View Full Version : Paramedic seeks damages over fall at patients house...

Andy Rylance
13th Mar 2008, 12:17


I mean really....

Dan D'air
13th Mar 2008, 12:21
Dark alley. Fist. Nose.

13th Mar 2008, 12:34
I understand the analogy "dark alley", I know what fisting is ... but where does the nose come into it? :E

...or should I actually read the article - and the rest of the thread?

:confused: Sorry. I thought I was in the Gay Pilot's thread :}

13th Mar 2008, 12:38
The paramedic will have been advised to go after the easy target by his "no win, no fee" lawyer. Chasing the NHS for compensation would take to long and he will be hoping the patients insurance company will opt for a quick out of court settlement.

Once the personal details of the paramedic become known I predict he/she may get a lot of attention from the fourth estate.

13th Mar 2008, 12:54
Carol Brown from Unison said: "I can't comment on this specific case because I don't know if this worker is one of our members but if our members are injured during work then of course the union would support them. "I can understand people finding it hard to believe but of course if someone is injured during work then somebody has got to take liability."

How about the fecking worker accepting responsibility for their own actions?! :ugh: