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Veteran’s Administration Medical Malpractice

The Veteran’s Administration hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics in Texas are an embarrassment, due to unchecked medical negligence, intentional abuse and mistreatment by careless or improperly trained staff workers. Patients always suffer when physicians, nurses, healthcare workers, and the VA hospitals or facilities that employ them do not meet the standards of practice required by law. These patients, men and women who currently serve or formerly served our country in the armed forces and their families, ought to have better treatment. The Veteran’s Administration medical malpractice attorneys of Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, are dedicated to recover the services or payments that they ought to have.

Our team of experienced litigators works closely with our medical experts and forensic investigators to award verdicts for our Texas veterans who suffered pointlessly because of stubborn negligence, recklessness, or irresponsibility on the part of a medical professional in the form of:

  • Harmful Conditions
  • Surgical Mistakes
  • Medication Inaccuracy
  • Abuse
  • Neglect
  • Inadequate Supervision
  • Bedsores
  • Disfigurement
  • Broken Bones
  • Malnutrition
  • Dehydration
  • Foreign Objects
  • Failure to Diagnose Cancer and Other Diseases
  • Misdiagnosis, or
  • Inappropriate or Hazardous Treatment Practices

Our attorneys effectively convinced a jury to award over $1 million to the surviving spouse and children of a Texas patient whose EKG physicians had failed to properly evaluate and document potential heart problems prior to minor surgery, which resulted in complications and death.

We successfully negotiated a $1 million settlement for the surviving spouse and children of a patient, whose headache was misdiagnosed. This resulted in a stroke, bleeding on the brain, and it eventually led to the patient’s death.

Our team acquired $1.75 million in recovery for the family of a man who suffered a severe stroke, which an emergency unit filed to promptly diagnose or treat. To be more precise, the doctor actually diagnosed the patient with pneumonia and discharged him. Three other law firms declined to take the case before our own team agreed to assist the family pursue their legal rights for recovery.

In another case, a father suffered from multiple bedsores and pressure ulcers while a patient at a hospital in Texas. Our attorneys obtained the remaining $925,000 of available insurance for the family.

Our team can accurately evaluate your case and provide vital information about your legal rights to pursue recovery because our attorneys draw on the experience we gain by assisting Veteran’s Administration patients and families who have suffered from the negligence of health care providers. The experience of acquiring millions of dollars for our Texas clients at the settlement negotiation table and in court allows us to quickly and effectively estimate the amount of compensation you can expect to receive if you choose to file a claim or pursue a lawsuit. In addition, our forensic analysts and litigators can distinguish when a negative outcome of a Veteran’s Administration hospital stay or medical procedure is not caused by medical negligence. This information can save you valuable time that can be used to care for yourself or your loved ones.

Changes recently made in federal and state laws restrict the capability of some injured Texans to collect recovery for a careless medical mistake. It is essential that you fully comprehend your legal rights and choices. Contact Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, for a free consultation with a Dallas Veteran’s Administration medical malpractice attorney. Our friendly, bilingual staff will also answer all of the questions surrounding your case and explain legal rights in plain English or Spanish, if necessary. It will not cost you anything to contact our firm, and you will not pay any out-of-pocket expenses or legal fees unless and until we obtain compensation for your injuries.