Peter N. Munsing's answer Suggest you contact a member of the Delaware Ass'n for Justice like Thomas Crumplar--you can tell him I suggested you call. Malpractice cases are tough, and a bad result doesn't mean you have a case--even a horrible result. But you should check with Mr. Crumplar. If he can't help you try Jim Erisman's office.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Find out why it's a conflict. If they had been representing the other party they should have told you so. If it's that they represent a potential witness, that is a little different--a conflict but they only have to tell you when they figure it out. However you need to find another attorney so contact a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consultations.
Robert D. Kreisman's answer I understand that your injury was exacerberated by what may amount to medical negligence. The problem in my opinion with your description is that from a lawyer's point of view, the damages that you may prove would not economically be a feasible and satisfactory result for you and your lawyers' efforts. The reason being that the damages you may be able to prove satisfactorily do not measure up to the enormous expense it would require just to prove that the doctor(s) were negligent and were a...
Charles Snyderman's answer Whether you can bring a successful lawsuit against the doctor depends on whether the doctor breached the standard of care, and if he did, whether that breach resulted in harm to you. Before a lawsuit can be filed in Delaware for medical malpractice, an affidavit of merit must be obtained from a medical expert which addresses these two issues.
Charles Snyderman's answer I am sorry to hear about your injuries. You have 2 years from the date of the surgery within which to sue. In order to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in Delaware, you will need an attorney. Before the attorney can file suit on your behalf,the attorney will want to have copies of your medical records. The attorney will then have to consult with a surgeon and find out whether there was a breach of the standard of care, and whether that breach was the cause of your injuries. Medical...
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