If your daughter is experiencing mental health issues and believes that she is being targeted or controlled by external forces, it's crucial to seek professional help for her. You might consider contacting a mental health counselor, therapist, or psychiatrist who specializes in treating...View More
I got 2 syringes of lip fillers September of last year which cost me 1,800 USD. A few weeks after recovery, I noticed a large pooling of filler to which my esthetician assured me was normal and to rub the nodule, and give it time. Over time, however, it grew worse. Recently, I have had the nodule... View More
If this is a TN case, then you are about to run out of time under the SOL. Health Torts require a Good Faith Claim Affidavit PRIOR to suit. Unless you find a malpractice lawyer immediately that can find someone to assert negligence, you have already lost. The potential damage award may not...View More
Consultation with a Tennessee attorney or local agency specializing in these matters would be advisable to understand the specific requirements and expedite the process given your child's immediate medical needs.
If your unresponsive relative is unable to make a decision regarding power of attorney, you'll need to go through the Probate Court. By petitioning the court, you can be appointed as their guardian and/or conservator. Guardians are responsible for the relative's physical wellbeing,...View More
A jail is required to provide prescribed medication to an individual with mental health needs within 24 hours of admission. The jail is responsible for ensuring that necessary medications are administered as prescribed, taking into account any medical or mental health conditions of the individual.
Went to the ER with a family member because I was suicidal. They had someone talk to me on an iPad and an hour later they moved me to the “ psychiatric hold area” I was there for 3 days and then sent to a psychiatric facility. When I got there the Dr asked me if I wanted to stay, I said yes. I... View More
I am Durable POA for my son. I have dealt with his banking, IRS, SSI and none of them had a problem with my POA document. I am having a really hard time trying to retrieve his recent medical records for SSI. The facility is saying my document isn't all there. There's 4 pages with my name,... View More
Matter Of Fact is not an Attorney-In-Fact nor an agent for the Principal. Hire a competent attorney to examine the executed POA and advise. Is your Son of age? Did the Notary execute it properly? Did the Principal initial all non-signed pages? A new, properly executed instrument is probably in...View More
IF THERE IS A HEALTH CODE VIOLATION WHERE A PERSON IS LIVING IN A HOUSE WITH NO WORKING SEPTIC OR TOILET IS AND AN ATTORNEY HAS BEEN GIVEN KNOWLEDGE OF THIS ARE THEY OBLIGATED TO REPORT THIS TO THE PROPER PEOPLE?
I visited this dentist over two years ago and they apparently made a billing error with the change over to a new system. I never received a bill. I had been seeing a different dentist and I recently decided to go back to this office. I made an appointment and was informed of a $250 balance. I... View More
SOL has not run on that services charge yet. You might compute your balance and then call them offering payment of the same. Do not send a check, but use a money order. Otherwise they will know where to collect a judgment.
It's a 5 speed truck and it rolled into the road. It wasn't started and was in the off position. They charged me with DUI and impeding traffic. Is this consistent with the law? I was curious because of the good Samaritan law
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to discuss with a Tennessee attorney who could address state-specific health care law, the basic rule nationwide is that a doctor is generally free to dismiss a patient (unless it involves...View More
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It doesn't make sense for a provider or billing company to jeopardize payment for medical services by submitting procedures (or supporting documentation) out of sequence; further, the claims examiner should...View More
Hand delivered, with a signature, 68 requests for patient’s medical records, 12 weeks later we have not heard anything. Wrote an email and received a reply requesting $400 for the records. Is this legal?
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter nationwide, medical offices or their chart management vendors do charge fees for medical records. If the file is small, some offices provide free records as a courtesy. There are public health...View More
I have a history of light hurting my eyes and not being able to fully open my eyes on a sunny day, or even keeping the lights in my home at maximum brightness. I sometimes get fatigued from too much light and get tired fairly quickly from the excess light. I was hoping to become exempt from the... View More
I settled over an $800+ bill in court and paid it off. Now the same collection agency on behalf of the same hospital, is saying i owe another $1900+ from previous service dates before the aforemention $800+ bill. Is this even legal? What should i do?
Could be legal. Sounds like you only settled one bill. Without seeing the other bills, it's hard to say whether they can collection for various issues including statutes of limitations. Consult local counsel to best determine your options.
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