You may be asking yourself “Why file a Sexually Transmitted Disease or STD Lawsuit?” “What possible good could come from that?”
My name is Rivers Morrell and after more than 40 years of experience in STD transmission cases I know how hopeless and empty you feel right now but I also know I can help.
For example, a client came to our law firm recently with a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD), which she had contracted from a partner. She had contacted our office well beyond the applicable statute of limitations.
However, I spoke with her extensively in a private, confidential and free consultation and ultimately in my office. After we spent some time with her gathering facts we conducted extensive legal research and found a case and a statute that held that if there were some payments made by the partner, to the client, then the statute of limitations was tolled. That is, we could still file the lawsuit after the statute of limitations had run.
We therefore carefully drafted a complaint alleging that the payments were made as part of her claim. The defendants filed a motion asking the court to throw out the case because it was filed beyond the applicable time frame. The court agreed with our position, and denied the motion brought by the Defendant.
I can’t tell you how many times my STD transmission clients have told me they’ve spoken with several other attorneys who told them there was nothing which could be done.
I invite you to watch this video created by two of our actual former STD transmission clients who wanted to help others who are facing transmission. Learn the answer to your questions “Why file a Sexually Transmitted Disease or STD Lawsuit?” “What possible good could come from that?”
I also invite you to review the strong recommendations of former clients and the legal industry and contact me or call to speak with me personally for a private, confidential and free consultation at 949-305-1400. Learn more about all we’ve been able to do to help those who have been transmitted an STD by a person of substance.