Medical Malpractice

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As Americans, we are fortunate to receive some of the world’s best medical care from dedicated professionals who train for years to work in the medical field. Every year, millions benefit from life-saving procedures. Yet for all the many miracles of modern medicine, there are often times when avoidable errors can lead to catastrophic results.

What is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, nurse, hospital, or other health care provider acts below the standard of care expected and, as a result, causes harm to a patient to whom they owed a duty of care.  Cases of negligence in health care facilities can be especially tragic, because the victims are often already too ill to care for themselves. Both patients and their loved ones put complete trust in the hands of health care providers and have a right to expect professional levels of care and consideration.

Justice and Accountability

Accountability ensures justice for our clients and improves safety for all other patients.  We believe that the injured patient should be able to seek accountability on a level playing field with the hospital and the medical professionals.  That is why we choose to be patient safety advocates and to represent patients who have been injured.

“Our work has led to actual changes in hospital policies and procedures, which has ultimately helped make our communities safer places to live.”  – Brady D. Williams

Doctors, nurses and hospitals play a vital role in all of our lives.  For this reason, our firm diligently investigates cases of potential medical negligence before agreeing to representation.  Once we are convinced that an error led to death or serious injury, we begin the good fight for justice and accountability on behalf of injured patients and their families.



  • Hospital Negligence and Nursing Errors
  • Failure to Diagnose and Properly Treat Life-Threatening Conditions
  • Brain Injuries Due to Anesthesia Errors
  • Prescription Medication Errors
  • Surgical Mistakes
  • Birth Injuries Caused by Delivery-Room Error or a Doctor’s Mistake
  • Injuries to Mothers Sustained During Labor and Delivery


Continuing the Fight

Due to current laws, it can be difficult for the victims of preventable medical errors in Texas and California to find experienced and dedicated legal representation. Medical malpractice cases are often difficult and expensive to handle, which has driven many law firms out of the field of medical malpractice.

At Williams Law, we are patient safety lawyers that continue to fight for victims of medical malpractice. Our attorneys believe that the only way to obtain real justice for the families who have suffered, and to prevent further instances of injury or loss of life, is to take on the negligent doctors, nurses and hospitals — and hold them accountable.

Contact Our Medical Malpractice Lawyers for Help

If you or a loved one has been injured or has died as a result of what you think may be medical malpractice, you probably have lots of questions about what your rights are, what the law is, and what you should do next. We would be happy to discuss your case, provide some answers and help explore your legal options. If we agree to handle your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis, meaning we only get paid if you do. Time limitations apply to all potential malpractice claims, so please contact the medical malpractice attorneys at Williams Law for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation at 949-891-1480, or fill out our online form.


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