answered on Mar 17, 2023
Marin and Barrett, Inc. at 888-348-2735 handles Zantac litigation.
Most such litigation has been consolidated into an MDL and the first Zantac cancer case was scheduled to go to trial early this year.
So don’t delay.
3 hours. I was givven an an epidural, that did not work at all. They were highly alarmed about it. Now my son has autism, sensory pro disorder. And can't speak. There doctors avoided me the entire 4 days in the hospital. He didnt even & do the circumcision! We have video and pictures as... Read more »
answered on Feb 1, 2023
You have a very serious potential case.
It is important that you consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible.
This is only general legal information and is not legal advice. You may not rely on this general information for your legal situation.... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2023
Many Court's have the records online, sometimes they actually have the documents. You can see if it is open.
Mid January 2022 two incicion abcest came up and the doctor opened them up at a appointment in his office put a stictch in and wrapped it up, seemed to heal thought i was ok. Then a few weeks ago I had a large abcest come back up on same incision, went to emergency room, was admitted told i was... Read more »
answered on Apr 21, 2022
Generally speaking, infection cases are rarely successful because infections are a common risk and complication of any surgery. The law requires you to prove that the medical provider's negligence caused you an injury. Just because you had a bad result, does not mean that the doctor was... Read more »
I had turned in paperwork for FMLA to my dr at an appointment. I filled everything out on my end and paid the fee to have it done. I was fired from my job of 10 years due to points and the fact that the fmla paperwork didn't get turned in. Before the due date of my paperwork I had called my dr... Read more »
answered on Jun 24, 2021
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local employment law attorney who can review all the facts of the situation and your termination and advise you, and then contact your employer about any violation of FMLA that the employer might have done. That might get your job back.
Am I able to do anything about it now?
answered on May 31, 2021
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could approach product liability attorneys, and research online whether there are any legal actions involving the antibiotic. There is the issue of the passage of so much time, but that could be something to... Read more »
They kept sending me back to the hospital for being over medicated is there anything I can do case wise against them
answered on Mar 22, 2021
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. An attorney would likely need to consult with a medical professional to answer your question meaningfully - and that could involve a review of your medical records. You could reach out to Ohio law firms to discuss in more... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2020
You await a response for a week, but this isn't really an attorney referral service. It's only a Q & A Board. You could avoid losing further time by seeking out an attorney on your own. You could use the resources of this site, or you could conduct independent searches online. Good... Read more »
I had carpal tunnel, pronators syndrome and cubical tunnel. I still don’t have feeling in my elbow, forearm, parts of my hand and first finger tip. The dr told me he wasn’t sure why and would not investigate he also said one of my nerves they did the nerve block in is damaged, I also have high... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2020
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, based on these brief facts, there doesn't appear to be a strong basis for a medical malpractice case here. It looks like you sought an evaluation by a medical... Read more »
My sister is a mentally disabled and a breast cancer survivor. Her oncologist terminated her as a patient. She is still in active continuous care with drug therapy.
The nurse scheduler made appointments without contacting her or me. I am her source of transportation. We cancelled her... Read more »
answered on Jun 6, 2020
This is something on which an Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. From the brief facts provided, it isn't fully clear what happened in terms of misunderstandings or breakdowns in communication that may have been aggravated by the COVID-19 situation. When... Read more »
I suffer from headaches and have a cranial shunt in my head, I was in the emergency room getting an X-ray of my cranial shunt when the technician dropped the X-ray board on my head and right onto where my shunt is in my head. Then the emergency room discharged me immediately when I returned to my... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2020
It's difficult to say, based on these facts alone. Was the ER doctor aware that an object was dropped on your head? Did you show visible signs of injury or complain of injury to the doctor? It's possible the doctor did not know what transpired during your imaging studies, as the only... Read more »
Never failed drug test or drug count. He had weaned me down from 100mg to 30mg which I have been on since the drug addicts started ODing. Went into office last month and he gave me 15 days of 20mg and 15 days of 10mg and told me I was done. I need to go back to pain clinic but have no insurance and... Read more »
answered on Apr 19, 2020
I'm sorry for your ordeal. You need the medical opinion of a doctor here, not the general perspective of an attorney. You could present your records to a medical professional and ask them what they think. Attorneys are not medically qualified to make such determinations. Good luck
My dad passed away before the suit was settled. We were more concerned with him & the time we had left together and never asked for any details regarding the lawsuit. We never even asked who his attorney was.
After he passed my grdma told others about all the $ she was getting from his... Read more »
answered on Feb 21, 2020
I'm sorry for the loss of your father. If you know nothing about the case, as in not knowing who the defendant was or who the attorney was, you could try the databases of the Ohio court system if you're fairly certain the case would have been litigated in Ohio. This is something an Ohio... Read more »
My father just passed away from this and Acute Ventricular Dysrythmia after seeing his doctor numerous times for his high blood pressure, numbness in his legs and feet, severe confusion, chest pain and trouble breathing and they never did tests for his heart. They kept telling him it could be... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2020
I'm very sorry for your loss. An Ohio attorney could address your question in the best manner, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter in any jurisdiction, medical malpractice cases are generally assessed in terms of whether a breach of a duty occurred. To make that... Read more »
My knee was installed at Mansfield Hospital it was installed at a 12 deg angle.
answered on Nov 20, 2019
You have not asked a question. If your question is whether you can go after the person who improperly installed your knee replacement, I would suggest going to see a medical malpractice lawyer asap.
answered on Sep 25, 2019
Well the answer to this question depends upon whether your doctor harmed you personally somehow. Did he prescribe opioids for you? Did you become addicted or otherwise harmed?
About a week ago I had to bring my child into the emergency room for a mouth injury that needed stitches. The first hospital was unable to help us and sent us to Children’s Hospital instead. They looked at it but there was no ENT doctor available at the time. Instead of waiting until one arrived,... Read more »
answered on Sep 3, 2019
A lot depends on whether they increased the risk of harm to the child. A problem is that one hospital was a specialized hospital. However that being said, they are held to a higher standard. I suggest you contact a member of the Ohio Assn for Justice who handles medical care cases--they give free... Read more »
HypoPARAthyroidism was unheard of back then, and the doctors didn’t know how to help me. Today I am finally realizing what has actually happened to me. It took 9 years to be approved for disability. In 2001 I contacted 2 attorneys to file a malpractice case. I was denied by both of them.
answered on Jul 30, 2019
I do not practice in Ohio, but as a general rule throughout many jurisdictions, medical malpractice statutes of limitations (time deadlines within which formal legal action must commenced) could be subject to allowances that provide additional time based on "discovery" of a condition. You... Read more »
I’ve been seeing a doctor for at least 12 years due to back, neck, hips, knee pain. I’ve had major back surgery in 2009....rod plus screws. I’ve had my thumb fused. This doctor put me on 3 neurontin a day when I first saw him, and 4 Vicodin’s a day also. Eventually the neurontin went up to... Read more »
answered on Apr 12, 2019
If you have concerns about the sudden changes, try seeing another pain management specialist for a second opinion. However, it certainly is a new trend to decrease the use of pain medications.
For past 2y, I have decreased dosage myself, and aware just stopping could kill me. MD aware but states he can't force others to take over pain control and has left it up to me. 100s of phone calls and as many rejections later,my time is running out quickly. I've even tried and been... Read more »
answered on Jan 23, 2019
First you can't force a doctor to treat you. Suggest you look for a clinic and see if there is a health advisor who can tell you about the resources you have. My understanding--and I am not a doctor--is that you will not die. You may have a number of issues but death is not necessarily one of... Read more »
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