When did you break your foot?
When did you find out you would have the problem with the wide foot?
june 16 i went to the hospital got a couple days later thay gave me an appoint in a month to frist doc, sept 5 i was told i need surgery may be a month after the operation at an appointment i think, this monday i go to see if the screw i going to come out soon,
i will need to buy two differant sizes of shoes what a joke
Thank you for the additional information. The statute of limitations for medical malpractice is three years in Massachusetts.
You need to talk to a medical malpractice attorney in your area. A good resource is http://www.findlaw.com/. Look for Plaintiff's medical malpractice attorneys.
Medical malpractice attorneys work with medical experts who will review your accident; the treatment that you received; your current injuries; and determine whether they believe that the care that you received is beneath the standard of care. ("Beneath the standard of care" is what medical negligence is.) Generally, expert testimony must be presented to support a claim for medical malpractice in Massachusetts. See Forlano v. Hughes, 393 Mass. 502, 471 N.E.2d 1315 (1984).
Most treating doctors do not work with attorneys and will not offer their opinion on this, which is why the second doctor you saw was not willing to do this.
Here is a website with additional information about medical malpractice in Massachusetts: http://www.mcandl.com/massachusetts.html
Do not delay getting an attorney; the attorney will want to preserve the evidence about what has happened to you.
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