It would be necessary to review medical records to be sure. But what do you think was done wrong? What preceded the original infection? Cases involving infection tend to be very difficult. A medical malpractice case involves unreasonable medical care which causes a significant injury that would not have occurred otherwise.
Proving medical negligence is not easy. Your records would need to be reviewed by a medical specialist who would need to conclude that the standard of care was violated and that this violation caused you injury. If your care was provided by an emergency doctor, the proof of negligence is higher than other areas of medicine. You would need to prove the negligence by a "clear and convincing" standard.
I agree with the other attorneys. Keep in mind that there are sometimes unfortunate risks associated with surgery and recovery. Good luck.
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