I want to know how legal it is. Also the entity receiving the claims has changed it's name multiple times and I want to know how legal that is as well. I already submitted it to the state with my evidence.
You cannot force a doctor to continue to prescribe you a controlled substance. Xanax has a number of well-documented side effects including low blood pressure, abnormal liver function, weight gain, lethargy, and, in cases of addiction and overuse, coma or death.
Did nothing then year later a different dr. referred me to general surgeon who said I needed hernia surgery..got second opinion that showed on testing no hernia but I do have separation of stomach muscles. This affects me daily .She delayed me from getting testing for a year and then when I was... View More
I had taken him to a pediatric dentist, we have insurance. They needed to submit the claim to figure out cost, I have called and they told me they would call when they receive the information from the insurance company. This went on for awhile. We are currently sitting in Children's Hospital... View More
In January my mother was admitted to the hospital for pneumonia and COPD exacerbation. After a couple of days, she seemed to be doing better and was no longer requiring the use of the BIPAP machine, which changed quickly, and we were never told why. We were told that she was end stage COPD they had... View More
What you outline is a potential medical malpractice case. An expert medical doctor would have to review the records to determine if the doctors/hospital acted below the standard of care and if that malpractice led to her death. Additionally, you will have to discuss with attorneys whether, due to...View More
Room scalpel in hand and starts cutting away no disinfectant no lidocaine didn't ask me if it was ok to do it that way. Now I'm having panic attacks when ever I go to the Dr. Was it legal for him to do it that way without letting me decide. He was aggrivated because me and my doctor... View More
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could reach out to med mal attorneys in your state to try to arrange a free initial consult. If they felt that further review was warranted, they could discuss your file with a medical professional. Good luck
I am on limited probation in KY as an LPN. In my agreed order it mentions if I can’t meet the agreement terms I could put in writing that I wanted to surrender my license and it would only be for a period of 2 years then I could try to get them back. Is there a possibility that they wouldn’t... View More
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Lawyers are generally the common option for help with med mal cases. You could check online if alternate resources are available, but many people do seek out lawyers for such matters. One of the reasons for this is...View More
Now he informs me that I don’t have Lupus but I am still sick and got several drs I have to see for medical issues. I know that taking medicine I shouldn’t of been taking has contributed to these issues. Nobody wants to help me with my case.
In order to file a medical malpractice action you must prove that your doctor committed an error and was negligent in doing so. Misdiagnosis is an error. Further that damage or injury was caused by the negligence. Causation and damages should be established via expert medical testimony. Be...View More
She was in and out of the hospital from birth to 6 months the doctors said she was not gaining weight even thoe she was fed every 2 hours. I had the doctors cause so many problems to the point that cps was called everything was unfounded but it's still the point of everything that has happened... View More
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for five weeks. There wasn't a question included in your post, but it seems fairly clear that you're wondering about your legal rights relating to your infant's medical care. One option here would be to reach out to...View More
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. That's up to you and your decision, but what you are describing seems to be not just a change of venue, but state (where it's possible elements of both states' rules of civil procedure could apply - only...View More
I got hurt back in February and the doctors kept telling me I was okay I went and got a bunch of mri’s through the course of February through the end of school before I left my campus and through the football season the doctor kept telling me I was okay so I had to keep playing football until the... View More
A lot depends on what was shown. It's possible that going into the MRI's you had a predisposing condition. following the additional playing, that might have been the tear, but the question is what was shown when. You may have a case, you may have a case against the school--a lawyer would...View More
I am a baptist health employee, I have the premier health plan through baptist which I pay the premium on. I am having surgery at this hospital, which is baptist owned. I was called with my estimate, it is double my tier 1 out of pocket max. After contacting the insurance company, I found out that... View More
I don’t immediately see any criminal law issues for your question. That sounds like a health insurance billing issue. You could try contacting someone with the Department of insurance In your home state.
Facts my father had a TBI affecting his brain patient patient was unaware of what was even going on the whole time I believe law states you have a year and also I'm assuming from the time you knew of incident which is a malpractice lawsuit claim that I am pursuing in the state of Kentucky... View More
Only a Kentucky attorney could advise on statutes of limitations, as they are governed by state law. However, you await a response for three weeks. At this point, reach out to Kentucky attorneys to discuss. Most attorneys who handle such cases offer free initial consults. As a GENERAL matter, some...View More
It cause misdiagnosis and surgery that may not have been needed. Went without medicine for 5 1/2 years because I was not told about the test results. Cost me employment and many other things wrong with their system. Is there anything I can do?
When my husband was 16 and was dealing with a very chaotic family life which caused his severe depression, his caregiver put him in a mental hospital where he was told to notify staff of any suicidal thoughts. Prior to and on the day of the discharge, he repeatedly told the staff that he... View More
Had my grandmother in er and the whole time the alarm went off due to high bloodpressure. I took some pictures and video of the monitor. She had had strokes in the past when it was 225/103 I went and got the nurse and was told it's ok shes in the best place she could... View More
It's difficult to say if they could be held liable. Your best option would probably be to try to arrange an initial consult with a Kentucky med mal attorney. Even if by textbook principles, you COULD demonstrate they are liable, health issues with elderly patients can sometimes present...View More
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