I had a perpetual cough for over 3 months and i was diagnosed by my doctor as having nothing, no tests. Just this week, after over 6 months i was diagnosed with breast cancer. They did not do any tests for my earlier coughing symptoms. Can i sue for malpractice?
That's a question a Minnesota medical malpractice attorney could best answer, after gathering and reviewing additional information. Your question remains open for two weeks; at this point, reach out to Minnesota med mal attorneys for a consult. Most practitioners provide free consults in these...Read more »
i got a letter in the mail that said my already approved workmans compensation case was denied for lack of consistency. Thankfully, i have my medical records in hand so i was able to review them immediately. It is noted that i experienced significant memory loss from before AND after my accident... Read more »
You could repost your question, adding workers' compensation as a category. Or with the question remaining open for two weeks, at this point, you could simply reach out to a workers' compensation attorney in Minnesota. You ask about fairness, which is a good question. But in these types of claims,...Read more »
They arrest me sat in jail month bailed out trial began then they stoped. Bca brought to courts attn they made error in there records I had fulfilled my duty as of 9_17 arrested 5_18 for supposed crime ..now there saying they wanna expungement court under Judical inherent authority..for me...... Read more »
They never asked for consent from the parent and did not notify the parent nor the Court. They just went and had elective surgery performed on the child within weeks of being granted ex parte temporary legal custody. The child is now severely psychologically abused and traumatized. After elective... Read more »
Legal custody carries with it the right to make medical decisions for the minor child. Of course, depending upon the circumstances, one might be able to argue that custody should be modified based upon physical or emotional endangerment to the child.
Not without legal risk. As lawyers we consider how the law may apply to hypothetical facts (1) in the past; and (2) in the future. When the case is being litigated in court, it's almost always about the past. Past facts can't be changed, though we may have problems of proof. On the other hands,...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 »
This is a very fact-specific question. Accordingly, it would depend on what happened. Can they be in trouble for discharging the firearm in city limits? Can they justify their actions? Can they show they were coming to the aid of the other dog? Frankly, the "right" answer is going to depend on the...Read more »
If you wish to discuss your case with an attorney, you could simply ask. However, in many firms, until a case is developed to the point of being prepared for depositions and other pre-trial activities, it is often paralegals who are most familiar with the file. Paralegals gather much of the initial...Read more »
A suggestion would be to inform the office respectfully that you’d like to speak directly to the attorney about a particular matter. Sure accommodations could be made. Every firm handles this differently. Good luck to you.
It pertained to identity theft (mine, specifically) and tax returns filed fraudulently under my name. I'd like to attain another copy of that letter in case I get audited. Someone filed taxes under my name and received a return; I talked to someone from the IRS about it, she said the tax filings... Read more »
Mid twenty year old male who is labeled as a vulnerable adult sexually assaulted a 7 year old male child. The child confirmed this in an interview along with the predator admitting it happened along with his guardian admitting it happened. Also this is not the first time this predator has sexually... Read more »
The County Attorney for the county where the offense occurred makes any charging decisions about whether to move forward with charging the matter out. I am assuming that there must be some valid reason why he or she is choosing not charge the case.
It could be both. Even if the brakes were bad, the driver must have known that before he took you on as a passenger. You should contact an attorney who has experience in this area of the law for help. Generally there is no cost for a conference and generally most attorneys work on a percentage...Read more »
Wondering about people using megaphones, or even yelling, in others' ears. Protesters seem to think it's OK as long as they're not touching the target. I can tell you that it hurts, and I'd like to be able to defend myself against the physical assault.
It was 2 weeks ago and he didnt look right when they finally let me see him. Now he called scared that he is going blind it gets black and it lasts for a while and he has been waiting to go to the nurse for days. He is a retierd disabled marine.
On the medical access issue contact the Minn. Civil liberties Union, ask for their prison project. Depending on how the water got there, where it was he may have a claim, but he needs medical attention.
You should consult with another attorney who is experienced in Personal Injury cases and he/she could then give you the correct advice as to how to proceed. Most, if not all, attorneys in these type of cases will consult with you free of charge.
Does the home owners insurance cover personal injury i was taking care of my fiance's stepfather in the home and injured my back picking him up off the floor and i further injured my back while changing a toilet for his wife in the home causing me to have surgery on my back
If this is a job you are hired to do, then it would likely be a workers' compensation claim. If this is just something you were doing, you may need to consult with a personal injury lawyer for further help. Virtually every PI lawyer gives free consultations, your easiest route would be to call and...Read more »
Yes, and perhaps you will not have to sue and just settle out of court. Of course McDonalds may contest what happened and if so it is your burden to prove that is how you broke your tooth. You should consult an atty to help you.
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