5 Top Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Texas

Anytime a healthcare professional or institute is responsible for the injury or death of an individual during any part of the entire process of medical treatment can constitute for a malpractice suit. In Texas, a suit must be filed within two years after the completion of medical treatment or hospitalization. According to the American Medical Association, more than 34% of American doctors have been sued.

If you or a family member has been the victim of medical negligence, you need to have a fuller understanding of Texas laws concerning malpractice suits.

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Here, we’ll give you 5 of the best medical malpractice lawyers  in Texas.

1. Tommy Hastings

Based in Houston, Hastings, one of many of the best medical malpractice lawyers in Houston, TX, is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Houston Trial Lawyers Association, Houston Bar Association, among other organizations. He is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates, an extremely prestigious group of trial lawyers whose membership is based on attorneys who have won multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements.

2. Kathryn Snapka

Kathryn practice law in Corpus Christi, Texas and is an accomplished personal injury lawyer with decades of experience, beginning her legal practice in 1981. She was selected to Super Lawyers in 2003, and every year up till 2019. She has been head counsel in landmark cases which have resulted in large financial recoveries for her clients.


3. Joe Stephens

Establishing his practice in 1985, Joe heads his law firm in downtown Houston. He specializes in injury and accident law. His practice is personalized giving each case his undivided attention and time. He has never had a grievance filed against him and prides himself in the personal relationship he is able to build up with his clients.

4. Bill Liebbe

With over 30 years of courthouse experience under his belt, Liebbe has helped numerous Texans and their families who have suffered critical or permanent injuries due to malpractice. He has been board certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1987. He is also recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer, a Thomson Reuters Service, printed in Texas Monthly Magazine. His law firm practice is situated in Tyler, Texas.

5. Joe Lopez

An Austin, Texas personal injury lawyer, Lopez set up his personal law firm in 2015. He was selected to be a member in the prestigious National Trial Lawyer’s top 100 in 2013. In the same year, he also became a member of the Multi Million Dollar Advocates. Working from El Paso, Texas and being fluent in Spanish has allowed him to communicate and build strong ties with the Spanish speaking community, as well. He works extensively to represent the families of those victims of wrongful death, or critical physical injuries.

Don’t forfeit your rights

You are entitled to and deserve proper medical care during your lifetime. Medical malpractice has ruined the lives of thousands of people and their families. With exceptional attorney representation specializing in these types of suits, they can help bring back some form of normality into your life.

Comments 3

  1. Brenda Marek says:

    I had a Ileostomy reversal and ended up septic, I almost lost my life. I would like to speak to an Attorney regarding negligence.

  2. Lisa Grefe says:

    I’m looking for an attorney to help me with malpractice. I was given in correct medical advise.
    I had to have my right leg amputated, on Tuesday July 5th and I’m still in the hospital.
    I would like to speak with someone regar this matter please.

  3. Christine Knoer says:

    Hi, I was hospitalized at Memorial Herman City hospital in Houston on January 9th and discharged on 1/11/2021. I was getting an IV at the time in a group setting and a doctor was present. He didn’t look at my chart but asked if I wanted to be discharged that day or the next day saying it was my choice. I never saw this particular doctor during my stay. So heck, trusting in him as a doctor I opted to be discharged that day. Now my health insu is leary to pay that bill. I arrived home, and my husband bought one of those finger things that measure oxegen and heartrate. The readings were bad. He tried to buy oxegen but couldn’t. He called the hospital and they readmitted that day.

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