1 year from discovery, or 3 years from date of malpractice. I recommend you seek a second opinion from a different physician and get an assessment of your current medical state/health, so you can determine if an unwarranted procedure was done and what your inability to get pregnant may be attributable to. After you have a medical opinion, then you can determine whether you should consult with an attorney. Best of luck!
It depends on the location where the PI is filming from. If it's on public property, and there is a direct "line of sight" into your apartment then he is likely acting legally. However, if he is filming from private property, and/or a location where you wouldn't expect a person to be (tree, rooftop, etc.) then he may be violating your privacy rights. Best to consult with an attorney in your area to fully explore the facts.
Pursuant to Cal. Code of Civil Procedure section 340.5, you have one (1) year from the date of injury or three (3) years from the date of discovery of the medical negligence cause of action. The determination on the actual date is very nuanced and factually specific. I recommend you contact a healthcare attorney ASAP in order to obtain a consultation and protect any legal remedies you may still have available at this point in time.
Best of luck and Happy New Year,
Kevin C. Murphy
I agree with the other lawyers' answers, you should consult with a medical malpractice attorney but don't feel as though you need to choose one remedy exclusively. You can file a complaint with the Board of Psychology simultaneously as your consulting with med. mal. / personal injury attorneys. Typically, many administrative license cases are settled via Stipulated Settlement Agreements which contain admission reservation clauses limiting the Respondent's admissions to the Board proceedings and...