Fort Worth Professional Negligence Attorneys | Fort Worth Professional Malpractice Lawyers

Today, Fort Worth and Tarrant County residents require the services of a wide variety of professionals to maintain their lives, from medical professionals to accountants, attorneys to stockbrokers, real estate brokers to architects. As opposed to in the past, when life was relatively simple, we now invest in the stock market, own all types of property, design and engineer complex structures, and undergo all kinds of surgery, from routine procedures to the most complicated of surgeries. When things go wrong due to no fault of their own, Texas residents need someone to turn to in their time of need. If you or a loved one have been injured and you believe that professional negligence, malpractice, or wrongdoing may be to blame, contact an experienced Fort Worth professional negligence attorney today.

What is Professional Malpractice?

Fighting for your rights against a professional can be a daunting challenge. Contact a Fort Worth Professional Malpractice Attorney for help.

Professional malpractice occurs when a service provider’s or other professional’s negligent acts cause harm or injury to a client or patient. Professional malpractice can extend to doctors, nurses, caregivers, hospice or elder care workers, dentists, psychiatrists, psychologists and other therapists, lawyers, architects, engineers, accountants, stockbrokers, real estate agents and other professionals servicing Tarrant County residents. Specific examples of professional negligence or malpractice include breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, mismanagement, misconduct, carelessness, and errors in judgment that a reasonable professional would not have made under the circumstances. Most people think of medical malpractice first; however, various other forms of malpractice exist, including but not limited to real estate broker malpractice, stockbroker malpractice, and engineer malpractice.

A claim for professional malpractice essentially argues that the professional failed to conform to standards that a reasonably prudent professional in the field would conform to under a similar set of circumstances. This may be due to active wrongdoing but, more frequently, negligence provides the basis for a professional malpractice claim.

If a Fort Worth, Texas professional has rendered services to you in a careless, unprofessional or otherwise inappropriate manner and you have subsequently suffered an injury — physical, emotional, or financial — you may be entitled to compensation. Contact a Fort Worth professional negligence attorney to discuss your claim.

Fort Worth Medical Malpractice

Fort Worth Medical Malpractice is perhaps the first type of professional negligence to come to mind for most people. Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional injures or otherwise harms a patient through wrongdoing, carelessness, or negligence. Please visit our Fort Worth Medical Negligence section for a full and thorough understanding of this area of Texas law.

Fort Worth Nursing Home Malpractice

DotCO has chosen to separate Fort Worth Nursing Home Malpractice from the Medical Malpractice page because of the very special aspects to a Fort Worth Nursing Home Negligence claim and the unique sensibilities of the parties. Some of these special factors include the age of the patient and the incredible trust placed in these facilities. Please read the Fort Worth Nursing Home Malpractice page to understand this very serious area of the law. It is also recommended that you contact Adult Protective Services at:

Fort Worth & Tarrant County Field Offices of Adult Protective Services
3800 Adam Grubb Street 300
Fort Worth, TX 76135
(817) 237-9488

Fort Worth Stock Broker & Real Estate Broker Negligence

Doctors aren’t the only professional who cause people injuries when they fail to live up to the industry standard of professionalism and competence. Stockbrokers, real estate brokers, and other financial professionals can also wreak havoc on your livelihood if they are negligent or engage in unethical practices. These are people you entrust with your life savings, your business decisions, and financial planning for your family’s future. For more information on Fort Worth, TX stockbroker & real estate broker malpractice, please visit that page.

Also, it is recommended that you check with the local realtors association on the realtor's standing. In Fort Worth, Texas that would be:

Fort Worth Association of Realtors
2650 Parkview Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 336-5165

Fort Worth Attorney Negligence

Just like doctors, your lawyer is held to professional standard. However, unlike doctors, your lawyer owes you a fiduciary duty. There are not a lot of lawyers who will get involved in representing a client against another lawyer. However, it is essential that if you have been injured by a lawyer's actions that you seek help. Please visit the Fort Worth Lawyer Negligence page for a full understanding of this area of law.

Fort Worth Professional Malpractice Attorneys Serve

Serving clients throughout Central Texas, including Arlington, Avondale, Azle, Bedford, Benbrook, Blue Mound, Boyd, Burleson, Colleyville, Coppell, Crowley, Dalworthington Gardens, Duncanville, Edgecliff Village, Euless, Everman, Forest Hill, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Irving, Keller, Kennedale, Lake Worth, Lakeside, Mansfield, Midlothian, North Richland Hills, Pantego, Pecan Acres, Pelican Bay, Rendon, Reno, Rhome, Richland Hills, River Oaks, Saginaw, Sanctuary, Sansom Park, Southlake, Watauga, Weatherford, Westlake, Westover Hills, White Settlement, Willow Park, areas in the vicinity of Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport, and other communities in Denton County, Johnson County, Parker County, Tarrant County, and Wise County.