Getting nowhere with malpractice suit - any ideas?

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by melindasaccount, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. Hey, sorry it's been awhile. The tale of my eye and how Dr. G-----
    routed it out during what was supposed to be a routine cataract
    surgery, leaving me with a semi-useless blob of jelly in its place, is
    familiar to all of you (see archives). But I've been referred to two
    good malpractice attorneys who haven't wanted to take my case. Mind
    you, neither one said it was because I didn't have a case: one simply
    said he had too many clients, and the other has said nothing. Despite
    numerous letters and phone calls, I've gotten no response whatsoever.
    Please share your experiences with me about this. Where do I go from
    here? Thanks, M
    melindasaccount, Sep 19, 2006
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  2. We have a detailed article about malpractice issues at that may be helpful.

    Glenn Hagele
    Executive Director
    Patient Advocacy Surgeon Certification

    "Consider and Choose With Confidence"

    Email to glenn dot hagele at usaeyes dot org

    I am not a doctor.

    Copyright 2006
    All Rights Reserved
    Glenn -, Sep 19, 2006
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  3. melindasaccount

    serebel Guest

    There are thousands of medmal lawyers out there, why stop at two?
    serebel, Sep 21, 2006
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