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Old 08-17-2008, 10:33 PM   #21
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that's cool, but my lil bro got run over as a pedestrian by a tow truck last week. He was forced to go to the e.r....just a little banged up really...but still forced to go...so i was just wondering
Don't want to stray off topic, but there are lots of reasons for this.

How old is your brother?
Under 18 can't make their own decisions. If a parent isn't available, mandatory transport.

Was he completely oriented? The medic has to be convinced that he is able to make a safe decision for themselves. 99.9% of the medics out there aren't going to transport anyone if they don't have to (there are some woodchucks out there who will try though).

Anyway, PM me with information if you want, maybe I can help you understand if the above two things don't apply.
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Old 08-17-2008, 10:34 PM   #22
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^dats his plan, good lawyer suggested/claims pain and suffering
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Old 08-17-2008, 11:21 PM   #23
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for the most part the "method of injury" will be the deciding factor on if you got to the ER. Every scene I've been on involving a moto the rider has been transported. But it is up to the patient if they want to refuse med attention. there are alot of factors to a patient refusal that have to be taken into effect.
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