2 different issues: first whether it should have been scoped at all. It's unlikely that you are going to be successful on a case claiming a doctor wasn't aggressive enough. Second, whether the doctor is at fault for the infection. Also a difficult case but possibly worth a review. Find a local malpractice expert to review.
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Infections are typically known risks of surgery, and it appears that your doctor was trying a conservative approach, but you are welcome to have a local malpractice lawyer order your records to investigate
You need to contact a Texas personal injury attorney to discuss this matter. In order to maintain a medical malpractice lawsuit in Texas, there must be a causal relationship between the manner in which the physician failed to meet the standard(s) of care for the medical treatment rendered and the injury, harm or damages claimed. An expert opinion must be obtained regarding the causal relationship.
Strict or not, the only way to know for sure if you have a case would be to consult with an experienced TX medical malpractice lawyer.
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