Re: Mold Poisoning/Need Attorney In NV.
Posted by Johncodie on 9/27/06
On 9/24/06, Sean wrote:
> On 7/14/06, Toni wrote:
>> I need an attorney here in Las Vegas, NV. to represent me
>> in a toxic mold poisoning case. The owner of the apartment
>> where I contracted the mold poisoning has stopped paying
>> for my medication. Can anyone refer me to a lawyer to
>> represent me here in Las Vegas, NV.
>> Thank you, Toni.
> Toni contact me by email I have resources to help you.
You need something more than a good attorney, you need a good
media relations person. Unless your willing to put up your
own money, ie. 10K to 20K your chances of being represented on
his/her money are slim. Attorneys seldom invest their time and
money unless there is a death, or gross apparent negligence of
someone with large pockets.
You have been dis-serviced by having the news media provide
your child's health to the public at large. I made specific
request of the local news media, (a demand) to not contact,
film, or have any contact with my children concerning their
previous home, of mold. One news paper article did provide a
source of connection to an attorney that did want to share
information concerning our toxicologist. The children do not
need to bear the burden of scrutnity by the public.
What I saw from the news story that others my see that goes
against you in your claim.
1. The child did not appear to have any distress symptoms
normally associated with what is experienced from a first
responder. See Red Cross guidelines of how to respond.
2. Who appeared to be the child's mother seemed to be too calm
of a child that is in need of immediate life threating.
3. The child was not having difficulty breathing as to an
allergic reaction. There was no red spots, alergic reaction,
strawberry patterns to cheeks, no nasal discharge, no tears
4. The vital signs of the patient were displayed as the first
responders were taking the child away. There were not one of a
patient in distress.
5. The child appeared to be responding, innocently to a
parents request for an illness. Either verbally or unverbally.
6. The father did not appear to be hesterical as to the childs
health being in serious danger of death.
7. The child was given oxygen but did not appear to be oxygen
8. The mold shown on the apartment inspection appeared to be
normal levels that are commonly found. By comparison to
Katrinia exposure as deaths are for elderly compromised, the
child appears to be influenced by protective parents. The
close supervision these days necessitated by predators does not
allow children to develop normal outside healthy immune systems.
9. Who appeared to be childs mother was not interviewed with
the father. Why not a common front, she was at the occurence
of child's life threating event. How did the mold from the
appartment trigger what happened outside? What was the
lingering affect by inside appartment, ot outside months, or
10. The father appears to be well maintained, high manintenace
husband, (it goes both ways), not a gray hair, not a hair out
of place, perfect smile, etc. etc. Appears to be looking for
the next money train.
11. Will either respond to provide more detail information to
general public, or will take my advice and cut your losses.
Apartment group was good to provide as much as they did.
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