It's possible you could, but there are very few facts to go on here. If you contacted a Mississippi med mal attorney, they would likely want to know what the medication was, the dosage administered, what it was prescribed for, your reaction to the medication, your medical history, among many other...Read more »
If you consulted with a Mississippi med mal attorney, they would need additional information to form any kind of legal opinion. Attorneys generally review a claimant's file with the guidance of a doctor or other medical professional. Good luck
There wasn't a question, but if you're asking whether you have the grounds for a case, a Mississippi med mal attorney would likely ask for additional information or records. They would need further details. Good luck
I was suppose to have erythromycin topical ointment USP 2% and I was given erythromycin topical gel for dermatologic use and me not knowing that it was suppose to used on the skin, I put it in my eye and almost burned my eye out.
Is it possible you were supposed to be given erythromycin 0.5% ophthalmic strength ointment? Whatever the case may have been, you could contact a med mal attorney in Mississippi to review the matter in greater detail in terms of the prescription you were given, the one you were supposed to get, and...Read more »
Normal delivery, baby boy lived 12 hours. A lot of things went wrong. I didn't see it then. I've been going through info about death. It's clear to me now something wasn't right. Myself, I have had several surgeries due to effects of my delivery on that day.
I would highly recommend that you reach out to a personal injury/medical malpractice as soon as you are able, as there is a time element involved in this. Whether or not you have a case depends on several factors. Regardless, feel free to reach out to any attorney on this forum by clicking the...Read more »
I have medical conditions that require continued care. Physician states he will be available for urgent care for no more than 30 days. 3 scheduled appointments for these conditions have been cancelled. Including one for blood work.
Your best bet would be to contact an attorney experienced in medical malpractice to discuss your case. Like any relationship, the one between a doctor and their patient may be terminated by either party. The issue in your case is whether there is a continuing duty on the part of the physician to...Read more »
My dad went to the hospital with chest pains. They said it was a heart attack and sent him to a bigger hospital. In the ER there they said blood test was negative for a heart attack but ekg was abnormal so they knew it was something cardiac related. He had pain meds and nitro but it didn't ease... Read more »
You will need to consult an attorney to discuss some more of the facts behind your possible claim. It would be helpful to get an electronic copy of your father's medical records for the attorney's review. Keep in mind, though, that when it comes to medical malpractice claims, there is a statute of...Read more »
You can likely do a general statutory search online; however, in response to your main question, generally, it is unlawful for a person to be in possession or to be using prescription medication not prescribed to them.
I have had to be lanced back open 3x to let it drain. I had a serious colon sectomy and emergency partial hysterectomy on nov 28 2016 and I'm still running fever, throwing up and hurting. I go see the surgeon every week for follow up. They also wouldn't send home health bc no insurance, to clean my... Read more »
My doctor who told me he was operating on me never explained risk/benefits. I went to surgery and ended up in ICU With a retro peritoneal bleed for a week. in recovery, there was a doctor there whom I never met before that told me he operated on me. Is this legal?
I went to the emergency room in Clarksdale Thursday night for vomiting, etc. I went to emergency room in Oxford Friday night for the same thing and they diagnosed me with colitis and said it was very visible and don't see how Clarksdale missed it.
Not in this case. Not all misdiagnoses are malpractice. More importantly, the couple of days delay didn't create a harm that wasn't there--and so no case (you don't get to sue for what could have happened).;
More information is needed to answer. A local medical malpractice lawyer can review and advise.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific...Read more »
He installed a bridge and left a sharp piece of glue under it. An infection occurred because of that and has been lasting for over a month. He admitted it was his fault and has been treating it for free ever since. I've been in severe pain, missed work, paid for several prescriptions out of pocket... Read more »
There is no question here. You can ask a local medical malpractice lawyer who handles dental cases to investigate and evaluate.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education...Read more »
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