On December 3,2021 I was diagnosed with drug induced Retinal Toxicity. For 12+ years I was taking Hydroxychloroquine for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. In November 2021 I went for my annual eye exam and due to the medication use I was referred to a retina specialist to perform screenings her... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2022
Yes, you may have a case.
If you provide contact info we will reach out to you to discuss.
In the alternative please go to my website TrialHawk.com and submit your information and we will promptly contact you.
answered on Sep 26, 2018
The compensation amount would be determined in part by the severity of the injury/complications caused by the offending item. Please feel free to contact me at 703-871-5060 to discuss.
answered on Jul 30, 2018
You should contact a lawyer who specializes in birth injury cases. I am happy to speak with you regarding the claim as I have handled dozens of birth injury claims in my career. www.trialhawk.com
The doctors did not properly explain that this was a possible side effect. Does this constitute malpractice even though the surgery went well otherwise?
answered on Feb 23, 2018
Maybe. If the risk of infertility was not disclosed but under the prevailing standard of care a reasonable physician would have done so and if your sister would have declined the procedure had she been so warned the elements would be in oplacw for a successful med mal claim.
answered on Feb 19, 2018
The short answer is you likely have a claim although the value of the claim from a settlement/jury award perspective may not be significant. A closer review of the facts would reveal the extent of the damages and, hence, the potential value of your claim.
I need to have surgery again because doctor did not do surgery correctly. I have difficulty walking due to severe pain and swelling in my foot and leg. I use a power chair for mobility most of the time.
answered on Feb 14, 2018
Yes if there was substandard care provided. Consultation with an attorney will shed light on that question.
answered on Feb 14, 2018
That depends on whether or not there was a breach of medical standards of care. Do you have reason to believe inappropriate care was given? If so consultation with a lawyer to review your claim would be the next step. www.trialhawk.com.
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