hi i am a victim of a utah school which i suffered a back injury. I had major back spinal surgery one year after leaving. I have around 50 documented pcs restraints. Still surffering recently went to doctor for check up found tumor - Thinking related to all the commercial dish washing chemicals They exposed me .. Many different issues. emotional trauma. ( I am from california btw) Person died there in 2009 6 months after I left.
Personal Injury Lawyer
As this injury arose in Utah, I believe a Utah personal injury attorney would be the best resource to reach out to for information. The rules that govern consumers' rights are different in Utah than California.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
I agree with Attorney Lazarus. Consult with a Utah personal injury attorney as soon as possible. I'm sorry you have had to go through this.
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Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney
If you have a claim, it sounds like you would need to pursue it in Utah, since that's where the injury occurred and where the defendant is located. You need to get in touch with a Utah personal injury attorney to find out your rights and discuss the viability of your claim.
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