Been back numerous times still not right. I believe because of two technicians actions it was done deliberately. Can I sue for discrimination and the fact that I have to live with this malfunctioning mouth?
Several Months ago, i had an appointment with my doctor to remove an IUD (intrauterine device) and have it replaced with a new IUD since the old one was already over 5 years and it was time to change it. At the end of the appointment, i was told that it would be best to remove the old one and... Read more »
I'm sorry for your painful ordeal here. From the facts you present, failure to remove the first IUD appears to be breach of duty of care, which would ordinarily be a basis for a medical malpractice case (together with other legal elements that include causality and damages). If you are...Read more »
Smile Design keeps putting me off, saying they are trying to come to agreement with current dentist to finish other dentists unfinished procedures. If I sue, who is sued, the Smile Design practice, or the dentist (if I can find him) who started the procedure? He has been paid in full for the... Read more »
they claim because I have medicare and medicaid attached to it the cant see me I tried to explain to them they dont need to bill medicaid that medicare covers 100 present of my medical since I'm on a special needs plan they would not hear it then insisted I needed a Florida insurance I called... Read more »
They won't accept your insurance. They won't accept cash. You might be better off asking your doctor for a different referral. You could delve further into the insurance coverage, reviewing the guidelines and determining your rights. It's a personal decision in how determined you wish to be in the...Read more »
If a plastic surgeon didn’t stick to the service agreement and you wake up with something other that what was agreed on, can you get you money back from the credit issuer under consumer protection laws?
Didn't find out about warning til next day, pk'd up Rx. Given pill at hospital initially, had terrible reaction. Has been several months, continue to have intermittent blurry vision, getting worse and more often, not better as had hoped. All meds were brought with me and documented at ED.
FDA is in charge of drugs and regulations. Congress stated that CDC had no authority to issue guidelines for pain mgmt, especially how it did so, cherry picked bias members none whom never treated pain patients, had financial conflicts! Congress stated CDC be held accountable, consequences never... Read more »
You didn't ask a question, but you apparently want to know what you can legally do about the fact that this happened to you. Also, when you say "to make front of me...", I assume you mean, "make fun of me..."
The U.S. Office of Civil Rights handles this type of complaint (for violation...Read more »
I was placed a long dental bridge barely 3 years ago and was told I had to replace it already which is unusual. Specialist within same dental company won't touch the bridge as he doesn't know what's underneath. Customer service after investigating my case offered to replace the bridge at no cost... Read more »
I’m sorry to hear you’ve had such a poor experience with this dental group. Without reviewing that Release it’s hard to comment specifically. However, it sounds like they are willing to give you a full refund in exchange for a release of all claims. They want to...Read more »
You have 2 years from the date of the act you claim to be negligent to file a claim so if it’s been 3 years since the infection you would be passed the legal time to file a lawsuit. However you should consult with a lawyer to be sure. As to the facts, infections occur from surgeries and more...Read more »
I feel as he didnt plan this at all causing much damage emotionaly and physically during surgury and after plus nerve damage still. I take subutex which is buprenorphine a blocker for opiates. Which can cause difficulty treating my pain. He planned the c sec. For less than 24 hrs after seeing baby... Read more »
Your question at the top is a medical question, not a legal one - but I'm guessing that you are wondering if you can sue the medical provider for medical malpractice. That starts with asking a doctor with the exact same specialty whether he/she believes the doctor who treated you did not meet the...Read more »
Good afternoon. I'm very sorry to hear about what you're going through.
I'm not a medical doctor of course but I am aware that one of the risks associated with hernia repair surgery is that the hernia can return. If the hernia repair fails and the hernia reappears, this is referred to as a...Read more »
you will need to set up an estate on your own with estate/probate attorney, or if there's a medical malpractice case set up, attorneys like we do, have a relationship with another law firm that you can be referred to for this part. Essentially, the estate brings the case or legal action; but as a...Read more »
Florida has a "Three Strikes" rule, but to get a "strike," the doctor has to lose a malpractice trial and get a judgment against him. Claims don't count unless they go all the way to trial and the doctor loses. Settlements don't count either. Settlements have to be reported to both the Board of...Read more »
The claim is the same and is about and based upon a finding of medical negligence. The death act speaks to damages available. Thus any attorney will know to comply with medical malpractice presuit requirements and make a claim of negligence if supported by an expert medical opinion.
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