I have a legitimate legal mal practice case for my grandfather's wrongful death lawsuit. There was millions of dollars paid for the settlement after the lawsuit was filed but I was never paid any money or knew about the case because I was a minor. The documentation proved the Attorney conspired with my grandmother to get all the settlement money, and the Attorney never bothered to contact anyone else, and knew legally my grandmother was not my Guardian, my mom's name was on the case. Based upon how negligent the case was handled, my father's death was never brought up because the plaintiff that was paid was no longer an heir to my father and purposely left his death condition out on the affidavit approved by the attorney. Now my statue of limitations are over.
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