I received a work-related injury which caused to have an arthroscopic surgery was told by the first surgeon that I was fine and there's nothing else he can do and I was not given any pain medication for the first week after my first surgery I was told that they had no prescription for me so I... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Your question is complex and raises more than one issue. If you are inquiring from the standpoint of medical practice on the part of the providers, as a starting point, you could reach out to med mal attorneys. Most offer...Read more »
I had been having severe left upper quadrant pain for a few months. and about two weeks ago I was really bent over double with pain on my left upper quadrant. I do not have a car but there was a urgent care center with in walking distance. There at the walk in urgent care the doctor took my blood... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. To evaluate your matter more meaningfully, an attorney would likely want to review your patient file with a medical professional. You could reach out to med mal attorneys, many of whom offer free initial consults. That...Read more »
My nerves were damaged during a limb salvaging surgery to remove a tumor in my pelvis. My surgeon told me it can take up to 2yrs for my nerves to heal. In retrospect his legal liability end in 2yrs. I'm in the process of getting a second opinion from a neurologist. How should I proceed if... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It would be difficult for an attorney to meaningfully answer your question as to how to proceed legally - it is a complex, open-ended question that doesn't lend itself to a simple one or two line recommendation. You...Read more »
A Texas attorney could a answer best but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your sister's ordeal. She could contact an attorney to discuss in more detail, as to the duration and reason for not administering. Attorneys who practice in this area generally offer free initial...Read more »
While asking about financial assistance procedures, I asked if the bill would go to collections before they made a assistance decision. They said just make good faith payments until they decide. Does billing have the authority to halt collections from damaging your credit rating?
As a general matter, hospital billing departments do have authority to call off collection actions. They have final say in choosing to vigorously pursue an account, or write it off and close it. But if they already turned the account over to a collection agency or attorney, the impact on credit...Read more »
I was injured last year on my job after informing my employer that we need electrical pallet jacks to unload our trucks. I was unloading my truck up an incline with a manual pallet jack when I noticed a sharp pain in my naval area along with a small bulge. I immediately notified the company of my... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with the relentless pain you are enduring. Unfortunately, the fact that medical treatments do not succeed in ending it does not necessarily mean that this state of affairs is attributable to medical malpractice on the part of a physician or hospital. You have a...Read more »
When I contacted the office her assistant told me the doctor has told her to "ignore" all requests for a refill from pharmacies. I have sent two texts and called twice. I am out of my meds at this point, all for hard to treat depression. I have been trying to get refills for two weeks.
This is a question best handled by a Texas attorney, but you await a response for four weeks. I'm sorry for your difficult situation. If the doctor is refusing to refill based on a medical reasoning in support of your best interests, that could provide them with justification. If they do not...Read more »
The cardiologist examined my mom and said she was fine. My mom was 76 years old. She was also still employed. My mom had knee surgery a few weeks later. Approximately 5 weeks later she died of a heart attack. We were told that her heart attack was caused by almost completely blocked arteries.... Read more »
I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. It would be difficult for an attorney to answer your question based on a few brief lines, despite the fact that you concisely and clearly explained the fundamental basis of the claim you contemplate. As a starting point, you could contact a Texas...Read more »
to surgery and WC insurance does not want to cover surgery because they took responsibility for a slap tear but not the AC injury, according to them, it is age related, my Dr knew this and still did surgery on that area and now I am left worse than before surgery with constant pain and lump on my... Read more »
To answer your question, a Texas med mal attorney would probably want to review your medical history and surgical records with a medical professional knowledgeable in orthopedic surgery. I would anticipate that the defense would present evidence to a jury that went to the element of the...Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. It's possible it could be. But an attorney would not be able to offer you a meaningful response based on the brief facts here, as thoroughly as you have outlined the timeline. If you are contemplating an action based on failure to diagnose or other med mal...Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal here, both in terms of your catastrophic injury and the treatment-related issues that followed. Your question has not been picked up for four weeks. You don't need anyone to tell you that you should speak with a workers' comp attorney on these issues; you...Read more »
I had a multilevel fusion October 2015 from a work related injury which eventually resulted in failed back surgery, radiculopathy, neuropathy, and drop foot. I changed primary physician in 2017 due to my lack of treatment for my pain issues and he kept telling me that I couldn’t NOT return to... Read more »
These are things you would need to discuss in depth with a Texas attorney, but your post remains open for two weeks. The frustration you express is understandable, but in terms of demonstrating that the physicians and other personnel here acted with the intent to delay your claim to undermine its...Read more »
and how can a doctor get a death certificate and he did not sign for it. also, the doctor does not want to meet with me or talk to me and my mother was mentally ill so I feel she was not in her right mind.
'Sorry that your question remains open for four weeks. At this point, it might make more sense to contact someone directly, either a Texas attorney who deals with life insurance claims litigation, or a knowledgeable licensed insurance professional in Texas who underwrites life insurance...Read more »
I went 9 mths believing these specialist to find out i was dying of stage 4 cancer and a tumor under my arm and now i lost my arm. The doctor told me if i would of came there nine mths sooner they could saved me a lot of pain and suffering.
my son had ear tubes put in 2011 but continued to have recurrent ear infections with ruptured eardrum again since 2013. He was treated over and over with antibiotics and has recently been diagnosed with mastoiditis, cholesteatoma, and a fungal infection that no medication is resolving for the past... Read more »
The best way to evaluate the matter could be to set up a consultation with a Texas med mal attorney. It could come down to a matter of being able to demonstrate with medical evidence the extent of damages incurred as a failure to make such referral(s), if that was the case. Good luck
She was discharged to my husband, 61 and had a heart attack and is unemployed and me 63 on medical disability. Needs total assistance with all ADL's. No discharge summary no Plan of care. We were financial unable to cover the cost of the nursing home. She has outlived her money to pay. Between... Read more »
It appears that the nursing home would have done better to advise you to apply for Medicaid. Although Texas is one of 13 states with an income cap ($2,313 in 2019), under federal law an applicant can still qualify by establishing a Qualified Income Trust a/k/a a Miller Trust. This is basically a...Read more »
Back in November of 2019, I injured my knee stepping off of a bus at work, I started a workmans comp claim the following day. My first MRI showed a tear in my miniscus, and I was recommended physical therapy. I went for about 2 months, a few times a week. During the harder weeks of therapy, I had... Read more »
If the Carrier is denying the tear to your knee and possible subsequent re-tear, my advice would be to contact a qualified workers' comp attorney. This matter will most likely need to go to the administrative hearing level to force the Carrier to accept your injury.
Letter provided for housing purposes in the state of Texas. Letter is simply stating this person has a disability and would benefit from an ESA. Later the animal causes injury (either personal or property). Secondarily, does length of provider patient relationship play a role in your answer?
I am sorry to hear about your injury. If you suffered an injury in an incident recently, and that injury was really an aggravation of a prior injury, you are still entitled to bring a claim for that aggravation. I would have to know more facts to give you advice specific to your situation. Please...Read more »
My injury happened at a hospital. I was left unattended and blacked out and hit my head.i never received medical attention due to the fact I have no insurance and no money.this happened almost a year ago.how would I proceed in making a claim ?
I am very sorry to hear about what happened to you. Assuming this happened in Texas, you would have up to two years from the date of the incident to bring a negligence claim against the hospital or responsible medical care providers. You should know that these cases can be very complicated....Read more »
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