Shelbyville, IN asked in Personal Injury and Health Care Law for Indiana

Q: Biomat did physical/lab work 4weeks ago.I had lab work done at my doctor's,it came out extremely bad for several things

Yet biomat let me donate. I'm 61 with a VSD in my heart.i have many health issues.i started donating 4 weeks ago.somehow, they keep letting me.And I donated twice last week. I have been extremely sick.on first donation,phlabotomist said "call 911". I was very sick.i told them I just wanted to go home.they let me go home.Never checked on me.i used to donate there in the past( I got flagged alot because of high blood pressure &more)was desperate,needed the money.i spent all day yesterday throwing up. I'm still extremely could I possibly PASS their health pannel,panel, yet my kidneys are in terrible shape along with my whole Lab panel is scary children are quite upset.i could of died because they never told me I was this sick.all I saw was the money I needed.i really didn't know I would be this sick.Teresa L Puckett. I have been on disability for my health issues too.i was very honest about my health issues with them.

1 Lawyer Answer
Charles Candiano
Charles Candiano
  • Chicago, IL
  • Licensed in Indiana

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