Ward was sent to mental facility from emergency room and the ward's stay exceeded the insurance coverage limit. Is the guardian legally liable for payment of the excess charges under Georgia Law? The hospital transferred the ward to the mental facility. I read under Ga Title 29-2-21 that the... Read more »
Had spine operation .. Discharge info. given for rehab. was wrong. Patient portal info was never updated to show important information. No post ortho rehab. was setup for weeks, i had to push issue. I don't feel i healed properly considering their incompetence of post-op care. I'm genuinely... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could answer your question best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the frustration you endured following surgery. However, an attorney would likely need more information to make a meaningful assessment. The nature of the discharge information or patient...Read more »
There wasn't a question here, but you posted in the Medical Malpractice category and the post remains open for two weeks. If you were wondering if the nurse's conduct creates the basis for a lawsuit, it's difficult to see it. You could check with a Georgia attorney whether they view the matter...Read more »
Hello, Doctors involved in the treatment of care may share PHI, or protected health information with each other in order to provide the best quality of care to patients. Unless you signed a waiver of some sort physicians may share information regarding their patients to other physicians treating...Read more »
My daughter was taking into cps custody after the judge in my family court case claimed I medical neglected my daughter for changing her therapist so because of that he gave custody to dad and my daughter refused to go and the police had to come twice they spoke to my 11 year old alone and they... Read more »
We are not familiar with the facts of your case, but if CPS feels they have a justified reason to keep your child from you and in foster care they can do so. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and present you with your options. -Homer P. Jordan...Read more »
It could depend on the terms of the contract between the surgeon and the patient. While the contract itself would be an agreement between two parties, it would most likely be governed by Georgia law. If there is a dispute as to a refund here, one option would be to sit down with a Georgia attorney...Read more »
Can a rehab case manager send my medical records at will to any facility as she wishes? My records were sent to a rehab facility without a signed WC207, ATP had not authorized nor recommended the facility, and I never went to this facility, dates and facts are in writing. This was just one of... Read more »
Unfortunately, the answer is yes based on what you’ve written here. There’s an entire team essentially working against your best interest in the name of saving money. Get an experienced workers comp attorney on your team so you can know your rights and options. Otherwise they will just keep...Read more »
The family says there is a video but when asked by the Nursing aide supervisor to view it, the family says there is a problem with uploading the video & some of it isn't clear to view. The daughter of the alleged victim said she went to the police department to have the charges dropped but state... Read more »
Involuntarily committed by a physician under a 10-13 for a suicide attempt. After stabilization in an ICU one must be evaluated by an authorized psychiatric facility. The closest bed space was apparently 85 miles away. The Sheriff's Office was called to transport, but apparently could not, so a... Read more »
You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with any options you may have. Without seeing the paperwork involved or knowing all the details it is difficult to provide a response. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
As a general matter, an attorney could evaluate whether a cause of action might arise on an alternate theory whose statute of limitations is longer. Also as a general matter, an attorney could evaluate if a claimant could fall under certain exceptions based on being a minor or discovery of a...Read more »
I have pictures of my son on his eye with the outbreak and I have proof of when I had my son we were clean (no std no infections nothing at all) jan/feb 2017. Started dating Ex partner may 2017. And starting haveing weird symptoms and went to get checked for a UTI infection and found out I had Hsv.... Read more »
My brother has mental health issues that have become so severe he now believes his dreams are really happening and he also suffers from extreme paranoia. He refuses to seek any kind of mental help. He has not been a danger to himself, but he did abuse his ex wife. I don’t have any proof of that... Read more »
You can get an adult guardianship if you can prove that he cannot care for himself. Talk to local attorneys where he lives and discuss with them your chances of getting him declared incompetent and taking guardianship over him.
You should consult with an attorney who can review the case with you and determine if this is worth pursuing. Most attorneys offer a free consultation. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
There is no set person that has to take over responsibility for a parent who has had a stroke. Assuming the parent has a good relationship with their children they would likely step up to help, but they are not required to by law. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
I have a 1 year old son who is in daycare. About 3 weeks ago my son had lice. I called the daycare and made them aware of the situation. My sons nurse informed me that he got the lice from another child in class when i called the daycare i asked had another child had lice. They informed me that... Read more »
You would have to show they knew the other kid had lice. But yes, you could make a claim against them. However they may not be happy to have your youth in that daycare, so make alternate daycare plans. Contact a member of the Ga.Trial Lawyers Assn for your county--they give free consults.
Im assuming that he signed something that waived his rights to a paternity test? We are trying to figure out our options, as well as find out if the child is his, before we also get forced (possibly) into paying for healthcare for this child as well.
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