Houston Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) Complications Lawyer

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If your digestive system does not function properly or you have a gastrointestinal disease, you may need total parenteral nutrition (TPN), which is complete nutrition delivered intravenously. While this treatment can benefit those who cannot use their digestive systems at all, physicians may neglect to uphold a reasonable standard of care and cause complications like dehydration, blood clots, high or low blood pressure, or infection. 

If you suffer injuries due to a medical professional’s careless actions when administering TPN, our experienced total parenteral nutrition complication lawyers at Davis & Davis can help. We have proudly served Texas medical malpractice victims in our over 65 years of combined experience, and we take cases nationwide. With our commitment to professionalism and specialization in medical malpractice, we have the skills and knowledge to take on your TPN complications claim. 

Who May Be Liable for TPN Complications?

TPN often involves several medical professionals, so when complications occur, it can be challenging to know whose negligence caused them. Part of the TPN process involves regular lab testing to ensure that the treatment meets your needs, your organs are functioning properly, and you are infection-free. Therefore, if you experience health issues after receiving TPN, the following may be responsible:

  • Doctor or nurse: If a doctor or nurse improperly inserts the TPN peripheral line, gives poor instructions, or misreads lab results, they may be liable for your injuries.
  • Medical provider: If the liable party is employed by a hospital or medical provider, their employer may be responsible as well.
  • Third-party professionals: Your doctor may use a third party to conduct your regular lab work, so if your results are inaccurate or not properly handled, the third party could be held accountable for your injuries.

Our knowledgeable lawyers understand the complications associated with TPN. We can help you identify a liable party and gather evidence, like medical records, test results, and witness testimony, to prove that their negligence directly caused your injuries and other damages. 

Potentially Recoverable Damages for a Houston TPN Complications Claim

TPN complications can take a serious physical and emotional toll on your life. We believe these losses deserve recognition, so we fight tirelessly to secure maximum compensation. Our diligent total parenteral nutrition complication lawyers assess your condition and listen to your story to calculate your claim’s worth, which may include the following costs:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Past, present, and future medical bills
  • Lost wages from missed work
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Prescribed medications
  • Emotional distress
  • Reduced quality of life
  • Disability

Like many other states, Texas has a cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice claims. These types of damages include pain and suffering, emotional distress, reduced quality of life, and others with non-monetary value. 

If you pursue a claim against one medical professional or institution, the non-economic damage cap is $250,000. When suing multiple institutions, the cap is $500,000. These limitations do not apply to economic damages. With these caps in mind, we do everything we can to help you achieve the settlement you deserve.

8 Ways a Lawyer Can Help With Your TPN Complications Claim

If you suffer from TPN complications, you should prioritize your recovery instead of worrying about the complicated legal process. Our hardworking total parenteral nutrition complication lawyers at Davis & Davis allow you to do just that. We handle every aspect of your claim with the utmost care and attention, including the following:

  • Conducting a detailed investigation
  • Collecting and analyzing evidence
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • Filing your claim properly and within the two-year statute of limitations
  • Negotiating your behalf
  • Utilizing other medical professionals to strengthen your claim
  • Answering your questions
  • Taking your claim to court if necessary

While you can attempt to file your claim on your own, you risk overlooking crucial details and settling for a lowball offer. Our skilled and tenacious total parenteral nutrition complication lawyers leave no stone unturned and provide unwavering advocacy, so you can rest assured you are in the right hands and achieve a successful outcome.

Get in Touch With a Skilled Houston Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) Complications Lawyer at Davis & Davis Today

If you have gastrointestinal issues and receive TPN treatment, you trust your doctor to uphold a reasonable standard of care and keep you informed, healthy, and safe. Unfortunately, some physicians fail to do this, causing serious complications. If this is the case for you, contact our experienced lawyers at Davis & Davis. We understand what it takes to handle these claims and achieve the compensation you deserve.

With over 65 years of combined experience working on the most complex medical malpractice claims, our seasoned lawyers are not afraid to take on your claim, regardless of circumstances. We work with you every step of the way and develop a personalized plan based on your needs. Not only does this give you the best chance of success, but it also gives you peace of mind that you are in the right hands. Schedule your free case consultation today by calling (888) 522-9444 or filling out our contact form.

John A. Davis, Jr.


John A. Davis, Jr. and Steven R. Davis

May 9 2024

Steven R. Davis and John A. Davis, Jr. are experienced attorneys at Davis & Davis, a law firm that specializes in medical malpractice cases in Texas. With a deep commitment to justice that guides their ethical approach, Davis and Davis have dedicated their careers to helping victims of medical negligence. They and their team continue to advocate for clients, despite the challenges posed by Texas's cap on recoverable damages in malpractice lawsuits. Davis & Davis pride themselves on their extensive experience in the field and their readiness to meet clients across the United States.

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