You may well have suit for malpractice depending in what your damages. That would be very difficult to determine online, so you should seek a consultation with a malpractice attorney.
You should seek the assistance of a local medical malpractice attorney. You may have a medical malpractice claim. However, it is necessary that you retrieve your medical records from the hospital, as well as, any other medical records from physicians, with whom you have treated regarding this issue. These cases can be very complicated and it will be necessary that a expert physician review your records on an attorney's behalf.
Your medical history is most unfortunate. You should focus on two issues:1. Make sure you are currently being treated by quality healthcare professionals;2. When you are well enough, arrange to meet with a medical malpractice attorney to review your medical history.
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Take care of yourself medically and ask the new treating physician if he or she thinks that your last doctor committed malpractice. They may not want to comment the issue of malpractice, but it is worth asking. Regardless of the new doctor's response, you should consult an experienced attorney at once your medical condition improves. Good luck and I hope you have a speedy recovery.
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