Adam T. Funk
Directory Practice Areas
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
- Medical Malpractice
- Asbestos & Mesothelioma
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- Dangerous Drugs
- Medical Devices
- Pharmaceutical Malpractice
- Pipeline Explosion
- Toxic Torts
- Trucking Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Contingent Fees
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Branch Law Firm|
|University of Houston - Main Campus||J.D.|
|Member, Texas State Bar|
|Member, New Mexico State Bar|
|, American Association for Justice|
|, Texas Trial Lawyers Association|
|, Houston Trial Lawyers Association|
|, New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association|
- Overall: 58th
- This Year: 3rd
- Last 30 Days: 2nd
- Last 7 Days: 2nd
- Overall: 32 Answers
- This Year: 32 Answers
- Last 30 Days: 32 Answers
- Last 7 Days: 32 Answers
Q: Are settlements in a lawsuit public information?
A: Very few are because the defendant requests a confidentiality agreement.
Q: I need help with someones lawsuit
A: Lawyers are always here to help.
Q: My best friend and my daughter's god father was killed in Texas, the family has sued. Can we sue for our grief and loss?
A: If you did not witness the accident then no. If you did, then there might be a claim. You should speak to an attorney as soon as possible for statute of limitations purposes.
Q: I need an approximate amount of money if I give up my right for medical treatment for life. I'm 31 years old
A: I'm not sure I understand your question. If you provide more details, perhaps I can help.
Q: My mom was given to much medication in the ER and nothing was charted what are our options
A: I answered a similar question above. Please see that answer.
Q: My daughter died at John Petersmith Hospital (a county hospital) due to doctor errors and negligence. Can I file malpractice?
A: You can file against a county hospital, however, you must get permission first. The Texas Tort Claims Act applies here. The Act requires that you send a claim notice letter to the county first before you can file a lawsuit. There are many rules and caveats you must follow and therefore contacting an attorney is crucial.
Q: I was hit by a person with no insurance. I want to take them to small claims but the address she provided is not current
A: You are right that you need to get her correct address. When you sue someone, you must provide the defendant with notice of the lawsuit so they may defend themselves. You can find her information through voter registeries, property records databases, or hire a private investigator.
Q: I have 6 broken medical screws they removed what they could but still having problems walking
A: You may have a medical malpractice case, a product defect case, or both. You should sit down with an attorney and talk about your options.
Q: Does operating on adult patients without their specific consent constitute malpractice
A: There is a claim for failure to obtain informed consent.
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Website: Adam T. Funk's Website Profile
Website: Branch Law Firm Webiste
Blog: New Mexico Injury Lawyer Blog
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