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Asked on: 10/28/10, 9:09 pm

I was coerced into accepting a rediculous settlement in a P.I.suit. . Attorney got disbarred in middle of case-never told me. Instead, hides behind the lie of "retiring". I was tricked into accepting his partner as substitute, who pretty much threw the case under the bus. I never got the medical care scheduled, so, do I have recourse, even after the 1 year statute (or is it 4 years?) has passed? I wasn't allowed to keep my medical equipment (which was part of the settlement) , and my medical bills were NOT paid as promised. Aren't attorneys required to notify clients in writing if they can't practice law, for god's sake?

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