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Chiropractor Malpractice Lawyers

Our attorneys have decades of expertise assisting clients in obtaining compensation for chiropractic-caused injuries. A chiropractor’s treatment should fulfill or exceed medical community standards of care. When this level isn’t achieved, injured people may confront various problems and difficulties. Our Lawyers are familiar with the emotional, physical, and financial consequences of injuries caused by negligent chiropractic care, and they are dedicated to obtaining compensation for our client’s losses.

If you or a loved one has been hurt by a chiropractor, our chiropractic malpractice lawyers may be able to assist you in obtaining compensation for your injuries. Please contact Texas Personal Injury Lawyers for a free case evaluation to evaluate your claim and determine if you are eligible for legal action. Because there is a time limit for filing chiropractor malpractice claims, it’s critical to get legal counsel as soon as possible.

What Is A Chiropractor Malpractice?

  • When a patient is harmed as a result of a chiropractor’s failure to follow the accepted standard of care in the chiropractic profession, the chiropractor may be held liable for any resulting damages.

The following are some common examples of chiropractor malpractice:

Negligent Manipulation Of The Body: 


When a chiropractor performs adjustments on a patient’s body that either cause new injuries or exacerbate an existing injury, this is known as negligent manipulation. Chiropractic adjustments can result in a variety of serious medical issues, including herniated discs, fractured ribs, neck injury, nerve damage, sciatic nerve pain, limb pain, and neurological disability. Chiropractors’ careless adjustment of the body can also induce preterm labor in pregnant women.

Chiropractic Induced Stroke:


A chiropractic-induced stroke occurs when a cerebral artery ruptures or is clogged as a result of neck manipulation by a chiropractor. The patient is frequently unaware that the stroke was caused by chiropractic care since the stroke may not occur for several weeks following the chiropractic treatment.

Failure To Diagnosis A Medical Condition Requiring Immediate Attention: 


As a medical professional, a chiropractor owes a duty of care to his or her patients. If a chiropractor fails to correctly diagnose the underlying medical condition of a patient, he or she may be in violation of this duty. If a patient is harmed as a result of this incident, the chiropractor may be held responsible for any damages. If a chiropractor fails to identify blocked arteries in a patient, for example, the client might suffer catastrophic injuries that could have been prevented with an earlier diagnosis.

Lack Of Informed Consent: 


A chiropractor must disclose all potential risks and adverse effects associated with the proposed therapy to the patient before providing medical services. Chiropractors who treat patients without first informing them of the potential hazards and the patients suffer injuries as a result of chiropractic treatment may be held liable for malpractice.

Chiropractic Malpractice Legal Claim Settlement: What You Need to Know


A chiropractor malpractice attorney may be able to assist a victim in recovering compensation for injuries incurred as a result of the bad treatment. A chiropractor malpractice lawyer might be able to assist clients in obtaining the following:

  • Medical Bills: The compensation may include any current and future medical expenses incurred as a result of the accident.
  • Lost Wages: Patients may be compensated for earnings that they would have received had they not been injured. In certain situations, chiropractor malpractice injuries might be severe enough to keep a patient from returning to work, necessitating compensation for future wages.
  • Pain And Suffering: A chiropractor who has caused harm to a patient may be held liable for both the physical suffering and emotional distress that result from the malpractice.
  • Punitive Damages: Patients may receive punitive damages in select situations. Punitive damages are meant to deter negligent conduct that caused the damage in the future by discouraging it.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a chiropractor’s negligence or malpractice, you may be able to sue your doctor and receive compensation for your losses. Please contact Texas Personal Injury Lawyers to have one of our attorneys evaluate your claim for no charge or obligationd