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First off congrats.

 

I'm wondering if you ever looked into legal action against the manufacturer or if there was a class action suit? I ask as I now have a 1 year old after having this procedure done (I was pregnant 6 months later). I looked a little into it but not much and wish I would have done more research. Thankfully Alex was born healthy and happy :-)

Yikes, you too? Send me a private message if you'd like to commiserate. I had to get beyond the birth before I could really think about the lawsuit seriously. I have another legal atter to tend to then I will most certainly take out my dragon claws for this battle. This has already cost me probably $20K+ and the bills aren't all in yet. I am out for blood.

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First off congrats.

I'm wondering if you ever looked into legal action against the manufacturer or if there was a class action suit? I ask as I now have a 1 year old after having this procedure done (I was pregnant 6 months later). I looked a little into it but not much and wish I would have done more research. Thankfully Alex was born healthy and happy :-)

 

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First off congrats.

 

I'm wondering if you ever looked into legal action against the manufacturer or if there was a class action suit? I ask as I now have a 1 year old after having this procedure done (I was pregnant 6 months later). I looked a little into it but not much and wish I would have done more research. Thankfully Alex was born healthy and happy :-)

Yikes, you too? Send me a private message if you'd like to commiserate. I had to get beyond the birth before I could really think about the lawsuit seriously. I have another legal atter to tend to then I will most certainly take out my dragon claws for this battle. This has already cost me probably $20K+ and the bills aren't all in yet. I am out for blood.

 

2 year SOL in Mi on malpractice claims.

 

A medical malpractice action may be brought within two years after the act or omission that forms the basis for the claim. Alternatively, it may be brought within six months after the claimant discovers or should have discovered the existence of the claim

 

in your case - I think the SOL starts on the date you discovered you were pregnant. I"d check with a lawyer, let him start putting the case together - it may take a while.

 

it's not something you want a lawyer to rush into at the last minute.

 

I was really glad to hear you got thru your time without major complications, and that the baby is healthy.

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