Under Louisiana and Texas laws, doctors and other medical professionals who fail to live up to the accepted standards of medical care can be found to have committed medical malpractice. Such cases typically require another doctor — who is an expert in the field — to testify that actions the doctor took (or didn’t) were improper, and that the resulting injury or death was not simply a known risk.
The Glago Williams, LLC, led by accomplished trial lawyer Mark Glago, has successfully handled many medical malpractice cases. We will apply this valuable experience to thoroughly evaluate your legal options if you have questions about medical malpractice. In the greater New Orleans or Houston areas, please contact us to request a free consultation. Discuss your concerns in a confidential and compassionate setting.
As a result of working with so many medical malpractice cases over the past decade, attorney Mark Glago has developed the knowledge and discerning eye to effectively assess many medical situations from a legal perspective. Our past experience with medical malpractice claims covers both wrongful death cases and those resulting in serious injuries such as brain damage or paralysis. Examples of medical malpractice include such tragic mistakes such as:
The burden of proof in any medical malpractice case is complex and challenging. Even when death, paralysis or a brain injury occurs, it is necessary to prove not only that the doctor did not meet the general standard of care — but that different actions would have resulted in a better outcome for the patient.
At Glago Williams, LLC, we exercise great care and diligence in evaluating medical malpractice cases, striving to offer you a qualified, dependable view of the best action to take. We are devoted to using all our resources and professional connections on your behalf. Equally important, you can depend on our honesty as well as our empathy.
If you believe medical malpractice may have been the cause of your serious injuries or the death of a loved one, we encourage you to contact us for counsel. Your initial consultation will be free, and if we take your case, you owe no attorney fees unless we obtain financial compensation for you.
*Clients may be responsible for some court costs and expenses