I was injured at a timeshare and contacted a law firm to handle my case. They informed me of a conflict of interest and referred me to another firm. It is now a year and thousands of dollars in medical bills later and the lawyer I retained says that the company I am trying to sue does not settle and that he does not have time to take my case to trial. Now I am still hurt and stuck with medical bills that I am unable to pay plus attorney fees. I have a bullet in my neck and am considered high risk for surgery. Is it true that you must have surgery following an accident in order to file a lawsuit?
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