist will then determine if standards of care were followed, or if there were deviations from the appropriate standards of care.