GreeningLaw, P.C. has extensive experience in the area of medical malpractice, pharmacy, and nursing home litigation.
Medical malpractice, also referred to as medical negligence, can leave you with permanent or temporary injuries because a healthcare provider failed to provide the standard of care expected by the medical community.If you’ve trusted a physician or medical professional with the health and well being of yourself or someone close to you, and now you feel like that trust was betrayed, contact GreeningLaw, P.C.
While there is certainly some risk involved with any medical procedure or recommendation, there is no excuse for Medical Malpractice that results in either a temporary or permanent injury. The laws governing medical malpractice litigation in the State of Texas are complex. GreeningLaw, P.C knows not only the legal twists and turns of medical malpractice litigation but also the medicine behind the treatments or procedures.
GreeningLaw, P.C has extensive experience in the area of medical malpractice litigation. Lawyers in Texas look to GreeningLaw, P.C. for the latest developments in the area of Medical Malpractice Litigation through the firm’s numerous lectures and presentations at continuing legal education seminars.
GreeningLaw, P.C has successfully prosecuted hundreds of medical negligence actions all over the state of Texas including surgical, anesthesia and medication errors, nursing malpractice, birth injuries, failure to diagnose or misdiagnosed cases, and inappropriate management of an infection.
If someone mislabeled your prescription medications, would you know the difference? If you received the wrong dosage of a medicine prescribed by your doctor, would you realize it? If instead of getting better, you were getting progressively worse. You had a reasonable expectation that the pharmacy you and your family trust will act in your best interests… but that’s not what happened. GreeningLaw, P.C is here to help.
The laws that govern pharmaceutical malpractice litigation in the State of Texas are complex and easily misinterpreted. If you’ve fallen victim to a pharmaceutical error, you may have sustained permanent or temporary injury. Hiring an attorney experienced in pharmaceutical malpractice and the laws associated with it is important. GreeningLaw, P.C is experienced in the area of pharmacy malpractice and has successfully prosecuted multiple pharmacy malpractice cases, including mislabeled and misfiled prescriptions, and failure to monitor patient prescriptions resulting in injury or death.
Nursing Home Litigation
The rights of our seniors are very closely guarded. If you are a senior, or someone in your family is, there are laws designed to protect against nursing home abuse or neglect. The same protection and rights apply to those who are chronically ill, disabled, or otherwise incapable of caring for themselves.
In today’s litigious health care environment, it is difficult to navigate the complex laws. To effectively qualify your case in this current climate, you need a qualified and knowledgeable attorney to successfully prevail against a corporate institution, such as nursing homes.
GreeningLaw, P.C is very experienced in the area of nursing home litigation. We have successfully prosecuted nursing homes for failing to care for aging and sick loved ones time and time again. We want to get you and your family on the road to recovery should you or someone you know fall victim to nursing home neglect or abuse. Neglect and abuse can include falls, bedsores, medication errors, nursing malpractice, sexual or physical abuse, and wrongful death.
Stryker Hip Implant Litigation
If severe pain, inflammation, slow recovery from surgery, and difficulty walking is occurring following a hip replacement, a faulty implant may be to blame.
The Stryker Rejuvenate and ABGII hip implants have been recalled by the FDA due to corrosion at the neck/stem junction. This corrosion may cause a failure of the joint and /or the release of potentially toxic heavy metal ions into the soft tissues and bone surrounding the hip, called metallosis. Both of these conditions may cause a serious health risk to patients.
You can verify the model of your hip implant by requesting the operative report from the medical records department of the hospital where your surgery took place or by asking your surgeon. If you do not know whether your implant was part of the Stryker recall, contact GreeningLaw, P.C today and we can assist you.