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Can I sue a nurse for the cause of my sons cleft lip & palate?

Canada, KY |

When I was about 17 or 18 I was told It might be impossible to have kids. Cuz of my irregular women monthly, and years later I got pregnant and didn't find out I was pregnant until I was 5 months, I had no signs whatsoever I didn't even show. But in march (one month pregnant) I when to this clinic after hours cause I had this worse stomach pain. And she prescribe me septra and was in IV. And the nurse took blood samples. And send it out to a medical lab. And didn't hear nothing after that. Wouldn't they have known I was pregnant?

Attorney Answers 3


  1. They should've tested whether or not you were pregnant yes, but you did not provide enough information for us to adequately advise you mare you claiming the one visit resulting in Septra Rex resulted in your son's injury? If so you may want to consult attorneys who specialize in claims against the drug manufacturer to advise you.

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  2. Your medical records will need to be reviewed by a malpractice lawyer near you to see if you have a viable claim


  3. In order to prove malpractice you must show that the health care provider's actions fell below the standard of care and that it caused the injury. Have your records reviewed by a malpractice attorney to evaluate your claim.

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