The only way to know if you have a malpractice case is to retain a local med mal lawyer who will order all the medical records and bills and send to an expert to review to ascertain whether there was a breach of the standard of care.
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I practice in CT, and not in LA; but please contact a top-notch medical malpractice attorney and get their opinion, as time is very important on all these matters.
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Anyone can file a lawsuit. The question is can you prove medical negligence. Contact a lawyer that handles Medical Malpractice cases to have your potential case reviewed. Good luck. I hope your child is doing well.
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