Van Wey, Metzler & Williams

Dallas Medical Malpractice Attorney

If you or a loved one has sustained an injury due to the negligence of a Texas medical professional, please contact our experienced medical malpractice attorneys in Dallas for a free consultation.

Have You Been a Victim of Medical Malpractice?

When you’re in need of professional medical care, you are putting your health in someone else’s hands. Doctors, surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare workers are held to high standards of care set by their professions. Sadly, there are times when they fall short of those standards and the consequences of these instances of medical malpractice are devastating.

Van Wey, Metzler & Williams is a highly-experienced Dallas medical malpractice law firm with an impressive track record of fighting for justice in medical malpractice cases.

If you or someone you know and love has been the victim of medical negligence or malpractice, you need an experienced advocate that understands the system and how to navigate these difficult cases. We want to be that advocate for your rights and to earn you the compensation you deserve from the doctor, hospital, medical facility, or manufacturer who is responsible.

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Cases We Accept

The law office of Van Wey, Metzler & Williams has experienced trial lawyers on staff that are specially qualified to handle medical malpractice cases in Dallas, TX, and nationwide.

Please click on the links below to learn more about specific practice areas of medical malpractice. If you do not see the area you are looking for but still suffered a severe or debilitating personal injury because of a doctor or hospital mistake, please still contact our Dallas medical malpractice attorney for a free consultation.

How to Know if You Have a Medical Malpractice Case

Our heart goes out to you if you or someone you love has been the victim of medical negligence and/or experienced a wrongful death in the family. If you are looking for a lawyer in Dallas, Texas, or for professional legal advice, you are probably wondering if what happened to you was medical malpractice or if you should try and move forward with your case.

There are cases where bad medical outcomes, even with personal injuries, happen and are not the result of medical negligence or malpractice. Patients develop unforeseen complications, loved ones pass away, and even though doctors provide all the help they can, things just don’t turn out for the best.

However, there are times when these outcomes are the result of medical errors, creating a case for medical negligence or malpractice. In many of these cases, the answer is not straightforward and our knowledgeable attorneys will need to investigate the facts of your situation.

We are a nationwide law firm specializing in medical malpractice cases. Even if you are not from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, we can and want to help you receive compensation for your injuries.

What is Medical Malpractice in Legal Terms?

Medical malpractice is a form of personal injury law that characterizes a situation in which a patient suffers an injury because their health care provider did not follow the professional standard of care.

For every type of medical procedure, there is a different standard set forth on how to perform the procedure. For every practice specialty of a doctor, there is a different standard for what is an acceptable practice.

Whether a brain surgeon or anesthesiologist was medically negligent cannot be measured in the same manner.

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3 Things to Prove in a Medical Malpractice Case

In a typical medical malpractice case, there are three elements that need to be proven.

  1. What Was the Standard of Care Required of the Medical Professional? – What a reasonably prudent healthcare provider would do or not do in the same or similar circumstance.
  2. Was There a Violation of the Applicable Standard of Care? – Showing that the doctor, nurse, or medical professional did something that falls outside of what is expected of them during the medical procedure.
  3. Did the Violation Proximately Cause Severe Injury, Harm, or Death? – This simply means that the doctor’s actions caused the injury. In summary, whether or not these elements are met varies from case to case. Submit your case to our expert Dallas medical malpractice lawyers for a free evaluation. We will be happy to go over your case with you and investigate further.

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medical malpractice law firms in Texas.

Everyday We Fight For You

Contact Van Wey, Metzler & Williams right away with any medical malpractice concerns. Our team of medical malpractice attorneys can offer you the help you need and deserve. We are one of the best medical malpractice firms in the state of Texas and would love the opportunity to show you why.

We care about our clients. When you or a loved one is injured due to a medical professional’s negligence, we treat you as a human being and not just a client. We accept you into our family and fight for you to get the justice you deserve.

All of our cases are handled on contingency, meaning you don’t pay a penny unless we recover compensation for you. With VWMW, you are in the best legal hands in the state of Texas.

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