Q: Do I have do I have any recourse against a hospital that made , big mistakes that left husband incapacitated.
On April 4th last year my husband went to e.r. to have his foot looked at that have turned bright red and purple in color he's up in the hallway all night long without being looked at they finally were going to release him that morning and he said his foot was hurting they gave him a pain medication that needed to be monitored it was too strong he coded but he wasn't on any monitors so they didn't know for 27 minutes and it took him to 40 minutes to revive him then his kidneys failed his liver started feeling everything was going wrong and he they intubated him and he was like that for almost better part of the rest of the year then they kept switching hospitals with them he was a fighter and hospitals he had four major strokes every time they took him in the name of those two new hospital and now he is like 60 miles away from our house in a rehabilitation long-term care facility what can I do about that or is there anything I can do?
HOWEVER, YOU MUST HAVE EVIDENCE OF THE NEGLIGENCE AND A CONNECTION TO HIS MEDICAL CONDITIONS.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH A LOCAL PI/MED MAL LAWYER ASAP.
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