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?We have already settled the worker's compensation case. When I said they were involved I meant that of course they would want to recover some money at the end of this product liability case if in fact we do succeed in obtaining a settlement or winning. Also this case is in WI not RI as that is where the accident occurred.
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