A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks - but regardless, any attorney would need to review your file in greater detail, very likely with the guidance of a medical professional to make a meaningful assessment. Already having waited this long for a...Read more »
2 years ago I had a bilateral breast reduction done by a board certified surgeon. My breasts were supposed to be a size D afterwards but are now a large A or small B. Dog ears on both breasts (which I've read can be avoided with proper measurements) & horribly looking scars.
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It would be difficult for an attorney to answer your question as to "whether you remotely have a chance." Although your description offers details that would be...Read more »
I went in for surgery to remove a kidney stone for the first surgery they put a pipe in the back of my hand surgery went okay for the first part for the second part they were to put a bigger pipe in my back to cut open my kidney to get under the tiny... Read more »
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Your friend could contact a med mal attorney to discuss the matter. Most attorneys in this field generally offer free initial consults and work on a contingency basis. Good luck
I won a lawsuit and have already filled out noterized and sent back all paperwork to recieve my payment. However after waiting for about 3 months with no check sent to me. I called my lawyer asking where is my payment. I was told I wouldn't be receiving my payment until probably next year in... Read more »
Since you have a Washington attorney already representing you on this matter, they can best advise as to the reason for the 2021 timetable. But your post remains open for three weeks. A GENERAL factor that could cause delays in payment of med mal awards is liens. That means there could be parties...Read more »
Can I file suit on something like that? They didn't prescribe any kind of antibiotics...they failed to set me up with a physical therapist...foot on injured leg is turning blue and numb when not elevated...
At this point, it sounds like your medical issues could be more pressing that a legal analysis of what happened. Your post remains open for three weeks, but if you consulted with a Washington med mal attorney, it seems likely that they would set priorities on your obtaining whatever type of medical...Read more »
Washington State, Snohomish County. Prescribed oxycodones for pain in my feet from 1997 till 1999. Became addicted to opiates been in and out of treatment, have multiple felony drug cases which I've done prison time for. Also had a child born with neonatal abstinence syndrome.
My wife's cousin recently had his appendix taken out. During the surgery they did severe damage to his bladder. While in recovery and under the influence of pain medication a nurse heavy handedly (or forced) him to sign paperwork that essentially said everything went fine to his knowledge and... Read more »
That isn't the way it works (in terms of footing a $20,000 to $100,000 price tag to "get in the door"). If a Washington med mal attorney determines that the grounds for a valid case exist, it is likely that the firm would move forward with the case on a contingency basis, which means...Read more »
I'm trying to apply for SSDI and the judge needs some proof of the dental malpractice to prove mercury and other toxic compounds that seeped into my system causing neurological issues today. The case information dissapeared when bank foreclosed on my home instead of the home next door in 2011... Read more »
As a starting point, one option could be to contact Washington Courts (https://www.courts.wa.gov/) and ask them about any case information they might maintain. There are a number of legal tools for searching state and federal databases (some of these charge fees for their use); these might be...Read more »
Want to know what someone can do as a first responder (first aid) can do as opposed to an EMT or Paramedic. For example, someone arrives at a scene of an accident. What can they do before the ambulance arrives?
Why not volunteer with a fire department and see? Basically, a person coming on the scene should notify authorities and then act within their capabilities. Do you have 1st Aid & Advanced first Aid certification from the Red Cross? Then don't assume having seen you tube videos you can do...Read more »
Relationship lasted 7 months. I have lots of email that document relationship including dentist stating inappropriateness of the relationship. Some conduct occurred in the clinic. A lot of it was overnight via email and mostly an emotional affair. I think he is a predator in my community and I... Read more »
Went through excrutiating pain the first 4 days after the surgery, pain i will never forget and would never wish upon anyone else. For the two weeks immediately following the surgery everything seemed to be going fine and then suddenly boils started appearing all over my buttocks and even in... Read more »
Only if it can be shown that the boils were somehow caused by something the doctor did. As boils are a hair follicle infection I don't see how that would be. Get the medical treament you need, do not ask questions making it sound like you are accusing the doctor, see what people say. Contact a...Read more »
My doctor performed a lumbar laminectomy decompression surgery on me for lower back pain. He falsified my medical records to say that I had radiating pain down my buttock and legs; he said that was my primary complaint. I had no pain anywhere except my lower back. I can prove that using the records... Read more »
I was Prescribed a Anti- Depression Medication - Duloxtine 60mg by My Psychiatrist That I Had A Severe Allergic Interaction with.My Psychiatrist was Very Aware of and Had a List of all thee Medication's that I took on a Daily Basis including my High Blood Pressure Medication - Lisiniprol... Read more »
Contact a member of the state of washington Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consultations.Much will depend on what he was told about the two other reactions. If told nothing he can't be charged with knowledge (or if the information he was given carried a different diagnosis). But get the...Read more »
I was Prescribed A Medication by My Psychiatrist that I Had a Severe Allergic Interaction to Where I Blacked out and Fell Down my Daughters Basement Steps and was Rushed to thee Hospital with Acute Subdural Hematoma and also Had too Additionally have 7 Staples put into my Head I Was Transferred to... Read more »
I would contact a member of the State of Washington Assn for Justice that handles medical malpractice and drug manufacturer liability. They give free consultation. Get a print out from your drug store of your medications taken for the 4 months before the incident. Yes, you know them, but get the...Read more »
My Doctor performed a lumbar laminectomy decompression surgery on me for lower back pain. He falsified my medical records to say that I had radiating pain down my buttock and legs, he said that was my primary complaint. I had no pain anywhere except me lower back, I can prove that using the records... Read more »
All I can suggest is to check with some other attorneys who are members of the state of Washington Assn for Justice who handle medical malpractice cases.They give free consultations. Depending on what your MRI's show, op notes show, pathology report shows, if your disc was shot it...Read more »
My doctor ordered a CT scan with contrast. The tech at the hospital failed to use contrast. I was therefore dosed with harmful radiation for no reason. What are my chances of being compensated somehow for this? Thank you.
Minimal. It doesn't look like you will be able to show any real money damages, unless and until you develop a radiation-related illness. Even then, it will probably be impossible to prove the illness resulted from this particular procedure.
seeing her primary doctor for possible anxiety/depression. My daughter lost the ability to walk, talk, at one point had complete memory loss, including her age, birthdate, where she lives, there are many things she still has problems with, her memory, she is unable to do math even the simplest of... Read more »
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