If you have a legitimate clinical reason to sue him, and I sincerely doubt you do, but if you do then then do it. Otherwise stop banging on your highchair. Get an attorney and an expert to look at your eye(s). If Dr. Arrowsmith erred, the expert will tell a compelling story and you will prevail. I suspect you are either lying or you tried this and go no where.<quoted text>
Sorry to hear about you just now discovering that Dr. A cheated and deceived many people and closed his business. Seems he couldn't pay his bills. If you read back through the postings you can locate a posting by Dr. A or someone representing him. Hopefully this will help you to contact him. Also a nurse that worked for him previously seemed to sum it up for everyone in a posting. Dr.A is supposed to have some records stored in his garage at his home. Others that are older are being held for non-payment on the storage. Hope that is not the case for you. Good Luck!
The vast majority of people in this thread had good results and would prefer to see Dr. Arrowsmith again. As a person who saw his work up close, he is one of if not the world's best refractive surgeons. He has a right to stop practicing medicine and you nor anyone else is entitled to know why. I admire him for leaving himself some life at the end of his life. He met his legal obligation in records maintenance.
I don't know him personally. I am a surgery nurse. I know that he shook up the old guard Vandy O'Day/Elliott eye surgeon world when he showed up in Nashville. We are in much better shape because of him. Surgeons like Ming Wang wouldn't have been able to do what they did had it not been for Dr. Arrowsmith.