I had applied for disability in 2015, and the Social Security Administration did a long & full review of everything and decided that in 2015, 2016, and 2017 I was NOT disabled -UNTIL- after my two 'botched' surgeries in 2017. Since then, I have been extremely physically sick, I still... Read more »
answered on May 15, 2022
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. You describe an urgency in terms of time. At this point, you could reach out to law firms to try to set up a free initial consult instead of losing further time awaiting a response here.
For the disability-related matter, you could... Read 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... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2020
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... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2020
It's possible they have provisions in their policy that covers them for changing the availability of health care providers to cover themselves for the contingency of participating physicians exiting their plan. They could also have provisions that place part of the responsibility on patients... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2020
From the brief facts at hand and the words "not successful," the extent of your damages is not clear. As a general matter, to establish a valid case for medical malpractice, a plaintiff would essentially need to demonstrate injuries stemming from breach of duty of a medical professional.... Read more »
second dr. said first operation was not right
answered on Nov 28, 2019
A Minnesota attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for a week. The need for a second operation in and of itself is not necessarily irrefutable proof of medical malpractice. The reason why a second surgery was needed would need to be determined. You mention the second... Read 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... Read more »
answered on Oct 20, 2019
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... Read more »
I have a guardian and live in a group home and i was on a 3hr time limit to be out and couldn't help my parents do to a infection i had but i have been cleared by my dr. Specialist in urology today from a follow-up appointment and he said no restrictions and also wrote on my summary paper no... Read more »
answered on Jun 23, 2019
Based on the limited details here, it isn't clear why you are still being held subsequent to your urologist lifting your restrictions. It's possible information is missing in terms of their policy, and that your family could need to look further into reasons why you are still being... Read more »
UPPER LEFT LUNG CUT OUT BY HCMC HOSPITAL MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS WITH TWO PATIENTS SAME NAMES SAME SURGEON. 11/07/2016 I HAVE MEDICAL EXPERTS I NEED A LAWYER CASE VALUE $238 MILLION ESTIMATED COMPARED TO ONE CASE IDENTIFIED IDENTICAL . SURGEON AT HCMC PULLS NAMED PATIENT CROSSING NAMES TAKING AFRICAN... Read more »
answered on Apr 26, 2019
Contact a member of the Minnesota Assn for Justice who handles negligence claims.
They give free consultation.s
Every claim is different--you can't base the value of your claim on what someone else somewhere else received. Your medical experts may not be the type used at... Read more »
The nursing home didn't call a ambulance and told me to just ellivate it and ice it when my whole leg was swollen red and hot to the touch because I had a major infection growing all over my three metal plates and 18 screws in my leg! If it wouldn't of been for my cardiologist seeing it... Read more »
answered on Jan 2, 2019
The case of medical malpractice is about the negligence which includes damages. Most of these cases are enormously expenses to prosecute. It seems from your description of your possible case that you have made a decent recovery. In my opinion, this would not be a case we would take on. Please... Read more »
I was given zero option to stay after claiming I needed to stay till I found a new job. Is it worth going against them and if so how would I could about it?
answered on Jan 11, 2018
You will need to speak to an attorney and provide more specifics about your situation to see if there are any claims you may have,
On 5/1 I had 2 impacted wisdom teeth removed under general anesthesia. Healing was going well but I still had jaw pain two weeks later. I could barely open my mouth and was out of pain medication and was using just ibuprofen. I went back to the surgeon's office where I saw a second surgeon who... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2017
Problem is you would have to prove that was what caused the item and that it was from your tooth and not a piece of bone from something you ate. Size seems big for a tooth fragment.Follow up with a dentist to make sure what you pulled out wasn't a problem
I am only 24 and have always had perfect oral health and have nwver had a cavity or any other oral problems before this medication. I researched and found hundreds of other people filing lawsuits for the company not listing this as a side effect. It has greatly effected my life and if I would have... Read more »
answered on Feb 13, 2017
First you would have to show that it was the medicine and nothing else that caused receeding gums, which can come from a number of factors. This is extremely difficult to prove. Either way you need to see an endodontist, so why not let them tell you what they think caused it.
in FBOP's custody, have a previously twisted ankle that I am forced to climb up to a top bunk on, began to experience more & more pain (as well as lose mobility/agility), am not given anything for pain for close to a year, continue to be left climbing up to top bunk, kept being told, the... Read more »
answered on Jul 5, 2016
You need to find an attorney that handles those issues. Suggest you contact the Minnesota Civil Liberties union, ask for their "cooperating attorneys" on prison medical conditions. 8th amendmendment? I do not think so.
The nurse on shift dis-charged him. No details were discussed with him about not be sent home with blood-thinners. The doctor never discharged him personally.10 days later he had a massive stroke. Can't speak, write, walk, talk. Right side of body. Do we have a case?
answered on Aug 21, 2015
I am sorry to hear about that. More information is needed to answer. Talk to a local medical malpractice lawyer, who can investigate, evaluate and advise about your legal rights and options.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing.... Read more »
I still have all the pain am issues as before surgery
What do I do
answered on Jul 16, 2015
Misdiagnosis cases are usually difficult. Talk to a local medical malpractice lawyer about your rights and options.
I recently underwent an epidural steroid injection "into my C7 vertebrae" and after the procedure, various medical professionals questioned the injection site, mentioning that based on the injection site, it looks several vertebral levels lower (more in the t4/t5 range). The physician... Read more »
answered on Jun 17, 2015
Have you suffered any serious, irreversible damage? If not, probably not enough damages for a viable medical malpractice claim.
answered on Jan 8, 2013
Although perforation of the colon is a known risk of the colonoscopy if there is not an informed consent you may have a claim.
I recommend having a qualified medical malpractice attorney review your medical records to see if you have a case.
answered on Jan 8, 2013
The Defense attorneys get the records usually from a signed authorization which you provide (after an attorney reviews and edits). Sometimes the defense is given records from the facility at issue. For example if you are hurt in the nursing home the attorney for the nursing home may have the... Read more »
answered on Jan 8, 2013
It means that you are unable to recover (get money) from the government for that particular claim or issue.
I recommend you contact a qualified Minnesota personal injury attorney to consult with on your interpretation of the statute.
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