I was in an accident had a fractured ankle my foot was casted with an open abresion and due to being turned away for several weeks by several drs it got infected with gangrene and almost amputated had to have an emergency skin graft done to repair the hole in my foot. I now have long term issues with my foot.
What determines whether malpractice has occurred is whether the doctor deviated from the standard of care that is typically employed by similarly situated professionals. Take your medical records to a local malpractice attorney. Most provide free consultations and if they believe your case has a decent chance of prevailing and the amount of damages you sustained justify a lawsuit, the lawyer will likely take your case on a contingency fee basis (meaning you pay the lawyer nothing up front and the lawyer fronts all costs of litigation and deducts those costs plus the lawyer's fees after a settlement or verdict is rendered)
You should retain an attorney, who will get a Doctor Who can testify as an expert witness as to which doctor was negligent in their professional duties. That is the way to most efficiently prove a malpractice case.
There is no way to tell from the limited facts you have provided whether you have a viable claim for malpractice. You mention several doctors turning you away. If you were not seen or treated by a specific physician, then you cannot maintain a malpractice case against that physician. Malpractice occurs when a doctor provides medical care that is below accepted standards AND that negligence can be causally related to an injury. The issue for you may be whether negligent medical care resulted in an infection and whether there was failure to treat the infection properly which resulted in the gangrene and your claimed permanent issues with your foot. To determine that, you would need to get a copy of your medical records and have them reviewed by a qualified medical expert, such as an orthopedic surgeon, who can tell you whether the care was negligent and whether that negligence caused your injuries.
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