Yes. However, you have time issues if you want to sue a government agency.
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More information is needed.
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Sorry to hear. Who drew the blood and for what purpose.
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You will need to provide specifics. Who drew the blood? Has a medical profesional told you that the blood draw is responsible for your current ailment? Has a medical professional told you that the person who drew your blood did something wrong?
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Has any doctor told you that the problems that you are having are the result of having your blood drawn. If not, what makes you think that it is? Have you been to a doctor to address these problems?
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More information is needed. However the normal blood draw is at a hospital. You need to speak to a PI attorney ASAP. There may be immunity issues and agency issues involved.