Contact a personal injury attorney ASAP. The consultation will be free; and if he takes the case, the fee will not be owed unless he gets you money.
As for the pregnancy, see your doctor to confirm the test. False positives are always possible.Ask a similar question
I have had a few cases where this happened to clients, for all of them the x-rays ended up not causing any issues, but you have a right to be concerned, You should contact an attorney to help you assess your rights. That attorney will sign you up as a client, and then watch over your medical care and treatment, and help protect your rights. There will be no cost to you for this representation.,
Each case is fact senstive, so all answers should be viewed as general advice only, and should never replace a thorough and in depth consultation with an experienced attorney. Further, an answer should not be seen as establishing an attorney-client relationship.Ask a similar question
Bottom line is you need a top-rated Philadelphia lawyer with a low contingency fee, less than 30%, so you don't get hurt twice.Ask a similar question
Often in cases where a injured woman is pregnant you may be able to obtain treatment. However any further testing (mris) etc has to wait until after delivery. If you continue to have pain make sure to tell all of your doctors so it is documented and you can get care later on. My firm is located in Camden County feel free to call and discuss further. 856-577-9138Ask a similar question
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