You may have a case. However, medical malpractice claims are tricky and complicated and what may seem like a great case may always not be. It would depend on the facts and circumstances that lead to the rupture.
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The family should immediately consult with a Florida personal injury attorney. Most, like our firm, offer free consultations. These type of cases are very tricky and full of pitfalls, so trying to handle it on your own without and attorney is a terrible idea.
Yes, you can move forward with the suit, however you will need a Florida attorney to assist you as these cases are quite complex and full of pitfalls. A personal representative will likely need to be appointed by the courts.
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I have a broken nose, cuts and bruises on my face, neck and shoulder and my back is hurting. I went to the hospital that day, but I'm still in so much pain. Do I need to use my health insurance? I need help paying these medical bills.
Your auto insurance (PIP) will cover your medical bills initially, up to $10,000 generally. You likely have a claim against the at-fault driver. You should consult with a personal injury attorney immediately. Most firms, like ours, offer free consultations.
It depends on the facts and situation. You should not attempt to handle this on your own. you should contact a Florida personal injury attorney immediately. Most, like my firm, offer free consultations.
You should immediately hire a Florida personal injury attorney to handle this for you. It would be a major mistake to try to take this on yourself as you will not be treated fairly by the insurance companies.
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I had a doctor perform an ERCP on me and he messed up causing them to need to put a stent inside of my body to prevent pancreatitis since he irritated my pancreas. Now I'm getting charged thousands in total because of the procedure, visits, and now the procedure to take it out. Can I do anything?
Perhaps, but only if you can prove that the Dr. violated the standard of care and that your issues are not a known possible complication of the procedure you had performed. You will need another Dr. as an expert to state this.
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Was in a accident on 2-2-18 involving a City Bus I hurt my entire back and right hip I'm on workers comp the insurance company contacted me on 2-13-18 the adjuster I talk 2 said once I'm done with treatment the will pay whatever workers comp don't pay along with pain and suffering in one lump some... Read more »
We took my 3 lg, 2y/o dogs (no aggressive hx) to the vet. We always go straight to a room or offer to wait in the car. Checked in & was told they had an emerg. we’d be in a room in 10-15 mins. Offered to wait in the car, but they said it wouldn’t be long so waited outside maybe 6ft from the... Read more »
Yes, under certain circumstances. You must be able to show that the Doctor violated the Standard of Care, which is usually done through the testimony or report of another Doctor. Contact a Florida Personal Injury attorney like us as soon as possible. Most attorney's handle these type of cases...Read more »
I was a passenger in an auto accident in Mission Bay lot in Boca Raton. I recovered from the driver where I was sitting but not from the other driver that hit us, a 90 year old podiatrist from Oneonta, NY who said he did not see us and my driver, henry stein said he thought he cleared the other car... Read more »
You can likely still bring an action against the driver and the employer, but cases against the government are somewhat different with some different procedures and rules. Contact a Florida personal injury attorney to assist you.
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