We put an immense amount of trust into our healthcare providers, but ultimately mistakes do take place and devastating errors can bring injury to patients. Medical malpractice is broad, but remember you must have been injured due to human error, negligence, or malicious intent. Medical malpractice isn’t a forum to pursue customer service grievances or long wait times at an emergency room. One question you should ask yourself is: have I been injured due to negligence caused by a healthcare professional? If the answer is yes, give us a call or text so that we can give you a free consultation and hear about your medical malpractice claim. Time is of the essence when filing medical malpractice claims in Texas, as the victim/plaintiff you are required to give a 60-day notice to the healthcare provider named in the personal injury claim.The burden of proof with medical malpractice claims falls to the patient. There needs to be evidence of violated standards of care, which led to your injury as the patient under their care. Establishing negligence is a complicated, thorough, and lengthy process that involves reviewing your situation and interviewing expert witnesses and other parties.