Robert Painter & Taunya Painter highlighted on H Texas magazine's "Top Lawyers" list
This marks the eighth consecutive years that Painter Law Firm medical malpractice attorneys have been included designated H Texas magazine "Top Lawyers"
In May 2015, H Texas magazine included Texas medical malpractice lawyers Robert Painter and Taunya Painter on the prestigious list of "Houston's Top Lawyers."
Medical malpractice. Brain damage. Serious injuries. Wrongful death.
Painter Law Firm stands up for patients and their families who are victimized by the poor, sub-standard care of hospitals, doctors and nurses.
When someone is injured or dies as a result of medical malpractice, Texas law makes it hard to obtain justice. That is why it is so important to choose experienced lawyers who handle medical malpractice cases—and know how to confront both the defendants and the challenges imposed by Texas law.
Attorney Robert Painter was a hospital administrator before attending law school. He then practiced law for six years at a mega-firm, where he defended doctors and hospitals. Attorney Taunya Painter has extensive legislative and corporate experience.
Together, their background and training enable Robert and Taunya to understand how hospitals, doctors and nurses should provide care. They also know how to dissect complex corporate structures and mounds of paper to find the evidence they need to prosecute cases for their clients.
Robert said, “We know first-hand what hospitals, doctors and big companies do to fight off people with legitimate cases. At Painter Law Firm, we use that know-how to combat for our clients every day.”
Robert Painter is a medical malpractice lawyer at Painter Law Firm PLLC.
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