You will need to have a lawyer and medical expert surgeon review your records. Some of the facts sound a little odd. Normally it is the anesthesiologist who will confirm an effective nerve block. I don't know what reflex exists in that area of your hand but obtain your records to review the documented description of the procedure.Ask a similar question
When it comes to medical malpractice, the best place to start is to consult with an experienced malpractice attorney immediately if you believe you have a claim. The attorney will request copies of your medical records and speak with experts in the field to determine if you have a claim.
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if the doctor is a private doctor, you have a 1 year statute. However, med mal statututes can get complicated so your best bet is to find med mal lawyers in your area and start making calls. I know there are some very good lawyers in the Orange County area that handle med. malpractice cases. Good luck.Ask a similar question
You have one year from the date of knowledge, not to exceed three years from the date of incident. You should request your medical records and promptly consult a med mal attorneyAsk a similar question
You may have a vaild medical malpractice claim and it may involve more than your suregon, e.g., the anesthesiologist. There is generally a one year statute of limitations but your statute may be shorter depending on the circumstances. You should contact a lawyer practicing in this area immediately to discuss your claim.Ask a similar question
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