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By Stevie - / Saturday 17 December 2016 03:15 / United States - Southfield
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By  bartsj8815  |  1

1) Did you interact with her in person or over the phone? If over the phone, then she won't know what you look like. If in person, maybe she'll forget if you are in an accident.

2) If she's working at the time of the accident, she really can't refuse you medical attention.

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  gracehi  |  31

I don't think OP is actually concerned that this particular nurse will refuse her medical attention. It's more she was being a big jerk when OP was just telling her a (disappointing) fact.

By  cheebifred  |  0

surprisingly threats like this are common from medical staff, my mum works in the payroll department for the NHS,some people that call up with queries that are so nasty is be scared to look then in the eye as a patient

By  mrandmrsanon  |  7

That's against a code they take as a medical professional. Idk what country you live in if it's different but my mom HAS to stop for car accidents. Usually she's not needed if enough nurses stop. I don't think legally they have to but it's a super important moral oath they take.

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