It sure sounds like you may have a claim. However, even if you and I both thnk you have a claim, it won't matter unless there is a credible medical expert who agrees. This is not something you can handle your self. You need to contact a local lawyer who handles medical negligence claims and you need to do it now. Do not respond to the claims adjuster, let your lawyer do that. Contact the lawyer not later than tomorrow.
Best of luck!
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You can, but this will be a challenging case for a lawyer to handle on a contingency-fee basis. You can always file a complaint with the Washington State Department of Health, which licenses Physician Assistants in your state.
Fortunately you and your baby are alright. You can file a suit but you description suggests that you have very little injury. This makes it difficult to pursue a case because of the cost to hire the required experts. Nevertheless check with a med malpractice lawyer to review all the facts.
In order to sue for pain and suffering, you will need a lawyer to represent you. You should consult with a medical malpractice lawyer and find out your options.
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