Peter Munsing's answer Generally, that is too far away for the discovery rule but I could be wrong--suggest you contact Mike Koskoff and see what his office says--have your dates ready, what happened when. They give free consults. Feel free to use my name.
Peter Munsing's answer You can't make a doctor make home visits. Contact visiting nurse and see if they can act as the doctor's eyes. Also if the problem is transportation some dommunity groups may provide that type fo surgery.
Peter Munsing's answer I'm not hearing that anything really bad happened as a result other than the feelings of fear you get when you can't breathe--which aren't nothing but aren't huge in the world of malpractice. The law says you only collect for what happened, not what could have happened. In that case, fortunately it doesn't sound like anything permanent happened. Suggest you make sure you have an allergist and possibly an ent checkup if the sinus drainage adds to your asthma risk. Get a consultaion from a member...
Sally A. Roberts' answer It might possibly be a medical malpractice on the theory of lack of informed consult. You should consult with a medical malpractice attorney who can gather the records and have an expert review them. Of particular importance will be the consent form - the actual language on the document you signed.
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