Sorry, no one can decode your abbreviations, so you are not likely to get an accurate answer. I think you are talking about medical malpractice, right? If so, please re-write your questions and put it on the medical malpractice section.
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I'm not sure I understood all those abbreviations, but I understood enough of them to tell you that in order to properly and professionally evaluate your situation, you need to see a first-class medical malpractice attorney. I know a very good one in St. Pete, and if you e-mail me off-line I will give you his name and number. Good luck!
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I changed the practice area from bankruptcy to medical malpractice. I think I understood your question quite clearly and you need a medical malpractice attorney. If I understand you correctly, your wife lost her uterus and that is a serious issue. You may contact me for a medical malpractice attorney that should be able to help you. email@example.com
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I am not sure I understood all of the facts either. In particular it is unclear to me if your baby and wife are okay. We need to know what I juries were suffered in order to help you evaluate a potential claim.
As the others have said, it is difficult to interpret, but the best I can tell is your was in preterm labor and had severe post-op bleeding. If you can add on the conclusion, you might get better answers. What happened? Did she recover after the transfusions? How is your wife doing now? Does she have any permanent injuries, like hysterectomy? How is baby doing? It does sound like she was poorly managed, but what, if any permanent problems does she have. those are questions that a Florida malpractice attorney would need to know to help you.
Sounds like this needs to be evaluated by a med mal attorney and another OB/GYN
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I am sorry your wife went throught this experience. Your matter is ceratinly worthy of further investigation. You should contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney who will consult with you, and thereafter obtain your wife's medical records for review by the appropriate specialists in maternal fetal medicine. Best wishes.
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