Both previous answers are good. Your doctor (or a paid expert doctor) has to confirm that your prescription wasn't properly filled and that caused the repercussions you suggest. Sit down with a good attorney right away and save the medicine you claim is not correct.
had a baby there the 27th the dr. Allowed 6trainees into our room to be educated on my wife without her permission to do so n each time the dr checked her dilation about 3-5 others would have there hands inside her also being to see her dilation they also gave her a epidural she said was not placed... Read more »
MY SISTER TOOK MOM IN JUN 2020 FOR A VISIT AND NEVER RETURNED HER NOW MY FAMILY WILL NOT LET ME SEE ARE SPEAK TO MY MOTHER SHE LIVES WITH ME FOR TEN YEARS AND I HAVE POWER OVER HER , SHE IS NOW IN A HOSPITAL IN MODESTO AND IVE BEEN THERE 3X AND THEY SAY I NEED TO SPEAK TO MY BROTHER WHOM I DO NOT... Read more »
They have failed to provide me with information about what had to be done in order to fix a mistake with my insurance and were giving me misleading information. At the end of all, it appeared to be that someone made a mistake and my insurance was wrongly put in. I have been waiting for a long time,... Read more »
My father is being hospitalized from COVID and his prognosis is grim. It’s likely he will not be returning to work indefinitely. I need to update his address on file to my address as he no longer lives at the house he was renting. I have to go through the HR department at his work in order to... Read more »
An employer can lawfully terminate an employee who is out on leave if the leave is indefinite and there is no communication to the employer that suggests additional unpaid leave would allow the employee to return to work within a reasonably defined period of time. If he is terminated and dropped...Read more »
I am a victim of the Talc Powder lawsuits. I underwent a total hysterectomy, there were post operative complications. The doctor who preformed the surgery was brought up on 2 malpractice lawsuits that I knew nothing about. Resultantly being fired from the hospital and loosing the benefit of... Read more »
my wife had Lymph done brutal chemotherapy at City of Hope California Durate those place they treat my wife horrible even those my wife and I are disability as deaf. in 5 year my wife made it through but not the same person that I know so in two year have been checking on her making sure her cancer... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your wife's and your ordeal here. It would be difficult for an attorney to advise based on the description here - it appears to be a complex matter that took place over a long time period....Read more »
The healthcare company seeks subrogation for themselves. It doesn't matter where or how you get the coverage. Medicare, Medi-Cal and all private health insurance companies have such a policy. The theory is that you didn't pay for the treatment so if you get money from a 3rd party for your...Read more »
Why are there no class action lawsuits against pfizer for dilantin? I grew up on it, they warned me about birth defects before I was old enough to get pregnant. My bones are breaking, they never warned me about that. Drowsiness, liver probs, they mentioned, but not bone density. I think I could... Read more »
A California attorney might be able to advise best, but your questions remain open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It appears that law firms are holding themselves out for such suits - you could reach out to them to find out if their advertisements reflect their current disposition...Read more »
I am a nurse practitioner, interviewed with a lawyer that is representing patients whose disability claims that were denied and the claimant is seeking an appeal. The role consists of reviewing the medical records that are available and giving a medical opinion as likely course of your medical... Read more »
Whether your license would be at risk is something you would have to talk with your guild about but Nurse Case Managers are often used by the Defense to coordinate the treatment and arrange for diagnostic testing. The nurse case managers are generally not rendering a...Read more »
Not exactly clear what kind of a document you are speaking about. Unless the address and phone number are critical terms of a document, where an error makes it unenforcable, this kind of error is not usually a problem. People move, change phone numbers. As for the witnesses, presumably they were...Read more »
The employer offers a uniform healthcare plan to all employees with a wellness benefit. When I joined the company I was told in no uncertain terms that the Plan Document Excludes any treatment for Developmental Disabilities including Autism. My wife spoke with customer services and a supervisor... Read more »
Ok, so this is a health plan provided by a religious organization acting in the capacity of an employer. While religious organizations are granted a lot of leeway in choosing benefits within the scope of the practices of the faith, they are still prohibited from other types of discrimination. What...Read more »
The plan states in its Plan Document "any therapy or service for a developmental disability/DD is a non-covered service under the plan". When consulting with customer service & doctors who are providers in the plan, members are told that services for DD dependents are excluded from... Read more »
I'm pretty sure that religious organizations are exempt from the requirements relating to discrimination in this context. The rules allow them to discriminate, period, and I can't think of a single legal remedy that might be available to you. Nonetheless, even if they can legally...Read more »
Identity theft is a crime, so one place to go is to the police, with whatever evidence you can gather about this. You might contact the testing center and request copies from "your" test, since "you" were the patient, you are entitled to them. The next place to go is to the...Read more »
Health and safety code section 18510 18511 and or 18870.11 18870.12
Notices on dates January 1, 2016. October 25th 2018 and May 27th 2020 ordering you to renew your expired PTO or to be subject to the PTO suspension of civil penalties and criminal procedures penalties including dates on the... Read more »
Although the money was paid back I lost the benefit from Medicare that allows this procedure only once every 5 years. This was not the first time this office has billed for more than services I received. I thought that I was only approved for a cleaning only to find out I was approved for a deep... Read more »
Fraud has a 3 year statute of limitations from the date of discovery. Perhaps you should sue the dentist for fraud. You could even go to Small Claims if it is less than $10,000. You should definitely consult with a Dental Malpractice attorney in your area.
I mostly work part time without benefits. This year I have full health benefits for the first time and added the kids as a back-up for them, thinking my ex’s insurance would stay their primary provider. Now I’m being told that since my birthday is earlier in the year, my insurance is... Read more »
Actually this is "Family law" not "health care". As I read the quoted Court Order, which is still in effect and controls the situation, "the EMPLOYEE parent with such benefits shall provide for the health insurance of the children", so as I understand this, it means...Read more »
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