I am an attorney with more than 25 years of experience and I look forward to providing you information in this regard
I am sorry to hear about this situation you are in.
So you want to know if a biopsy from the other country will be sufficient to file a lawsuit on, is that your question?
Yes? Elaborate please
Well, the basis for a mal practice lawsuit is the negligence or lack of reaching standard of care And so, if you repeatedly went to the ER and no doctor recommended the biopsy then it could be a lack of meeting the standard.
Therefore, I suggest your condition and the biopsy from another country would be sufficient. However, if you are going to sue the doctors, hospital I suggest you will want to have a consultation with a local attorney because this is not something you will want to do on your own. And that attorney will want to review all your medical records here and from the other country and they may want you to have other medical tests done.
I do not see that you should allow this hospital now to do a biopsy without first consulting with a local attorneyPlease note that I can only answer what you ask and so if you have more questions or need clarification, please ask it here. Otherwise, I thank you in advance for a positive rating.
The hospital is treating me and has been taking several blood works to check if the medication is damaging or interfering with other organs. Should I be worried that they might be pulling a fast one on me?
HelloI suggest you may want to see the local attorney If you are considering a lawsuit and let the local attorney decide how to proceed. But I also suggest that you do not stop any treatment currently going on unless a local attorney tells you too
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