There is not enough information here to give you a meaningful response. Speak with a local medical malpractice attorney who will give you a free consultation.
Get your Kaiser records and get them to medical malpractice attorney for a case review. You only have a limited time to bring a claim so don't delay.
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Arbitration is the remedy with Kaiser, but have a local malpractice lawyer order and review your records.
As a few of the other attorneys have mentioned, there really is not enough information in your question to give you a definitive answer. What you will need to do is get a complete copy of your medical records and then have them reviewed by a medical expert, generally this is someone who the attorney can contact on your behalf. If the expert feels like there has been malpractice, and the malpractice practice caused you damages, then you will have a viable medical malpractice case.
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