The only way to know is to consult an experienced medical malpractice attoreny in your area for a consultation to see if your have a claim. Good luck!
I am not licensed to practice law in your state. However, your health should always come first. This means that you should consult with another healthcare provider to obtain an appropriate diagnosis and treatment. You will have time to consult with a medical neglience lawyer in your state after making sure that you have done all you can to obtain appropriate care.
You should contact an experienced local medical malpractice attorney in your area in order to review your case. You will need to be able to prove via a medical expert, that the medical providers you wish to sue, fell below the standard of care in your local medical community. It is too difficult to make this call with the limited information you have provided?
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The answers you received are sound. You should consult with a local medical malpractice attorney regarding the care you received from the psychiatric nurse practitioner. Let me add just one more possibility to consider: Perhaps you have a claim against the manufacturer of this medication. (I don't recognize its name myself.) When you consult with an attorney, you should also discuss that possibility.
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