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    So You Think You Need A Lawyer

    "I'll start by saying that this is one of the most emotional books I've read". "The first thing I liked about the book was how the author used Ann Marie's heartbreaking story to relate to readers". "Overall, reading So You Think You Need A Lawyer was a bittersweet experience. I am very pleased about the book's execution, but I'm very sad about the treatment of the victims mentioned in the book".
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    A Courageous Battle For Justice

    If you have a relative or friend who has suffered a brain injury, So You Think You Need A Lawyer, is a MUST READ. The story reveals dark and ugly injustices imposed on those with an acquired brain injury by the legal system which defy belief. Find out what the appeal to the Justice Minister achieved. I found the story to present many disturbing realities but it was totally absorbing.
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    So You Think You Need A Lawyer

    An unbelievable story that tells it as it is! After sustaining a brain injury in a not-at-fault car accident and then getting "screwed" by the legal system not once, not twice but 4 times over the next couple of decades, it represents an evil miscarriage of justice. More recently, the Provincial Health Authority denied and lied about medical records which are vital in the search for the biological child. It is another example of the deny, delay and defend principle expertly applied by the "public service" institutions. The story is true, the outcomes were devastating but Ann remains committed to advance the cause of the brain injured. See website: acquiredbraininjuryawareness.com Recommended for all drivers at risk for an accident!
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