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Q: Why does my life not seem to matter why does a woman have to hemorrhage & pretty much die before obgyn will do a dnc

3 blood transfusions hours of unexplainable un necessary pain. To much pain meds given after patient specially said no more fentenal to then have to go into respiratory depression a laceration in my mouth from intubation and then to be told by the very person who didn't feel he needed to check... View More

Joel Gary Selik
Joel Gary Selik
answered on Jul 24, 2023

You make a great point. This is one of the reasons lawsuit are so important. And laws that limit or interfere with right to a jury trial do not serve justice. Otherwise doctors and others can get away without bad actions.

Here, there may be a case. Due to the nature of medical...
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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Arbitration / Mediation Law and Divorce for North Dakota on
Q: What are the benefits of using mediation instead of the court system to resolve divorce disputes?
Lesley B Foss
Lesley B Foss
answered on Oct 19, 2018

In North Dakota, if your divorce involves minor children, you are required to attend and participate in the Family Law Mediation program, which provides divorcing couples with 6 free hours of mediation services. If the divorce does not involve minor children, you do not receive a referral to... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Arbitration / Mediation Law for North Dakota on
Q: A person I sued after I was injured on their business's property requested we arbitrate instead. Is this a good idea?
Peter D Morowski
Peter D Morowski
answered on Jan 12, 2018

There are many benefits to arbitration, most particularly it is typically much faster than a state court lawsuit. That said, if you are unrepresented by counsel I would be weary of agreeing to arbitration. Arbitration is a lot like a trial. I have never heard of an injury matter being... View More

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