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Started by KNOWLEDGEISPOWER_9112 , Oct 31 2013 10:47 PM
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Posted 31 October 2013 - 10:47 PM
In the state of N.J., at the end of litigation of a Civil Suit, what are my Options if I am Not satisfied with the Efforts of my Attorney ?
Through reading the Depositions, I feel my lawyer should of had asked many more Questions, many things were left unclear/unanswered. More Importantly, in regard to the Crucial (Evidential) Documents of this case, that my lawyer claims to have viewed, but does not have in his possession. He claims they were in favor of the defendants. Although my lawyer has supplied me with many of the documents in regards to this case. Am I, Not, Entitled to Every single document, including those that he himself had (Only) viewed ?
My lawyer is requesting that I give him permission to attempt to retrieve a settlement (which he believes,
(if) awarded, won't even amount to the firm's acquired fee's, for the Expert's obtained in this case,) involving my son's death.
I am feeling leery to give him permission to do so, (especially) given the fact that a Surviving Witness of this Tragic Accident, believes that the defendant's claims are False. I have also provided to my lawyer, the names of two/three other people, that also attest to the same False claim.
Although my lawyer initially had been patient with my persistence in the above matter, he now seems to be annoyed, and doesn't appear interested to http://www.wmur.com/news/nh-news/snowboarder-kevin-pearce-trying-to-help-others-after-brain-injury/-/9857858/22844682/-/ph6f2r/-/index.html any of my concerns. I would like to include that even the calculations, that I had received, as used in this accident by the hired Expert, do not appear to be complete, which also has me very concerned, Since our case is pretty much now based on this Expert's Determination.
Though this Firm is very highly Reputable, I suspect that they do not have any prior Experience in regards to this specific type of case.
What Action Should I take at this point, is there a particular Motion I can request?
Also, should this case be dismissed, is there any way to Make Sure that it is Dismissed without Prejudice?
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