Get copies of your medical records and bring them to a persoanl injury attorney who handles medical malpractice cases, for his review. Good luck.
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I agree, get your medical records and have them reviewed by a personal injury attorney ASAP.
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Have your medical records reviewed by a medical malpractice attorney and have him/her advise you if the standard of care was breached.
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I agree. Get your records reviewed. I would be happy to do that for you if you give me a call at 1-800-562-7438. My office is located in Cleveland.
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