I am not licensed in your state and can give you only general advice. You do not indicate for how long you took the dosage or when you learned of the max dosage. In any case you are now back to where you originally were. Because medical negligence cases are very expensive to litigate - without permanent catastrophic damages you would likely spend more than you could recover even if your claim is a viable one. Find a new doctor and make sure you get good care.
The only way to know for sure is to get copies of your medical and psychological records and bring them to a local personal injury attorney who handles medical malpractice cases. Good luck.
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You may want to consult a local medical malpractice lawyer. This sounds like a difficult case, but a lawyer who reviews your records and talks with you in details will have a better idea about your options. Good luck.
I agree with Ms. Herd. Unless there are significant damages, it may be difficult to find an attorney to take on your case. You always have the option of reporting the doctor to the state board of medical examiners.
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Perhaps, but the losses would need to be larger than the thousands in costs to be worthwhile. Have a local med mal lawyer investigate.
You can discuss with a local medical malpractice attorney, but as the other attorneys have pointed out, these types of cases are very expensive to pursue, and unless there is a permanent injury, the costs of litigation, may outweigh any potential recovery. Having been hired in Clark County, Nevada on other malpractice cases, the malpractice laws are not plaintiff oriented, and you have to have strong case, to get most local attorneys interested in handling. Best of luck to you.
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