> Discuss Your Legal Issue > Ask a Lawyer > Medical Malpractice > Why does no one to handle my medical case

Why does no one to handle my medical case

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 10th, 2017 on Medical Malpractice - Wisconsin
More details to this question:
Went to doctor to relieve pain in foot have had shots in foot for 3 years. Dr. said that I needed surgery and that she didn't do this kind of surgery but she knew someone that did. Went to him he kept telling me that I had been in car accident and I had a lisfranc fracture and surgery. First I heard of this I only knew of a bone spur rubbing on a tendon. Had surgery he put a bracket and 3 screws in my foot. Within the first week screw was coming out of my foot. Had surgery to take it out was made to walk around with screw coming out of my foot for a week. Did not like his attitude change and felt something was wrong in my foot. Went to orhto surgeon and he said that the remaining screw had to come out of my foot that it was going to brake had another surgery. Three surgeries in 2 months for absolutely nothing. Much nerve damage tendon damage don't walk the same pain WORSE than before huge 2 scars constant swelling foot is always purple much much pain
Tagged as:
Answers Showing 1 out of 1
Answered on Jul 11th, 2017 at 7:43 AM

I have written numerous blogs at our web site and responded to dozens of these type of messages concerning medical malpractice cases in the state of Wisconsin. It is next to impossible to win a medical malpractice case. 9/10 jury verdicts result in a verdict in favor of the doctor or hospital you are suing. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel did an excellent article on the difficulties of proceeding with medical malpractice in Wisconsin a year or so that you can google. If you feel strongly that you were harmed, you should consider getting all your medical records together and have them reviewed by a medical malpractice lawyer. If they feel there may be some substance to the case, they will refer the case to an outside medical consultant to determine if you have a viable case. The statute of limitations in Wisconsin for suing for medical malpractice is three years from the date of the occurrence. Failure to file the lawsuit within 3 years from the date of the occurrrence would forever bar your claim. You mentioned "3 years" in your post, so you very well may already be beyond the time line to legally pursue the case.

David B. Karp Karp & Iancu, S.C. 933 North Mayfair Road #300 Milwaukee, WI 53226 414 453 0800

Report Abuse
Medical Malpractice
Have you been injured as a result of a doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider's mistake, misdiagnosis or professional negligence? If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries under your state's medical malpractice and personal injury laws. Medical malpractice claims can arise from a doctor's failure to diagnose a health condition, misdiagnosis, medication error, negligent behavior or mistake during childbirth that causes birth defects. Medical malpractice attorneys can review your medical records and help determine whether your have grounds for a lawsuit. If appropriate, your lawyers can file a lawsuit, attempt to negotiate a settlement on your behalf and represent you during trial, if a settlement can't be reached.
Have an Medical Malpractice Question?
It’s Free & Easy.
Ask a Lawyer
Top Contributing Lawyers
Mark Tischhauser, Esq.

Attorney - Florida

322 Answers, 20 Legal Topics

Patrick Johnson

Attorney - Tennessee

220 Answers, 44 Legal Topics

Michael D. Siegel

Attorney - New York

181 Answers, 26 Legal Topics

Anthony John Van Zwaren, Esq.

Attorney - New Jersey

107 Answers, 19 Legal Topics

Mr. Max L. Rosenberg

Attorney - Connecticut

69 Answers, 33 Legal Topics

Lori Nevias

Attorney - New York

67 Answers, 26 Legal Topics

Bruce Robins

Attorney - New York

64 Answers, 9 Legal Topics

Have a legal question?
Get answers from local attorneys.
It's free and easy.
Ask a Lawyer
Do It Yourself Legal Forms

Popular Forums