A woman filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against several healthcare providers alleging that they botched her spinal surgery. According to the suit, the plaintiff says she underwent spine surgeries and sustained physical injuries that required additional medical treatment because the defendants allegedly used bone morphogenic protein inappropriately and in improper amounts, performed surgery unnecessary surgery, and failed to perform procedures in a timely manner. The lawsuit seeks a trial by jury and compensation in an amount greater than $50,000.
This case is underway, but it most likely will be a long legal process. The burden of proof is on the patient to show where and how the negligence occurred. Even if the plaintiff and her attorney are able to prove it, they will still need to present the case to a jury who will determine a fair and equitable settlement. It won’t be a simple process as the defendant will most likely argue that the harm done was either unpreventable, or not the fault of the surgeon. As the plaintiff proceeds through this difficult time, she may find herself under financial duress. The bills may begin to pile up – medical expenses, mortgage, utilities, and more. How can she make ends meet? Where can she turn for financial help so as not to be forced to settle for less than full compensation?
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