I would like to record my doctor visit, However I fear that if I tell the doctor I am recording he will change his tone and not show how he has been truly treating and talking to me. If I record the visit without notifying the doctor can I use it in court or do I have to notify the dr? My state is... Read more »
Stated it must be from a previous injury I had before current employment even though previous injury doctor has released me from treatment and this new injury is not related to the previous one. Should I call an attorney?
Yes. If the treating doc says you're faking it or your problems are completely from an earlier injury (and not because you aggravated it on your current job), it will be difficult without an attorney to get the insurance company to either begin paying benefits or continue to do so. Find an...Read more »
If you file the police report they will find out. You have a right to your records, but they may or may not say who was assisting (dental records are way different from standard medical OR records). Contact a member of the Colo. Assn for Justice who handles medical cases to discuss your...Read more »
Now i have hospital bills, i may have trouble finding another job. My boss stayed in the room. HIPPA violations. I did work in the same hospital. I quit do to this. I have 2 hours of the admissions on video. With the mri, they irratiated my head and eyes for 30min. For a urine test. I have them... Read more »
I am aware that in the state of CO, minors of 15 may consent to some treatment, but I have also been informed that "a parent has to consent to medical treatments for a child under 18, unless the child is at least 15 years old, is living away from his or her parents, and is paying his or her own... Read more »
This is a direct legal question. Justa's Q&A is not intended to provide specific legal opinions or advice because this would create an attorney-client relationship. You will need to contact an attorney directly.
As a general rule, the practice you mentioned is allowed. There are some...Read more »
I went to the hospital mid September, heavy period that wouldn't stop. Dr dismissed me, saying stop bleeding and see gyno. He printed up a Canadian illegal pharmacy with the suggestion to look into those meds. A month later, still bleeding, I went back to another doctor after passing out, had to... Read more »
Maybe. Contact a lawyer that specializes in medical malpractice. Unless the attorney is a doctor and knowledgeable with your specific medical situation (which is very unlikely), the lawyer will likely send you to another doctor (an "expert") to evaluate whether the prior diagnosis was negligent...Read more »
Check your contract with the psychiatrist, it should have a discussion of recording. Colorado does not require dual consent for recording. As a general rule recording is allowed provided that they are kept confidential. If the information is released to the public, courts, etc. it is usually a...Read more »
Contact a personal injury lawyer or a medical malpractice lawyer. The lawyer can review your physical injury and assess the actionably of the HIPPA violation. The attorney can also handle collection of the co-pay amounts that should be returned.
Depends on her symptoms first time. Things can shift overnight. However focus on her care, then when all the dust has died down and she's well, Contact a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Assn who handles medical issues--they give free consults. While it's fresh in your mind, jot down what...Read more »
She has seen me four times. On the third time her analysis of my symptoms was complete showing ptsd after holding my 9 yr old daughter's skull together after a horrific car crash and leaving her to rescue my other two children, now caring for her 24-7 and losing my husband after he could not... Read more »
If you disagree with your doctor's assessment, she another doctor. You cannot force a doctor to change their opinion. However, one doctor's opinion does not necessarily means that other doctor's will come to the same conclusions.
If negligence occurred, the doctor and hospital (if the doctor was on staff) are liable. The issue of whether the treatment was negligent is something that is beyond the scope of Justia's Q&A section. You will need to contact a medical malpractice or personal injury lawyer directly. The lawyer will...Read more »
Called and told her they gave her meds to slow down Heart beat and to stop taking drug and bring back med and they will replace with the right drug she almost took drug and could have died. Are they responsible for almost killing her?
My daughter developed a sudden & extreme panic disorder her freshman year of hs. We were told by ER, psychiatrist and LCSW that it was the most common time for girls to develop it. The psychiatrist prescribed anti-anxiety med. Her condition worsened. Concurrently, she was taking increased amounts... Read more »
Yes, they can be held liable. Whether or not there is a medical malpractice case will depend on whether the infant sustained any injury because of the contaminated blood. You might want to consult with a medical malpractice lawyer in your area for a free consultation.
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