I am very sorry you are going through this. This is a very difficult situation for someone to be in. Unfortunately, the practice of medicine is not an exact science. Your case turns on whether or not there was some kind of malpractice on part of your doctor. You should gather your medical records...View More
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Your mother could consider trying to arrange a free initial consult with a social security disability attorney (among other types of attorneys, based on your selected categories). There is a section here for...View More
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. However, as a general matter nationwide, if a medical provider has a valid basis for requiring follow-up examination, it isn't something that an attorney is likely to challenge on any legal grounds. It's...View More
In Alabama, if you believe that a medicine company engaged in false advertising or made misleading claims about their product, you may have the option to take legal action. This often falls under consumer protection laws. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances,...View More
I am highly educated and I am fully aware of my civil rights. I know that I have been treated differently due to my disability. Having endured multiple discriminatory and abusive encounters with the same company and same manager at that company, then fell victim to an attempt at intimidation by... View More
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general matter nationwide, some law firms are reluctant to consider such cases. They often present defense counsel with many viable defenses. You could reach out to attorneys to discuss - that could give you a...View More
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Doctors don't automatically carry out a patient's orders simply based a patient's will. It's true that they essentially work to provide treatment that a patient wants. And you probably have sound...View More
At one point in our work, one of the attorneys (whom I was working for the benefit of) threatened me with litigation because I did not return his/her phone call, and it had only been 36 hours since their request for me to call them. I notified that attorney in reply that I felt this behavior was... View More
If you want to get out of the contract, then you should take the written agreement to a contract attorney who works in a different area than the attorney you are having trouble with, and see what they have to say about the terms.
If you feel the conduct was unbecoming of an attorney enough...View More
The two sisters are 8 and 11 and have never been to school either and their brother is almost 18 . She was saying she homeschooled the children yet never did so . The children do not know how to spell , know their left from right and can hardly even add or subtract . Yet alone don’t even have... View More
I had a facial burn scar and i started treatment with one of the doctors here. He provided me a bleach cream to apply around the scar to start the surgery after one month. But after i started applying for a week it started burning on my face and created a very big scar than i used to have it... View More
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Based on these brief facts alone, it is difficult to answer your question. An attorney could need additional information, such as instructions provided to you by the doctor, warning labels on the cream, the nature...View More
Most all hospitals will require that you be appointed as the Administrator or Personal Representative of your father's estate in order to obtain a copy of his medical records. I have only seen a few times where a hospital released records to a relative of a deceased person without being...View More
I called my child’s doctor office multiple times trying to get a appointment for that day and wasn’t getting a response, I told them my child’s symptoms and his age multiple times only to get a call 30 minutes before they closed. The lady on the phone told me she would go ask a doctor and... View More
I'm sorry for the ordeal your baby and you, as a parent, went through. A med mal attorney would likely want to review the records with a medical professional to make a more meaningful assessment. In terms of the telephone exchanges, an attorney would have additional questions regarding what...View More
I had my first spine surgery at age 19 and many more,some botched over the years I turn 50 in a few days. Over the years I've had many pain mngt procedures, medications, and not a whole lot of pain relief. I finally got good pain mngt Dr. approx 16 yrs ago who gradually raised my meds until I... View More
An Alabama attorney could address your issues best, as insurance is governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your pain and frustration here. This sounds like something to take up with your doctor. While the pain management philosophies of your...View More
You are asking about an involuntary commitment proceeding. I would recommend you call your local probate court and see if they have a form on hand. In my home county of Jefferson any individual can complete the appropriate form at the probate court office. Just to clarify you will want to call...View More
The CT shows one side is more dense than 6 months ago, the brain sinus hyperattenuations are not mentioned. Dr.'s do not or can not view radiological films, due to being 'overridden' by what the radiologist says.
No medical professional, or other professional, for that matter, has free license to be careless. The premise is that they will act diligently, thoroughly, professionally, and exercise their best medical judgment in examining films and outlining their findings. Are some more thorough than others?...View More
Upon being released from hospital My mother was sent to a rehab facility. She has been there for 6days. Since there my mother has difficulty breathing, the nurses that administer her meds would asked her if she's ok or if they can get her anything she'd say no and that she's having... View More
I am very sorry that your mother has been in distress after arriving at a nursing home / rehabilitation facility. Based on the scenario you have presented, it appears that there may be some issues related to the timeliness and appropriateness of your mother's care. To fully answer your...View More
Filed chapter 7 with my husband. Bc debt was so high. Way way over income as I still can't work. Cigna has sub. Lien for 30000.00. I have no assets. We are barely surviving. Will I receive any of the settlement. The put 15000.00 for wildcard exemption. Just curious
You didn't ask but I assume you got on social security disability for at least the period after the crash through the year after your amputation. You might see if your lawyer can bring a crashworthiness case. However, with bankruptcy you don't have enough to go 'round so I doubt if...View More
I have an infected toe nail and had to get it removed. I was notified that I could of been contaminated with an infection due to not have the instruments used properly sterilized. I had to get lab work done but haven't gottten the results back. I have to get lab work done for the next 6 month... View More
My brother, a US citizen, is moving back to the US with his wife, a non-citizen, and children after many years spent in Japan. Since he doesn't have an income here in the US, yet, he needs a co-sponsor for his wife. I understand that according to the Affordable Care Act she is required to have... View More
Hospital had me put in a room stripped and put in a gown plugged to a machine said the Dr. Will be with me shortly. Nurse came and asked if I had insurance. I said no. They came and took me out of the bed in the room in a gown back side out and moved me to a bed in the hallway gave me a blanket and... View More
Not illegal. Tacky, but not illegal. Now if they didn't serve you at all, that might be different.
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