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Posted about 4 years ago.

Hi Mr Shiles and Thank -you, you are one of many that say do not delay.. What do you suggest. I have another set of attorneys and call almost everyday. I gave them all plus information they need, I think they are busy.. What do yu think I should say or do Its been almost 2 years now and I most have given out millions of doc's. since. They been reveiwed to death. Can you give me another way of putting a little fire under attorneys butts to start? Thanks Nassau County, NY

Jerry E Shiles
Jerry E Shiles, Trusts Attorney - Oklahoma City, OK
Posted about 4 years ago.

If the attorneys with whom you are talking haven’t done anything in two years, I recommend you do what patients are told to do — get a second opinion. No one wants to waste money, but if things are as bad as you say, a two year delay is long enough. You might tell the attorneys that you need something done within the next two weeks-30 days or you will have to retain someone else. And if you have to go elsewhere, be sure your current attorneys provide you with a detailed list of all they have done and copies of all pertinent information. It may be that this case is so complicated it has taken this long to decide how to proceed, but it is time for something to be done.

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Posted about 4 years ago.

Thanks, I did just that and then are proceeding Thanks Mr Shiles you are too kind