A Pennsylvania attorney would be able to most accurately answer your question, as it could possibly involve state law. However, it remains open for two weeks. As a general premise, an attorney can charge for getting medical records if they are charged for them by a medical office or medical records...Read more »
In September I was pregnant and went to the hospital for what I thought was contractions. The doctor ordered a ultrasound because it was not contractions. Ultrasound showed gallstones. After pregnancy (February) I went to meet a surgeon for my gallbladder and gave him the ultrasound report. Oh the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. A good first step could be to contact a Pennsylvania med mal attorney. I hope your follow-up on Wednesday did not reveal kidney damage. An attorney could request your file and review...Read more »
There is no universal formula. Insurance is governed by state regulations, so part of the answer could hinge on state-specific provisions of Pennsylvania law regarding subrogation (recouping by the carrier) of the cost of benefits originally provided by the carrier. It could also depend on the...Read more »
This is really a question best handled by a New Hampshire attorney, but you await a response for four weeks. You're going to have to discuss the matter with a med mal attorney to find out how the statute of limitations would be handled. That's why this is a state-specific issue. As a general...Read more »
Gastroentoritis is something that needs to be handled with care on what food you may eat containing to greasy or sauce or acid things of that such.They proceeded to tell me I had to have a emergency surgery because the doctor said it was something that they THOUGhT was going to cause problems in... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with these conditions. This is a very complex situation. It also involves a very long timeline. These elements could make it daunting for a plaintiff's attorney. The best way to evaluate the matter would probably be to approach Pennsylvania med mal attorneys to try to...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise on some of the elements of this question better than anyone else, because it could involve looking things up in Pennsylvania courts. But your question remains open for two weeks. If the med mal claim was placed into suit and an index number was generated, you...Read more »
I'm sorry for the difficult situation you are undergoing. It would be absurd for anyone but a doctor or very knowledgeable medical professional to even attempt to tell you what they think this means. But if you relayed these brief basic concerns to your family or close friends, it seems likely they...Read more »
sister passed away in nursing home. She fell 4/6/17. Officer arrived called his wife (she is supervisor which my sister resides), he then asked her what he should do,, tell he if she does not go to the hospital she will go to jail for public drunkness? She never came home, she passed away on May 28... Read more »
You should immediately call a member of the Pa. Assn for Justice in the county where it happened --they give free consults. However with a confusing set of facts, and the statute of limitations running May 28th if it hasn't already run, you may not find an attorney willing to take it but make some...Read more »
You would have to check the indices of the Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts/Clerk of Judicial Records for the County where the dentist is located. Since you are not a lawyer and would not have access to the electronic records, you would probably have to go to the office personally and request...Read more »
Due to something that was advocated and found in his blood work. I looked up the regulations and personally called the companies myself. And they are stating that isn’t the case and the hospital did not even try to put an authorization in to obtain that particular service. What rights does he... Read more »
I was recently in an emergency room for mental health. I was put in a seclusion room for my safety. The nurse didnt lock the door. I walked out into the lobby. Several security guards were trying to stop me. I wasnt fighting I just kept walking. A trooper who was there for another reason came out... Read more »
I have powerful video and paper evidence of his civil rights bieng extremely violated. I was told by NH staff he was deemed incompetent after he signed Medical proxy to me - in front of me , I have pictures - documents -video evidence to provide
I checked with courts - he was not deemed... Read more »
There may be a claim the estate can make. Whether it's a claim for the DA is up to the DA for the county where it happened. Feel free to call me and I can recommend some attorneys who can discuss the case in more detail with you. Do understand nursing home cases are difficult as the people go there...Read more »
I continued to have numbness in half my mouth and he said that happens just like if u got surgery on another half of your body. You can live with it. I told him I saw a crack through my tooth he would look and say there's nothing there. after many appointments and being charged hundreds of dollars... Read more »
You need an assessment and estimate from another dentist. However unlikely you can get it back before you need the treatment--first, until they have been in there they won't know what it is they are dealing with. Second you need an assessment you can use in court and I doubt a dentist will give...Read more »
I underwent surgery in 2011, where they forced a breathing tube into my throat damaging my vocal chords. I was told by several doctors to give it time and they would repair themselves. After waiting and no improvement, I went to an ENT in 2017 where they examined my throat and found the right... Read more »
-symptoms were coming every minute or two-I let the ER know I had a tumor in my heart that was dx 25 yrs ago but was asymptomatic-I was almost passing out every episode-the nurse did an EKG it was abnormal but I was not in distress at that point-I told her to wait a minute to do EKG during an... Read more »
Not necessarily but you need to contact a member of the Pa. Assn for Justice who handles medical cases--they give free consultations. Call me at my toll free number and I'll give you the names of some excellent attorneys in the Harrisburg area.
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