Do I have a case for medical malpractice?
5 attorney answers
You have not indicated several facts such as your age, medical history and family history that should be considered in fully evaluating your claim. However, generally it is my suspicion that we would spend more in payments to expert cardiology witnesses than we could recover to bring a claim on your behalf. Since all the civil system, by way of a jury, can do for you is to award you financial compensation - it would not make sense to pursue such a claim in the legal system. You can report this provider if you choose to through the Florida Board of Medicine located in Tallahassee. There clearly is no such thing as broken heart system unless the provider is referring to either stress or depression, both of which can impact your cardiac health. I hope that you are off this medication soon and that you fully recover.
Your records can be reviewed to ascertain whether there was a breach of the standard of care. We can't recommend specific lawyers in this forum, but the lawyer finder tool is excellent.
You need to gather your medical records and consult with a medical malpractice attorney. Be mindful that the clock on your claim is running to be within the statute of limitations.
You need to go to a local medical malpractice attorney and let them have your records reviewed. There may be a claim sue the fact that you are now on a medication you never needed and now it's too dangerous for you to stop it.
Possibly. Ecery case is fact specific. This includes pure economics. Good luck.
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