Re: Need to find someone to take my black mold case.
Posted by Deborah on 2/12/10
apparently there can be no further commentary on this w/o it being routed to the F B
On 2/11/10, johncodie wrote:
> Laura B: I wasn't trying to be ugly in describing the series of events that has
> come to your familes present health. Since you are in some frame of mind still
> thinking in terms of your case might be the one; let me explian the "Would have,
> should have, could have, but didn't and now can't pay the bills."
> You would be judged by your peers possbly at trial, or a judge if the defendant
> files for a summary judgement for a friviouls law suit, and counter sue for cost
> of what they want to have you pay for not being liable.
> You would be seen as a reasonable person that had knowlege of your present
> health, your families health, and all circumstances that could contribute to
> your lively hood. How money is being spent, on what items, trips to the doctor,
> freindships, vacations, involvement in the community etc. etc. etc.
> Then your going to have to define the event that someone knowingly caused, or
> was responsible for fixing to what a reasonable person is to expect. Dementia,
> age, and to a large extent general well being are not tangible that can be
> insured. Health care for those items but not prevention. To be successful in
> litigation some metrics of health, with know caused health issues attributed to
> the event,or crisis are necessary.
> Questions as to why individuals were not all affected the same if they were
> exposed to the same catastrophic event. Why the circumstances were not corrected
> by yourself to protect others in your family if you were the first to undergo
> health issues. What was done to correct the detrimental enviroment by
> yourself? In that event you could expect some compensation for being paid back
> for you fixing the problem, and maybe some compenstion for pain and suffering.
> But you have to prove intent of the individual wanted to inflict ill health on
> Its not so much of knowing of deteriating health effects, it is knowlege of the
> potential of health effect from an event, and what you did to correct the
> In our case with about 85&37; saturation of rain water for 36 hours through out our
> house. 100&37; humidty upon entrance our children developed red rashes all over
> their backs, and some welps, diarria, thowing up dehydration. Mine was
> swelling of the joints, and dementia followed with periodic sinus sheading. The
> wife and children were out in two days after peditrician documentation. I was
> out within the week, with perodic exposure for having the maintain the property
> for an addition exposure to the elements. We repaired the roof at our expense
> and dried out as much as possible before the mold took hold. The tort was
> breach of contract by the insurance company. They wanted absolutely no dry wall
> removal since they felt rain water would not be detrimental, and would just dry
> We had one insurance representative be deposed that he was taken off the case as
> he was being too proactive. Im not sure it the word "screw" was used but it was
> thier intent. Some idividuals actions six years prior set the case. We were
> one day from the statue of limitations expiring. They were watching the
> calander working it every step of the way to deny any money being awarded. We
> worked like dogs after normal work, and did almost every move. Paid for
> everything out of retirement and savings.
> It was a "HUGE RISK". Knowing what we knew then, and what we know now we had no
> other choice. Somewhere in the 18 months of continuing to be good insured's we
> knew we were being pinched financialy by the insurance company and would
> probably have to litigate.
> So from what I know from experince from having gone through it day to day, there
> would be no way for you to go back and pick up and some point and start trying
> to prepare a case.
> On 2/10/10, Laura B. wrote:
>> One place I read, it tells me that statues starts at time of occurrence and
>> then another place I read says that they start at time of noticing effects,
>> which would be now for my daughter. My husband still hasn't notice the effect
>> but his family has.
>> As anyone knows that has ever gone thru this, it sometimes takes years to see
>> all th devastating physicals effects that it takes on a persons body. Someday
>> some lawyer and client will put a case forward that will be beyond statues and
>> will win therefore forever changing the way that physical Injury cases from
>> mold will be looked at. Its time for the statues to be dropped or extended.
>> I could be that case.
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