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Medical Malpractice To Elderly?
Needing Legal Advice & What Steps I Can Take
Basically My Grandmother Had These Two Round Growths On Her Neck. Appointments Were Made & Rescheduled By Her Doctor Twice. It Had Been About 2 Months We Been Waiting. She Lost A Lot Of Wait & The Growths Grew In Size. She Caught A Nasty Cough & Had Trouble Breathing. One Night It Was Unbearable For My Family To See Her In Discomfort. So My Mother (Her Daughter) Had To Take Her To The Er. Xrays Of Her Lungs Were Taken, She Was Given A Breathing Treatment, & Prescriptions Were Prescribed. Doctor Of The Er Said She Had Pneumonia, That She Should Take Her Meds & If She Doesn'T Improve To Take Her To Her Reg Doctor. Which Wasn'T To Far Away (Hopefully). The Morning After She Was Dismissed She Tried To Rest All Day & Later That Night A Little After One In The Morning She Fell In The Restroom & Broke Her Hip. It Was So Bad We Had To Call The Ambulance. She Was Admitted & More X Rays Were Taken. From Those They Learned About 65-75% Of Her Lungs Were Filled.
This Is What Had Me Upset, Because If It Was That Bad, Why Didn'T The Doctor From Previous Night Admit Her After Seeing The Same Exact X Rays. She Left In Discomfort? Anyway. They Pumped It All Out Of Her. Another Thing Is They Kept Her Loaded On Morphine. I Know For A Fact They Started With Low Doses. My Aunt Was There For The Others. It Had Never Eased Her Enough Though. On Her Last Dose She Finally Relaxed & Let Go. She Was 83 & Lived A Long Life & Maybe I'M A Lil Bitter.
I'M Not Trying To Point Fingers Though & It Won'T Bring Her Back But Maybe She Would Have Never Fell & Broke Her Hip If She Was Admitted The First Night. Maybe All This Wouldn'T Have Happened If Her Dr Hadn'T Rescheduled.
Anyway From What My Aunt Had Told Me, Half The Syringe Was Put In Her Iv. & I Know When I Seen Them Do The First One It Was Maybe 10% Of The Syringe. Could They Have Overdosed Her. We Wouldn'T Have Wanted Her To Go In Pain But I Guess I Need Ease. Does This Sound Like Malpractice
The legal statues vary greatly from state to state defining what actually constitutes medical malpractice. This is due to the fact that there is no overarching federal statue guiding medical malpractice law. To prove his or her case the evidence will need to be compiled by the plaintiff against the defendant. The malpractice lawyer will need to show that the defendant was negligent and caused harm to the plaintiff. The burden of proof will always fall on the plaintiff. It should be noted that malpractice cases in the medical field are very expensive. Negligence can manifest itself in a number of ways from misdiagnosis to lack of treatment all of which can be considered substantial burden of proof evidence. Hospital records need to be obtained and forensically examined. A hospital or doctor may have a team of lawyers working against the plaintiff who may only have one. Sometimes malpractice lawsuit cannot be achieved because the costs will outweigh the benefits. Cases can be long and grueling. In most instances the proof of malpractice would rest on the use of expert witnesses on both sides to make their respective points. It may be difficult to find an attorney interested in pursuing your case. But I suggest that you talk with a lawyer to discuss the individual elements involved with the medical care. Many law firms will offer a free consultation to discuss the circumstances. You’ll probably feel better knowing that you did everything possible to right a possible wrong. I hope that you obtain some resolution..
Need A Pro Bono Lawyer In Sc For Alimony?
Need A Lawyer For Alimony For Sc From My Husband,The Reason Is I Can'T Afford A Lawyer And He Shoul Be The One Paying Cause I Am Termenally Ill And On Ssi.
Call the Legal Assistance Agency in your area or state.
Question About Getting Into Law School?
I'M At A Public University That Is A D-Ii School, I Know That'S Just For Sports But I Don'T Know How To Explain It. I'M At A Small University In Missouri And I Was Wondering If It'S Possible To Get Into Large University Law Schools? Like University Of Missouri, Tennessee, Etc. With A 3.5 G.P.A. And An Average Lsat? I'M Only A Freshman In College, But Want To Know My Chances With A 3.5, An Average Lsat, And Being From A Small Missouri University. Thank You.
Law school admission is almost exclusively based on LSAT and GPA. Here is a link to the average LSATs and GPAs for all accredited US schools:
Going to a smaller state school should not hurt your chances at Missouri or Tennessee, so long as you keep your grades up; however, you will have a very good chance at substantial scholarship money if you can pull a 3.85 or above.
