I visited every day and not once ever saw a plate in her room. My sister in law was visiting one day, lunch was being delivered to my mom's room, the nurse stopped the delivery lady and stated "don't bring that in there. She don't eat." Radiology was supposed to do a... Read more »
answered on Oct 13, 2022
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. One option is to reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult, which is a standard courtesy with these types of cases. If a law firm felt that you... Read more »
Actual Cause although mentioned by ER Doctor 5 times, n g tube looped in distal esophagus, tip terminated, coiled in hiatel hernia above diaphragm blocking airway, my family was told septic shock and bowel perforation killed my mother. I feel this has been criminally mishandled.
answered on Jun 18, 2022
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. Condolences to you and your family. Yes, you could possibly have a path forward, but no one here could say for certain until the records are reviewed by medical... Read more »
I want to make sure that no relative has the opportunity to file a wrongful death or other types of lawsuits on my behalf if I've died. Instead, if applicable, I want to leave that sole right and opportunity to my partner, to whom I'm not married.
answered on Sep 2, 2022
You need to speak to an estate planning attorney to discuss whether or not what you desire can happen. Good luck.
Do I still need an expert opinion when it is proven a rubber tube was left in my Mothers throat, Obviously by nursing home who has no record of procedure, obviously to hide the truth, momma's facial expression of eyes and mouth open is text book suffocation/asphyxiation. Has burden of proof... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2022
Yes you ALWAYS need an expert in med mal and you need a pulmonologist
I want this man to be brought to justice! I am seeking any and all advice and info on where, who, and/or what all I can and should do! What my options are and what other actions I could do legally through other types of departments, organizations, platforms, anything...
answered on Nov 20, 2021
File a criminal complaint if this psycho shot a deadly weapon through your fence. Then file a civil suit against him with the justice of the peace for vet bills, the price you paid to buy, license, vaccinate, groom, bathe, and feed the dog every year. In other words attach a spread sheet.
When she was released she wasn't suctioned properly and Conti ued to be admitted and released . She asphyxiated on the trache in 2019. Can I sue for wrongful death?
answered on Jun 30, 2021
Get a consultation with a medical malpractice attorney. But they will want to see the medical records to evaluate the case.
if I have no power of attorney or medical? The events leading to hospitalization and reason/explanation of his condition was not ever explained to me.. basically I was dismissed in my questioning of medical.staff to try and understand what happened for him to have passed so quickly. I also have... Read more »
answered on Jan 30, 2021
You can either file a criminal complaint or hire a medical malpractice attorney.
My father had no reason to spend any dollar that was awarded for his children due to our mother's death yet he spent every dollar and the lawyer allowed him
answered on Oct 18, 2020
Don't know what the question is. You can't sue him because it is spent.
Water Bill Utility Autopayment Overdraft That Somone Else Set Up - Charged With [Issuing Bad Checks]
answered on Aug 20, 2020
You need to hire an attorney to get the warrant recalled.
Mom’s medical records, were accessible, via-the-online-patient-portal, at the facility, where she passed away, but, 2 hours after her death, the hospital “deactivated” her “online-patient portal account,” preventing, any further access, to all of her pending, & past, tests results.... Read more »
answered on May 16, 2020
Contact the Records dept at each hospital
But my guess is you will have to open a succession or file a med mal suit to get them.
As an informer on the death certificate and also the deceased person sister that raising her 10yr old, Can I received portions of the settlement? She has a husband a 1 other minor kid and 2 adult kids.
answered on Feb 11, 2020
Her 4 children evenly divide her estate. If you are the guardian with custody of 1 of the 4 children, you can seek to be the
tutor of 1/4 of her estate.
My mom's mid section was as if a ball was under her gown. She was complaining of a pain in that area. In say 2 hospitals and nursing facility all ignored her pain and neglected my mother till tragically her stomach split open, her eyes stayed wide open as though the moment overwhelmed her and... Read more »
Louisiana Vital Records require a court ordered Judgment of Paternity to amend / add a father. My father has been deceased since April 1991 and it is now Nov 2019. Is there peremption period that could cause my case to be dismissed?
My father legitimated and became my presumed father. I... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2019
Filiation and paternity are the same thing. If you were acknowledged or legitimated, your attorney should be able to obtain a Judgment of Paternity and ordering Vital Records to add his name to your birth certificate. However, how could this matter 28 years after his death?
Electronically signed dates are like the next day. Then one op note was added like a month later.
One part says he was taken to recovery doing well without problems then it’s the same papers but it says death. But they say he died i the catch lab.
He was givin too much... Read more »
answered on Oct 24, 2019
These are questions which cannot be answered without further review of the records either by an attorney or another physician. Blank pages and late signings are not unusual practices in and of themselves to warrant suspicion. Please keep in mind that you only have one year from the date of the... Read more »
The non adopted stepchild has been reported to state authorities for neglect, exploitation of my elder family member whom died with the case still open. Death was 3 months ago. We the family a still waiting on answers from EPS, but afraid this stepchild has not only contributed to his death, but... Read more »
answered on Sep 9, 2019
These wrongs have remedies but you need to hire an attorney without delay to pursue them. Yes, as far as the bank is concerned the stepchild can drain the account. But a court can stop that. You must act quickly.
I sent a question early this morning & was asked where the hit & run took place. It was Rayne, LA. I can't get anyone in that parish to release any info to me. He is not listed as an inmate, yet I can't even get the name of his insurance or his toxicology report. I'm disabled... Read more »
answered on Jun 14, 2019
I am sorry for your loss. If we have your husband’s name and the responding law enforcement agency, we can get a copy of the police report to utilize to file a claim with the responsible party’s insurance company to hold them accountable.
He was on a bicycle. The driver fled, but was arrested later that day. Can I sue his insurance for burial fees & pain & suffering? This was in Louisiana, on May 17,2019.
answered on Jun 14, 2019
So sorry for your loss. As a cyclist myself I am concerned. I’ve worked with attorneys there on serious accidents. What city did this occur? I may be able to direct you. You should be able to get payments from his insurance.
answered on Mar 13, 2019
Yes, the police will take a blood sample from all drivers involved as part of their investigation. My condolences on your loss.
answered on Mar 13, 2019
Yes, the police will perform a blood analysis on all drivers involved.
Fire department attired first the police then ems. With the epipen he would still be with us
answered on Oct 2, 2018
I suggest you consult a member of the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Assn in the Parrish where it happened. They give free consults.
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