Unless the patient suffered a serious permanent injury, he or she is unlikely to find a medical malpractice attorney willing to take the case. This is because the value of a medical malpractice case depends much more upon the severity of the injury than the degree of negligence.Ask a similar question
I am sorry to hear about your experience. More facts would be needed to assess your case - specifically, what damages were sustained? Without any damages, you may not be entitled to recover. Thank you.
This answer should not be used as a final ruling on your case as more facts are needed to fully understand and expound upon your legal inquiry. This answer should be used a short introduction to the legal theories that may apply.Ask a similar question
You did not say what injuries you sustained due to this. Without injury, a lawsuit would be fruitless.
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