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#1 posted 01-10-2011 02:56 PM

I would like to find one of those guys that files frivolous malpractice. A friend of mine who is an attorney told me if anyone ever had a legitimate suit, I did for the clown that overdosed me on Topamax. I was told by malpractice attorney’s that justice starts at $400k and goes up from there by the time you get the expert witnesses. In the mean time, I can only wonder how many people’s lives that clown has destroyed? The web is full of horror stories about Topamax victims. Another one is Seroquel that ws found to be causing diabetes. It is used for migraine prevention too, but fortunately I got off it in time. No diabetes, just not normal any more. I probably shouldn’t be telling all this, but if nobody does, there will just be more victims who learn the hard way because they trusted their drs.

That got a little off woodworking, in that article in the old Am WW, I was a bit surprised to see you can be held liable for gifts. Guess we had better be careful who we give to and make sure what we make does not have structural integrity issue; ie, don’t make chairs!!

-- Bob in WW ~ "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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