Im so sorry for your loss. I would suggest getting copies of your son's medical records and bring them to a local medical malpractice attorney to review and advise you accordingly. Unfortunately, medical malpractice cases are generally difficult to prove and costly to take to trial. Best of luck.
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I am not licensed in AL but it certainly sounds like your so. Was medically complex. I am sorry for your loss and pray for comfort for your family. However, I doubt from what you said that an expert could relate your sons death to the care or lack of care you have described but there is another kind of action that could be considered. If your son was neglected or if the surgery hastened his passing and made him uncomfortable a survival action can be considered. Call a local lawyer to see if this is possible under AL law.
I'm sorry to hear about this, but the only way you can know is to have a local med mal lawyer order his records to review.
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