I received legal advices in a Hospital setting a few years back.
I was misdiagnosed.
The Solicitor was not hired by me.
They were the Solicitor of a medical practitioner.
I was misled and misadvised against my best interests.
No solicitor should of been present in such a setting or involved in my care.
This meeting has been denied by the medical professionals involved but when I asked directly for an answer or to declare that such a meeting never took place in writing I received no response, in speech and was refused an answer in writing.
Does the Solicitor have to legally declare in writing that such a meeting took place if requested?
Even if it affects their own interests, or those of the medical practitioner or service provider they represented and were brought into the setting by?
If so the duty of care was badly breached.
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When did this happen please?
Within the last five years
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Please advise, thank you
Yes it has been, is there a specific time frame where by a Solicitor could avoid having to declare such a meeting?
Does a Solicitor have to declare in writing that such a meeting place in such a setting, in writing?
*that such a meeting took place, in such a setting
I am asking, does a Solicitor have to declare by law, that they met and gave legal advices to myself within a hospital setting? What regulator? Is this a scam website. Please answer my question.
Please answer my question, otherwise I will have to report this. Thank you
Hello, I received an email asking me for feedback regarding your answer, but I didn't receive an answer, only questions. Will I receive an answer? My account has been charged for this and with no offence I am wary this could be a scam of some sort due to the lack of answer. Thank you
You're ok. The Solicitor was there to provide me legal advices but was brought in by a third party. They were possibly the Solicitor of that third party. They were not my Solicitor. The legal advices I received were not in my best interest. Please advise. Do they have to declare such a meeting?
No and no, does it have to be declared? Please and thank you.
Is the Solicitor denying that they ever met you please?
They won't formally declare it. Does it have to be declared in writing regardless of self or third party interest?
They were brought in to advise me, legal advices were given, letters were to be prepared, but I was ill and something didn't seem right.
Are you positive such a meeting and advices would not have to be declared in the interests of transparency? Thank you
Yes, thank you for your time.