Sorry for your wife's condition. I don't know what you mean by "continous loss," but the applicable statute of limitation will not be lengthened to allow for progressively worsening condition if it is related to the same injury or conduct. It is unclear from the information provided in your question whether you have a viable medical malpractice claim. It will be necessary to obtain more facts and review your wife's medical records. Consult a medical malpractice lawyer in your area and review the facts with him or her. You may be able to obtain a free consulation as well as legal services on a contingency fee basis.
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I am unsure of what you mean by "Continuous Loss." There is the "Continuous Treatment" doctrine which extends a Statute of Limitations to the last date of treatment with a doctor for the same conditions which are the subject of the malpractice claim. However, ten years is a rather lengthy period of time. You need to speak with an experienced Medical Malpractice attorney in your area immediately to determine if this malpractice claim is still viable.
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Not sure when gastric bypass surgery took place, but there is a statute of limitations. Best bet is to get a doctor that can help treat her better.
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