At a Greater Boston area hospital, I was treated for and received stitches for a hand laceration. It turns out that a “foreign object” was left in the laceration, resulting in an infection. The doctor then had to reopen the cut in order to remove the “foreign object”. I am now left with a nasty scar and some numbness. Does this sound like a strong medical malpractice case? I am planning to consult with a lawyer soon.
Whether you have a strong medical malpractice case will depend on the origin of the “foreign object” and the severity of the resulting injury. I recommend that you contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss the specifics of your treatment and injury, as well as to discuss the possibility of bring a successful medical malpractice claim.
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