Q: I had a deep chemical peel in March 2021 , I now have hypopigmentation and scars, do I have a case?
Dermatologist did tell me it was permanent and there was nothing he could do , also have some hyperpigmentation, its been horrible!
A: A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It could be difficult for any attorney to offer a simple "yes" or "no" answer to your question about whether you have a case. They would likely want to see visual evidence such as photos, and possibly a medical opinion as to the level of permanence. You could reach out to attorneys in Texas to discuss. Most law firms that handle injury cases offer free initial consults. If you have before-and-after photos, those would be helpful to an attorney. Good luck
A: In order for a Texas Lawyer to answer the question of whether a client's case has merit and will prevail, depends on the evidence against the offending party. In a case against a healthcare provider, many times a doctor or clinic will deny responsibility and your claim requiring you to file a lawsuit. In Texas, a court will require that you comply with the Texas rules providing timely notice (before filing the lawsuit) to the healthcare provider outlining your complaint. You will also be required to retain a medical expert who is qualified to support your allegations to prove that the defendant doctor or clinic failed to meet the "medical standard of care" and such breach of this standard was the producing cause of your injury. If your evidence and expert report is compelling and persuasive, it may be possible that the defendant's insurance company will attempt to settle your case before Trial. Consult with an attorney having experience with medical malpractice cases to assist you with your case. Best of luck to you.
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