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  1. Medical Malpractice: Re: Any Exceptions to Statute of Limitations for Minors

    (2) In the event the alleged injury is not discovered within such one (1) year period, the period of limitation shall be one (1) year from the date of such discovery.


    (3) In no event shall any...
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    Assault & Battery: Re: How to Submit a Complaint to the Medical Board, District Attorney

    Download the official complaint form from your state, city, etc. File it and then sue the hell out of them. I wouldn't even wait for an answer from them, but file it for "the record" :-)

    As far...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Wrongful Death from Malpractice

    The Statute of Limitations is a tricky thing. It's not always when the injury occurred in some jurisdictions but when it first came to light that starts the clock ticking. For example, if information...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Wrongful Death, Passionless Doctor

    Check the statute of limitations. It sounds to me like there was no proper communication with you from the doctors and the onus is not on you to be tracking down nurses to find your answer when the...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Complications After Surgery

    Make sure you get his complete medical records-every single piece of paper-every doctor's notation, etc. Let a medical malpractice attorney or someone qualified review such records that has...
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    False Light: Re: Disparaging Post on Site

    There have been many pro se or pro per lawsuits that give the initiator of the lawsuit much more latitude in lawsuits. I would suggest that avenue be explored also. They laughed at Sam Sloan once...
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    Defamation: Re: To Sue or Not to Be Sued

    You can always counter sue :-)
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    False Light: Re: Disparaging Post on Site

    Actually that was my point exactly. Anyone can sue for anything but in a case like banning a person from posting on their site and a person believing they may have a "cause of action" can sue of...
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    Defamation: Re: Can I Be Sued for Posting an Online Review

    Missy is absolutely correct. "If it's too hot get out of the kitchen". Reviews, positive and negative are done everyday and the Internet is here to stay. There is something called the First Amendment...
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    False Light: Re: Disparaging Post on Site

    As for as posts are concerned, there have been a number of sites in the last couple of years where professionals like doctors for example are called into account and rated for their performance....
  11. Medical Malpractice: Re: Medical Malpractice/Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    Hello,

    It sounds to me like very bad case management of your Dad, and especially towards the end. It is no excuse even though your Dad had a terminal illness as neither he nor your family should...
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