just a blog. about my life.
They do suck. Obviously, sometimes emergencies come up, and you have to drop everything to do it. But you at least deserve to know that. I am so good at getting back to people right away, that once I didn't respond to an e-mail until the next day (b/c I had no update), and the client actually called the front desk to ask if I was okay, because "she always gets back to me right away."And, he's doing this for you on a contingency, so if he has paying clients, he will always bump them to the top. He needs to make sure he doesn't let the statute of limitations expire, b/c then you could sue him for malpractice, but the paying client will come out on top every single time..
Amy-where can I find out the statute of limitations on that? I looked on-line but can't find anything....
Oh, it's in the online statutes, but it's not always called statute of limitations. You have at least a year, so no need to worry yet.
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