My son is now 8months old and he has to be re circumsized and he has a birth defect called Hypospadias my question is could I sue his doctor for not only messing his circumcision up but for blowing me off every time I told him bout his condition
In regard to the hypospadias defect that can be corrected at anytime. The failure to diagnose it may be malpractice, but there does not appear to be any damages caused by the failure to diagnose the condition timely. in regard to the circumcision, what is the reason that he needs to be re circumsized?See question
My wife was put on ten mg of an intense pain/ antidepressant pill for fiber Malaga ...she went and picked u her prescription at Walgreens and began taking the meds ...immediately I thought the meds were way too strong as it would knock her out fo...
Yes you do. Contact a lawyer right away.See question
My mother just passed away. She was mis diagnosed in ER at hospital. Correct diagnosis and right meds would have prevented complications. Can I hold this doctor. Accountable 33324 my zip
I am sorry for your loss. In Florida only children under the age of 25 can file a claim for wrongful death as a result of medical malpracticeSee question
Was in an auto accident which I have representation for and getting close to wrapping up most of the issues. While being treated in chiro and phys therapy more pain developed after traction treatments! Was sent to a Orthopedic surgeon they recomme...
Under Florida Law the initial tortfeasor(Person who caused the accident) is responsible for any subsequent Medical Malpractice. Assuming the tortfeasor does not have adequate insurance you can certainly proceed with a Medical Malpractice claim. Make sure you discuss all the issues with your current lawyers, and make sure that the release from the car accident liability carrier specifically reserves the right for you to proceed with the medical malpractice claim.See question
I myself do not have uninsured motorist, but I do live with my sister and her insurance policy has um. is it true that her UM can be used without affecting her premiums?
Not a matter of premiums going up, but whether you are covered under the policy. Have a lawyer who specializes in car accidents review your sisters policySee question
The at fault driver was driving on a revoked license.
There can be if you have uninsured motorist coverage. A less likely scenario, but possible, is that the driver was in the course and scope of his employment at the time of the accident. Contact a lawyer to review your insurance policy and the police report.See question
the other driver is from another country, was driving a rental car-budget/hertz. they are self insured.it is impossible to contact them by phone, and did not responed to email. what can I do.
You are correct. They are impossible to get on the phone. You need to contact the claims center. You may be able to get the right contact information from your own insurance company, or you can call a lawyers office for help.See question
My live in relative was hit by a car and was injured. Neither me nor my vehicle was there. Now the drivers insurance is denying her injury claim and saying that my insurance has to cover it. How can that be right? Will I have to sue the driver...
Welcome to the wonderful world of PIP. Florida is one of the few states that still operates under a No-fault system. Under the No Fault Law, you are responsible for payment of your own medical bills up to $10,000.00. This applies to yourself and resident relatives-regardless of fault, and regardless of whether your car was involved.
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Father in law, had stroke. Ems didn't recognize sent to hospital that doesn't specialize. Took over 90mins to transfer to other hospital. While there developed bed sore. Never notified until 2 hospital transfers him to 3rd hospital that specialize...
You should consult with an attorney that specializes in medical malpractice and strokes. Important to know what kind of stroke he had.
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I was 27and went in for a simple surgery and woke up being told by the doctor that he made a mistake and performed a wrong surgery and that I no longer can become pregnant.
Potentially a lot of money, but in all candor, need a lot more information.
Such as your age, marital status, other children, medical condition for which you had original surgery.See question