I was lifting heavy objects and climbing up and down ladders and I ended up getting a cyst that ruptured on my tail bone, ended up in surgery. They said I’d be able to continue work in 4 weeks I kept in contact during and after my procedure with my company of employment, when I brought the... View More
I got a filling, which ultimately killed the nerve in my tooth. Now I need a root canal and crown, and I'm basically paying for a mistake they caused. Is there any legal action I can take? The estimate I received for the root canal/crown was $1400.
In the context of health care law, if a dental procedure results in an unintended issue, patients may have the right to seek a resolution. It's advisable to communicate with the dentist who performed the initial procedure, express your concerns, and discuss the subsequent treatment costs. In...View More
I am a divorced, single mother of three, my oldest went of to college two years ago. I recently read in my decree that once my son become 18, that I was no longer mandated to cover him under my employers health insurance. (I am a school teacher) My health coverage is nearly free but adding a child... View More
As a divorced single mother who has been potentially misled regarding healthcare coverage costs, you have the option to seek reimbursement for the expenses you should not have borne alone. Review your divorce decree and any communication you had with your ex regarding the insurance payments. If...View More
I have proof against an abuser/drug dealer who's been somehow discrediting me and changing legal docs at court house. If I prove the abuse, it'll prove two deaths are NOT suicide. And struggling getting my Mayo Clinic medical records sent to the VA cuz have proof of abuse! I have been... View More
Are Nurses permitted to inform families of patients (or the patients themselves) of medical mistakes (medications, procedural) or substandard care such as neglect (leaving pts in excrement as a result of short staffing resulting in bedsores, falls with or without injury as r/t short staffing,etc)?... View More
A nurse can discuss a patient’s health care with the patient, the parents of a patient who is a minor, with anyone holding the patient’s medical power of attorney, and with anyone the patient expressly authorizes to receive information regarding the patient’s health care (those identified on...View More
Tampering with medical/biohazard waste can engender both civil and criminal penalties, but the penalties vary substantially depending on the context, who the offender was (i.e., a medical employee, company), where it took place, and what the violation was. There are, however, various Federal...View More
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It isn't clear what the matter is about, but keep in mind that if your claim involves a county or public agency, it's possible there could be notice of claim elements. Only a Minnesota attorney could advise...View More
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. One option here could be to look into whether pro bono or legal aid resources could assist here, due to your mother's financial hardship. You could also check with the Minnesota Bar Association. You could...View More
Neuropsychologist told me I had Early Onset Alzheimer's (runs in my family), that I couldn't work anymore or be able to learn any new training/job. She later changed her report to say I had Mild Cognitive Impairment, Amnestic Type.
I went to Mayo in Rochester for a 2nd opinion... View More
If you have a scheduled hearing coming up then you need to find a disability attorney as soon as possible because going to a Social Security Disability hearing on your own is not a good idea. You can use the "Find a Lawyer" tab at the top of the page, or call NOSSCR Lawyer Referral...View More
I had previously informed the facility that I was allergic to this substance, yet it was administered anyway. This resulted in two trips to the ER in four days. Both times my complaint that I was given a toxic substance were not addressed by the on-duty physician and I was discharged while still... View More
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It sounds like what you experienced might have been a severe reaction to a contrast agent - only a medical professional could say for certain. You could contact a Minnesota med mal attorney to discuss the matter...View More
I went to the doctor for a bug bite, but I was also getting migraines, muscle and joint pain, and fatigue. This doctor analysed all of those symptoms separately instead of all together. I took the antibiotics she prescribed, but only got worse until my skin started getting splotchy red spots that... View More
It's possible you could, but keep in mind that the assertion of the ER staff that the primary care physician should have caught it is not irrefutable evidence that creates an airtight case. It also appears that there is considerable passage of time, which is something that attorneys defending...View More
I work in the traffic department as a traffic controller as they are no signals i have to stand in the middle of the street and guide ways to the cars. Once i was doing my job a car on purpose came fast as if he was about to hit me, neither he was going straight or left he was coming were i was... View More
Did you report him to the police? Seems it violates several code sections. Can you sue him? Technically yes, but as that type of case is frowned on by the Courts I doubt it. If you have ptsd then see about having it documented.
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