Attorney Anthony O'Hanlon concentrates his practice on the representation of those seriously injured by medical negligence. He can identify whether you have a malpractice claim, and is able to represent you in a manner that ensures the most successful outcome for your case.
Healtch care providers are required to adhere to the "standard of care." Medical malpractice is negligence committed by a professional health care provider, including: hospitals, nursing homes, a doctor, nurse, technician, or dentist.
Most medical malpractice actions are filed against medical providers who have failed to use reasonable care to treat a patient. The profession itself sets the standard for malpractice by its own custom and practice.
Suing a doctor, hospital or other medical care provider is not easy. They are generally backed by the insurance industry, and have plenty of medical care professionals lined up to testify for them. But justice can, and should, prevail.
We have successfully taken on physicians, psychologists, medical facilities, nursing homes, and ICF-MR facilities all over Texas. Texas law requires us to provide the jury with expert testimony from a physician or healthcare provider. In the process, we have worked with many nationally recognized medical experts from major medical centers and teaching facilities across the United States.
Medical negligence cuts a wide swath: from newborn infants to geriatric patients. But it always boils down to one thing — the standard of care. Did they act reasonably under the circumstances? Did they cut corners? Worse, did they ignore you as your condition worsened? Our job is to determine whether mistakes were made, what damages resulted, and whether justice is obtainable.
Contact Anthony O'Hanlon, P.C. at (903) 892-9133 if you believe you have been the victim of medical negligence.
Sanders, O'Hanlon, Motley & Young, PLLC. Lawyers assisting the victims of medical malpractice throughout North Texas, including the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex, Plano, McKinney, Sherman, Denison and other communities in Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt, and Tarrant counties.