An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. At this point, you could reach out to law firms to discuss, but one of the issues that could likely come up is whether the instructions for taking the medications were clear enough despite the error, and what damages...Read more »
I take pregablin for fibromyalgia. I called for my rheumatologist to send a refill to my pharmacy on Friday, called again Monday & they called back stating he couldn't get it to go through his computer. They offered to 'try again tomorrow'. I called today & the phone nurse... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. Your best option to determine the merits of a potential case would be to reach out to med mal law firms. However, despite the anguish you experienced, if the damages you sustained were...Read more »
There are statutory protections for those that help others who are overdosing. However, if there are facts/events that do not fall within the statutory protections, it may be possible for you to be prosecuted. You should consult with a criminal defense attorney.
The doctor misdiagnosed my injury, delayed my treatment, and altered my restriction paperwork with my knowledge. Which I believe all of these act to be intentional base on audio recordings of our conversation ( the doctors contradictions on treatment) this was all due to my former employer who... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you have a meaningful consult with an Indiana attorney based on state-specific elements of law, the criteria for med mal claims are fairly standard throughout the nation in the most general sense. The criteria...Read more »
I filed a complaint with attorney general's office Indiana about sub standard treatment. Which resulted in harming me more. Consequently, the outpatient clinic retaliated. Their actions didn't just exclude being treated by their facility, it effectively denied me treatment at any... Read more »
Only an Indiana attorney could advise here because statutes of limitations for med mal and other actions are governed by state law, but your question remains open for a week. You may want to consider reaching out to a local attorney to discuss in detail, and examine the legal theories on which you...Read more »
My attorney has all my information, records, testimonials, and more I have depression and anxiety not to mention the injury from the medical malpractice I have to always seek him and when I talk to him all he says is we're waiting and I have been since January 2020 I don't know the... Read more »
If suit was filed in January, 2020, you may or may not have secured service of process before the Courts closed. All Indiana Civil Courts were closed for several months. Case activity depended heavily on jurisdiction and whether the Parties were comfortable with Zoom or other electronic media...Read more »
When I was 15 I was pregnant. I told the OBGYN (In the office every visit you saw a different OB it rotated between 2 OBGYN and 1 Midwife. I spoke to 1 and stated I did not believe I was as far along as stated and requested another ultrasound. It was denied and the head OBGYN stated he'd... Read more »
Only an Indiana attorney could advise, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal with the case and for the loss of your father. Statutes of limitations are governed by state law, which is why only an Indiana attorney could advise. Some states do have tolling of...Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. Something isn't clear from the wording of the description. It could be difficult for an attorney to call you, as you requested in the post. This forum doesn't work like an attorney referral service where...Read more »
So I went to the urologist Dr and he made me an appointment to come back and get put under anesthesia to take a camera up my urethra look in my bladder to see what's going on. Well I woke up and they said everything was fine and not worry about it. So I made an appointment for about a month... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could reach out to Indiana med mal attorneys to discuss in further. Attorneys in this field typically offer free initial consults. If an attorney identified the basis for a case,...Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. You can look here on Justia in the Find-a-Lawyer section (the tab above to the left) under Indiana Medical Malpractice attorneys in the Fort Wayne area, or you could conduct your own independent searches on the Internet or other media. You could also look into the...Read more »
Fingers. He knew two years prior planned parenthood did paps since 13 yr. also I check at age 40 paps are done 3-5 yrs he knew I had one yr before so he intentionally sexual misconduct. I reported it to nurse on other side building 4 days later also MHS case manager and dr that had me report to... Read more »
A sexual assault which should be reported to the local police or Sheriff office. Send certified letter with all the details of they won’t take your statement. Get therapy through Victims Assistance if you can not afford it.
There was a previous report to compare she didn’t want to look at it. And she said septated cysts were not on my left ovarie I was trying to ask questions finally she looked at the paper and looked at me and said yes left side is septated I asked if I callus see the report and she left the room.... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. This is really something on which an Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. You have the right to straightforward and honest answers about your medical concerns. You also have the right to see your medical records. You could...Read more »
I went to this provider and stated that I had pain in a particular area of my body. He roughly and unexpectedly tapped the area with his instrument causing immediate pain to me and I reacted by coming up out of my seated position, to the Dr.'s alarm. I immediately and angrily said to him... Read more »
I was recently arrested and while being incarcerated the jail put me on a medication called Zyprexa without speaking to any medical staff or doctor. I don't have any prescriptions that I'm supposed to take. The medication they put me on caused extremely visual hallucinations. They gave me... Read more »
It didn't look like there was a question here; something may have gotten cut off in uploading. However, if you are wondering if you have the grounds for a med mal case, it isn't possible to say based on the brief facts provided. It looks like you are describing a failure to diagnose...Read more »
Indiana Code sections 16-36-1.7-0.5 to 16-36-1.7-5 deal with Psychiatric Advance Directives, including requirements to execute a directive as set forth in Indiana Code section 16-36-1.7-2. You can view these and other Indiana Code sections online using this website:...Read more »
Can a physician give out private information to a third party, such as law inforcement, beyond the obvious (not a threat to oneself or others)? In other words, can a criminal case be dismissed based on a violation of privacy on account of a physician? Personal information was given out without my... Read more »
Any such violation of your privacy rights would come under Fourth Amendment analysis. The appropriate sanction would be suppression of the evidence, not dismissal of charges. Of course, suppression of evidence can often result in the State being unable to proceed, and thus dismissal.
I went in for my first ultrasound at 8 weeks and the ultrasound tech lead me to believe that everything was fine. I went in 2 weeks later to the emergency room because I had some spotting and cramps the emergency room did an external ultrasound and a fetal Doppler but told me that it was normal not... Read more »
First of all, it sounds that you been through some tough times. In order to have a malpractice case, you would need to show negligence. I am not sure you present enough facts to determine negligence. It doesn't make sense to me that they would confuse your heart beat with the fetus'...Read more »
It was a dog bite...patient contracted MRSA then sent home to treat it didn’t get better. Had to call the ambulance because of low blood pressure yellowing skin and eyes and then it advanced to sepsis. Multiple organ failure and slipped into partial coma. He called an ambulance 3 times before... Read more »
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