Q: Can I still sue my gyno for over prescribing opioids after a botched hysterectomy in 2008 causing current addiction
My gyno prescribed me way over 400 15mg Oxycodone and 10mg Hydrocodone a MONTH. Although the insurance refused to cover more than 1 Rx a month, the Dr. kept approving them to be filled and the pharmacy filled them. This continued for over a year. I became an addict because of this negligence and am currently still addicted to opiates!
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for the impact this has had on your life. Regardless of jurisdiction, there is the inescapable problem that fourteen years have elapsed, aside from other issues. You can reach out to local law firms to see if they would offer you a free initial consult to offer their take on the matter.
Regardless of whether a law firm identified the merits for a claim, there is still a positive way to look at this. You have identified a problem and have had the courage to address it on a forum in seeking assistance. You still hold the power to direct your energies positively in researching for help with the addiction aspect of this matter. There are professionals and other resources out there to help you turn things around. Good luck
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