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Family friend went in hospital 1 (a new one, getting a bad rep for 'missing' common life-threatening emergencies - no staff avail for stroke and heart attack, 2 recent cases.) They treated her three weeks for infection, near death they helicoptered her to a major teaching hospital where the doctor started a long (90 days+) process including a dozen small surgeries and as many as 6 simul. IV's. I witnessed 30 days near the end of this and saw some gross oversights in care and pulled her out of "IC PSYCHOSIS". At that time I was following up online and saw USC MED site on pancreatitis and detail of good treatment (grafts, not French drains.) Site detailed consequences of not 1:1 (long stay, auto-digestion....) She's lucky to be alive ... has little memory ... husband not very supportivNeed medically trained attorney familiar with pancreatitis cases who will recognize what I am saying. Client finances mandate zero out of pocket and therefore a definite 1-2-3 triage plan - not rule of thumb. You can do that based on public statistics up to the point of med records / consult. They are reluctant to sue for local reputation and continued care - where I come in. Need a strong answer - so far universal boilerplate - not inspiring confidence ... To be specific we need to be on the same page and triage to see if there is a case - I've got that much understanding. Now what can you tell me in specific that I can take to them and say, "see - this is how we can do it." I'm going to have to help them that much or it won't happen. Further research (MedicalMalpractice.com) shows something obvious in what I delineated that an appropriate attorney will see at a glance as a high probability of a good case = based on standard of care alone, per the public USC MED site. Help with that?
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