Q: had one of my testicles removed by a urologist after a nurse roughly ruptured an artery in my right testicle
Due to lack of care was the nurse negligent
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.
Consult with a South Florida personal injury attorney immediately. Most, like our firm, offer free consultations.
Daniel Berman, Esq.
Charles M. Baron agrees with this answer
A: Sure sounds like negligence, and I'm sorry to hear about your ordeal. A review of the facts and medical records would reveal whether there would be worthwhile case to be brought on a contingency fee basis (meaning fees are paid upon prevailing or settling, and there is no fee if no recovery). Schedule a free consultation as soon as possible.
A: You may have a case. Discuss with counsel here in Florida for possible contingency fee representation. That means Lawyer doesn't collect or charge a fee unless you win your case. Do not delay as Statute of limitations filing periods are much shorter for medical negligence claims.
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