I am glad he is doing well. Hoewver, that is the first thing that would probably lead to a decline of the case by mostt practitioners. No harm = no foul. While that is not really true, there has to be signficant permanent injury which would create significant value to pursue the case. I am not sure there was even a deviation, but even assuming that, I see that you probably will just be counting your blessings that he is still with you.
It certainly sounds like poor care, but if he's ultimately no worse off than he would have been otherwise, you really don't have a case. Can't sue for what might have been. Glad to hear he's on the mend. Good luck
Unfortunately I do not know if you have a good case, but it's not promising. Very glad he is doing ok though. That's obviously most important.
BEST ANSWER I got.... and I HOPE I WAS HELPFUL!! Steve Hamer answers questions on Avvo for general information and not as legal advice. Those answers do not establish an attorney/client relationship. If you would like my help, contact Mr. Hamer at (214) 843-1529 for a FREE CONSULTATION.
Sign up to receive a 3-part series of useful information and advice about personal injury law.