The doctor I am seeing is board certified anesthesiologist, he made a call to another doctor to call a lawyer for us.
Sounds like a good sign for your case. Good luck.
I was just about to strike the first key, an "S", which would have commenced my comment directed to your attention, tongue planted a bit more squarely than intended in my cheek, when I momentarily glanced up and saw the words, "The doctor I am seeing is [a] board certified anesthesiologist..."
Immediately thereafter I fell out of my chair, using only my skull to block the fall.
I am, apparently, wrong somewhere in the neighborhood of six to seven hundred times a day. LOL.
Have a good day. My intention is to walk around in a stupor for the most part. Florida is a ....how to say this in just the right way? Let's do this...Florida formerly was a very difficult state within which one might file a medical malpractice action, with any reasonable expectation,..., maybe any expectation of winning is mathematically more accurate.
Under the new and "improved" version of the primary controlling statute, and a few ancillary statutory and procedural enhancements, from the perspective of a doctor, hospital, etc., one's odds are excellent - odds that you will spend an exorbitant amount of money, that is. LOL. Winning at trial, although in greater part than anything fact driven and fact driven alone, is a one in a hundred or worse shot.
I enjoy your commentary. Any ruminations on the state of med mal with which you are contending to share?
Very best regards,
My apologies, trying to throw on my tie, while typing with one finger. The comment which I was about to author would have been, "Something tells me that the doctor is definitely not......".
Beyond that, I refer you to my former comments. LOL.