diagnosed with depression. I didn't feel heard, or respected. Was told life is just hard and to get over it. I stopped seeing her, she continued to prescribe the medication. New doctor has diagnosed me bipolar with OCD, close to a diagnosis with borderline personality disorder. The previous... Read more »
Celexa is one of those prescription drugs which require close medical oversight during the process of discontinuing its use. If you were taking it when you stopped seeing your old doctor, he/she should have continued to prescribe it, and your new doctor should have overseen the process of...Read more »
I had a endoscopy done and on my pre opp exam the doctor made a comment to me "now for the fun part" as he proceeded to tell me to pull my knees to my chest and press out as he checked my prostate, He did not indicate he was going to do that other thatn tell ing "npw for the fun... Read more »
that have never been completely addressed by the doctor. I was finally refered to neurology a month ago, because after several trigger point injections, a spinal, steroid shots, 5 different muscle relaxers, 2 different pain pills, 3 rounds of therapy that did nothing for me they couldnt do nothing... Read more »
Medical malpractice requires proof that your doctor's conduct fell below the "standard of care" for your injury. In order to pursue a legal claim for medical malpractice, you will need an expert report from a doctor explaining in detail how your doctor's treatment of your...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It would be difficult for attorneys to offer guidance here. There wasn't a question, but it looks like you're wondering about your legal rights. That would call for a medical opinion. You could reach out to...Read more »
I need to know if I can file a lawsuit against the hospital who turned my 17 year old daughter away while she was in a cardiac arrest for she arrived at a later hospital and she died a minute after she arrived parents were never notified until after her death
I'm very sorry for the loss of your daughter. This is a heartbreaking scenario. Only a Texas attorney can advise you on civil practice rules, but you originally posted three weeks ago. Please consider consulting with a Texas attorney WITHOUT DELAY if you contemplate legal action. Depending on...Read more »
I received an Epidural and which I was stuck several times. The next day I felt bad pain in my back I asked many times what was back there. K was told it was a reaction from tape. While changing the bandage she didn't have enough supplies and so she stepped out. I got up and took a picture of... Read more »
In order for a Texas Lawyer to answer the question of whether a client's case has merit and will prevail, depends on the evidence against the offending party. In a case against a healthcare provider, many times a doctor or clinic will deny responsibility and your claim requiring you to file a...Read more »
years ago i took my 1 1/2 yr old daughter to a "pop-up ER." They incorrectly inserted her catheter and caused 2 hours of pain because her bladder was blocked and unable to drain. Also, she was unable to speak to us to tell us what was hurting. An older nurse recognized the issue, adjusted... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to discuss in greater detail with a Texas attorney, it could be worthwhile to research whether you have anything in your records going back to the time you reached your settlement agreement. If you...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general rule, I do not see SOL waivers granted in lawsuits involving the two categories you mention - personal injury or medical malpractice. Nationwide, it is not common in these high-stakes cases. Only a Texas...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. The description provided here is very brief, but your first step could be to reach out to med mal attorneys. You would need to demonstrate that the hospital breached a duty of medical care. If you contacted law firms...Read more »
Overpump me with inducing meds till I rupture killing baby and I. Leaving broken parts inside causing terrible pain and years of torture and irreparable damage to my health though I have no clue for years later cause I’m no doc…….. how come I can only do something for two years ?????
The two-year period starts from the day you knew or should have known (if you had looked into your symptoms to see what was wrong) that the doctor had left something inside you, not from the date that the doctor actually left the parts in you. In other words, it is 2 years after you discovered that...Read more »
What can I do? I got ran over by a garbage truck December-11-2020. Stayed overnight at the hospital. The E.R. Doctors sent me home the next day. Workers compensation doctors had me do therapy and they let my foot healed improperly. I was forced to walk on my foot for months with it like that until... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. The doctors who sent you home might argue that their decision was a sound one based on findings of a physical examination, x-rays, CTs, or other medical evidence available at the time they formulated their...Read more »
My father test positive for Covid! 2hours after he was released from county jail! He was wearing the same mask he got booked into jail with. 18days with the same mask! I asked and requested that he get a new mask or if I could bring any in. SEVERAL TIMES!!! Was told “I’ll get him one” spoke... Read more »
You can sue anyone for almost anything but that doesn't mean you can win. A lawsuit like this would never be a matter of Criminal Law even though it involves the administration of the county jail. This would be a matter of Civil Law and may need to include some sort of Civil Rights argument...Read more »
I received a bill recently for services that had happened close to nine months ago. I had been approved for financial assistance for those services from the hospital and received a letter saying that "my account [was] closed" around six months before receiving this new bill. Can someone... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. More details could be helpful here. But as a general matter, a patient could be billed by more than one entity for services received in a hospital. A hospital could have its primary billing and collections office, but in...Read more »
I am a 23 year old man who almost died due to a very large pharmacy giving me the wrong anti seizure medication, even putting the label over it stating that it was the correct one and telling me to take 5 every night. This caused me to have a seizure in my sleep while vomiting, unable to turn to my... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. And that Texas attorney would really be your current attorney, since you mention being "lawyered up." It isn't clear if this situation transpired OVER [THE COURSE] OF TWO/THREE WEEKS, as you wrote in your...Read more »
I am not a doctor and am not sure what those prescriptions are for, but since you're both married and this is your son, you both are free to make medical choices regarding your son, either jointly or separately.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal, but it would be difficult for any attorney to comment meaningfully on this, despite the clear and apparent nature of what you describe - it would call for a medical opinion. You could reach...Read more »
A Texas (or possibly Arkansas) attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. You could reach out to attorneys to discuss in further detail - based on the brief description here, an attorney could not offer meaningful...Read more »
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