Intimidation in an STD transmission case is quite common, and there is no way you should have to tolerate it. If you were given an STD by a partner who did not tell you they carried an STD prior to intimate contact you can hold them financially responsible. In many cases, especially those where the person who transmits Herpes, HPV or HIV is famous, or a person of wealth or substance, subtle threats or intimidation are used in an attempt to keep you quiet.
“It’s your word against mine.”
“You can’t prove I’m the source.”
“You’ve had other lovers, how can you prove it was me?”
“I have the best lawyers money can buy….”
Don’t listen to intimidation or threats if you have been given an STD without warning. My name is Rivers Morrell, and for more than 40 years I have protected injury victims, including those who have received an STD without advance warning. I can’t tell you how many times during our initial conversation, my clients will share one or more of the threats above. In some cases the intimidation in an STD transmission case can be even worse.
You don’t have to be afraid or tolerate intimidation or threats and it is absolutely possible to prove that someone is the source of your STD infection. In many cases there are lab tests that will tie specific strains of an STD to the originating party. It is also possible to prove how advanced an infection is, proving that one party had the disease before the other, and approximate time frames.
I invite you to review the comments of clients who have been through the nightmare of STD infection. In the beginning there are many fears that can settle into your mind and heart. I invite you to review the strong recommendations of former clients and the legal industry and contact us or call me personally for a free, private and confidential consultation at (949) 305-1400. There is no cost to you out of pocket for my services as we work on a contingency fee basis.
Let’s talk about what has happened, and the unique circumstances of your case. Our work together will help you to have the resources you need to medically address STD related issues, and empower you to move forward more confidently in your life.