This has been going on for 5 years.. If it is an LLC and she was President ..there was no piercing of the veil.. how can they request a debtors exam?? she is on SSI, home was foreclosed on, she rents an apartment, it was a bar , there were no assets .. She is basically bed ridden, heart attack when... Read more »
He went in for surgery to have a dialysis port changed to the hospital. He was released back to the nursing home. About a week later he was taken to our local hospital because he was sick. We was told then that he possibly had Septsis and they were sending to a more equipped hospital. After being... Read more »
Too much anesthesia resulted in fluid in my lungs and a partially collapsed lung and an had to be admitted for almost two days and the inability to awaken me for many hours after the surgery. The anesthesiologist came to visit me more than anyone who participated in the surgery. Also, what is the... Read more »
For starters the over all work was poor quality. Broke a tooth off in the bone making extraction more difficult and painful, left a partial tooth in one of the sockets of an extraction, it got infected, the pain and discomfort from the infection induced sensitivity and prolonged damage suffered is... Read more »
A patient tears rotator cuff, also has non related 10% compression fracture of t7 vertabrae; sees primary care, and spine specialist. Patient also diagnosed with mental illness. MRI's / Xrays of the spine, the patient is sent to PT for the should and neck causing symptoms worsen. No follow up... Read more »
I took my dog to the vet. The vet did an Xray and said there is a foreign object that needed to be removed. The vet did the surgery and found that it was a dog treat which i told him i had given him before i left home and also asked if we could induce vomiting for the object. They still want me to... Read more »
The case would be decided on the evidence and testimony that you present in court. The vet would present evidence of giving reasonable care under the circumstances. The court would then decide if you met the burden of proof with a "good case." Small claims court can decide cases...Read more »
Don't know if your state has a medical ombudsman. You can file a complaint with the state medical board to get your licenses. Assuming you have a personal physician, ask her or him if they can get some feedback. But a doctor can't be compelled to treat someone.
This response is general in nature and you should seek the counsel and advice of an experienced Ohio lawyer to review all the aspects of your case. Do not rely on this answer as it is based on limited information.
Ohio's Political Subdivision Tort Liability Act creates a significant...Read more »
Depends on the cirumstances, but few attorneys handle dental malpractice and fewer take cases that have no significant harm from the result. Start by contact a member of the Ohio Assn for Justice--they give free consults.
I had a torn meniscus, and had surgery May 31st to fix that, and I had an extra bone removed from my knee. A month after returning to work, I started having the same pain and went back to the doctor. Scans showed another torn meniscus. I had a second surgery on Oct. 11, a month after surgery I... Read more »
You should sit down with a local medical malpractice attorney. Most will review your case for free, and if they find legal grounds for a suit will take it on a contingency basis. You've got nothing to lose by having it reviewed.
I had surgery January 5th of 2016 my last office visit with my surgeon was January 25 of 2016 . My nerves were not healing properly in his office noted that it would take up to at least a year for them to return . Recently it's causing me suffering I can no longer work. I went to see another... Read more »
I'm writing on behalf of my friend who was diagnosed with cancer about 6 years ago. She was on hospice for 5 years retested and found to have fibroids. there is no clear 1 year medical malpractice timeline here.
The time spent in bed not eating from depression and what not caused her... Read more »
I was refused pain medication after being transported to the hospital by ems for passing out from severe pain. The nurse was very rude and no one gave me a proper exam. I told them I was dizzy multiple times but the nurse made me stand up, she didn't lock the bed so when I passed out again my... Read more »
If he died six years ago, no. There are statutes of limitations for wrongful death & malpractice, and they expiered long ago. For your peace of mind consult an attorney who gives free consults, but I don't see a liklihood of success.
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