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    Attorney faded out and didn't respond

    Thank you to everyone here who responded to my post. I didn't know that not meeting with the original attorney contributed to some of this. It sounds like just the email representation arrangement contributed to this. He never saw me in person, and he didn't charge a consult fee, so he had no...
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    Attorney faded out and didn't respond

    Great Questions: I moved 4 hrs away in the same State for other work. Yes, I called the office. I have phone appointments evidenced by "calendy" appointment software that attorney used. Yes, the demand for my case was email. He got my emails he had to respond to the one where I said, "I'm...
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    Attorney faded out and didn't respond

    When I signed the letter of Representation with the contingency fee agreement, then I did engage in a contractual agreement to be represented. The attorney had a fiduciary responsibility to me. You know how EEOC cases require investigations (sometimes). It can take 6, 8 , 12 mos for the...
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    Attorney faded out and didn't respond

    No - I never met the attorney face to face. It was all email exchange. I did not pay the attorney to rep me. The agreement was based on a 30% contingency if a settlement was offered or a 40% contingency if it was litigated.
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    Attorney faded out and didn't respond

    to my emails. State: FL Legal Matter: Employment Law and EEOC I signed a letter of rep with an Employment Law Attorney. The attorney did not respond to my emails. Attorney verbally told me how s/he would proceed with my matter. Attorney did not respond to my emailed questions about the...

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