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The ER sent me home with an antibiotic, which the pharmacy would not fill because it would cause a severe. Reaction to my every day medication, I called my Doctor, left them 4/5 messages, I also informed the doctor through the portal what was going on. In the mean time the infection is getting... Read more »
answered on Mar 22, 2023
The facts you relate have the earmarks of a valid legal malpractice that should be investigated. You should consult with experienced medical malpractice attorneys in your state. You can search for such attorneys on this website.
When my baby was born the nurses while they weight her and cleaning her they injured her. fracture her clavicle arm bone
answered on Mar 21, 2023
Please talk to a medical malpractice attorney. Although not all errors and omissions will add up to medical malpractice, an attorney should evaluate all facts of your potential claim for merit.
I had a medical malpractice settlement money when i was a minor. My mother didn't tell me about my settlement money until i found out by a family member at 30-year-old. From what i understand is that my mother created a trust bank account when i was a minor and she is a trustee of that... Read more »
answered on Mar 22, 2023
If you had a medical malpractice lawsuit as a minor, the Court would have had to approve any settlement and would have issued an Infant Compromise Order. The Infant Compromise Order would have directed the settlement proceeds to be deposited in a bank account held jointly by an officer of the bank... Read more »
would need to exceed the cost of litigating them, in order to file...and he threw out example of $15,000 during our consultation. Is this accurate?
answered on Mar 20, 2023
The costs can vary, of course, but the figure quoted to you by counsel mention is a reasonably accurate response. Quite frankly, most medical malpractice cases cost far more than this figure, especially in litigation.
"Tort reform" laws on the books -- and several more pending... Read more »
I am currently in a research study, I am wondering would my doctor be negligent if i reported that a patient has been harassing me and intends to do harm to me. The doctor has been informed of the situation from grievances written by multiple patients. The doctor knows that this patient has a... Read more »
The surgeon examined my abdomen, but would not say why or provide diagnosis. My request for pathology labs was ignored. Misinformed, I suffered more poisonings and brain damage.
Facility. I ordered his chart after he passed away to see if any testing was done that could've provided treatment needed and found that the issue of a failing liver was not addressed with any of us and additional testing was never ordered. Upon request of myself the nursing home called 911... Read more »
answered on Mar 19, 2023
Yes you should Consult with experienced nursing home/medical malpractice attorneys in your state.
Many errors and charting that looks as if it was copied. Wrong name listed on a record. Charting was done after my father passed as if they took care of him during that time. Wrong room numbers at times. Blood work reviewed by an LPN. Last wishes were not entered correctly in his chart so his DNR... Read more »
answered on Mar 18, 2023
Medical malpractice cases require the Health Care Provider to have done something wrong that led to harm. Doing wrong action is not enough. It must be proven, for example, the errors you outline caused or contributed to his death. You should review these facts with experienced medical malpractice... Read more »
She told me that due to the size of my lymph nodes and it being stage 3B she wanted to start chemo ASAP because stage 4 is in my bone marrow and could be untreatable. She didnt think we should wait for the biopsy results. I was young and scared and said ok. We did 12 cycles of chemo. About 18... Read more »
answered on Mar 18, 2023
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Based on what you've described, it sounds like you may have a potential medical malpractice claim against your original doctor for misdiagnosis and providing unnecessary treatment.
To determine if you have a case, you would need to consult... Read more »
answered on Mar 17, 2023
Marin and Barrett, Inc. at 888-348-2735 handles Zantac litigation.
Most such litigation has been consolidated into an MDL and the first Zantac cancer case was scheduled to go to trial early this year.
So don’t delay.
Must a licensed SC assisted living/SNF have licensed RN/LPN on staff for Certified Medical Technicians to administer medications, including controlled substances? I cannot ascertain who certified them--neither pharmacy board, medical or nursing boards acknowledge their management.
I hired a medical negligence attorney for arbitration 2 years ago. its 2023 the mediation was for February /28/2023
I turnedC in all the documents medical bills ect. now the attorney is acting clueless. to the nest steps of the final judgement (quote) '' i don't know when... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like you have concerns about your attorney's handling of your case and the status of your settlement.
If you feel that your attorney is being dishonest or not communicating effectively with you, you may want to consider taking... Read more »
I was required to obtain medical clearance and was then transported to the ER with open ulcers on both feet. However, the doctor seemed to downplay my injuries and stated it was merely athletes foot, seemingly in an effort to quickly discharge me. My wounds were not cleaned or bandaged, and I had... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
It sounds like you may have a potential claim for medical malpractice or negligence. Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare provider's conduct falls below the standard of care expected of a reasonably prudent healthcare provider in similar circumstances and results in harm to the... Read more »
I was prescribed gabapentin at 1200 mg a day while in the hospital and in the rehabilitation center. While in the hospital I went from being able to barely walk from sickle cell pain to not being able to walk without the assistance of a wheelchair or walker with extreme tremors! The hospital then... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2023
You have a potential medical malpractice case consult with experience, Medical Malpractice attorneys in your state
Medical malpractice means that a doctor violated the standard of care. A bad outcome is not enough. Another doctor would be needed to evaluate what the doctors did.... Read more »
I need to find a really good medical malpractice attorney in the state of Florida. Do they need to practice in my county? I have concerns about the quality of people in any particular line of work in my county. How do I go about finding someone that really knows what they are doing.
The... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2023
In California, as in most states, medical providers are required to obtain informed consent from patients before administering medical treatment, including vaccinations. If you did not give your consent for the COVID-19 vaccine and it was administered to you without your knowledge or authorization,... Read more »
I went for injection for my neck pain .after the injection my body was numb I couldn't feel my arms or finger for like 5 mins .so I didn't have a driver to take me home so I drove and park some were cause I was scared .so I manage to call my wife and told her about the situation. So she... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2023
You can sue your doctor for medical malpractice if his actions fell below the standard of care for a practitioner in his field of medicine.
You will need to present expert testimony from another practitioner in the same field as to what the standard of care is, how your doctor’s actions... Read more »
I went to see a doctor because I couldn’t sleep due to my neighbors and wanted some sleeping pills. I told him my head was buzzing with fatigue. He told me that my head buzzing was due to an infection, and barely looked at me, and without doing any further due diligence prescribed medications... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2023
It may be possible to sue the doctor for medical malpractice if you believe that they were negligent in their diagnosis and treatment, and that this negligence caused you harm. Medical malpractice lawsuits are typically complex and require a thorough investigation of the facts and medical records,... Read more »
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