This means BILLIONS of pounds will be left unclaimed, and medical staff will continue treating patients unfairly without any consequence.
If you have even the slightest idea that you might have a legitimate medical negligence case, then you are urged to read more here to find out if your hunch is right.
Don’t leave it any longer, as your case could be time sensitive. Many people leave it for a few months, only to discover that their chance of claiming thousands of pounds just expired and they are left with nothing…only a broken heart and medical incompetence from their doctor.
So do you really have an “invisible” medical negligence case of your own? The answer is probably yes. You see, it’s no secret that the NHS is close to breaking point. The whole health care system is broken, and to make up for this, medical staff are under strict orders from their superiors to cut corners at every opportunity.
This means a doctor, surgeon, specialist, or nurse, will think nothing of tossing you aside like a piece of rancid meat, even when you have legitimate health concerns that warrant immediate attention by a qualified health professional.
In our opinion, this is just downright wrong and shouldn’t be allowed to happen, no matter how “stretched” the NHS currently is. At the end of the day, this isn’t North Korea or Soviet Russia…this is supposed to be one of the best countries in the world.
Well, it looks like the good old days of the British Empire are well and truly over. There was a time when the UK had a medical system that was envied by every other country in the world.
Famous surgeons from countries such as Sweden and Japan would beg to be allowed to sit in and observe a British surgeon at work.
However, in 2014, these countries wouldn’t even hire a British surgeon to walk through their hospital wards with a food cart shouting “chow time.”
Now that you know the facts, what are you going to do about it? Are you going to bury your head in the sand and pretend that a huge crime has not been committed against the people of Britain? Or are you going to stand up and be counted, by contacting a medical negligence company today?
The choice is yours…