As a practical matter, unless you suffered serious injuries, no lawyer would take this case. Whether you have a theoretical case would depend on whether the doctor knew or had reason to know you might be allergic to that medication.
After I registered at a lab for several blood tests, I was told that they could do all tests except for the Sickle Cell screening. I already registered before they told me that, meaning I was already obligated to pay them. One of my issues is that, by offering all other tests except the Sickle Cell... Read more »
I don't think this is a medical malpractice case. Did you call the lab and tell them you no longer want to take the test and explain why? I doubt they would hold your feet to the fire if you have not yet taken the test.
3 operations would it be a malpractice against the doctor or pain and suffering against my employer. Comp is also refusing to treat me with any meds that work . Refusing pain management . My lawyer said he can't answer these questions due to he only handles the comp side of things . Please... Read more »
You can't sue your employer. You may have a valid claim for malpractice, but only if another doctor is willing to state under oath that an act of medical negligence occurred. You should ask your current lawyer for a referral to a medical malpractice attorney.
60 days into a new job- I came into work throwing up but ready to work. The doctor I was working for asked me to go home. Now during my review they are using that against me saying it was an unexcused day.
My doctor prescribed me Effexor but omitted to mention the severe and long-lasting discontinuation symptoms associated with the medication. Since I have stopped taking Effexor, I have experienced a myriad of uncomfortable and disruptive side effects including disorientation, excessive sweating,... Read more »
In theory, yes. But it is not as simple as if X than malpractice. More to the point, it will be hard to find a lawyer who will show an interest in your claim because, thankfully, your injuries are not permanent.
If you took 100 doctors and related the facts and if 70% or more said their should have been a differential diagnosis including whatever it was, and that he should then have done tests to exclude it. Malpractice cases are very expensive and it's likely that there are problems with your case....Read more »
She won't even take an x-ray to see where the screw is before she goes in for another surgery which all she did was talk to somebody over the phone from her office because she never could make it to the appointment which I sat in the room for an hour and a half waiting..whole process has been... Read more »
I went to the doctors in so much pain I was vomiting and could not stand upright. My insurance told me I have to go to urgent care before going to ER. I told the doctor I am in so much pain I have gall stones I think I am having a gall bladder attack. I am a biologist so I am not some crazy... Read more »
if it's the minors claim they have a variety of years depending on if it's due to injury to the reproductive system, an item being left inside, whether they are under certain ages. Why not contact a member of the Md. Assn for Justice that handles malpractice and ask them? they give free...Read more »
As you know two simple filling caused me root canal in my tooth,I explained this to my Dentist and requested him if he will bare my expenses, which I expalined over phone and email.Upon talking to him he mentioned multiple things that the filling material could be bad,I asked I'm to see the... Read more »
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