Getting What You Deserve
When you’re little and you’re lost who are you told to trust, and ask for help? Doctors, Police Men etc.
Is that why, when Doctors or people of superior authority mess up, we’re afraid to mention it?
Just because this person spent a longer going to school than you did, does that mean that your opinion on your own welfare doesn’t count? Of course it doesn’t, but why do we feel like that?
When you bought your wedding dress, you took a whole harem of women related to you in this way and that to ask their opinions. When you bought your first brand-new car completely outright you took your car-savvy friend with you. When you wanted to break up with your long-term partner, you talked it over with your Mother first. When you needed the encouragement to start your own business, you took reassurance from your partner. That’s just the way life works; we very rarely make decisions on our own, even if we think we have.
Why is it, when we ask for second opinions all the time, we’re afraid to second guess professionals? Doctor’s do make mistakes, that’s why we have the word ‘malpractice’ and ‘malpractice lawsuits’.
I once saw the X-ray of a friend who had broken their foot and been told they’d had five screws put in to restructure and support – why then when I looked at the X-ray could I count six very-screw like screws in the foot that should only have five? Someone had made a mistake.
If you’ve been injured in a life-changing way, then there is very little that you can’t have – the utmost compensation at the least. And if your current solicitor isn’t getting that for you – that’s a mistake. Even if you already have a solicitor and you don’t believe they’re doing the best for you, then SOS Claims are the answer. If your solicitor isn’t getting back to you, if they’re too slow, if you don’t get enough compensation, just ask for a second opinion. Solicitors make mistakes and they sometimes give bad advice, that’s why SOS Claims exist – to help you get exactly what you want, on your own terms, from people who speak the legal-lingo.
The folks over at SOS Claims are there for you and they can reassure you with their second opinions as soon as you ask – it’s their job. It can be the scariest thing in the world, to question someone with more authority than you, but if you believe you have something that’s going unnoticed or even swept under the carpet then speak up.
I think it comes from parents saying ‘because I say so’ when we’re younger, we learn not to question things because we’ll be shot down for even thinking that there might be an alternate solution. But then again, when it came down to the serious stuff, our parents were backing us up and fighting our corner to then end, I’m sure.