She is 14, developmentally+intellectually delayed +sensory processing disorder, verbal,borderline nonverbal due to inability to get accurate, straight answers from her, or her inability to communicate in intelligible expressive language in an inquisitive setting, inability to accurately... Read more »
Infections can occur in hospitals with or without negligence/malpractice. Only a careful review of your case can determine if there was negligence. There are also many other factors in evaluating malpractice cases, including the nature and extent of harm and future treatment needed due to the...Read more »
I'm very sorry to hear the ordeal you have experienced. The foley balloon, once left in your body after completion of the c-section and any further medical care, became what is known as a "retained foreign object". This should never have happened. A medical malpractice claim may be warranted.
I was sent from their ER to an Out Paitent Hospital, and while under medicine by IV, I fell getting out of bed and fell against the door frame and hit my head there and on the floor. Blood was everywhere and they didn't even attend to the open cut on my eyebrow region. I have been under... Read more »
They told my fiance and mom they had to put me in the coma because I was threatening to hurt myself or others which was a total lie but in my medical records it says I had respiratory failure which was also a lie I ended up getting MRSA and pneumonia because they didn't clean the feeding tube... Read more »
Sorry to hear what happened to you. If you wish to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit, you will need to obtain copies of your medical / hospital records and speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney so that they can have them reviewed by an appropriate expert. Almost all of them...Read more »
3 hours. I was givven an an epidural, that did not work at all. They were highly alarmed about it. Now my son has autism, sensory pro disorder. And can't speak. There doctors avoided me the entire 4 days in the hospital. He didnt even & do the circumcision! We have video and pictures as... Read more »
I was just informed yesterday that it's more of a medical malpractice which has a one-year timeline. However, a different attorney told me that it is the 3-year timeline for medical malpractice. I need clarification. Since I thought I had it handled with this attorney who turns out to be... Read more »
Doctor performed plantar fascia release and heel spur removal, after 1yr of remaining in walking boot, and complaining of new pain, he gave up on me. I had to find another doctor and was told by new doctor that the other doctor cut too low from area of the chief complaint is and into the area... Read more »
I was referred to a surgeon and have learned through a family member at another hospital that this surgeon has had past lawsuits against her. I have looked at the courts on-line but they don't seem to list malpractice cases.
If it's dismissed withOUT prejudice, you can re-file at any point before the SOL runs.
The answer to the fees and costs question is between you, the new law firm, and the client. You're generally entitled to be reimbursed for costs, but asserting a lien for your fee in a case...Read more »
While in the Care of Tioga Community Care ( terrible reputation ) rehab for a fall in my driveway resulting in a concussion and a stay in Rapides Hospital after which I was sent to Tioga where I vaguely recall, arguing with nurse Shannon. It seems I fell in my room ending with an Ambulance ride to... Read more »
I am not certain there is a requirement for insurance, however if the coroner does obtain insurance, either the office of the coroner or the parish in which the coroner is located would most likely obtain the insurance as there is no requirement that each coroner be insured by the same insurance...Read more »
it has been a year now. my father was only in her facility for one month. lawyer says they can not subpoena the owner because we are not in litigation. What can i do to help my lawyer retrieve the records.
I hope you get a useful answer on this forum, but if don't, the type of lawyer you need to look for to obtain another opinion depends on the reason you wish to obtain the records. If you suspect medical malpractice, contact a lawyer specializing in that area. If you want the records for some...Read more »
In 1964 my great grandmother was shot and killed by a man who was having a psychotic episode that included hallucinations. He had been released from a mental hospital just a few days before. This happened in New Hampshire. Can the hospital be held liable for prematurely releasing him?
There is not much information in your question to assist an attorney in determining whether you have a case. I would say that negligence cases, including medical malpractice claims, generally have a 2 year statute of limitations. You indicate that the incident occurred in 2020. Without knowing...Read more »
Torn right patellar tendon that has left me on crutches for over two years in February that has contributed to shoulder tendinitis’s, bone spurs, degenerative lumbar disc disease and daily lower back and shoulder pain. Have reached out to several local attorneys with little or no response. I... Read more »
You should establish a basis for medical malpractice and notify the medical provider of your intent to file a lawsuit. Usually, this should happen within a year of injury, or one year after the victim discovered or should have discovered the injury, or three years of the date of the malpractice....Read more »
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