Texas Catastrophic Injury Lawyer
A catastrophic injury can dramatically reduce a person's quality of life, ability to earn a living, or ability to provide love and affection to immediate family members. Catastrophic injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Amputation (loss of a limb)
- Paralysis from spinal cord injuries
- Disfigurement resulting from severe burns
- Other serious injuries
The personal injury law offices of Hartley Hampton, P.C., may be able to help you recover the full compensation your family needs following the tragedy of a catastrophic injury. Attorney Hartley Hampton has represented clients in catastrophic injury claims cases since 1977.
Whether the injury was the result of medical malpractice, a birth injury, a dangerous product, or another incident caused by negligence, we invite you to contact our Houston law office to schedule a no-cost consultation about your legal options.
An experienced of a team of legal and medical professionals
We offer our clients more than our substantial trial experience in catastrophic injury claims. Our registered nurses consultant has extensive experience in hospital injury care, risk management, and academic medicine. She is a Certified Practitioner in Healthcare Quality and has served as director of a quality management program for the 1,500 physician staff of a large Texas hospital. Nurses work with first-rate medical, physical rehabilitation, and quality-of-life experts to analyze the potential compensation needed to recovery fully from a catastrophic injury claim. Nurses are key component of our team as we prepare all of our personal injury cases for trial.
Contact the personal injury law offices of Hartley Hampton, P.C., to schedule a no-cost consultation. We take catastrophic injury cases on a contingent-fee basis and advance all investigation costs and fees. You will owe attorney fees or costs unless you receive compensation for your injuries.
If you have questions about personal injury claims, medical malpractice, or what you can do to keep yourself safer on the roads or in the hospital, please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury and Wrongful Death.Back to Top