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If a surgeon performs surgery on a patient and it causes chronic health issues can you sue them for thatAnswer
AnonymousDepending on the nature of the case, a patient may be able to sue a surgeon if the surgery causes chronic health issues. The patient may hire a lawyer to file a medical malpractice lawsuit, after demonstrating the surgeon’s deviation from the accepted standard of care, and how it proved to be a direct cause of their chronic health issues. The patient would need to demonstrate that the surgeon’s negligence was the direct cause of their chronic health issues to pursue a successful medical malpractice claim. It is advisable to seek legal advice from a qualified attorney in your area....Read More
Wonder if I have a case against anesthesiologist that damaged throat(2020 surgery)? I've already had 2 surgeries with at least 2 more to correct the damage. Not sure where to turn or go. I believe my time is running out, but I cannot pay for all of thisAnswer
If you had surgery 10 days ago and you are still bleed[ng because you were injurnied with them trying to put a catheter inAnswer
AnonymousYou should contact your doctor immediately. This could be a sign of a complication or infection, and it is important to get it checked out as soon as possible. Bleeding for 10 days after surgery is not normal and should be addressed by a medical professional....Read More
Mal practice -purchased hearing aids from agent of tv you tube returned item refuse to return moneyAnswer
AnonymousIn general, if a customer purchased hearing aids from an agent of TV YouTube and the item was returned but the money was refused, it could be considered as malpractice. Customers have the right to return goods and receive refunds if they are not satisfied with their purchases, provided they meet the returns policy. If a company refuses to return the money, the customer can contact the company's customer service or escalate the issue to a higher authority. It would be best for the customer to provide evidence of the purchase and return, such as receipts or tracking numbers, when contacting the company....Read More