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I am sorry to read of your troubles. If your injuries are substantial and permanent AND the consequence of medical negligence, then you may have a viable claim. Be aware that an inherent risk of any surgery is infection and bleeding. The question of negligence may pivot on whether there was an indication to install a drain(s) to mitigate the risk of infection/blood accumulation and whether the failure to do so constitutes negligence. So gather your medical records and consult local counsel for further clarity.
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