I'm sorry to hear about your father. But, who is "they"? Was your father living in some sort of a facility, like a nursing home, at the time of his death?Ask a similar question
Who was caring for your father? If it was a nursing home than consulting an attorney in that area to investigate may be warranted.
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I assume you mean hospital or nursing home. Staph is common and not necessarily malpractice, but it can be depending on the circumstances. I would contact a local malpractice attorney in your area and get a copy of the medical records. The estate representative may have to order the records, I am not sure what the law is in your state but that is what we have to do here. Hope that helps.
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Was your father in the hospital or a nursing home?
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