After 4 years our lawyers drop on us last week that we shouldn't proceed with our case. It is a complicated case involving many defendants. The lawyers claim our case is worth close to $1,000,000. and we will probably spend about $200,000. on expert witnesses. Our medical insurance company is also listed as a subrugated (?) plaintiff. Workers Compensation is also involved. When we hired them they had a lawyer/engineer who is no longer with them. After they said they wanted to drop the case I did convince them with info I had obtained online to go for a settlement and see what response they got. I would like to contact the original lawyer/engineer for a second opinion. When would it be best to do this?
In response to the workers' compensation portion of your question, you are advised to seek an opinion about the workers' compensation part of your claim as well as the other aspects of your claim. Please feel free to contact my office at 401 273 3000. The lawyers in my office routinely appear before the Rhode Island Workers' Compensation Court. Please let me know if we can be of any assistance. Best of luck.
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