Q: 2002 My Mother had a c-section and they FORGOT to take OUT the Cathether!!!!
2002 My Mother had a c-section and they FORGOT to take OUT the Cathether She Did NOT KNOW about IN 2013 She went to the emergency room Almost dying and the Doctors check her & Did her surgeries ,Thats when they told her they Found A Cathether inside her that caused her to have kidney STONES ,Infections etc,she Contacted some Lawyers & at The End they TOLD HER IT WAS her fault & she waited too LONG ,WELL Anyways >>>,Now 2017 she has DIALISYS BOTH Her Kidneys Are NOT WORKING, what should she DO ,.for Me It is A Medical Malpractice .because A Cathether SHOULD BE REMOVE before you leave home when having Birth.So now it WASNT Her fault she did Not know about the catheter inside her or why WOULD SHE RISK her precious Life .please Helpp Is so SAD SEEING MY MOTHER In dialisys
A: You are right and I suggest you start a campaign to get your state to change it's statute of limitations, but the problem is that when she went and they found the catheter,she knew there was an issue--maybe not a dialysis level issue but there was an issue. The clock started running. She didn't consult an attorney then and it's too late to do it now.There oughta be a law? You are right. But there wont be one if people like you and your mom don't organize to change the law.
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