Last July 13, my 27 year old sister went to the doctor with abdominal pain. He sent her home with pain killers without running any tests that I am aware of. Later that night, she threw up and the pain was so bad that she went to the emergency room. After tests were ran it was discovered her pancrease was three times its normal size. We were told a gallstone was lodged in her pancreatic duct causing bile to go into her pancrease. The hospital did nothing other than give her an IV and pain killers for a day. They said they could not operate to remove the stone until the infection came down. Around 1-2am on July 15 - she was life flighted to another hospital. We believe the stone passed and released all of the toxins into her body. Her blood pressure dropped. The hospital she was sent to put her in the cardiac intensive care unit. We were told she had developed pancreatitis. She was put on a breathing tube, kept sedated, and dialysis was ran on her daily. We were told it would be a slow process, but she seemed to be doing better. On July 24 my sister died. We were told that she developed a blood clot and overnight it moved causing her heart to stop. They were able to start it beating again and kept her alive on the machines until we made it there. At age 27 someone should not die from a gallstone. I am wondering what the standard procedures are for doctors in a situations like this and if she suffered wrongful death due to negligence.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?