If you believe the symptoms you are describing are the result of someone's or some entity's direct or indirect negligence and/or malpractice (that is, if you believe someone and/or entity is liable for your described symptoms), you may have a possible case. You should consult with a local attorney immediately! Good luck.Ask a similar question
I am very sorry to hear about your pain and the obvious impact on your life. There are two questions that need to be answered: first, did the phlebotomist fail to conform to the standard of care in performing the blood draw and, second, did that failure result in the injuries you have described. These questions can only be answered with a review of medical records and consultation with a qualified expert. I would encourage you to seek legal counsel who could assist you in investigating whether you have a cause of action.Ask a similar question
This unfortunate situation really should be reviewed by a medical malpractice attorney who can review the records and advise you with all of the information at hand. Best of luck to you.Ask a similar question
Unless the person who took your blood breached the standard of care, you would be out of luck. The only way to know if there was malpractice is to retain a local med mal lawyer who can order the medical records and send them to an expert to review to ascertain whether there was a breach of the standard of care. I’m sorry, but my firm only handles birth injury cases, failure to diagnose cancer cases, and wrong site surgery cases.
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