I was in a car accident 4 weeks ago, the insured of the other car accepted liability. I have a Stanford Hospital bill of $15,574 and I was unaware that I had state health insurance that will cover emergency room visits. My health insurance provider name and group/member number was not listed... Read more »
It's hard to answer your question without more information but I can tell you that insurance companies do all they can to minimize how much they pay to people their clients (insured) injury with negligent driving. The health care provider will say that they haven't divulged any of your "medical"...Read more »
If spouse had consistently provided health insurance to me during the marriage, could a judge order it to continue after divorce (or is it common for a judge to do so)? Ins policy language states that divorce would remove me, but I've heard that it might be possible. Otherwise I assume I would... Read more »
The health insurance coverage under your spouse's plan would terminate once divorce is final. That coverage is governed by the insurance company. Typically, the insurance company will provide you with COBRA information once they are notified of final dissolution which allows you to choose to...Read more »
I was injured and how it happened it took my doctors 3 years to find the problem once they had I needed emergency spine surgery i was close to becoming paralyzed. I went to in home supportive services and filed the workman's comp paper work and saw their workman's comp Dr who told me it's been too... Read more »
So I had a bowel obstruction in my last month of pregnancy. This happened a year ago. I went to the emergency room multiple times and saw multiple different doctors who all thought I was lieing about not going to the bathroom for 3 weeks. I told them I cant go on my own but every time it was... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. It's likely that a California medical malpractice attorney would want to retrieve and review your medical records in detail. Since many offer free initial consultations, you could contact a law office to discuss the matter further. You would need to discuss payment...Read more »
We are in California. As part of a study on treating youth with growth issues, my son was given meds typically used by breast cancer patients. He was on the meds for approx 2 years. 2 years later he developed Spondyloarthritis and faces a lifetime of issues with his hips and back. We have reason to... Read more »
In August 2018, a health care provider delivered through FedEx, a broken piece of CPAP medical equipment, which I was unable to use for my diagnosed sleep apnea. I was unsuccessful in getting the equipment returned until February 2019. Since November 2018 when I received the first billing... Read more »
Regardless of how frustrating and expensive this travail has been for you, it has none of the required legal earmarks to support a simple lawsuit, let alone support a class action. Rather than search for a lawyer or law firm to help you bring fire and brimstone down upon the heads of all the...Read more »
It's possible part of your question was inadvertently left off. An attorney would need additional information about the scope of the matter and state laws you mention on which you are contemplating an appeal. You could try reposting.
Hello my name is heather and im looking for a pro bono lawyer i dont know what to do or how to do it but im trying to sue a hospital in san andreas mark twain hospital i dont know if ill have a case ive been there 5 times for the same thing and everytime i went there nothing was wrong and i was... Read more »
You're trying to find a pro bono lawyer. It could be more practical, and simpler, for you to contact a medical malpractice lawyer and ask to discuss your matter with them. They generally work on contingency basis, and many offer free initial consults.
There aren't any facts in your post to evaluate whether a malpractice claim is even possible. You will need to contact a malpractice attorney to discuss this in detail. Such claims cannot be evaluated over the internet.
I am my 95 year old aunt's attorney in fact. She is in an assisted living home in Culver City, CA. I need to apply for long term care for her. She has some cash in the bank, but not enough to pay her assisted living bill which is in arrears. California goes back 30 months and says they will deny... Read more »
In January 2019, my husbands toe was amputated.After the hospital discharged him, they sent a nurse for daily wound changes.She was rude and talked down to him, then argumentative.He demanded her to leave and she got angry and aggressive.He got up and again told her to leave.She yelled Are you... Read more »
You need a NorCal attorney. He may have a claim for Elder Abuse, violation of the Unruh Act, assault/battery. He might also have nothing. These disputes are always hard to unravel who is at fault. It is worth exploring.
then had an emergency procedure at sutter they gave me medicence i am allergic to, they strapped me in bed have pix to show bruises. how does hospital not give me my own files?? how they give me wrong medicene, both uc davis who deformed me n refuse me my paperwork, and sutter which give me... Read more »
She should be safe there. The rules for evicting someone from nursing care are pretty strict. As long as she (or her family or conservator) are working with the facility to get her on Medi-Cal, there should be no problem. If the facility does not take Medi-Cal though, then there will be...Read more »
Your question indicates you are in Phoenix. Your question landed in the California forum. You should be asking Arizona attorneys and/or hospital management (assuming that is where this event occurred).
Uncle admitted to hospital 12/11/18, then dies of kidney failure on 12/20/18, County Coroner calls us on 1/08/19 and tells us the report from hospital reads "No Family". Our family has been trusting this hospital for over 50 years, his sister died there 6 months ago which is how the coroner found... Read more »
I'm unaware of any statutory duty of the hospital to notify next of kin. Further, it appears that your uncle may have asked for no notification based on the "No Family" designation. Finally, the Coroner’s Office has the responsibility of notifying next of kin....Read more »
Front an immigration standpoint, there is nothing to prevent you from marrying him. If he is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, he could then petition for you to become a permanent resident. The specifics of that process depend on a lot of factors, so I encourage you to have an immigration...Read more »
Linda was a patient at Kaiser in Sacramento from Sept 24, 2017 till the beginning of June 2018. The beginning of June, Kaiser discharged Linda without my consent and without my knowledge to a care facility in Oakland, CA. Kaiser did not contact me about her discharge nor ask me where I wanted her... Read more »
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