Ive Been Refused Emergency Legal Aid, Does This Mean I Cant Get Legal Aid At All?
If you were refused legal aid, then you were deemed financially able to pay for your own attorney.
Generally, legal aid is only supplied to people with very little (or no) money. So, unfortunately, if you have a certain income, then, yep, you're gonna have to pay for it all, all by yourself.
I think. Maybe the state grants, like, semi-scholarships. But I don't think so. You could research this yourself online, or call your local legal aid offices and ask.
Filing To Lower Child Support Legal Advice?
Can Anyone Suggest Websites Or Resources Where I Can Do Research About The Best Way To Get Child Support Lowered? (Not Ads For Attorneys Or Books). We Live In Ca And My Husband Pays $2000/Mo In Child Support For A 15 Yr Old Daughter Who Hasn't Spoken To Him In 3 Years Due To The Mother Alienating Her. The Mother Is Far Wealthier Than Us But Pretends To Be Broke Out Of Hate. She Had Never Turned In Even One Page Of Discovery, While My Husband Has Turned In Over 500.
My Husband Works In Finance And With The Stock Market Down & Crashed, His Income The Last Few Months Is Less Than Half Of What It Used To Be (When He Was Ordered To Pay The $2000/Mo) Plus I'm Pregnant. His Current Lawyer Told Us When The Baby Is Born Child Support To His Ex Can Get Lowered, But Since It Takes Months To Get A Court Date, Can He File Now And Request A Date For After The Baby Is Born? We Can No Longer Afford To Pay An Attorney So We Have To Do It Ourselves From Now On.
Fyi, His Ex Is A Woman He Was Married & Living With For Less Than A Year Over 15 Years Ago, But She's An Angry Borderline Who Has Been Dragging Him To Court For 15 Years And Cost Him Everything. We Only Met & Married 2 Yrs Ago. People Tend To Think No Human Could Act As Evil & Mean As Her Unless She Was Left For Another Woman, But There Was No One Else Involved In His Leaving - It Was Due To Her Angry Temper & Violence That He Left 15 Yrs Ago.
contact the dcss the number is (866) 223–9529
and here is the website http://www.childsup.ca.gov/
he needs to file for a financial review..been through this to many times with my husband..his ex is a horrible person. and 2000 a month for one kid..i thought 280 was bad.
I Am In A Bad Situation And Don'T Know What My Next Step Is, I Am 22 I Was 19 When I Signed A Lease-Purchase Contract With My Parents Because They Told Me To Sign It Since I Was Going To Be A Tenant There With Them, Living Under My Parents Care. I Had No Job Either. Long Story Short, We Moved In July, Then A Year And 2 Months Later We Were Evicted By The Court. Now The Landlord Is Sueing For 29,000(1 Yr Of Rent We Werent Living In Because Contract Stated 2 Years, And Back Rent My Parents Didnt Pay). Now Their Is A Judgement For 29,000 Against All 3 Of Us. I Was Not Making Payments On That House, It Was My Parents Responsibility(Even The Landlord Knew This They Were A Friend Of My Parents) But They Are Coming After Me As Well. Is There Any Way I Can Get Myself Dismissed From This Judgement
You have a judgment against you for 29K plus. It will continue to rise with time, and it will NOT go away. Re-opening a judgment if you appeared, answered and defended the action is very difficult, and must be done within a specific period of time that varies from state to state. None of the facts you stated seem to raise issues that would allow you to re-open, assuming there was any procedural ground to do so in the first place.
Now if the judgment was entered against you because you defaulted...did not answer the complaint...there is more wiggle room for you to re-open or vacate the judgment. The Court is more inclined to allow you to be heard on the issue. But again, each state has it's own rules and timeframes. If the judgment is more than six months old, it is unlikely that you will win a motion to vacate.
Bottom line is you need to get an attorney. If this judgment sits there long enough, you will not be able to get a mortgage, buy a car, sell property if you own it, and it will generally make your life miserable. You may face a garnishment or execution on your bank accounts and other property. Thirty thousand turns into MUCH more than that very quickly. You need to deal with this ASAP.
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You are raising issues that SHOULD have been raised at trial. Were you all defaulted for failure to appear? Did you have an attorney? Is there actually a judgment? Is the case still pending? From what you are saying, none of these facts can be particularly helpful after the judgment and after the lapse of some amount of time.