I did have the conference call with the attorney, his paralegal, and a nurse yesterday afternoon. I sweated the entire call (literally, I so don’t do well on phones anymore) and here I was trying to talk to three people, answer questions and recall things at the same time! Good thing I rested all day in preparation. It went well, he said he feels I have a case, he’d like to represent me, and, in regards to the how the last lawsuit went, that was unacceptable. Wow.
Heck, at this point, just getting a Brain Injury attorney to listen to my story without telling me I’m more trouble than I’m worth or I don’t have a big enough case is a welcome change, the thought of someone experienced actually representing me, wow. I am pleased, yet with Brain Injury have learned to be cautiously optimistic. I was shocked and almost a little giddy after getting off the phone. Wow.
It felt good to talk to an office with experience in all the little hidden idiosyncrasies of TBI. We do have time as the Statute of Limitations in Washington State is three years. He did say if I didn’t have a Neuro-Psych test for this last accident I will have to do that, and, there will most likely be some traveling involved. Gulp. I don’t even travel for fun, this should be interesting!
Just wanted to share some hopeful news, and I can’t tell you how lovely and refreshing it feels to have hope. 🙂