Travel Insurance Company Left British Man For Dead - Thailand

A Travel insurance company left a twenty-three-year-old man for dead as they refused to pay his medical bills when he was involved in a hit and run, his family are appealing for money to help pay for his treatment

Jake Tonkins, 23, was on the back of a friends motorbike when a speeding car came whizzing round the corner and smashed into them in Phuket.

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He’s now in Phuket International hospital in a critical condition after receiving mouth to mouth from a Russian woman who was near the crash at the time.

According to reports, the travel insurance company denied payment for his treatment because they believed it was careless driving on his part.

Doctors agreed to patch up his serious injuries until payment was guaranteed, the family have created a Crowdfunding appeal on JustGiving to raise the money, nine-thousand-pounds was raised in just one day, the mother is overwhelmed by the support.

Source : Manchester Evening News

Content : LovePattayaThailand

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