I am so sorry to hear that you are going throughl. It certainly sounds like it could be a case of medical malpratice. I would recommend contacting a medical malpractice attorney to evaluate your potential claim. Rebecca Thomas, Esq.See question
Hello. I am a medical malpractice attorney in Massachusetts. First, I am so sorry to hear about this incident. Second, while typically, a medical malpractice case would require significant injuries to justify prosecution, in certain cases (such as med errors) the carriers are more willing to resolve the matter without filing a lawsuit. I would sugget contacting a MA med mal attorney to discuss further.See question
It certainly may rise to the level of medical malpractice. There is alot of factors that need to be considered so I could recommend reaching out to an experienced medical malpractice attorney for further evaluation.See question
In my experience handling these type of cases, yes. You should contact an attorney for further evaluation.See question
In my experience, yes. You should consult with a medical malpractice attorney to discuss further.See question
You may want to continue your search for an attorney if the death certificate, autopsy or any medical records indicate that your father's death was due to administration of in improper medication or amount of medication. The most important thing is what the death certificate (or autopsy if one was performed) says was the cause of death. I would suggest contacting a few more attorneys.See question
First and most importantly, is to get your injuries treated. It may be potential conflict to treat with your PCP who is also the landlord. Given that it is a weekend and a holiday, should you need immediate treatment, consider going to the emergency room or an urgent care.
Second, it may be helpful to take photographs of the loose rug and any body parts with visible injuries like bruises or scraps.
Third, I would leave your landlord a detailed voice message on his phone and send him/her an email reporting the incident to him.
Fourth, if the loose rug is in a common area where other tenants may be injured, if you are physically able, you may want to consider blocking that area off or taping the rug down to prevent others from falling.
Finally, once you have sought medical treatment and reported the incident to the landlord, you should contact an experienced attorney for further direction and possible representation.See question
In my experience, it appears that you might have a claim. I would contact an attorney in Massachusetts to get more information and possible representation..See question
I would definitely reach out to a MA medical malpractice attorney to discuss your potential claim in more detail.See question
I would definitely contact an attorney to discuss your potential claim.See question