Nursing home abuse lawyer
Robert Wharton Partner

“My ideal client is someone that has been taken advantage of and thought no one would stand up for them.” – Robert Wharton

Professional Life and Practice

Robert Wharton is a medical malpractice attorney who focuses exclusively on trial work.  His passion for his clients is evident in his track record for winning cases, as well as his reputation among his peers.  Robert is also noted for having handled more cases than most attorneys his age.  This distinction shows his passion for helping clients in a wide variety of medical malpractice matters.  Robert has successfully litigated cases involving nursing homes, hospitals, and assisted living facilities.  He represents clients who have been  harmed due to medical mistakes, surgical errors, medication errors, abuse, and neglect.

With a focus on nursing home abuse and neglect, Robert is dedicated to helping those who may be unable to help themselves through difficult legal matters.  He is an advocate who believes strongly in getting questions answered and helping clients get closure.  One of his greatest professional passions is helping clients stand up against companies in defense of their rights, and in the pursuit of justice.

Personal Life

Robert attended Florida State University before obtaining his Juris Doctor from Baylor University School of Law.  His time at Baylor helped prepare him for his role as an advocate for his clients.  In his personal life, Robert is also passionate about helping those unable to help themselves.  He and his wife, Amanda, are involved in several local charities.  Robert passion outside of the law is working with rescue dogs.  In his spare time, Robert enjoys skiing, video games, and rescue dogs.

Awards & Recognition

  • Super Lawyers® Rising Stars: 2015 - 2017
  • Top 1% Trial Counsel in Medical Malpractice
  • 'Best of the Best, Medical Malpractice' – As selected by the Texas Lawyer’s Group
  • Largest Nursing Home Verdict 2011 – Texas, VerdictSearch – Second Chair
  • Top 10 Largest Medical Malpractice Verdicts 2011 – Texas, VerdictSearch – Second Chair