Re: Need to find someone to take my black mold case.
Posted by Deborah on 2/13/10
just can't cure yourself of making huge assumptions. nothing caustic about what i wrote
and no trigger words either, after all these years i think i know the drill.
As for proscriptive periods, that is something to either ask an attorney or research
yourself, each case is unique. Keep in mind that having too many battles within the war
that the litigation will be is cost prohibitive; in other words, if you must litigate
over proscription it will add considerably to the cost.
If you do not have verifiable data from that time period, then it would be a waste of
time to spend another thought on it.
On 2/13/10, email@example.com wrote:
> On 2/12/10, Laura wrote:
>> Whats the FM I page?
> You must have posted a caustic reply Deb that triggered the
> Web Server filter. The trigger defaults to the internet
> crime prevention to the FBI for formal reporting. The
> machines are programmed to do what we want them to do. It's
> harder for US as humans to move on. Check out "Love Happens"
> with Jennifer Anniston? A DVD movie we probably have
> forgotten. Bad things happen to the fictional actors in the
> movie, and happens to the actors in real life, and even
> though we can try and help others move forward, its even
> more difficult to do it ourselves. Your right Laura B you
> are one of the many for things to go right, but its in the
> future and has nothing to do with your mold case, its
> something even better to happen in the future.
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