A review of your medical records by a knowledgable attorney is really the only way to know whether you may have a medical malpractice claim. You can search the attorney profiles here on Avvo for an attorney in your area. Contact two or three to compare advice. Good luck!
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You would need to get a lawyer to order your medical records and have an expert review to ascertain whether there was malpractice. Search Avvo for a med mal lawyer in your state, and call for a free consultation to discuss.
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I would respectfully recommend that you review the Legal Guide I have published on Avvo.com which deals with medical malpractice and what it is. If, after reviewing the Guide, you believe you are a victim of medical negligence, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible.
Attorneys here on Avvo.com can not tell you whether you have a claim or not. You will need a medical expert to confirm that your Dr. deviated from the accepted standard of care. Do not delay in seeking counsel.
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