In depth information about OE's scam will be posted on the Blog in a few weeks time.
Meanwhile Stephen Hannan is busily employed churning out countless emails (probably in his sleep too) in response to the ever increasing numbers of unhappy patients who've lost confidence in OE's surgeons.
Invariably he states, "Due to you currently being under the care of the clinicians at Optical Express and the fact we can facilitate a consultation with an experienced Ophthalmic Surgeon we respectfully decline your request for a paid referral to..."
He ignores the fact that every one of these patients suffers problems only BECAUSE they trusted an OE "experienced Ophthalmic Surgeon"
The missing posts related to the fact that, somebody suing one of the OE chains that was placed into administration was settled by another branch that has not been placed into administration, how nice of OE.
Then I posted, as it has been suggested to me:
If OE are placing themselves into administration to avoid potential legal action then you have the option of going after THEIR INSURANCE COMPANY.
Due to the unethical and unscrupulous tactics of OE does anyone have any view on suing the surgeon as an alternative to OE Ltd?
The Consent Form clearly states that the decision to perform surgery is made SOLELY by the surgeon following a detailed examination and discussion. I certainly did not have either.
I saw the appointment book and patients were booked at 15 minute intervals. Hardly allowing time for either an exam or discussion.
Is it easier to go after an individual?