In Mississippi, licensed physicians are usually responsible for pronouncing a patient's death, even if the patient is in a psychiatric unit or a long-term acute care hospital. Healthcare professionals like nurses and physician assistants may assist in the process, but the official...View More
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It sounds like this occurred in the course of your employment, so it is different from ordinary personal injury cases that require the element of liability. Reach out to workers compensation attorneys in your...View More
I am not certain there is a requirement for insurance, however if the coroner does obtain insurance, either the office of the coroner or the parish in which the coroner is located would most likely obtain the insurance as there is no requirement that each coroner be insured by the same insurance...View More
I had gotten a procedure done in 2019. I was paying on it until I couldn’t afford to anymore. My procedure was also infected and I had to go in for another to get it all cleaned out. I am not happy with any part of the procedure. I still have problems with my foot now.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult to discuss the file for your procedure. Good luck
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Additional information is needed. It could depend on the basis for the doctor's position, the patient's concerns, the carrier's coverage, and other possible factors. Good luck
It’s in Alexandria Louisiana and the person who it was given to will not tell me the date and are miss using the powers acting on my behalf I have the paperwork to file but I do not have the original date of the initiation can I proceed without it even if it ask for the initial date on the form ?
I was ordered to sign a listing agreement for the partition of co-owned property. I signed the agreement but it has been one month and I have not shown the house due to COVID concerns. I just received a Motion for Contempt. I don’t know if that puts me in contempt since the order only stated I... View More
You need to agree to requested showings. The CDC concluded that surface transmission was low. Get vaccinated. You can require that anyone looking at the house wear a mask and stay outside yourself until the showing is over. If not, you can be held in contempt.
I have a misdemeanor from 2004 for unlawful alcohol sale and I just got reinstated no arrest for pretrial for Medicaid fraud. I was told my name will stay on the list ten years. Can I get my records clear or do I have to wait ten years?
Your question is not clear. I guess you are trying to say your license to sell alcohol has been reinstated. "No arrest for pretrial for Medicaid fraud", means what? Does that mean you are out on bond with a misdemeanor charge pending? Call a criminal attorney to clarify your question.
i am a resident of Louisiana and so was my ex husband me and my ex husband got a divorce due to him cheating it was filed in January and granted in march i was also informed that me ex husband was expecting a new child with the female that he cheated on me with and is in a relationship with they... View More
Generally, there are certain instances a minor can be examined without a guardian present. The facts of each case would determine whether this could be done. And yes, the parent or legal guardian is usually entitled to have access to that information, absent some limited exceptions (such as a...View More
I was in my own home that I jointly own with my mother and one of my two sisters that lives with me called the state marshall and said I was staying up all night and hearing voices which is true,laughing and talking with them while they had me on strong mental health meds. My other sister... View More
A Louisiana attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a month. Some offices might impose their own protocols in the interest of security or integrity for their documentation. Good luck
A lawyer shouldn't advise you here; a doctor should. You should express your concerns about the impact of such antibiotics on your baby to your doctor. And if your doctor's reasoning for prescribing such pills does not address your concerns, you could seek a second medical opinion. Good...View More
Recently upon checking my credit report, I noticed a medical bill listed. However, I have never been admitted to that hospital nor did I live in that state. Therefore, someone(I have an idea who) used my name, date of birth and social security number. Can a lawsuit be filed against the hospital?
A Louisiana attorney could advise best on this, but your question remains open for two weeks, and it's advisable to take timely measures with this. Before moving forward with formal legal action against the hospital, you could contact their billing and collection department and ask them how...View More
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