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    • I had Friday 29th in my mind so that I would get it  and not miss the Monday deadline. Is that the best course of action? Any thoughts from the forum on my plan of 'prove I'm the driver' idea? Is this silly or worth doing? 
    • Indeed. I was just thinking 'Here we go again'. NHS trusts are saying they have problems and want to move to Plan B, Indie Sage scientists are saying things need to change. But HMG isn't listening and says everything's fine.    Meanwhile Chris Whitty has at least stressed the importance of masks, ventilation and so on. 
    • I have heartbreaking news my brother has died 😪 I am well and truly heartbroken😪 I am finding this difficult to write but i need to write this for my brother, There has been a catalogue of fatal errors by this gp practice and even by the hospital before/after the sleeping pills that should never have been prescribed.   background prior to the sleeping pill wrongly prescribed   Diagnaosed with vascular dementia 2019   May 2020   Weight loss reported NO dysphagia (Without any investigation GP writes NO dysphagia (swallowing difficulties which can lead to aspiration pneimonia, weight loss) Prescribed ensure   Jun 2020   weight/diet/nutritional assessment tasked DN team     Referral out    Community Referral for Elderly Care   june 2020 In view of suspected covid infection best to defer weight check/assessment There was no suspected covid infection, how gp got this? nobody called the gp and it was uk lockdown   Jul 2020 Eating & Drinking Complaint brother eating less and losing weight   Jul 2020 Dry cough over night. white phlegm noted Diagnosis: Viral upper respiratory tract infection     Jul 2020    57 Kg weight told Gp over the phone   24 Aug 2020  1 week poor appetite & drowsiness- keeps falling asleep Decrease in appetite   25 Aug 2020 Reported to GP 6 months of steady weight loss: 14kg (June weight 66, now 50kg) NO dysphagia (how without investigating further) If GP had investigated further it would shown my brother had swallowing difficulties which was causing the weigt loss and chest infections.   Feb 2021 Presenting complaint (XaIm8) - chesty cough phlem Diagnosis: Respiratory tract infection     Mar 2021  Presenting complaint (XaIm8) - not eating or sleeping Poor appetite (lost 1 stone since then) and poor sleep   April 2021 Serious reaaction to sleeping pills - causing 2 litres of uring retention indwelling catheter as posted in this thread and problems   18 Jun 2021 chest infection   30 Jun 2021  Chest Ingection Diagnossi should finish antibiotics and plenty fluids   7Jul 2021 Complaint - struggling to swallow large capsules Weight loss/not eating drinking properly Requested liquid version or smaller size capsules   9 July complaint - Please see yesterday's entry by and task sent to , sister saying pt hasn't taken Prostate medication for 4/7, urine rention building up, sistrer concerned requesting alternative medication, small tablet form if not available in liquid, sister says it is urgent for today. Re: patient unable to swallow due to size (approx 24.2mm x 7.7mm SmPC)   10 Jul 2021    Presenting complaint  - Please see 09.07.21 entry, patient still struggling to swallow tablet, urine retention building   July 2021 Nose dripping week, swallowing mucous For the last week cough with green sputum Note previous course of antibioitcs in june for chest infection longstanding swallowing problems - BUT NOT INVESTIGATED!!!!   1 Aug 2021 Feels has chest infection. cough 2 weeks- productive green phelgm Diagnosis: Chest infection - unspecified bronchitis   10 Aug 2021   blocked sinuses/runny nose despite 2 x recent antibiotics,just finished amoxicillin +probable viral infection no further antibiotics indicated observe for now   12 Aug 2021 Presenting complaint struggling with breathing sister concerned wanting Gp to review HOME visit tomorrow   13 August Brother taken to hospital diagnosed with exacerbation of copd steroid tablets, antibiotic tablets, antibiotics into vein in arm struggled to take bloods on 3rd attempt, left with bruised vein chest xray shows pneumonia sent home 7 days meds letter for Gp requests follow up chest xray in 6 weeks (NEVER DONE)   18 August 16 Aug 2021   Presenting complaint - discuss ambulance report thinks needs home visit everyday adv sister is reassuring he did not need nebuliser *brother was put on nebuliser in hospital in august, gp is wrong) A/E attendance likely all related to current LRTI     22 August 2021 Presenting complaint (XaIm8) Home visit Pnemonia. Chest still doesnt sound clear. 1 medication finished today 2 finishing tomorrow - steroids Home visit done by GP Chest clear, good AE B/L, no resp distress HS N, calves SNT, WWP, regular pulse Abdomen SNT Diagnosis: Chest infection NOS (XE0Xs)- resolved   24 Aug 2021  Home visit Chest clear, good AE b/l Diagnosis: Hay fever - unspecified allergen (X00l9)   I then made a private appoint with a respitatory consultant, he got access to the chest xray done in August 2021 and told me my brother had pneomnia in the right lung aspiration pneomonia caused by swallowing difficulties, food liquid going down wrong way into the lungs, causing infection leading to pneaomia. This consultant gave a report of findings, also askig GP to make referral to SALTS carry out swallow assessment. This referral was done far too late by the GP over 10 days delay and only after i kept on complaining why wasnt the SALTS team coming and my brother was down to 6stone in weight. I had to go private consultant for aspiration pneomonia  diagnosis on chest xrays done in August 2021 then give that report to GP to make a SALTS referral. The previous chest infections was aspiration pneomonia but GP clearly misdianosed inc on Home Visits after the August 2021 hospital attendance.   WEIGHT COMPLAINT!! 