Miami, FL asked in Health Care Law for Arkansas

Q: Do i have a malpractice case or negligence? My 52 year old mother with a history of high bp on march 19, ,2015 went to h

Er pcp het bp was 200/180 he said she was at stroke level increased her dosage and sent her home with letting her know the higher dosage could drop it to low my dad found her dead the next morning on the porch her death certificate says heart attack . Shouldnt her docter sent her straight to er for treatmeant and montering? That way if it got to low they could have brought it back up or if she in deed have a heart attack she would have been there and could have been saved or it could have been prevented with medical the right medical treatmeant. Now did the doctor do what he suppost to have done being that he does have the degree to help the sick give medication to manage health conditions either way it goes there was hours in between her appt and her time of death that she could have been being treated in the hospital. Quetstion is what can i do and what can he be held liable for ? Justice for my momma....

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A: You need to go see a local medical malpractice attorney about this. That is the best thing you can do. The attorney will try to determine if there even is a case.

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