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I am sorry to hear this has happened.
So, if he had stayed at the pharmacy, he woudn
would not have had a reaction? Is that your contention?
He wouldnt of had to go to hospital or be in danger , turns out he actaully just passed out ? nobody really is sure why. They would of known that he just fainted, I didnt , I freaaked out .
Thats why they are suppose to have then sit for 20 minutes
What I suggest is you write a letter now. No phone calls. You write a letter to Corporate and you detail what happened. You provide copies of your medical invoices. Explain you have no insurance and that you feel it was negligent of the attendant to tell your son he could leave. Therefore you need them to pay the invoicecs
This letter must be mailed Certified with a return reciept
to show it was recieved.
If you do not get satisfaction, then you will have to bring a small claims lawsuit
Which is easy enough to do on your own, without an attorney
and missed work time ?
Yes. He can get the compensation his time from work
You can get the forms for small claims court from the clerk
But you have to mail the written letter first
They are never going to respond to an email or phone call
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