We don't know a lot of the facts we need to know in order to answer a question as to whether there is a valid feasible claim. The only way to know is to consult with an attorney in yourjurisdiction to review more details.
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Answered in another post. Again, sorry for your loss.
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Yes, but the facts must be on your side to do so. Consult with an experienced malpractice attorney in your area. They will be able to tell you if you have a claim that should be reviewed by the appropriate medical expert.
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