You need to consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney ASAP. Although your facts are not clear, a ruptured bladder is probably not a risk of a normal c-section.
There are a lot of unexpected things that can happen during surgery, most of which are not the result of medical negligence. That said, to know what happened in your case you it is best to start by asking the doctors. If you're not satisfied with their answers then speak with a local attorney immediately. Good luck!
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A forum such as this is really very limited when it comes to any attorney being able to give you a substantive response. Medical malpractice cases are expensive to pursue, difficult to prove and highly technical in nature, since you need experts to establish what the standard of care is and that it was breached in some fashion. You need to have a medical malpractice attorney get the files and have them reviewed by a physician to determine if professional negligence occurred and if you have any recourse. Use the Find a Lawyer tab on Avvo to find one in your area. Best of luck to you...
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If you feel you have a case against the doctor you need to contact an attorney that is experienced in medical malpractice cases. These cases are labor intensive and costly so you need to discuss with your attorney to see if economically feasible.
A local malpractice lawyer can order your medical records to investigate. Avvo has a terrific "find a lawyer" tool to find a top-rated Avvo lawyer with a low contingency fee. Good luck.
Yes. Specifically, I think you need a San Antonio plaintiffs' lawyer who is certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A link to the Board's website appears below.
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