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Asked on: 9/10/13, 9:22 pm

i broke my collerboneand my orthopedic surgeon assured me over a 7 month period it would heal. during these 7 months he prescribed strong pain meds that i became vey addicted to and ended up losing my wife , a great job etc.. because of this addiction. finally he did the surgery because over those 7 months the bone never healed and it required a bone graph, metal plate , and 4 locking screws. the results of the addiction to the pain pills altered my life forever and the worst is the chronic pain i suffer to this day. do i have a case

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Answered on: 9/11/13, 7:34 am by Robert Gardner

In order to have a case for medical malpractice, you must prove that the actions of this doctor breached the standard of care. In order to determine whether or not this was in fact the case, you would have to have your case reviewed by another orthopedist. While finding one on your own to look at this is difficult, malpractice lawyers have the means to obtain your file and have it reviewed to determine whether or not you have a case. Therefore, you should contact a malpractice attorney in your area to meet with and discuss all of the details.

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