Seeing doctor for foot problem. Worked with him for a couple of months doing everything he told be to do. 2nd to last visit, they changed the orthotic in my shoe and did not tell me. If they would have I would have never left the office that way. I was on crutches with in hours. Went back and they told me what they did. I was so mad. They wanted me to start over again, not for free, charge me and spend all my time and money and may be fix it. Have had some sucess on my own, but it will be two years in a few days. Off work until 1-5-15. Home # 360-244-7047
You should not be posting personal information on this site, such as phone number. There is nothing in your question that makes me think you have a viable medical malpractice lawsuit. My sense is that you are more frustrated with the time and expense of further treatment. You might want to consider going to a different foot doctor. Of course you can consult with a medical malpractice lawyer in your area who can go into this matter in more detail.
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Without a breach of the standard of care, and a serious injury, the costs could far exceed a recovery, but you can discuss it with a local malpractice lawyer as well as find a new doctor to get the treatment you require. Avvo has a great lawyer finder tool to locate an attorney.
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Beware the Statute of Limitation in your state. Some states have 2 year statutes of limitation, some have 3 year statutes. If the statute of limitation period expires without your having filed a suit in the appropriate court, you will be at an extremely high risk of being forever foreclosed from pursuing any claim for relief.
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