Many states have a rule that says a plaintiff cannot sue for "wrongful pregnancy" or "wrongful birth." So it is difficult in those states to bring a claim wherein you argue that a doctor botched a hysterectomy and your injury is that you became pregnant. The justification for these rules is that the law doesn't wish to "discourage" the creation of life.
I am not licensed in CA so I do not know how your state treats this issue. I recommend that you speak to a local medical negligence lawyer and find out how California deals with it. Hurry. The CA statute of limitations is just 1 year. After the deadline passes, your claim is forever waived!
The law in most states will not allow a suit for a "wrongful pregnancy" that results from a failed tubal ligation. Consult with a medical malpractice attorney in your area.
I think you may have a case of malpractice. Do not wait to call someone, as you may have only 1 year or less from the date you discovered your "injury," to bring your law suit.
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