Medical malpractice attorneys in New York and other jurisdictions generally work on a contingency basis. You could reach out to med mal attorneys to discuss further. Most attorneys in this field offer free initial consults. If a law firm felt that your case had merit, they could request your...Read more »
When he refused, Dr cancelled rest of IME. Defendants have issued evidence sanctions even though they have all of my friend's medical records and the nature of his injuries are not ones that would even be visible without any PPE. What are his options? Can he sue the IME Doctor for... Read more »
after 2 calls to 911 and aprox. 25 min, 2 5 foot female EMT and one firefighter arrived. I live 5 blocks from firehouse. the ambulance came from another county two towns away. They never gave me medical attention on site. they pushed and nudged my shoulder to get up and walk to their gurney, which... Read more »
Sorry to hear that your medical condition caused you pain. What you have is a potential "Governmental claim" and you should seek the assistance of a local Personal Injury attorney. You have a limited time to file a "Government claim form" against the agency that provided the EMTs.
We were denied X-ray and told Ed was for emergency patients only as he had no fever. I told them he has lvl 3 autism and eats things other than food, had not eaten for over a month could hardly walk & was going grey. Next morning I took him to Chermside hospital as he was worse & also... Read more »
I'm sorry for the ordeal your family has gone through here. However, if you are talking about Victoria, New South Wales, this forum might not be able to offer meaningful guidance. This is for basic questions involving U.S.-based matters.
Although you posted under med mal, your matter...Read more »
He also told us that the plate and the pins that he used did not work properly and he partially removed them. I spoke to one lawyer and he told me I did not have a case and recommended a different surgeon to fix my foot. I called another lawyer and spoke to her and she said that I definitely had a... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You received two conflicting opinions as to the merits of your potential case. It is not uncommon for this to happen. However, your description does point out the fact that one of the firms does not handle...Read more »
They exacted a warrant illegally on my parents house, took kids with no cause, and convicted my mom and brother. Even though my brother admitted to all in the house, they still charged my mom n convicted her under coersion.
This would be a tough case for a number of reasons dealing with proof, showing the cause was that and not an underlying issue. Suggest you contact the Wyoming Civil Liberties Union, ask for their prison rights group, ask them for the names of some of their "cooperating attorneys." Those...Read more »
My daughter had double jaw surgery . There wasn’t suppose to be no scars on her face after the surgery. She came to the Recovery room with a bruise on her chin. It looked as if something had cut her. I was told it would heal. Weeks later scab appeared and then a permanent scar . She also have... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It would be difficult for any attorney to answer your question based on the description here. One option is to reach out to Georgia med mal attorneys. If an attorney felt that your daughter might have the basis for...Read more »
The claim for wrongful death belongs to your grandson. An adult will need to bring the lawsuit on his behalf. That adult can be the girlfriend or the grandparents. Any money awarded from the lawsuit will be only for his benefit and everything must be approved by...Read more »
Overpump me with inducing meds till I rupture killing baby and I. Leaving broken parts inside causing terrible pain and years of torture and irreparable damage to my health though I have no clue for years later cause I’m no doc…….. how come I can only do something for two years ?????
The two-year period starts from the day you knew or should have known (if you had looked into your symptoms to see what was wrong) that the doctor had left something inside you, not from the date that the doctor actually left the parts in you. In other words, it is 2 years after you discovered that...Read more »
Since December My Mother's arm has been unnable to function since She went in for an unrelated procedure and had Her veins forced open over and over again for hours because he brings were small and possibly dehydrated. Instead of rescheduling they tried to force Her veins open which was... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It would be difficult for any attorney to answer your question. It calls for a medical opinion. You could reach out to med mal attorneys in the Norfolk area. If they felt that your mother might have the basis for a...Read more »
If a diagnosis of skin condition that is highly contagious won’t be tested for after 2x of asking the doctor to, be negligent or irresponsible?Family member confided that after uncle was diagnosed with skin thing she highly suspected another condition. Called doc left message, she emailed doc,... Read more »
My friends mother was staying at an assisted living center until this past February when she tragically passed away due to lack of oxygen from choking on some food she was eating for lunch. They did not check on her for 40-45 mins after lunch when they located her on the ground in her room. This... Read more »
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm very sorry for you and your friend's loss. You ask for someone to please advise. Your friend's best option would be to consider reaching out to attorneys to discuss in greater detail. Law firms that...Read more »
I have done a lot of research on my family's behalf and we all feel that my father was a victim of unethical practice that led to his untimely passing at only 58 years of age. We would like to discuss our situation and hopefully pursue a favorable plan of action to give my father the proper... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for your family's loss. In terms of steps you could take, the most productive would be to see if you could set up a consult with a law firm. If you have medical records, those would be helpful....Read more »
2006 Birmingham hip resurfacing from Dr. xxx Rome, ga. 4 months later had to switch to full hip replacement. Smith and Nephew metal on metal. Bloodwork resulted in high levels of Chromium and cobalt poisoning. 2018 Dr. xxxx Erlanger hospital Chattanooga tn. put in third hip replacement. next year... Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for four weeks. Actually, not just a Tennessee attorney, but your attorney is really the one who holds the answers here. This appears to be a very complex file that involves a number of medical providers, a medical device,...Read more »
Can they ask you if you're willing to sit there? Sure. But did you mean "ask" or "require"? If you mean "required me to sit there for a while before they were willing to take me inside", it depends on the circumstances, including exactly what was communicated....Read more »
Short answer is yes, should they is another question entirely. Many of the norms we typically associate with hospital protocols have been altered by COVID-19. If you suffered an injury as a result of that situation it may be worth contacting an attorney for a private consultation.
just as we were at the court house and set to pick a jury. I NEVER GOT PAID.... My attorney 1st said, i had to wait for the appeals to all run out. Then he said the money just disappered. My Attorney is in the top 3 of the top 10 list of ethical Attorneys in the nation. He handles Billion dollar... Read more »
It is my opinion that Dr.D treated the patient within the standard of care at all times.Dr.properly and within the standard of care recommended and performed a series of injections in knee. Dr.D properly consented to the knee injections (but the informed consent form with the client's... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general impression, I do not see it as being strongly persuasive. It uses the terms that arise in malpractice defense, such as standard of care. But some might see it as coming across as boilerplate-like in...Read more »
i had a surgery on my left foot.i went to a foot dr. (podiatrist) and told him i had numbness in 2 of my toes so he sent me for an exray went back he said he was still unsure so he sent me for a mri went back and he said i know what it is and that i would need surgery ok so i had surgery and in... Read more »
A Delaware attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. You could reach out to discuss with attorneys - the fact that you don't have money to hire an attorney is not generally a concern with med mal cases. They are usually handled on a contingency basis. In terms...Read more »
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