19 Sep 2021   Presenting complaint wanting to discuss weight loss Discussed - I will task DNs to carry out these reviews as too weak to come to surgery now. Also check weight/ BP I will refer to dietitian Diagnosis: Weight loss - AFTER 12 MONTHS and after lots of complaints GP DECIDES WEIGHT to 6STONE!! decided referral to diatcian after I tell GP!   22 Sep 2021    Recieved a letter from xyz clinic 2 days ago to ask GP doctor to arrange swallowing assessment about swallowing issues GP Diagnosis: Swallowing symptoms (XE0r7) - ONLY AFTER WE TELL HIM PRIVATE CONSULTANT FINDNGS. GP did not bother to investigate all the complains I made about swallowing difficultities. I went to private consultant to get dignosis on swallowing problems, despite makings lots of complaints to GP and being ignored. I was doing the Gp's job in getting the diagnosis for swallowing problems!!   24 Sep 2021 SALTS REFERRAL made  BY GP - ONLY AFTER I WENT TO PRIVATE CONSULTANT Please advise pt's daughter that the GP has messaged the secratary to refer the pt to SALTS referral     27 Sep 2021 Presenting complaint - Presenting complaint (XaIm8) Requesting powder sachets instead of premade shakes. Patient is struggling to swallow these as liquid is rather thick. Family have purchased a few sachets of powder and find these better for him. Also mentioned patient has lost around 1 stone in weight and are concern.   28 Sep 2021 Presenting complaint - Pt having swallowing issues and pt taking Movicol sachets but still constipated as struggling to swallow down properly. DN   GP DOES Hospital Referral for Feeding/ Swallowing AFTER COMPLAINT MADE   30 Sep 2021    Presenting complaint - Unable to swallow movicol properly therefore family request another enema. requests GP to assess first as has had 2 enemas fairly recently already. ongoing swallowing issues - sister says losing weight fast. Been referred to SALT & this has been marked as urgent now.   4 October 2021    Presenting complaint - Concerned about ongoing swallowing issues ?chest infection. says chockes whilst drinking ensures- SALT referral sent E&D less leading to weight loss -Dietician referral sent Patent airways Chest clear, good AE B/L MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE - SEE 5th October!! (This GP is on audio recording telling us the chest is clear)   5th October follow up appointment with private respitatory consultant Diagnosis pneomia due to aspiration (swallowing diffuclties/dementia) Prescribed 4 months of maintenance antibiotics Diagnosis pneomia when the GP the day before said everything was clear!!     7 Oct 2021   Complaint - Why SALTS team not been for assessment, should be marked urgent brother weigh down to 5.5stone. Says spoke to SALT team last week - will be complaining as SALT referral recieved on 21/9. Apolagised for this but on system it was actually sent on 19/09/21 Diagnosis: Swallowing (Xa4M7) -> (ignored my complaints for over 2 years on swallowing problems, and put no dyspghia on my brothers record 2 years ago - when swallowing problems were going on even abck then.   10 Oct 2021   Spoke to sister who has spoke to SALT team on 02/10. Felt SALT nurse was rudee. Says nurse said appointment may take some time ?due to back log of patients in covid period GP then contacts SALTS team to try expedite appointment Diagnosis: Speech and language therapy     12 Oct 2021 Private swallowing assessment done by speech therapist because the GP and SALTS were going aound in circles and brother rapidly losing weight! Private assessment shows serious swallow problem, recommends SALTS team urgent see my brother   15 Oct 2021 Brother coughs up phelhm with blood 1 time in day, reported to GP and request home visit   16 Oct 2021 GP home visit, checks chest, says clear and nothing to worry about - on video GP says brother has blood clot in lungs, go AE and wait, tell GP brother too frail weak, weight 5stone, unable to wait in AE. Request GP make arrangement for xray, bloods, ecg at hospital so brother no need to wait in AE. GP says NO, you have to wait AE. GP will arrange ambulance to go to AE where you WILL HAVE TO WAIT even if it means waiting 6-7hours. Inform GP this is impossible. GP leaves. Calls back in 20mins says NO BEDS available, you just have to wait in AE if it means waiting 7 hours then just wait. Explain the difficulty dementia, too frail, high risk of catching bug and request GP arrange time for brother to go into hospital for bloods, xray, ecg etc, GP says no. Then turns the conversation around telling me 'so your refusing to take your brother to hpstal, if he dies its your fault, i will put that down on his records'. GP hangs the phone.   10 mins later brother collapses, ambulance called, oxygen given, stats up. Taken into hosital, where immedialtely the staff tell me your brother is emacitated dehyradted way too much, all skin and bones. Tell staff, swallow problems, weight loss, complaints to Gp, Gp not listening etc. Brother kept in overnight put onto IV fluids. Discharged the next day   few days later, brother health deteroriates, paramedics to the home, say its pneomonia, i tell them its aspiration pneonua, they agree, explain the swallow problems, weight loss. They say you need to complain to GP.   Oxygen provided, stats go up, paramedics leave 2hrs later stats drop ambulance called, oxygen given 1hhr stats go up, ambulance staff they cant leave oxygen again because 2nd time called to house. They call GP to house with injections inc morphone, which thankfully were never used. Brother passes way at home   My brother died weight was under 5stone, he was skeletone and bones, weight loss problems, swallowing problems complaints made over 2 years and nothing was done until the last couple of weeks only after I went to private consultant for diagnosis, who sent his report the ignorant gps, the same for the private speech therapist report to gp   Gp only refer to dietiacian when brother weight down under 6 stone!! In 2 years no demential assessment done, only done last 2 weeks of brothers life after I complained to GP   This is what I can remember, they will be things I have forgot to add. I am devastated.                                                                                
    • I see, thank you very much. Sorry for repeating the same questions myself! Im working on getting the quotes now
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Aoife,

