Tort reform in Texas has made it more difficult to hold medical providers accountable for harmful errors. Many injury lawyers no longer try. Rush & Gransee, L.C., is among the few law firms in San Antonio that still pursues medical malpractice. We have the combination of experience and resources to get results in these challenging cases.
Our attorneys have secured notable recoveries in lawsuits against doctors, surgeons and hospitals in Bexar County, South Texas and statewide. With a trial specialist on our team, we can identify viable cases and confidently invest in the expert witnesses needed to prevail in court.
If you believe that medical negligence caused your loved one's injury or death, call 210-807-8165 or 866-321-1399 to arrange a case evaluation at no cost to you.
South Texas Trial Lawyers Who Have Won Malpractice Cases
Medical malpractice takes many forms. Our attorneys have obtained settlements and verdicts in a range of cases resulting in irreversible harm or death, including:
- Birth injuries and newborn complications
- Failure to diagnose cancer or misdiagnosis
- Surgical errors and anesthesia errors
- Hospital infections such as MRSA or sepsis
- Pharmacy errors and medication mistakes
- Nursing errors such as failure to monitor
- Dental malpractice such as nerve damage or major infection
Robert Rush is a Board-Certified Civil Trial Lawyer* who has represented the injured for more than 20 years. All matters are reviewed in-house and by independently retained medical experts in the specialized field of the inquiry.
Medical malpractice cases cannot always be settled out of court. We understand the medical jargon and technical aspects of the case and how to explain it to a jury. Although the litigation expenses can be significant, we do not recover our costs unless we recover compensation for you.
To work directly with our experienced medical malpractice attorney, contact us today to arrange your free consultation. We have offices in San Antonio, Kenedy and McAllen, or we will travel to you.
* Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy