Why wont a Texas medical malpractice attorney take my case?


You or a loved one was seriously injured by a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional. You KNOW that you are a victim of a medical error, you KNOW that a mistake was made, but a Texas medical malpractice attorney doesn’t want to take your case. Why?
There could be a number of reasons that an attorney might not wish to pursue your medical malpractice case – and there could be another law office that would gladly take your case. When deciding whether or not to work with a client, a law firm will often consider how much evidence there is to work with, how strong your case is overall, and whether or not the compensation you may recover is worth the price of going forward with the case. Medical malpractice cases can be expensive and emotionally difficult for everyone involved – in some cases, even if a medical error likely took place, it is not the best decision to move forward.
It is important to understand that all medical malpractice cases are different – and that we can’t answer your question until we’ve heard the details of your case. If you want to know if you may have a medical malpractice case, and even if another attorney has refused your case, we invite you to speak with our Texas medical malpractice lawyers for a second opinion. We offer victims of medical errors a free, private consultation in which we will discuss your case and your best options for action. Call today.



2525 McKinnon Street #550 Dallas, Texas 75201

Note: The information that was utilized in this post was gathered from the use of secondary sources. This information used has not been confirmed or independently verified. If you locate any information that is not correct, please contact our firm as soon as possible so that we can make the appropriate corrections. If you find any information that is false, we will remove or correct the post immediately after it is brought to our attention.

Disclaimer: As a valued member of the Dallas community, Rasansky Law Firm’s goal is to improve the safety of all residents in the great state of Texas. These posts should not be viewed as a solicitation for business and the information included herein should not be taken as medical or legal advice. The photos used in this post are not representative of the actual crash scene.

Related Post

September 2, 2017
What are the laws regarding texting and cell phone use while driving in Texas?

Answer: As of September 1st, 2017, texting and driving within the state of Texas is officially illegal. The offense is punishable by a fine of $25-99 for first-time offenders, and $100-200 for repeat […]

Read More
November 4, 2016
What is proximate cause?

  Answer: Proximate cause can be defined as an act from which an injury results as a natural, direct, uninterrupted consequence, and without which, the injury would not have occurred. It may not […]

Read More
November 4, 2016
What's the difference between an accident and a crash?

Answer: Generally speaking, the term "accident" refers to an unintentional collision. At the same time, many people feel as though referring to collisions as "accidents" implies that no one was at-fault, and/or works to […]

Read More

Why Choose
Rasansky Law Firm

Over 30+ Years Of Personal Injury Experience

Top-Rated and Award-Winning Personal Injury Lawyers

Attorneys Available to Discuss Your Case Now

No Fee Unless You Win

Free Confidential Consultation.

Request A Free Consultation

Fill out the form below to receive a free and confidential initial consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer.