Q: Why does my life not seem to matter why does a woman have to hemorrhage & pretty much die before obgyn will do a dnc
3 blood transfusions hours of unexplainable un necessary pain. To much pain meds given after patient specially said no more fentenal to then have to go into respiratory depression a laceration in my mouth from intubation and then to be told by the very person who didn't feel he needed to check on me till it was almost to late. That was a miscarriage from hell. And he thinks every woman probably goes through something like this once in their life. Other er doctors who spent 45 min of critical care with me as my condition became life threatening to one of my organ systems be ause he failed to think their was a problem low blood pressures in low 90 then in 80 then 68/24 and they got me back is what my husband had to be told. Who cares that your grandfather and grandmother just recently passed of that your baby died, sure why not just let me die to But hey they got me back 2 times great. I think its insane but no one cares Why does this not matter. Why does he get to say your Alive to me.
You make a great point. This is one of the reasons lawsuit are so important. And laws that limit or interfere with right to a jury trial do not serve justice. Otherwise doctors and others can get away without bad actions.
Here, there may be a case. Due to the nature of medical malpractice cases, the extent of your injuries may effect the viability of your case. Consult with experienced attorneys in the state where this occurred.
A: I'm sorry for your ordeal. You posted a week ago - at this point, you could try to arrange a free initial consult with local attorneys in your state. If a law firm felt confident that there could be a basis for a case, they would retrieve the medical file and review with the guidance of a health care professional. Good luck
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