You need to have a face to face meeting with your attorney ASAP to discuss in detail the progress of your case.
This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.
You might want to get a 2nd opinion from another lawyer. Some personal injury attorneys, like at my office, provide free initial consultations. I see you are in Tooele. Our office is on Redwood Road in South Jordan. (801) 495-4104.
The items I discussed above are for information and not to be relied upon. You should talk with an attorney.
Anything is possible, but I doubt it. You mshould set an appt with the atty and ask what is happening and for a time line and cost estimate going forward. If he wont meet with you or youre not satisfied with his answers/plan, look for another atty.
It's unfortunate that you do not have any apparent trust in your attorney. This probably is due to a lack of any consistent communication. I suggest that you contact your attorney's office and ask to have a face-to-face meeting within the next 10 days to discuss the status of your claim. If you do not receive a satisfactory response to your request for a face-to-face meeting, you may wish to file a complaint with the State Bar and/or consider changing attorneys.
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It is not likely that your attorney represents you and your neighbor's insurance company. It is more likely he is either doing lots of work and not informing you, or is not doing much, if any, work because he is too busy. Get an appointment to meet with him right away. If you are not satisfied with the work he is doing, discharge him and get a new attorney right away.
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