Medical Sheer Negligence

#2
Dear Ubantuz,
I am Barrister Martins Dike. (SAN), a Solicitor; I am the Personal
Attorney to one Engr. Michael Evjen, a national of your country, who Used to be
a contractor with NNPC here in Nigeria. On the 10th October 2002 my
client, his wife and entire family were involved in a car accident along 3rd
mainland bridge Express Road Lagos Island. Unfortunately they all lost
their lives in the event of the accident, since then I have made several
inquiries to their Embassy to locate any of my clients extended relatives, this
has also proved unsuccessful.

After these several Unsuccessful attempts, I decided to trace his
Relatives, to locate any member of His family but of no avail, hence I contacted
you since you bear the same surname to my late client. I contact you to
assist in repatriating the money in addition, property left behind by my
client before they get Confiscated or declared Unserviceable by the bank where
these huge deposits were lodged.

Particularly, the Bank where the deceased had an account valued at
about US$7 million dollars. Consequently, the bank issued me a notice to
provide the next of kin or have the account confiscated within the next ten
official working days. Since I have been Unsuccessful in locating the relatives
for over 2 years now, I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin
of the deceased, regardless of your country, with your name/address; some
vitals will be obtained on your favor which will back you as the next
of kin the deceased. The proceeds of this account valued at US$7 Million
dollars can be Paid to you and then you and me can share like this 45% for me
and 45% for you, while we will set aside 10% to pay back for any expenses
or tax as your government may require. I have all necessary legal documents
that can be used to back up any claim we may make.

All I require is your honest cooperation to enable us seeing this deal
through. I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate
arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law.

you don't have to be a blood relative of my client to claim this
inheritance. Pls reply so that I can elucidate on how to proceed next,
Please Reply urgently to enable us discuss further. Via this E-mail
address:
martinsdike02@iol.pt
Best Regards,
Barrister Martins Dike. (SAN)
 
#4
Hello pple.my friend was misdiagnosed at his local med centre to be having a common cold and was fed on paracetamol only for it to get worse in 3 days and went down and had to be taken to A&E by ambulance.he almost died and was on support machine for a couple of days because his condition had worsened and couldnt support his own system.
there was negligence from both his management from work and the medics at the med centre.
He doesnt know how to go about bringing this up as a complaint and possibly sue the management/medics because of the negligence that would have cost him his life.
I tend to believe that there are so many other people walking in and around our camps with wrong medication,wrong diagnosis and wrong advice from medics at the med centres.
Any one who would advice this bloke on how to go about this?He is still traumatised to waking up support machines upto today!
Which A&E in Afghanistan did he go to?

Do you think you might have put this in the wrong thread?

Oh, and he went to the med centre with a cold? Poof.
 
#5
Ubantuz, are you my sqn clerk? Shouldn't you be learning how to spell "orders", "parade" and the days of the week, rather than posting bollocks about some lad who had a cold?
 
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