A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could reach out to the law firm(s) involved in such suit(s) - it appears you did some research and determined a current suit is pending. Keep in mind that if the matter involves...Read more »
I received a bill recently for services that had happened close to nine months ago. I had been approved for financial assistance for those services from the hospital and received a letter saying that "my account [was] closed" around six months before receiving this new bill. Can someone... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. More details could be helpful here. But as a general matter, a patient could be billed by more than one entity for services received in a hospital. A hospital could have its primary billing and collections office, but in...Read more »
The statute of limitations is a deadline to start a case or forever lose the right to start. It makes it so someone can't bring a case against you for something that happened a long time ago. You can get a general idea about by reading the Wikipedia page but for specifics, you'll need...Read more »
I am not a doctor and am not sure what those prescriptions are for, but since you're both married and this is your son, you both are free to make medical choices regarding your son, either jointly or separately.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. This could be more of a consumer law/health law matter than a personal injury or med mal matter - unless you were injured as a result of the procedures. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but you could...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. You could reach out to med mal-wrongful death attorneys. A law firm that handles one of those categories would likely handle the other in most cases. Since your mom is...Read more »
My father, who has previously been diagnosed with dementia/alzheimers, is recovering from covid and is having complications. He seems to be having stroke or heart attack symptoms after testing negative and the nursing home he is in isn't fully equipped to handle his recovery in my opinion. The... Read more »
The only way you can obtain power of attorney to act for your father is if he is capable of giving it, and does so. A guardianship requires court action, after proof that your father is unable to make his own decisions. (BTW, "Power of Attorney" refers to the document, not the person,...Read more »
Mom says that dad sundowns and is becoming aggressive by being verbally abusive towards her. My mom depends on a walker to get around, she insists she is fine and can take care of him. I feel they need a live in nurse or be put in a home. My mom won’t hear of it. Will I be held liable if... Read more »
While you may not be financially liable, you may find it hard to live with the consequences. At some point your father may lack legal capacity to decide where he lives (among other things). If a physician completes a Physician's Certificate of Medical Examination showing that he lacks total...Read more »
I have a medical bill with Methodist Health System who is a Tax Exempt health entity. They have a financial assistance policy in place that has in section 4.2 of the policy for medically indigent circumstances. The wording states "Medically Indigent" means a patient with medical or... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. To answer meaningfully, an attorney would probably need to see the policy and related communications. Additionally. it's possible there could be forum selection clauses that govern resolution of disputes, whether...Read more »
The defendant was having a paranoid schizophrenic bipolar episode. He is on medication and doctors care and attending Alta Pointe. However due to the pandemic they were not meeting with him in person due to this pandemic. His fears are real to him.
Please clarify the question. A defendant being found guilty of anything implies that either that he entered a plea of guilty or no contest or that the prosecuion proved every element of their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Most, but not all, offenses require some sort of "culpable...Read more »
I have to have a mammogram and the imaging center is asking people to wait in their car to be called to come inside. I feel that is ridiculous and Texas Health has that policy. If I can't get them to stop that practice I will have to change my whole health care provider. Can I sue them over... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Many facilities are taking similar measures in these difficult times. They may not be explicitly telling people to wait in their cars, but they take in only limited numbers of the public into doctor waiting rooms, post...Read more »
I was hurt late last summer as I fell/thrown off the side of a goose neck trailer. I was taken to a Concentra for a drug test not for my injury. I never went to the doctor thinking I was just bruised and also having no insurance. I also never said that my back was still hurting because of the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, it wouldn't be treated as a personal injury case because it looks like it took place in the course of employment. In terms of no insurance, if there was workers' comp if effect, that might have covered medical expenses. A WC attorney could...Read more »
1. I live with my boyfriend who has 2 adult daughters they do not live at home. The other night after being told not to come over they both barged in the house to come over “talk” to me . Haha they come to stir up problems. I told them to leave I wasn’t talking to them I went to bedroom shut... Read more »
This question is marked as both Georgia and Texas. The exact rules that apply will depend on the location of the house. If the house is in Texas, you can't legally exclude them from the house if they are invited by their father... but you could leave him and move somewhere on your own... and...Read more »
When I contacted the office her assistant told me the doctor has told her to "ignore" all requests for a refill from pharmacies. I have sent two texts and called twice. I am out of my meds at this point, all for hard to treat depression. I have been trying to get refills for two weeks.
This is a question best handled by a Texas attorney, but you await a response for four weeks. I'm sorry for your difficult situation. If the doctor is refusing to refill based on a medical reasoning in support of your best interests, that could provide them with justification. If they do not...Read more »
It will as far as you being the financial sponsor. You must show sufficient income to act as his sponsor, and if you cant meet that minimum, then you will need to find someone else who can act as the joint financial sponsor.
I'm sorry for your ordeal here, both in terms of your catastrophic injury and the treatment-related issues that followed. Your question has not been picked up for four weeks. You don't need anyone to tell you that you should speak with a workers' comp attorney on these issues; you...Read more »
My dad is in the hospital and has a tentative discharge date for next week where he will he is supposed to be sent home and we will take care of him. The hospital told us they will give us adequate time to train us to take care of him at home, but when I ask them if they will train us they tell me... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise you best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It sounds like the type of attorney you need is a health care attorney. If you want to pursue the false statement, that would be a defamation attorney. Before bringing attorneys into the mix, why don't you...Read more »
Legal capacity to sign a Will is not determined by whether or not one is in hospice. You might want to contact a local elder lawyer: we make house calls. If so, use the Find a Lawyer function on the website of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (eee.naela.org)
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