That wasn't a long story short. It was the same question you asked before, much longer, and you received several answers - primarily, see a qualified lawyer who handles primarily medical malpractice cases. It does not matter how much more you post, the answer is still the same. You need to do the leg work to contact lawyers, rather than asking for solicitations here or anywhere else from lawyers who, in many cases, are not qualified to handle a case like yours.
A very odd set of circumstances. First you should be happy that she is doing well. Second, you would have to prove that there was something about her symptoms which should have caused them to suspect that this was a foreign object. Unfortunately, often parents know that something is wrong with their child when the doctor does not. It is frustrating to know instinctively that you are right and the doctor is missing something. It is worth checking out. Speak with a local medical malpractice attorney, maybe the doctor missed something obvious.
The good news is your daughter seems to be doing well. Do you have a case...maybe. While liability appears to be there based on your question, but if there are no permanent damages ( which I hope is your situation), malpractice cases are very expensive to pursue, getting someone to pursue your case might be difficult, because the damages need to be permanent to justify the substantial expenses in these cases. Discuss with a local malpractice attorney.
See my answer to your other post. Find an attorney!!!
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