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Sandra S. Neuman

Warrendale Medical Malpractice Attorney.

Contributor Level 6
  1. My car ins. had laspsed, no health ins. Not my fault rear end accident. At fault drivers ins. company estimated $300 proprty dam

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Nima Taradji
    2. Leigh R. Bodner
    3. Sandra S. Neuman
    3 lawyer answers

    I am only licensed in PA, so I cannot help you, but I would suggest you contact another attorney to review your case.

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  2. Do I have a malpractice case here?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Christian K. Lassen II
    2. Jordan Lee Margolis
    3. Robert Daniel Kelly
    4. Sandra S. Neuman
    4 lawyer answers

    You likely have a claim and should speak to an experienced medical malpractice lawyer in your area. With ectopic pregnancies, the goal is obviously to avoid a rupture. The fact that you went to the ER three times strengthens liability. However, as in all medical malpractice cases, you must have significant damages to proceed to filing a lawsuit. The loss of one tube is unfortunate but the defense would say you still have the ability to conceive. The hurdle you may have in your case is not...

  3. Is there a statute of limitations in regards to medical malpractice?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Christian K. Lassen II
    2. Michael Scott Rothrock
    3. Robert Daniel Kelly
    4. Sandra S. Neuman
    4 lawyer answers

    Every state has statutes setting specific times within which lawsuits have to be filed. In Kansas, medical malpractice cases have to be filed 2 years FROM THE DATE OF THE DISCOVERY of the malpractice. If you have known about the malpractice longer than 2 years, you will probably be unable to pursue a claim.

  4. 71 y/o patient-one side of face is drooping and can't talk--goes to hospital within minutes.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Joseph Jonathan Brophy
    2. Steven Irwin Milligram
    3. Robert Daniel Kelly
    4. Sandra S. Neuman
    4 lawyer answers

    The information you provided does seem to suggest that the ER doctor should have considered stoke in her/his differential diagnosis and ruled it out. Most hospitals have stoke prevention and stroke treatment protocols designed to save lives and limit long-term damage. My suggestion would be to contact an experienced medial malpractice attorney in the geographic area where this occurred to ask for a consultation. A review of the medical records is necessary to determine if the ER doctor's...

  5. I had part of my colon removed suposed to be @3 day stay stayed 34 with very serious complications can i file?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Elmer H. Young III
    2. Ralph Edward Hughes
    3. Sandra S. Neuman
    4. Nima Taradji
    5. Joseph Jonathan Brophy
    5 lawyer answers

    It sounds like something went wrong during your stay in the hospital but in order to give you any type of accurate response we would have to get a detailed medical history and your complete medical records. Unfortunately, infections and bad results are a common part of even good medical care. A proper legal opinion can only be given after a complete collection and review of your actual medical records. Most medical malpractice attorneys including our firm will not charge you for a...