I have been under Invisalign treatment for two years now with 2 different dentists ($4500). When I started, I was told I was a great candidate. I had an underbite and a bad midline (still do). After a couple of months into treatment, my job transferred me, so I transferred my case to another... Read more »
answered on Mar 25, 2020
A Washington D.C. attorney would be best qualified to advise, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it could depend on whether a jury felt that there was a breach of a duty of a medical/dental standard of care. It seems like it would be a complex and difficult case... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2019
There wasn't a question here, but it appears to involve an injury in the course of employment. You could repost with additional information/question - and maybe add Workers' Comp as a category if it is applicable to your matter. Good luck
She suffered the stroke on 12-3-16
answered on Dec 30, 2016
Yes. Go to LupronHub.com As to whether there is a case, a lot depends on her underlying clinical condition etc.
For instance there were problems with strokes and certain oral contraceptives, but because people can have strokes at any age it was a question of statistics and other issues... Read more »
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