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Chris Matthew Limberopoulos

Chris Limberopoulos’s Answers

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  • Is it illegal for someone to remove their parent from life support without power of attorney without notifying the other sibling

    My brother was told that there was nothing more the hospital could do for our father and without even calling me or our sister (that live 9 hours away) he removed our father from life support and let him die before we even knew what was going on. ...

    Chris’s Answer

    I agree with the other attorneys, while it was callous of your sibling to "remove" your father from life support without first contacting you or your sister, it would need to be discovered if your father had any medical/legal documents that you were unaware of.

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  • How should handle a case of legal malpractice?

    My wife and I went to a lawyer to get a name change for our son. After we paid him it was hard for us to get a hold of him and when we did he kept saying he was waiting on the court system. It's been nine months and I can't reach him at all and I ...

    Chris’s Answer

    I concur, you should contact the bar association in MS. They would be able to tell you the proper steps to take in order to file your claim.

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  • Can I sue doctors office for failing to vaccinate daughter?

    Daughters Doctor failed to vaccinate her for chicken pox at 12 months. She is 22 months and now has the chicken pox. Called Doctor to ask why she didn't get them she apologized profusely and said it was her fault and had no excuse and told me the ...

    Chris’s Answer

    You might have a lawsuit, but is it really worth it?
    Talk to a local lawyer and weigh your options carefully.

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  • Do I have grounds to sue for medical negligence or malpractice?

    My name is Cherée my dear Mother recently (7/28/15) passed away from pancreatic cancer. She had been a patient at UCSF for many years, had numerous office visits, emails & phone calls (some of which I was present) she had been complaining of abd...

    Chris’s Answer

    It is hard to say of you have an actionable malpractice claim.
    Let a trained eye take a look at your case.
    Please hire a local lawyer to review your legal claim.

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  • Do i have a case ?

    I have a rare form of epilepsy so i went with a device in my neck to send electrical pulses to my brain. I have had brain surgery twice and did not find out that people with past brain surgeries should not get this device. When i put the magnet to...

    Chris’s Answer

    I cannot tell from your narrative if you have a case.
    I hope you take the time to seek out local counsel to consult with.
    I wish you the best.

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  • Can I sue my doctor for leaving piece of placenta/the after birth in me?

    I delivered my daughter on October 19, 2015. After she was delivered I specifically remember my doctor say "there is still piece of placenta left I can't get it" I'm assuming she just said forget it and left it in there because 4 weeks later a big...

    Chris’s Answer

    In most cases not.
    Now, if you developed an infection which should have been diagnosed, you may have a case.

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  • Do I have any law case because if the doctor had done the MRI he may have seen I didn't have a tear and didn't need surgery

    A doctor told me I had a meniscus tear. He didn't perform a MRI. He simply performed a physical exam. After 2 visits he scheduled and performed orthoscotpic surgery. Afterwards he showed me pictures of my knee and stated my meniscus was fine. He s...

    Chris’s Answer

    You will need to prove your complications are the result of the failure to make the correct diagnosis and render the proper treatment.
    Please consult with a local lawyer.

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  • Do I possibly have a malpractice case

    Received radiation in 2014 for a brain tumor. It was administered by a procedure called Radio surgery. The radiation caused radiation necrosis which took my vision and now I am slowly losing my hearing and have had 3 brain surgeries in 3015

    Chris’s Answer

    You may have very well suffered from a known risk of this procedure.
    Have your records reviewed by a malpractice lawyer.

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  • Need a pro-bono appellate attorney to file a 3.850

    Need a pro-bono appellate attorney to file a 3.850

    Chris’s Answer

    You need to call the Florida Bar Legal referral program or your local legal aid agency.

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  • Attorney malpractice question. How to get reimbursed for money paid to attorney who didn't do what he said he would do?

    How would a person get money back from a lawyer who took a divorce case and didn't do what he claimed he was doing? (We hired a second lawyer who confirmed the work hadn't been done and finished up the case.) The original lawyer was just suspended...

    Chris’s Answer

    Your second lawyer should be able to handle this for you.
    Have you talked to your new lawyers about your desire to be reimbursed?

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