Texas Attorney For Standard Of Care Issues
When patients experience a less than ideal outcome to their medical treatment, they often assume that it is the fault of their health care providers, health care facilities or other medical professionals. Patients can claim that standard of care issues ranging from failure to obtain informed consent to negligent conduct led to harm that could have been avoided.
Claims can put blame on nurses, doctors or other health care professionals, citing differences in treatment, misdiagnosis or failure to properly care for patients. Unfortunately, patients often can fail to realize that certain situations will never be able to have an ideal outcome, even when providers offer the best care possible.
The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC are happy to offer flat-fee retainers. We provide monthly retainers at reasonable rates for ongoing general counsel services. Contact our firm today for more information.
Protecting Health Care Professionals In Texas
If patients raise these issues by filing complaints with licensing boards, health care professionals are forced to spend time, effort and money justifying their actions. With your job, livelihood and professional reputation at stake, it is of paramount importance to turn to a Texas medical licensing lawyer with a history of success in license defense matters involving standard of care issues.
With his years of experience, bilingual skills and compassionate legal advocacy, attorney Mora is beyond capable of protecting your practice and livelihood in issues of standard of care and license defense.
Call Our Texas Medical License Lawyer For A Free Consultation
Attorney Alejandro Mora, founder of The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC, has spent many years protecting the licenses of physicians, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and many other types of medical professionals throughout the state of Texas.
His primary focus is on the area of health care law and medical license defense. He is familiar with the processes used by the Texas Medical Board, the Texas Board of Nursing and other professional licensing boards, and with the law, rules and procedures that govern license defense.