<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, Verdana">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by maritimelaw:
There are many attorneys who handle aviation crashes. Martindale Hubbell is only one source of information to find a firm that practices aviation injury law. Know this that some states have only a one year statute of limitation. If you are affected by such an issue make sure you contact an attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. The isurance company will string you along and after the time runs on the statute of limitation and a suit has not been filed you will be forever prohibited from recovering damages for the loss you have suffered. AttorneyPages .com is another source for aviation attorneys.
Kevin Griffin, Esquire
Very good Kevin. You've "solicited" without openly saying it. We would all like clients, but we don't use "quiet" tricks to do so; i.e., although you have suggested "Attorneys.com" you have also placed your web page in your response, which just happens to say what you didn't openly say. It is so transparent that the only reason you answered this gentleman, was so you would have a place to put your web page address, which appears to "change" depending on the Board, and the problem you are responding to. Please read the rules of this Bulletin Board and the Florida Rule of Professional Conduct, Rule 4-7.2, et seq.; i.e., this person's post is not more than 30 days old. I would ask that this person find a terrific law firm as "Lawrat" has suggested. How's that for "quietly" saying he shouldn't contact you?
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[This message has been edited by I AM ALWAYS LIABLE (edited April 13, 2000).]