It is possible, but I would really try to find a lawyer with enough time now to do it right, the first time. The first impression you make will impact the liklihood of an earlier settlement. You also need someone who has the time to devote to you matter and communicate more effectively with you.
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I think it would be smart to start....but do not file any pleadings unless having a sit-down with your existing counsel. He may have started the pleading, and if he hasn't, at least you can then protect your best interests and file last second!Ask a similar question
Ask this attorney what his plans are for surviving the S o L. Has he negotiated an interim stand-still agreement? Does he have a standard or existing form pleading that can be filed to toll the SoL? Before taking action in your own untrained hands, lean on this lawyer's skill, experience, and potential accountability.
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Remind your attorney about the Statute, and if he or she doesn't want to represent you, you can always ask that attorney to draft the lawsuit and place your name on it as "attorney pro se" which means you are currently representing yourself, but you need to get someone asap.Ask a similar question
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