my son was admitted to the hospital last year with RSV bronchiolitis respiratory distress Hypoxia and dehydration after the Er department sent him home and said nothing was wrong with him. the only thing he was treated for was a fever and had a x ray done which showed lower lobe infiltrate.... he was said to have a upper respiratory infection but was given an antibiotic which was never documented in my son's records...he is now showing signs of developmental delays
4 Answers from Attorneys
Thank you for your inquiry. This firm has handled thousands of claims surrounding hospital negligence; including shortcomings in ER care. We also have represented hundreds of neurologically impaired clients; including those who sustained brain injury due to various forms of hypoxic insult. Please click on my name below for our firm's contact information in New Jersey; and call me or any of our attorneys to discuss your potential claim (at no cost to you). If this incident occurred outside of New Jersey, also feel free to call us, as we work with an extensive nationwide network of qualified attorneys who may be able to assist you. I look forward to speaking with you; and we will assist you in whatever way we can.
I appreciate your inquiry. First and foremost, you need to take care your son and get the best medical attention that you can find. Then, you need the guidance of a lawyer who is familiar with such matters. My firm regularly handles such hospital negligence cases and I would be happy to help you with this claim. There are several ways you may be compensated for your loss but keep in mind that you may have only a limited time to file an action, and even less time if you intend to file against a public entity. So you need to act soon.
Call for a FREE consultation so that I may be able to help you further. Please note that I only have the little information that you put into your question and my response is presented as a general response to that question. It is not intended as, nor should be construed as, legal advice or opinion.
Law Offices of Samuel Z. Brown / THE BROWN LAW FIRM
205 E. Kennedy Blvd.
Lakewood, NJ 08701
Nothing is harder than dealing with a child who is dealing with a serious physical or mental problem. When it is preventable, that is truly tragic. I would be honored to look into your son's case, at no charge to you or your family. Any fee would be contingent upon a recovery and we would foot the cost of investigation. We regularly deal with similar cases and have a MD - Attorney on staff.
Choosing the right attorney is tough. I think that you will find that we have experience, empathty and financial ability to pursue a case for you and your son.
Please feel free to contact me at 800-34-NJ-LAW or by email at [email protected]
Thanks for your inquiry. Best wishes with your son. I hope that we hear from you.
As a parent, I am truly sorry to hear about your son's situation. Based on the information provided, it would be irresponsible for me to tell you whether or not you have a medical malpractice case. However, based on what you have said, I would strongly advise you speak personally with a qualified attorney that specializes in medical malpractice AND someone who will take the time to fully understand the details of your situation.
If you would like to discuss your son's situation further, I'd be more than happy to explore your situation and provide you with possible options. I can be reached at (215) 977-9500 and there is never any cost or fees for the consultation.
I wish you and your family the best in this difficult time.
Related Questions & Answers
Over the years I have gone to different dentists and have had the same result. The... Asked 4/28/11, 6:50 pm in United States New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law
How to sue for medical malprctice. besides seeing a lawyer, how can i start the... Asked 3/16/11, 3:17 am in United States New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law
If a doctor wants to perform a procedure on a patient does he have to write an order... Asked 3/15/11, 11:33 am in United States New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law
My sister LISA ANNE LOGAN died in november 12th 1974 from removal of a baby tooth.... Asked 2/10/11, 6:49 pm in United States New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law
My father went to the doctor b/c he was dizzy. That doc sent him to the E.R b/c he... Asked 1/29/11, 9:09 am in United States New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law