People with mental illness can provide testimony in a domestic violence case, just like any other witness. However, the reliability of their testimony may be influenced by the nature and severity of their mental illness. Courts generally consider a variety of factors when evaluating the credibility...View More
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You probably already attempted resolution or negotiation with them. When it comes to ER or ambulance services, some carriers will show more leniency. But if you are at an impasse, which could be the case from...View More
My father had a feeding tube put in and they said there was no complications and they even signed release forms but not even 48 hrs later he died of internal bleeding. He had told the nurse that his stomach was hurting and nothing was done also he mentioned that they didn't know what was wrong... View More
You should Consult with experienced attorneys. Medical malpractice means that a doctor violated the standard of care. A bad outcome is not enough. Another doctor would be needed to evaluate what the doctors did. This sounds like it could be malpractice.
My gyno prescribed me way over 400 15mg Oxycodone and 10mg Hydrocodone a MONTH. Although the insurance refused to cover more than 1 Rx a month, the Dr. kept approving them to be filled and the pharmacy filled them. This continued for over a year. I became an addict because of this negligence and am... View More
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for the impact this has had on your life. Regardless of jurisdiction, there is the inescapable problem that fourteen years have elapsed, aside from other issues. You can reach out to local law...View More
I am an SLP who works for a company based out of state but I live in Albuquerque and work for APS through them. In a covenants/provisions clause of my contract, I am not to work for APS for 12 months after my contract expires. I feel this is unreasonable since APS is the only public school in the... View More
Non-competes, generally speaking, are enforceable. There are factors a court takes into account to determine if they are too restrictive and thus, unenforceable. This varies state to state. I would recommend reaching out to an employment lawyer in your state for a consultation.
yes. There is a regulation. See TITLE 8 CHAPTER 302 PART 2 NMAC.
It may not apply to your situation. I am not aware of any court rulings on this provision of the Administrative Code. It is a little complicated. More information would be helpful. What type of services? Was their medicare,...View More
I am permanently disabled from a motorcycle vs. drunk driver in a van in 1986, where I received multiple serious injuries and came very close to death. Leg tore to shreds, vertical fracture of my pelvis (split in half), crushed hand, broken arm. I worked hard to recover and rehabilitate, all the... View More
Short answer is no. Courts don't tell administrative agencies what to do, and it's within their discretion. However, if your problem is getting a rehab plan or similar going, you will want to contact a group that deals with pain like the cancer socieity for your state, etc.
The hosp confirmed MRSA on Feb 6. The dr didn't inform me until Feb. 18. My father has been changing my bandage 2 times a day, everyday. I feel this surgeon is at fault for not giving me the results for nearly 2 weeks.
There are many factors in a medical malpractice lawsuit. One factor in particular would be that the negligence of the medical provider must be the cause of damages. In other words, just because there was a delay in notification of a medical condition, does not always translate to damages. If you...View More
Instead of rights, do you perhaps mean liability exposure? Because yes, you are potentially asking for trouble if you are not sure that what you are saying in the foreign language is understood in the way you intend.
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