Go ahead and contact your insurance company and let them know what happened. They will let you know how to proceed in your case. In the future you may want to report the accident to your insurance company as soon as you can. Waiting like this "may" cause issues with you and your carrier.
Before you can go forward with a medical malpractice case here in Maryland you are going to have to have another doctor pretty much say that your treating doctor messed up. If your new doctor will go on the record saying that you should have never been prescribed Flecainide in your condition, it helps your case a lot. Contact an attorney in your area for a better assessment.
I agree with the other attorneys who have commented on your question. One more thing, be mindful that you have a certain amount of time before you must bring a medical malpractice claim here in Maryland. In addition, if you have not already done so, begin requesting your medical records from your initial doctor's visit if you can. This can help speed the process up if you do decide to contact an attorney and have them review your situation.
You will have to do this in writing, but many...
You really need to speak with an attorney about this. Because Maryland is a contributory negligence state (if you are responsible for your injuries even 1% you get nothing for your recovery) your attorney has to know as much about the circumstances surrounding your fall as possible. Below is a legal guide I wrote which can help you understand some of the issues present in these types of cases.
Yes you can sue in this type of case. What most people do not understand is that these types of cases can take a long time and cost a lot of money to pursue. Many medical malpractice attorneys will not take cases in which there is no type of permanent harm because of the costs associated with the process. For example, under Maryland law you are going to have to have another medical professional get onboard and say that your first doctor messed up.
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You need to speak with another attorney in your area about this. These DMV hearings are serious, especially when they are due to a DUI. If it is possible, do not go to this hearing by yourself.
Yes you can sue for damages in this case but I think attorney Yolles has put you on the right track regarding some of the things you really have to take into consideration before going forward with your claim, especially the assumption of the risk issue.
I have linked below some information which may help you get a better understanding of these types of claims in Maryland and I wish you the best going forward.