An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the arrangements that were made. It's possible that some type of third-party arrangement had been made here, where others may have been placed in control of your health care decisions or...View More
Arkansas is supposed to have a law to allow doctors to prescribe pain medication that actually works but they have been depriving patients of this medication and causing them to commit suicide or turn to dangerous street drugs so they don't have to suffer 24 hours a day. It will drive you to... View More
The Intractable Pain Act provides a defense to licensed physicians for prescribing narcotics to certain patients with intractable pain. It provides a defense to criminal prosecution and does not create a civil cause of action, much less one against the state.
I went to a dermatologist today with an appointment that was previously booked. Upon arrival I gave them my insurance card and they stated that they did not accept my insurance. I offered to pay out-of-pocket since I really need to be looked at and they flat out refused and said that they would get... View More
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to arrange a consult with a local attorney to review the matter under state-specific insurance and health care regulations for Arkansas, the general rule nationwide is that doctors are free to...View More
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your difficult situation. You could consult with a local attorney about options, but in these types of settings, there's no telling what happens to such records. Your first inexpensive...View More
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, you could also check with your surgeon if they are able to offer narratives or notes supporting the medical necessity of the surgery. Good luck
A "Health-Care Power of Attorney" is what you need and it is specifically authorized in statute by most states. It should be HIPAA compliant, and cover any and all medical prodedures and contingencies.
A "Health Care Directive" or "Living Will" is a narrower...View More
Your question remains open for four weeks and might have been overlooked in the Health Care Law category. You could repost in the Employment Law category - if an employment law attorney was able to pick up your question, they would have the most insight into this issue. Good luck
Like most situations, there isn't a simple "yes" or "no" answer. The Arkansas infertility mandate requires that insurance plans in Arkansas cover IVF up to a set lifetime amount. However, many HMO and self-insured plans are exempt from this requirement.
I am being wrongfully accused of something with little to no investigation into the event, the school is just believing what a parent is claiming and going off of that w/o my side of it. They consulted w/ their lawyer who determined that I was a liability so they are recommending termination.... View More
Your problem is that the hospital, since it is not a party to the divorce case, is not obligated to abide by the terms of the decree. Talk to an attorney about getting a subpoena issued requiring the hospital to disclose the records.
Er pcp het bp was 200/180 he said she was at stroke level increased her dosage and sent her home with letting her know the higher dosage could drop it to low my dad found her dead the next morning on the porch her death certificate says heart attack . Shouldnt her docter sent her straight to er for... View More
You need to go see a local medical malpractice attorney about this. That is the best thing you can do. The attorney will try to determine if there even is a case.
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