I am not a Dr., so I cannot tell you whether or not these drugs interacted in such a way to cause your symptoms. It sounds as if you have a very complicated medical prognosis and the interactions for these drugs and your conditions are likely very complicated. If you are receiving his medications at a single pharmacy, there may be some culpability for them if they knew or should have known that these drugs interacted. Oftentimes, the pharmacist is the last chance patience have to have dangerous drug interactions prevented particularly when the patient is being seen by multiple doctors under different specialties. This can only occur if all of the medications are being sent to a single pharmacy. You will have to consult with a lawyer in your area to determine if you have a case.
David B. Snyder, Esq.
6876 Buckley Road
Syracuse, NY 13212
Mr. Snyder is licensed to practice in New York and practices Medical Malpractice Plaintiff’s work in Syracuse; he cannot offer legal advice in other states. This answer is meant to be a public service and not an attempt to solicit business. Moreover, my answer cannot be considered a legal opinion of your case / inquiry. Unless I am retained in a matter and have completed a full investigation of the underlying facts and law, I cannot give an opinion on which to rely. Furthermore, unless your matter concerns New York law, I am not licensed to practice or give specific legal advice in your state.
If the question is whether you have a case, it depends on whether the doctor violated the standard of care-you would need to have the records reviewed by a malpractice attorney near you. If you don't have a permanent injury, this may be too expensive to pursue. Consult a lawyer near you. Use the 'Find a Lawyer' tab on this page to find one.
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