The only thing I am going to say to you is this, if your attorney can't figure out ahead of time a ball park estimate on what it's going to cost him to try your case and determine if it would be feasible to do so, then you probably shouldn't hire him to begin with. Most good experienced attorneys will tell you at your first meeting whether or not you have a case for one, and secondly if he's willing to take it on.<quoted text>You are absolutely 100 % correct about the cost of a personal injury attorney. The key is can he win the case. Now go ask John Toscas he is a personal injury attorney. He will educate you and tell you the same thing my brother said. If there is no scientific proof at this time linking the water to any cancer who do you think would have to pay for the experts to try and prove the water caused any type of damages. Why it is the attorney that is who. Now if he does not believe he can win the case do you actually believe the attorney is going to foot the bill for experts? No. Unless it is a slam dunk case.
So a little advice. Unless you know what you are talking about you may want to not post your own opinion as fact. After all attorneys are out to make money. And if they do not believe it is a slam dunk win they would not take the case for free. If you wanted to foot the bill to hire the experts needed to try and link the water to illness then they may take the case because they are out no money. That is how it works in the real world. After all attorneys are out to make money and lots of it.
The lawyers already involved will try and offer up some type of settlement to the village so they can make some money on this deal. That was already done with several dozen plaintiffs last year. I am sure with all of your vast knowledge you already knew that. All that was stated, go ask John Toscas if any of it is untrue. He will tell you no it is all true and factual.
Yes the people who are responsible should be held accountable. Two people have already been convicted. Letís see where the justice system takes us now. And that my friend is no bullsh*t.
My son was misdiagnosed as a young boy with a disease that was treated with mind altering drugs by some quack doctor. My son took these drugs for almost 4 years unnecessarily. We found out my son didn't actually have this disease, he had something that didn't require treatment with controlled substances. My son's health was at risk because of this. I talked to 3 different attorneys about what happened to my son...none of them would take my case. You know why they wouldn't? It's because there was no medical test available to prove whether my son actually had that disease or not. It was just the doctors opinion is how he was diagnosed. I was referred to this doctor through the school he attended. I trusted the school and the doctor, but they both failed my son. I have 3 attorneys in my family and 2 nephews that are attending law school, so let me give you a little advice. When you make a statement that is incorrect, someone else corrects you and then you tell that person you are absolutely 100% correct, you might not want to state your opinion as fact, just saying.