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Is This Medical Malpractice?
I Had Surgery On April 1 2009 To Remove An Infected Cyst In My Left Breast. Well On April 6 2009 I Went Back To The Surgeon Because I Had An Abscess That Hurt Really Bad. Well The Dr Said That He Was Going To Remove One Of My Stitches So It Could Drain More. Mind You The Incision Was On The Right Side Of My Breast And The Abscess Was On The Left Side Of It. I Told Him That It Wasn'T Going To Work. Well He Cut Out The Stitch And Next Thing I Know Without Him Asking He Cut Open My Previous Incision Without Numbing It Or Anything. I Screamed And Cried For Hours It Hurt So Bad. Is He Allowed To Do This Without My Permission And Without Numbing It?
Medical malpractice, by definition, occurs when a physician fails to follow the generally accepted standard of care and this leads to an injury of the patient.
Whether or not what your doctor did constitutes medical malpractice is not a "yes" or "no" question that can be determined by looking at a book. These cases are made on expert witness testimony and then submitted to the jury or judge for a decision as a matter of law.
The answer to your question therefore depends on whether or not another physician would take the similar actions in the same circumstances. I cannot answer that.
St. Lucie County Fl - Pro-Bono Family Law Attorneys?
Desperately In Need Of One In St. Lucie County But There Is No Legal Aid Available Here For Family Law And I Cannot Afford An Attorney For My Divorce. Is There Anyone You Can Direct Me To Who Can Help Please?!
You may be able to do much of the leg work yourself. Florida has a self help web page that has all the forms you will need to file for divorce and separate maintenance and custody papers. Read through them carefully and be sure to get the right ones in the right order. If you don't have the money to pay for the court costs you can request exoneration of payment on the Indigent Status form.
Good luck, there's lots of reading to do before you get going but you should be able to get what you need done.
Legal Custody Advice?
If Someones Parents And That Person Have Joint Legal Custody And That Person Has Visitation Rights As Both Parties Agree. Do The Parents Have The Right To &Quot;Tell&Quot; Them They Only Can See Their Child Once A Week For 30 Minutes? Is That Legal? It Says In Their Paper Work &Quot;Joint Legal Custody With The Parties- To The Grandparents And To This Person- Primary Physical Custody To The Grandparents And Visitation As The Parties May Agree.&Quot; Im Confused Because There Is Nothing In The Paperwork Stating That The Visitation Had A Time Limit And That It Only Has To Be For One Day A Week. If The Other &Quot;Party&Quot;/ Person Doesn'T Agree With That Can'T That Be Brought Before A Judge? I Need Some Legal Advice From Someone That'S Familiar With The System For My Good Friend.
The key phrase in your question is "as the parties may agree." Apparently the grandparents are unilaterally deciding that 30 minutes once a week is what they want. That seems to lack the "may agree" stamp of approval. That's the bad part. The good part is that the parent can go back to the court and ask for a modification of the custody order to specify something else.
Comment: This "may agree" order seems fraught with problems. Custody is always emotional, and that leads to problems. The court should know that vague phrases make for poor orders. Did the court genuinely believe that grandparents would find the other parent a good thing? There's more going on here than you stated. Grandparents don't get custody unless something else is going on. One parent is incarcerated? Missing?
Your good friend needs to contact the family court that issued that order and request a modification of the order. Frequently, custody orders get down to the hour- "Six PM on Friday until three PM Sunday afternoon." And there are also agreements about holidays, birthdays, vacations, etc. Children are the family court footballs in divorces. Everyone agrees on how to split the bank accounts and who gets which car. But no one every is happy with custody. First step, get to the family court. ... Good luck!!
Mccann'S Do 12 Months To Clear Their Name?
Why If The Mccann'S Have Top Lawyers Including Extradition, Millionaire Backers, And Support Of The British Media - Doesnt One Of Them Speak Out About What Happened To Prove Their Innocence Risking The 12 Prison Sentence? This Would Be A Noble Act To Clear Their Names And Probably Impossible To Imprison Them As They Are Allegedly Innocent???
Having top lawyers, millionaire backers and media support doesn't change the law. They haven't exactly done themselves any favours so far, so why land themselves in jail? What about the twins? It wouldn't be noble, it would be stupid. If they are innocent, then they will be cleared by the PJ, and they shouldn't feel the need to shove their press releases down our throats every couple of days. Innocent people should not be worrying about public opinion, because they would know they would be proved innocent sooner or later. They should concentrate on finding their daughter, because if she is found alive, then their innocence is effectively proven anyway. Getting themselves slung in jail is not going to help them find Madeleine, and if they have any common sense (!) they will keep quiet until they can legally speak on the case.
I Need To Locate John D Harrison Attorney At Law Use To Work Beside Judge Mcmillian In Montgomery Alabama?
Try http://www.martindale.com It's an attorney directory. Otherwise, just call the judge's clerk and ask if they know where he went after he left the judge's employment.
Joint Custody Agreements?
Me And My Ex Boyfriend Are Going Through A Custody Battle. We Orginally Had Just A Verbal Agreement Which Was One Week With Me And One With Him Since He Lives 3 Hours Away. But Our Daughter Never Wants To Go Back. She Is 2 And She Cries Everytime She Has To Go To Him Or His Grandparents. Well We Continued The Agreement And In January I Filed For Child Support And Then Feburary He Filed For Joint Managing Conservators. We Have A Mediation Set Up To See If We Can Come To A Agreement Without Going To Court That Is Equal. Does Anyone Have Any Suggestions On A Agreement That Might Work? If He Lived Closer It Would Be So Much Easier But He Refuses To Quit His Fast Food Job.
Ignore the anti child comment above, Joint physical custody is best for the child.
"My parents divorced when I was 2 years old. Because I was so young, I cannot remember anything of how the divorce actually felt at the time. But 12 years later, I am quite content with my life and my parents. Unlike many divorced couples with children, neither parent has primary custody of me, but rather, I switch between my parents' houses every other day, spending roughly equal time with my mother and my father."
Equal Time - A Teen’s Views On Joint Custody
Newsweek - Dec 15, 2008
James Cook, the father of Joint Custody was my friend for 20 years. We lost him a year ago. Joint Physical Custody addresses the common problems found in children not raised equally by both parents.
Personally, I would encourage one of you to move closer to the other, and I wonder why you're considering moving closer to him? Are you anti equal rights? Before Jim passed away, he was working on the next evolution of Joint Custody, Bird Nest Custody.
The main thing here is you want to avoid your child becoming another fatherless child that grows up to contribute to 90% of crime committed in our society.
Fatherless America : Confronting Our Most Urgent Social Problem
Fortune Magazine - Fatherless Families & Crime
“Ominously, the most reliable predictor of crime is neither poverty nor race but growing up fatherless.”
Stanford University - Divorce, Nontraditional Families, and Its Consequences For Children
"We know that children of divorced parents have more emotional and behavioral problems and do less well in school than children who live with both their Parent."
THE FATHERLESS GENERATION