you should hire a lawyer who specializes in medical malpractice claims.he will be familiar with the requirements for such a claim
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The hospital did the right thing by calling cps as they found opiates and you admitted to taking opiates. They did what was in the best interests of the child. Even if you wanted to sue the hospital, without damages, a lawsuit would be fruitless.
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What you describe is not a malpractice claim. Medical malpractice cases require proof of a departure from standard care causing an injury. It does not seem that any of those things happened in your case.
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