Sir, I STRONGLY disagree with your interpretation: First and foremost, I do not want a dime from this doctor. All I wanted was to be treated. and I wasnt. You think when I get a bill from the services, I will not have to pay for services not rendered? hardly! Today, Im still not better, Im still in pain, i still have blood in Urine. And i know if i go back to that ER, ill have yet, ANOTHER ER bill sent to me. The doctor ( during our heated conversation) standing at the open door to the room im in stated, "Yes, i know you were seen here and treated 4 times in October!!!!", where as it was "twice"..Humiliating me as though Ive been there many times for pain meds when BOTH TIMES last month I refused the hard narcotics they wanted to give me!!! Forget about the damages that "could have been", let me focus on the fact, they failed to treat me thus, i havent gotten better, not worse, but not better! the stress of wondering if the benadryl will counteract the Tylenol they gave me. DO YOU HAVE ANY CLUE what scare that gave me?..The fact the doc wrote me a prescript for Vicodin but felt he would show me who's boss by taking that prescript away and not providing a substitute.. leaving a person in pain and not treating them is not damage enough? maybe not/ maybe so, negligence? ABSOLUTELY!!!