Legal Question in Medical Malpractice in North Carolina

If you've hired a lawyer and you e-mailed them 2 weeks ago and they haven't responded, what does this mean? Are lawyers required to tell you if they arent going to work your case anymore?

Asked on 6/16/13, 10:10 am

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Kenneth Love Ken Love Law
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Yes, attorneys should inform you if they have terminated representation. You mentioned that you e-mailed them. It is possible that your e-mail was never seen (never got to him/her or accidentally deleted before it was read). You really should call this attorney and ask what the status of the matter is.

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6/17/13, 4:40 am

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