Wrongful Death Texas, Oklahoma & Arkansas | Wrongful Death Lawyer Dallas Texas

wrongful death malpractice lawyer - TexasIf a loved one suddenly dies after receiving medical care from a physician or in a hospital, medical negligence may be the cause. Some of the cases we have handled in the past include:

  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose appendicitis.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose pancreatitis.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose an aortic dissection.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose breast cancer.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose renal cancer.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose lung cancer.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose a heart attack.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to administer fluid despite dehydration.
  • Wrongful Death – Through and through perforation of stomach during PEG tube placement, causing leakage of gastric contents and sepsis.
  • Wrongful Death – Performing surgery after administering contrast media into the stomach resulting in aspiration into the lungs, sepsis, and death.
  • Wrongful Death – Improper intubation.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to diagnose intra-abdominal bleeding following delivery.
  • Wrongful Death – Failed anastomosis during gastric bypass procedure causing a leak, sepsis, and death.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to monitor poor O2 saturation levels during procedure to remove kidney stones.
  • Wrongful Death – Failure to monitor elderly patient, leading to a broken hip and death.
  • Wrongful Death – Perforation of duodenum during infant pyloromyotomy, leading to sepsis and death.

If you believe a loved one may have lost his or her life as the result of someone else’s negligence, please call Norton Schwab at 1-888-MED-MALS to have your case evaluated, or fill out our case review contact form on this page.