I am a recipient of every Super Bowl settlement, and I filed my case five years ago. And two months ago it finally settled. However, it has been lie after lie with them. My settlement agreement says the funds have been given to the lawyer, and the firm has indemnified the defense for any medical liens. The lien search company also told me my law firm has the remainder of my settlement, but they (law firm) is telling me they do not. I have had one private insurance company entire life and I have already contacted them and they sent me a document certifying that I have zero liens, also I have NEVER held Medicaid medical or anything besides my ONE INSURER!
*I contacted the firm 6 weeks ago, and was told they would have everything done and my money in my account in 4-weeks. I’m a disabled marine veteran, and detrimentally relied on that statement, and am now about it be evicted. I’ve had two Attorney friends search for liens and they can’t find a thing. I told the law firm I would indemnify them of any liens that come back in my name, after they dispurse, since I have only had my one insurance. They said no and r saying it will take 4wks more at least. Who can I contact to get my $?
You can file a complaint with the State Bar if you think your attorney is being dishonest with you.
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