HOUSTON — A patient is suing David S. Jenson, DPM, et al., foot and ankle specialists, citing alleged negligence.
HOUSTON – A Baytown man has brought a medical malpractice lawsuit against his dentist and her practice.
Patient seeks more than $200,000 from Houston physician after orbit of eye was penetrated during surgery
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges her left eye was injured during a sinus surgery because of a physician's negligence.
HOUSTON – Fort Bend County residents have filed a suit against physician over the death of their husband and father in January.
GALVESTON – A man alleges the negligence of a Galveston medical facility now requires him to need assistance.
HOUSTON – A Friendswood man alleges he lost vision in his right eye because of an operation to repair a detached retina.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County couple alleges the husband developed kidney cancer as a result of his exposure to trichloroethylene-containing products.
BEAUMONT – A patient of Optimum Medical Weight Control and Family Wellness alleges he was injured because he was prescribed unsafe doses of hormones.
Spouse of late officer with Harris County Sheriff's Department alleges cardiologist was negligent in care
HOUSTON – The spouse of a late officer with the Harris County Sheriff's Department alleges his death from a heart attack was avoidable and is seeking damages from a cardiologist and medical facility.
DALLAS – U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade awarded $245 million to six plaintiffs who successfully sued Johnson & Johnson and other companies for damages caused by defective hip implants. Individual payments range from $36 million to more than $48 million.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County woman alleges her breast implant was defective, ruptured and caused her pain and additional surgery.
GALVESTON – The alleged negligence of a Galveston medical facility is alleged to have contributed to a man's death.
HOUSTON – Two Houston parents allege a medical facility was negligent in the care of their premature infant.
HOUSTON – Two Harris County individuals are seeking damages from three medical practitioners over allegations they failed to timely diagnose their decedent's condition.
BEAUMONT – An appellate court ruled that two health care providers failed to prove a former patient did not have enough evidence to proceed in a health care-liability claim.
The children of a former patient sued Atrium Medical Center following their mother's death, claiming health care liabilities.
The patient sued her physician after she injured her head, neck and shoulders because she was not shown how to properly use the crutches he prescribed.
HOUSTON – A Montgomery County man alleges that he was in a coma for a month because of injuries sustained while installing cabinetry.
HOUSTON – A Fort Bend County couple alleges the husband has permanent injuries after medical staff failed to immediately diagnose his condition.