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I need the pertinent exact statutes with regards XXXXX XXXXX statutes

I need the pertinent exact statutes with regards XXXXX XXXXX statutes involved in personal injury, as to my son receiving Thimerosal(49.6% mercury) through his mom receiving Rho-gam, which is the more significant factor, but also some of the childhood vaccines, helped to OVERWHELM him with mercury poisoning, such that he always been non-verbal, except for an occasional word such as 'boy': and we petioned the government through the National Vaccine Industry, because of the Thimerosal in some chilhood vaccines, in which he was also diagnosed with Autism, Encelopathy, when he was around two to three years old. He now is so severe that around the age of 15 years old, which he is now, and is still incontinent, also has has PICA(eating inedible objects, including eating screws and nails, and a 1 inch by 1 inch by 3 cm cube at one of his schools is there is a preponderance of evidence,that can be shown that it is attributed to Rhogam which contains Thimerosal 49,6%mercury: His mom had been injected twice while he was a fetus, breast feed, that he has always been, and will always be engaged in unnatural behavior-----please feel in the pertinent statutes as to his very difficult experiences National Institutes of Health (NIH)

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My wife has chronic mercury poisoning from working in the dental

My wife has chronic mercury poisoning from working in the dental field for 22 years (one doctor) as an assistant. We need an attorney that is experienced suing manufacturs of hazaders product and or suing the doctor.This is not a slip and fall it is years of loading doses of mercury.David Germond XXXXXXXXXX 11217 saint andrews ctRiverview FL 33579 [email protected]

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Were just discovering that we may have a class action suit

We're just discovering that we may have a class action suit on the landdevelopers that built our area due to mercury poisoning that has cause many illnesses and deaths on my street alone. Question: Due to my sickness, we're leaving state for medical help in Oregon. What would we need to find out while were here; for instance: residences, area businesses' developers, tests done; so when we talk to an attorney he'll take us seriously.

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I was helping my brother in law work on his roof, I lost my

I was helping my brother in law work on his roof, I lost my balance and fell backwards through the roof about 13 feet onto the concrete slab. I fractured the L1, L2, L3 and L4 Transverse Process all on the right side. I hired a local attorney right after the accident, they called me today to discuss the case. They said that the homeowners insurance was not going to accept liability because I voluntarily went up on the roof and that they were not going to go forward with the case. I don't get it, I thought homeowners insurance was supposed to cover accidents; which most of are caused by people putting themselves in that place voluntarily!! I need another opinion, I don't think this is right; I am going to have $7000-$10,000 in medical bills when its all said and done.

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Does personal injury law include lawyers who deal with

Does personal injury law include lawyers who deal with medical malpractice/negligence cases?

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This post if for CalAttorney2 ONLY: Mr., my Memo in

This post if for CalAttorney2 ONLY: Hey, Mr. B, my Memo in Opposition to Defendant's' MSJs is coming along slowly, and reading it I'm growing less pessimistic. Anyway, I just discovered another possible aid: negligence per se. Both defendants are operating as if the written, detailed protocols required by KS law did not exist, so that's one leg of establishing the per se business; the other, though, is a little more difficult: showing that if they had maintained and followed a set of protocols, they would never have ordered me abruptly off prednisone. It's not strong, but it's something. So now, I want to check out the legislative history of the law, K.S.A. 65-1130(d). So what does this mean? History: L. 1983, ch. 206, § 2; L. 1989, ch. 192, § 1; L. 1999, ch. 115, § 1; L. 2011, ch. 114, § 44; Jan. 1, 2012. Can I get to this stuff online? How?

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This query is for CalAttorney2 ONLY: Mr.. I'm still working

This query is for CalAttorney2 ONLY: Mr. B. I'm still working on my memorandum in opposition to defendants' motions for summary judgment. I want to include among my exhibits perhaps a half-dozen treatments of the steroid-adrenal crisis nexus, but the most authoritative books I have are huge, too fat to get a clear copy on the copiers available to me. The controlling pretrial order says “copies of exhibits, including x-rays and medical articles may be used instead of the original, provided they are clearly legible, are not marked or highlighted, and are complete.”If I could afford to buy these books, I could just remove the relevant pages and copy them, but I cannot afford to buy them (and besides, my long-dead mother would rise from her grave and berate me severely). I'm wondering if I can photograph the pages or if I can type out the relevant text on my computer and attach a photograph of the books and the pages, showing enough detail to validate the typed work is an accurate representation. Any ideas?

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A personal injury firm has sent me a retainer

A personal injury firm has sent me a retainer agreement/contract that would provide them with 40% of any settlement/award, regardless of the circumstances (even if the case settled without litigating). I know attorneys determine their own terms (within certain guidelines), but this seems particularly excessive to me. Is it worth 'bartering' the terms, or is it best to just move on? I realize if I don't ask, I won't know - but I find this really off-putting. They're located in another state. Is that typically a factor in expecting a higher percentage? I don't anticipate that the case will involve much travel for my case specifically. They're not the only firm interested, but it would be unfortunate for financial terms between client/attorney to be the deciding factor.

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1. I received a product in 2009 from a State municipality

1. I received a product in 2009 from a State municipality "Power Company"2. The product ended up being defective and caused contamination to my land, however I didnot have knowledge of the contamination until 2013 when a Phase ll environmental surveywas done.3. The power company now claims I am out of my statute of limitation.4. Does the time start to run in 2009 or does it toll to 2013

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