I had scoliosis surgery last year and was recruited and promised by a med device company in San Diego that I would be safe. I am crippled and wheelchair bound. With these records I may have a substantial med malpractice case. They are reckless and have injured 1,000's of patients. I have proof, but they will not release my OR records, even to the hospital.
If your claim is meritorious, then a malpractice attorney is likely to accept your case on a contingency fee basis which means no up front costs to you. Use the “Find a Lawyer” tab on this site to locate excellent candidates for your consideration. Best of luck.
Really? The hospital does not have the records ?
See you local health authorities that supervise hospitals
Your best option may be to go to litigation where you can force the other side to release your medical records. To do that, though, you should find an attorney with experience in medical malpractice cases.
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