Personal Injury Law
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what about breech of contracts, I reviewed kaisers evidence of coverage with health plans, it claimed their net work providers are paid for the plan. This is case a UCSD resident is a not network provider and should not be giving care
Actually this resident is from UCSD, not paid by Kaiser, according to residency training guidelines, all resident encounters need to identify supervisor physician to obtain informed consents. How can I sue kaiser other than medical malpractice which local lawyers deemed "too small to work wih"
I agree with the previous professional. I don't believe there is any duty to disclose the status of the doctor who provided service, and I do not think that you can link it to an injury even if there was. Further, unless the damages you are claiming are substantial (and you can link them only to this breach [if there was one]) then the cost of litigation would greatly overexceed any recovery you might get.
Lastly, the fact the the procedure did not have the outcome you wanted, does not mean that the doctor did anything wrong.
I hope this helps.