STD Attorney Serving Anaheim, Irvine and All of Orange County
Many of my clients who are concerned about receiving a Sexually Transmitted Disease or STD from another person without advance warning endure intimidation and threats. According to California law (and the laws of most US states) a person with an STD must provide advance notification to all potential romantic partners prior to initiating intimate contact. Failure to do so is a civil violation, and these types of cases can destroy careers. There is a lot on the line for the person who transmitted the STD, and this often results in intimidation and threats to their partner.
The situation usually involves a person of power and means, such as a professional athlete, celebrity, actor or actress, TV personality, or business owner, college professor or member of the clergy. These are people you admire, respect and look up to. Most of my clients describe an exciting beginning to what appeared to be a promising relationship, until they discover that this person has transmitted Herpes, HPV or some other STD.
Hear From Two Actual Clients About Their Journey Through STD Transmission
These are genuine real life clients (not actors) who wanted to share their stories to help others who are facing questions regarding STD transmission, and why it is important to seek help:
When my clients ask about the STD and why the person didn’t warn them, they receive all sorts of intimidation and threats such as:
“It’s your word against mine,” and
“You Can’t Prove I Gave You an STD,” and
“You Got it From Someone Else and Now You’ve Given it to Me.”
In many cases, the situation escalates into less subtle threats such as “I have the best attorneys money can buy, and we will wipe you out,” or worse, outright confrontation and “You’d better NEVER tell anyone you got this from me.”
My STD Clients are Emotionally Torn, Ashamed and often Afraid
This isn’t about making a public spectacle and becoming a tabloid sensation. Most of my STD clients are very upset when we first talk, and struggle to get through the facts of the situation. Their emotions cover everything from shame, embarrassment and anger to hopelessness and fear. How will they ever be able to have a normal life? What impact will this have on relationships in the future?
My name is Rivers J. Morrell, III and I have helped those who are victims of injury for more than 40 years. I have extensive experience in STD related cases, and I am confident that I can be of help. I invite you to call me for a private, confidential and free consultation at (949) 305-1400. You will speak with me personally.
I want to hear your story and then I can share all the tools we can employ to hold your partner accountable for transmitting an STD. We can absolutely prove that they were the source of your infection, and that they knew they were a carrier of the disease. We will put a stop to the lies, intimidation and threats, and move past that to reach a solution that will allow you to take care of yourself, while providing the resources to ensure proper medical treatment and support now and in the future.
An Experienced Wrongful STD Transmission Attorney
Don’t Let Intimidation and Threats Stop You From Contacting an Experienced and Proven STD Attorney Serving Orange County and California
If you are a resident of Orange County, California or a state with laws against STD transmission and have contracted an STD such as Herpes, HPV, HIV AIDS or any other sexually transmitted disease I invite you to call my office and speak with me personally at 949-305-1400. We will talk about your unique situation, and all that I can do to help you. You do not need to be afraid or ashamed, and I will do everything possible to help with your case. I work on a contingency fee basis, so there is no cost to you out of pocket.
If you are more comfortable, you can contact my office to schedule an appointment to meet in person. I have offices in Irvine and Mission Viejo. You have a medical condition that you will unfortunately have to deal with for the rest of your life. My job is to make sure that you have the resources to receive the treatment you need now and in the future, as well as the support needed to work through this challenging time.