  • Does contractual interest have to be compound? Afraid so.
  • the ^ symbol means "to the power of"

If you want to, PM me your e-mail address and I'll send you a template sheet. You can cut and paste your charge details in. Are you OK with how to do that. If not paste them into the PM.

 

As to changing the amount you're claiming, I would see what the correct total is. If it's significantly different (eg >£200), I think you'll have to go round the LBA loop again. If not, I would just crack on with the (slightly) different figures. Regards, Mad Nick

Abbey £8370 settled 17 Apr 07

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Mad Nick, I have pm'd you but I've had another thought.... what if i put this statement on my schedule.

NB: This spreadsheet shows a conservative estimation of simple interest accruing at 16.9% per annum from the date charges were applied to the account. This interest would normally be calculated in a compouded fashion and would therefore be a significantly higher figure. For the purposes of this claim I am happy to accept this lower figure.

It would be a shame not to get the full amount but perhaps better than starting all over again?!? Aoife

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Help I've just redone my ss and new figure is somewhat different - final sum now £8614. Should I re-submit prelim and LBA? This seems like a high interest charge.

 

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aoife, see my PM - your SS is fine. It's definitely calculating compound interest but using the i/365 approximation rather than the accurate (1+i)^(1/365)-1. But that's acceptable. Regards, Mad Nick

PS. see also PM of Saturday - clarifying which SS is right

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The Claimant also claims interest at a rate of xx%, from the date of each transaction to (date of claim) of £xxxxxx, as set out in the attached list of charges. The claimant further claims interest at the same rate up to the date of judgement or earlier payment, at a daily rate of £xxxxx per day.

 

The Claimant believes this rate to be justified under the principle of mutuality and reciprocity, and is based on the Defendants overdraft interest rate that would be applied under the terms of the above mentioned account.

 

Should the court find that this interest rate is not applicable, then as an alternative the Claimant wishes to claim interest pursuant to section 69 ........"

 

I'm sure if you posted here:

Why is no one claiming the contractual rate of interest???

someone can advise better

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I've filed N1, Abbey is defending, normal I gather. Just having a look at the AQ and haven't a clue what to put. I presume I will be sent N150 as claim is >£10k How does one allude to settled cases in an AQ? I believe four Abbey defences have been struck out and I would like to mention them if i can.

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Hi Aoife - try this, from GaryH - it's brilliant - everything in one place, including striking out their defence!

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/abbey-bank/87766-abbey-abuse-orders-keeping.html

 

As far as I can see, it makes the whole AQ thing easy - hope it's of use.

 

All the best - Adam

I do my best to be helpful, but at the end of the day I'm not a professional - please seek further advice if you're not sure. On the other hand, if I have helped, please click my scales - thanks ;)

 

Current Claims (all for friends!) -

 

Abbey - over £4k - Court claim issued & AQ filed ('Tish vs Abbey'). Alloc'n Hearing 21 Sept - Claim stayed 29/8/07.

Cap One - just under £2k - WON (just over 2k!)('Tish vs Cap One')

Cap One - just under £1000 - WON (just over £1k) Nov 07 (JimmyBoy vs Cap One)

Lloyds TSB - £3.5k - Court claim issued, defence rec'd and AQ filed; Alloc'n hearing 7th Sept Claim stayed 29/8/07! (JimmyBoy vs Lloyds')

MBNA - over £1k for mis-sold PPI - WON - approx £1500(IpswichWitch vs MBNA . . .)

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