My question involves medical malpractice in the state of: new jersey
I recently had a liver transplant. My PCP prescribed me blood pressure medication at a low dose which I was on for 5 months. 10 days before my symptoms occurred, I was in his office and my blood pressure read very high. He doubled the dossge of my medication. 10 days after that I was in his office complaining of nasea, extreme yellow urine and fatigue. He diagnosed me with a stomache infection. 6 days after that, I went to a local walk in clinic complaining of the same symtoms but worsening and yellowing of the iris' of my eyes. His office was closed on that day and I did not want to wait. After several test, they had me head down to the emergency room of a local hospital which admitted me in ICU and was diagnosed with acute liver failure. They determined the cause of this was my blood pressure mediaction. Do I have a malpractice lawsuite? Is my PCP at fault?