I am sorry to read about your son's injuries. If the nurse was negligent in the care and treatment of your son, a case can be brought against her. Most attorneys will condition representation on there being a nurse agency to sue and / or liability insurance for the nurse. You should discuss the case with a California attorney.Ask a similar question
You might well have a valid claim against the nurse and/or if employed by a nursing company that company - depending on the facts of the incident. You need to consult with a California personal injury injury. I will be happy to speak with your without a charge for consultation. Office (818) 700-9990 - or else contact any other personal injury attorney on Avvo.
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You need to be able to show she was negligent and that is why the leg was broken, or that she did it intentionally. If she is just an individual you hired, and not through an agency, she likely has no insurance or assets from which to collect. Did you notify the police or state licensing? Consult with local counsel in your area.Ask a similar question
Dear Poster, I am so sorry this happened to your poor son! If it was accidental, and depending on the facts, I would definitely recommend that you discuss this with an attorney to explore your rights through an initial consultation. The law limits the time you have to bring claims. There are many good accident/injury lawyers on this site, and you should contact several to see which attorneys are the most responsive to you. . If I can be of help, please let me know.
Take care, Rabeh
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Yes you can make a claim against her and her employer if there is one? The question will be whether she was negligent in caring for your child and whether that negligence was a legal or proximate cause of the leg fracture. You will likely need a medical expert to state that her conduct fell below the standard of care in the local medical community for a home health nurse dealing with this type of patient. As this is not something that would not ordinarily occur without someone's negligence, it seems your son may have a good case? You will need to have a guardian ad litem to sue in your son's name. Get an experienced medical malpractice lawyer to review the case for you.
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Yes you can sue her. Contact a personal injury attorney in your area for assistance.
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The SPIRAL femur fracture in a child is one that should cause every doctor to consider and rule out as a sign of child abuse. There are "innocent" spiral femur fractures in children, but this particular type (spiral) raises red flags. While a fifteen year old may not be considered a child for purposes of spiral femur fracture alarm, if said teenager is disabled and has soft or weak bones, the red flag may be raised.
Other femur fractures occur as well, so should abuse be suspected in any child with a femur fracture, an expert medical opinion may be needed to evaluate potential causes or mechanisms of injury.
If a mother suspects her disabled 15 year old son was a victim of abuse by a healthcare provider, said mother should consult with a medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible as there are strict statutes of limitation which could prevent even the best case from being successful should it be filed late.
Fortunately, many of us medical malpractice and personal injury attorneys offer free consultations and take cases on contingency. Thus, there is nothing to fear when calling.
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Yes you can pursue a clam against the nurse and her employer; however, this success of this claim will depend on the facts of how this incident occurred. Because of time limitations you should promptly contact an attorney to discuss more fully.Ask a similar question
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