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Old 01-01-2013, 02:29 PM
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One of the reasons I want an attorney beside everything in my yard is dead, is responsibility. I didn't make this toxic mess and I shouldn't be the responsible one. The way I read it now is Dupont gave me the option of a settlement (that didn't cover my damage) and when I signed, I agreed that they weren't responsible and their liablility ended. I still think we are seeing the tip of the damage. At least with the oil spill, we saw BP step in and try to make it right.

I tried to work with Dupont, hoping they would do the right thing but after being ignored and alot of emotional grief, I saw they didn't care. I need someone to protect me and to put my best interests first.
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