Without any real damages, the cost to retain experts--lab experts, nursing experts-- will likely far exceed the amount of any recovery.
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What everyone has posted is true in that sometimes in these cases it's difficult to show ways in which you've been harmed that justify the expenses of a lawsuit. That being said, you should contact one of us that practices in this area and at least discuss the specifics of your case so that an attorney can help you make an informed decision. Good luck.
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Probably not, because you have no economic loss, and thus have no damages as a result of the misdiagnosis. Further, since there is no "impact" Georgia law does not afford you the right to recover for solely emotional damages.
Talk to a lawyer anyway, though. Consultations for these types of cases are usually free, and maybe some facts are missing that could make for a recovery for you.
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