Re: Need to find someone to take my black mold case.
Posted by johncodie on 2/10/10
It's the classical, "would have", "should have", "could have" but
didn't and now I can't pay my bills!
There is nothing snide, inconsiderate, or deceptive in the post. Rather
than invite Ms Laura B into more yahoo post the group could have been
forthright and provide the information needed. Statuate of limitations run
from the date of event or tort committed.
Ms Laura B: For those who are just now experiencing the devestating events
of a mud slide, or flood, etc. etc. and have just started their survival
mode, taking on the industry usually starts out from your own pocket book.
If your lucky and have a good case you might be able to recoup some of that
expense, very lucky to break even. A few attornys are willing to provide
funding on a contengincy basis, but most are looking at the risk of their
money as not being in a bank account drawing interest. A loss for you at
trial would be a loss of all their money invested.
Since the statuate of limitations has expired any money invested if
attempting to file a case is money an attorny already knows he has wasted,
not including is own time. Most paralegals screen for such facts.
If you can't get 30 minutes of an attornys time, or if the attorny wants up
front payment for a visit it should be a clue that your time can be spent in
more proactive ways.
In the subject line: ...take my black mold case... this case can not be
On 2/10/10, Sharon wrote:
> I think what John is trying to tell you in his ever so snide way, is that
> the statute of limitations has most likely run out for anyone to consider
> taking you on as a client in mold litigation.
> On 2/10/10, Deborah wrote:
>> I presume that is directed to jc's post...and I don't have a clue what he
>> meant by that.
>> On 2/09/10, Laura B wrote:
>>> and what is this supposed to mean.
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