You need to get a free consult with a plaintiff's medical malpractice attorney in your geographical area. You can search for one using google or you can use attorney search right here on google. You will certainly find many fine options to choose from. Once you find somebody call them and set a time for a consult. Medical malpractice has become very difficult in this country due to all the tort reformers but there are still cases that can be won. If the first person you call won't take your case, keep trying. Best of luck to you.
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You definitely need to talk with a medical malpractice attorney ASAP. Try www.avvo.com
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I'm glad you are feeling better. You would need to retain a local med mal lawyer who would order your medical records and send to an expert to review to ascertain whether there was a breach of the standard of care.
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You should contact in Indiana medical malpractice attorney immediately. Generally, Indiana follows a two year occurrence-based statute of limitations for claims against qualified healthcare providers.
Again,I suggest you contact an attorney of your choice immediately.
Hope this helps.
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