There is no first step in tolling a statute of limitations. For a slip and fall in GA, the statute of limitations is 2 years from date of fall. Things that toll the statute are mental incapacity, not yet being 18 years old and death. There could be others.
I visited A Preferred Women's Health Center on November 18, 2016 to to get help with an unwanted/unwanted pregnancy. I made my payment to the facility before being seen by a doctor(their policy). They did some blood and urine test on me and later asked me to take have an ultrasound there,... Read more »
After being sick for almost 2 weeks and trying every home remedy and over-the-counter medication with nothing working I went to my doctor at Kaiser. I gave my doctor all of my symptoms. The doctor never performed any tests or did any blood work just looked at my ears and throat and told me I had... Read more »
Not that I can see. Your "stress"isn't an item the law recognizes. You could have had allergic rhinitis which caused chest irritation which resulted in an asthmatic-like brochial distress pattern. There may have been an underlying infection, but it would be more likely to be...Read more »
She should contact a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn that handles medical carelessness cases; they give free consults. A lot depends on how she presented to them, and what symptoms she reported or they saw. However, if they told her to follow up with her internist and she didn't, then...Read more »
The implant had to be removed and I was told by one of the physicians that there were a couple screws loose on the device. I also became infected with staphylococcus and this was a direct result of the treatment rendered.
It's a defense verdict on the two, a mistrial on the one. You have an attorney so do confer with him. He took what is obviously not a slam dunk to trial at great expense and time, which (s)he doesn't get paid for unless (s)he wins, so trust her/him enough to ask.
She caused me further trauma. The patient before me had a severe panic attack, her first visit, that required 911 to come. This psychologist discussed her personal experience, her younger brothers death , her physical pain from being disabled, her recent hospitalization. She was agressive, and... Read more »
You look up who licenses her but as an RN you know that those items are rarely covered. Look for a good trauma therapist who does EMDR--it's a process that is not lengthy, doesn't require meds. Find EMDR practitioners through googling "Psychology today EMDR...Read more »
I just was released from a behavioral hospital, on an involuntary 10-13, said my best interest to sign a 10-12. Said I would see one of the three every 24 hrs. I saw PA on 12/19 and next encounter was 12/21, spoke with Pt. Advocate and PA put in my chart she saw me on 12/20 and I was doing... Read more »
I don't see it because you have technical violation and I'm not hearing about any fallout. If you were kept in longer than necessary there's a slim chance you may have a case. Suggest you contact a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn who handles Mental Wellness cases.
They may determine that in patient is not necessary or that the patient is stabilized and need not be in there. If there are problems as a result of an early release suggest you contact a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consultations.
Do they have to pay for the current treatment or previous as well. I fell in July they wrote knee as the body part injured in report I was diagnosed with sprain sacrum in my back and was told a follow up wasn't available for my knee not back now I've been hurt again and have sciatica... Read more »
Contact a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Assn who handles comp cases--they give free consults.The employers report of injury isn't as important as what the doctor said that you followed up with for each case. You did follow up with a doctor, right? If not you may still have have a claim...Read more »
I was referred to a specialist by my primary care dr. The referral was approved by my insurance company and I called to verify before visiting the specialist. On my 3rd visit to the specialist, I was told that I owed them nearly $500 because they are not in network with my insurance company. After... Read more »
may be legal but I think you can ask your health insurance if they will offer payment under the other tax ID, then when you have them rejecting a documented offer you can tell them your company offered to pay, they refused to accept, you don't think you owe them in accordance with provider...Read more »
My mother lost her battle with cancer. Her previous doctor dismissed it as a growth and nothing more and failed to do any tests. She switched doctors and found out it was cancer and nothing could be done it was too far along. If it had been treated when it was dismissed She wouldve had a high... Read more »
As you and brother are the presumptive heirs call up the attorney.See if an estate was opened--you should have been notified. If not you may want to open one which will give you access to records, bank statements etc in case of hanky panky by aunt.
complaining of neck pain back pain and chest pain i was given a ECG and full blood panel and then taken to the back. The nurse came in and i was given 3 doses of Nitro tablets and chest X-rays Mri the doctor came in and said your ECG was normal and blood work was normal no heart problems but my... Read more »
You have a potential claim. Whether it's worth bringing or not depends on the fallout from having a possibly outside generated cardiac event and what the event was. Call a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn who handles malpractice --they give free consultations.
I was treated with Benlysta, plaquenil, methotrexate, etc. since 2013 when I do not have Lupus at all. I have confirmations from several doctors stating that. I was just recently diagnosed with Fibromyalgia.
Note that fibromyalgia is not regarded by courts as a recognized illness in some states; further, there is no definitive marker for it such that you can say "if doctor had performed ______test it would have shown." I don't see it but suggest you contact a member of the Georgia Trial...Read more »
My mother was in and out of the hospital over a 5 month period, Her blood cultures came back positive for infection during this time. the last time she was admitted was for cellulitis in her foot. She unexpectedly passed away and her autopsy came back with her cause of death being sepsis and an... Read more »
OUR DR SAID SHE THOUGHT SHE WAS FAKING HER ILLNESS MY DAUGHTER IS PARALYZED FROM CIDP DISEASE SHE BEEN DROPPED ON THE FLOOR HER CALL NURSE BUTTON WAS DISCONNECTED SEVERAL TIMES SHE BEEN TOLD SHES BEENING A BOTHER MY DAUGHTER CANT TALK OR YELL TO GET HELP SHE STARTED GET ILL IN JULY 2015 SHE MADE... Read more »
For there to be medical malpractice, a health care professional's actions (or omissions) must fall below the standard of care and cause injury. Whether this happened in your situation requires more investigation.
Contact a local medical malpractice lawyer for a free consultation....Read more »
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