This qualifies as the weirdest spam I've gotten in years.
I need to reach out to you and get some excellent advice from you on how to handle this dangerous situation that I find myself in.
The attorneys here in Rushlimbaughville, Cape Girardeau, Mo, have frittered my time away, or outright refused to represent me in this open and shut case which has the potential to be a six or seven figure law suit. I must get someone to represent me this week, or I'm going to have to file myself.
I would sincerely appreciate any information you can share with me that would help me get over this hurdle.
The rest below is what I sent out nationwide in search of an attorney. so far I have one in St. Louis who said he would file at the end of the month, and he has yet to send me any papers stating that he is going to represent me. So I'm not to comfortable with him either.
I'm seeking an attorney/attorneys who is/are licensed in the state of MISSOURI to take on a simple auto accident/personal injury case where the woman who ran the red light and broadsided me going around 50 miles per hour has already admitted guilt. If I can make the connection between the car accident and the crippling, mental, and physical diseases, illness that came about right after the accident and has been a part of my life every since, the case may be worth quite a bit more.
I need to know where I go to file this type of case for whatever the attorney deems is a fair amount of damages for what I have suffered. and continue to suffer.
Which is the correct court for this type of lawsuit? Where do I get the paperwork that has to be filled out and submitted? Can I do this to avoid going over the stature of limitations without having an attorney on board?
I have a landmark auto accident case where some very unusual things happened.
He goes on to provide ostensible links to photographs of the cars and closes with this:
I came down with Diabetes just days after the accident along with other mental and physical conditions resulting from the impact of the accident. I have an annual VA physicals from four weeks earlier showing me healthy and having a Glucose level of only 134.
I also found a case ruling from British Columbia where a fellow had a tree fall on his leg and he came down with Diabetes shortly afterwards. Hopefully, these and other evidence I have accumulated will support what I believe to be the cause of my injuries.
Now is that strange or what?Posted by Linkmeister at September 16, 2004 02:04 PM