Q: My aunts arm has been broken for the past 3 months of her going to doctors. Now they say there nothing can b done
She has not been able to feel, move, or sit up. She has been in the worst pain imaginable going to Drs and they didnt see it kept saying they didn't know why she hurt. On top of that her cancer came back
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. I'm sorry for what your aunt is going through. There wasn't a question here, but if you're wondering whether this situation provides your aunt with any legal recourse, it isn't possible to give meaningful input based on these limited facts. In terms of broken arms, there's a wide range of fractures covered in that basic term, ranging from minor to catastrophic. And based on what you describe, the staff did not fail to diagnose the condition; they only advised there is nothing they could do. That could very well be the case. Only a medical professional is qualified to make a judgment there. You could reach out to Tennessee attorneys in your area to discuss. They could request the file to review with a medical professional if they felt it warranted further investigation. Good luck, and I wish the best to your aunt in triumphing over the cancer.
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