I visited a marriage counselor in May 2011 and signed the confidentiality agreement, during a 3 year highly contentious divorce proceeding 100% focused on child custody. In a recent attempt to Modify the custodial agreement, the counselor wrote a declaration for my ex-wife, without my authorization. I am willing to pay for the litigation, not seeking a contingency.
Personal Injury Lawyer
You should start consulting with lawyers (telephone should suffice) to determine your rights, and find an attorney that you would work well with. Make sure you understand his/her fee structure, and what this may cost you before you sign any contract.
Family Law Attorney
This isn't really a medical malpractice claim. It is a breach of confidentiality -- which implicates federal (HIPPA) and state laws. Often times there are statutory damages in addition to actual damages you sustained. I would find an attorney in your area that deals with this type of litigation. Best of luck.
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Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
I agree you should talk with an attorney. The rules regarding confidentiality are very strict and important.