The bunion and pain is gone, but I have to readjust my toe in my shoe to have a good balance. Is this a case of malpractice?
Medical malpractice is predicated on substantial , often catastrophic damages to justify the onerous expense and risk of prosecuting such a claim. I’m not sure if a misaligned great toe will be sufficient. But to be sure, gather your medical records and consult local counsel for further clarity.
Without a serious permanent injury, the costs could far exceed a recovery
Are you asking whether the outcome is the result of malpractice? There’s no way to tell without a review of the medical records
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