Your case is too complex to determine whether or not you have a legal case. An attorney will need to speak with you and review the records prior to giving you a firm answer on whether or not you have a case. These cases can be costly and very labor intensive. Be patient and find a good medical mal-practice attorney.
This posting does not create an attorney client relationship and is for informational purposes only.
You need to consult a personal injury lawyer in the area, and have he/she refer you to a neurosurgeon for a consult.
Michael Ian Rott, Esq., Managing Partner
HIDEN, ROTT & OERTLE, LLP
2635 Camino del Rio South, Suite 306
San Diego, California 92108
Office: 619.296.5884, ext. 14
San Diego - El Centro
Please be advised that the advice provided does not create any attorney/client relationship; that due to the various state laws that the information provided is a general overview of work comp law, which might not be applicable to you, based upon the laws of your state. We will not file anything on your behalf nor protect any statute of limitations which might arise and recommend that you IMMEDIATELY consult legal counsel for advice.
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