Statute of limitations in MA and do I have a medical malpractice case?

Additional Information:
I had been having abdominal pain since delivering my son by c-section. My Framingham primary care physician ordered an MRI and discovered something metal in my body. Can I sue my OB/GYN doctor for medical malpractice? Have not had any other surgery besides the c-section. Is there a statute of limitations in MA or can I still sue because I just discovered it?

ATTORNEY ANSWER:

In order for you to be successful in a medical malpractice case you must prove essentially three items; first, that your doctor was negligent in the care that he provided to you; second that you suffered damages : third that the damages that you suffered were related to the negligence. If your primary care physician left an instrument in your body, that certainly would be considered negligence and you would be allowed to recover for all damages that flowed from that negligence. There is a three year statute of limitations that runs from the date that you knew or should have known about the negligence. Please contact an experienced lawyer who works with these cases.

Framingham Medical Malpractice Attorney, Stephen Morte represents victims of surgical errors including retained object cases involving the failure to remove surgical instruments or sponges from the patient’s body cavity.  He represents clients from Framingham and the nearby cities and towns in including: West Boylston, Shrewsbury, Grafton, Millbury, Auburn, Worcester, Leicester, and Holden.

ATTORNEY STEPHEN G. MORTE
Framingham Medical Malpractice Attorney
74 Main Street
Marlborough, MA 017520