Tx children allergy immunology clinic. The nurse gave me the wrong dosage on february 14, 2012. june 4, 2015 I had another severe reaction they claim to not know why. two days prior to that injection. At the same clinic I did food allergen testing that can increase chances of a reaction when combined with other allergens. Under their recommendation I procceeded with the injections june 4, 2015.
Malpractice lawsuits are extremely expensive, and without a serious permanent injury, the costs likely would far exceed a recovery, if any.
Not so fast.. Must show that the Nurse or Dr. in question breached the duty of care to you as a Dr. or medical provider and that this breach directly caused injuries to you. Did it? Are you presently in any sort of pain or injury? Seek to meet with a reputable personal injury lawyer licensed in your state who specializes in medical malpractice cases and see what he/she opines.
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If is unfortunate that you have has bad reactions. The good news is that the reactions have not resulted in significant permanent injuries. That said, under the current legal climate for medical malpractice cases, you my be better served reporting to the state licensing agency as opposed to filing a lawsuit. Medical malpractice lawsuits have quite a bit of processes and may be cost prohibitive under the circumstances.
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