Q: Last month I had an MRI done on my spine and the hospital I went to basically didn't want to do anything knowing I had i
Back in 2019 December 13th I had surgery done on my stomach ever since then I haven't been feeling right I've been in a lot of pain in my stomach and back haven't been able to eat right all this other stuff come to find out a couple weeks ago I went to the hospital had an MRI done they told me it was bruising of the spine come to find out from a different hospital it was an infection in the spine and now I have to have surgery done to my spine because of this infection they basically didn't want to help me because of my past history from back when I was in Old 18 20 years old and used to use drugs so they labeled me as a drug user addict a couple times that I went to the emergency room they were saying nothing came back all the tests were clear positive Lan really this infection has been going on for at least a couple months I've been in and out of the hospital at least 10 times in the past 6 months
A: A Florida attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You've provided considerable information, but there didn't appear to be a question. If you are wondering whether you have legal rights stemming from medical care you received, one option is to contact a med mal attorney in Florida. If an attorney felt there might be a basis for a claim, they could request your records and review with a medical professional.
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