I'm very sorry to hear about your loss and I understand that you have been grieving for a long time. You should be aware that the statute of limitations for your case is likely 2 years, however you should speak to a medical malpractice attorney immediately. There are pre-suit requirements that cause us to need extra time in a medical malpractice case. We have to review all of the records and also have a review by a medical professional who must provide an affidavit that describes the breaches of medical care. I would advise contacting an attorney as soon as you can as the records can take time to compile.
I'm sorry for your loss. The facts as you describe them certainly warrant further investigation. You should immediately contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney. He/she will obtain your husband's medical records and have them reviewed by the appropriate specialists. You need to move quickly because as has been mentioned, there are time limitations that apply.
A local med mal lawyer would need to order his medical records and send to an expert to review to ascertain whether there was a breach of the standard of care.
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I think you should consider a lawsuit. Statute of limitations will expire two years from the date of your husband's death, so it is important to act quickly.
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