Medical Malpractice Attorney Fees

If you were hurt by the hands of a doctor, you might want to file a claim. Watch this video to learn about medical malpractice attorney fees in Texas. Free consultations

Question: How much does it cost to file a medical malpractice claim?

Answer:

A lot of people think Texas medical malpractice cases, by their very nature, involve expensive lawyers. I’m going to tell you right now, beware. I’ve had people call me and say, “I ran my medical malpractice case by this lawyer and he said he needed $5,000 to look at it. I paid him but he said I didn’t have a case.” That lawyer wasn’t looking out for you.
Medical Malpractice Attorney Fees
A good medical malpractice lawyer in the state of Texas should be on a contingency fee. That means they don’t earn a penny unless they win your case. That means you don’t pay a dime of the filing fees, of the depositions, or of the expert witnesses; that law firm does. An experienced medical malpractice lawyer knows it’s expensive, it’s a long process, and you can’t afford it. Only hire a contingency fee lawyer. Hire an experienced lawyer who can tell you, “I won’t get paid unless I win your case.”


Were you or a loved one injured by the hands of a medical professional and have questions about medical malpractice attorney fees? Contact a San Antonio medical malpractice lawyer at Rush & Gransee today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.

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