Sunday, October 9, 2011

The Miller Firm LLC, Garretson, and "YouHaveALawyer" Saiontz & Kirk,P.A. - AstraZeneca Seroquel Litigation - Appeal, The first thing we must do...



Henry The Sixth, Part 2 Act 4, scene 2, 71–78
Dick the butcher, a character no one remembers, utters one of the few memorable lines from the entire three-part Henry the Sixth cycle. Dick's Utopian idea to kill all England's lawyers is his addition to the promises of the traitorous Jack Cade, who envisions a quasi-communistic social revolution, with himself installed as autocrat. Cade alleges that all lawyers do is shuffle parchments back and forth in a systematic attempt to ruin the common people. His demagoguery is simply a calculated appeal to simple folks' longing to be left alone. Yet one may recognize Cade's moral failings and still sympathize with Dick.
In 1987, three Supreme Court Justices convened for a mock trial, in which representatives of the poetaster Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford (1550–1604), challenged Shakespeare's authorship of the plays. The president of American University in Washington, D.C., which sponsored the event, "drew some nervous laughter from the legal contingent in the crowd," the New York Times reported, "when he yielded to the temptation to quote the world's most-quoted English author (whoever he was) by saying, 'The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers. . . .'" Unsurprisingly, the justices ruled in favor of the Bard of Avon.

The Miller Firm LLC, Garretson, and "You Have A Lawyer" Saiontz & Kirk,P.A. - AstraZeneca Seroquel Litigation - Appeal, the first thing we must do...
Once again I have received correspondence from a reliable and trusted anonymous source related to the Seroquel Litigation. It appears while The Miller Firm LLC and the Garretson Resolution Group were sending out threatening intimidation letters to this Seroquel litigant over the disclosure of their  token settlement secret backroom dealings with AstraZeneca; there was a settlement appeals letter sent to them that we may assume they were none to happy about.

My source passed along to me that they had called Saiontz & Kirk P.A. seeking information related a response to the settlement appeals letter that had been sent all the client law firms involved in this settlement proceedings. Saiontz & Kirk,P.A told my source that they had absolutely nothing to do with the Seroquel Litigation @ this juncture, and referred their supposed client to call the The Miller Firm to inquire about any information regarding the Seroquel litigation or settlement appeal letter. 

That’s some invested representative co-counsel, which is taking a nice chunk of 40% of the 40% + Expenses & Fees the lawyers will take from this settlement offer if approved? I can only guess that Saiontz & Kirk are too busy drumming up new clients to sell off to other law firms right now to be concerned about a client they sold to another law firm and subsequently down the proverbial river…. I guess “You Have A Lawyer” really means “You Had A Lawyer - Who Doesn’t Give A Damn”. Let us look at this combined partial list of drug and device case pimping that is occurring from The Miller Firm & Saiontz & Kirk below…


Then my source called those (not so friendly) people over at the The Miller Firm.
Who was put throught to Kate Hamilton that my source shared was curt in her response to their inquirer about the appeals letter…She said it would get passed along to their nurses for review (Obviously Hamilton had either not read the appeals letter or was just sloughing it off as another meaningless client correspondence that would be not taken seriously). Hamilton did state that they “The Miller Firm” would get something out for their client to have posted on “That Blog” (I can only guess Kate is a big fan of this blog) as soon as they can…there must be nothing quite like the warm caring cordial communication feeling a client receives with a firm that is supposed to be representing their “Best Interest”.




But then again Mr. Miller stated in this Reuters News Article ,that the intimidation letter signed by him was not written or sent by him…..Now that’s what you call an exemplary client trust building moment folks…


I can only take a gander that it was one of those “if the pen doesn’t fit you must acquit” or “I never had sex with that women” historical lapse moments…

Below is listed the Miller Firm staff of ten lawyers that are supposedly handling not only 600 plus cases in the Seroquel litigation; but untold numbers of cases in other pharmaceutical & defective product litigation etc... 
 

Readers should really check out their web site miller firm llc …I would hope someone can answer for me how a firm with just ten lawyers can adequately serve and prepare thousands of cases for trial from a myriad of different pharmaceutical and defective product litigation's at the same time: while still continually advertising and taking on clients from other law firms for even more cases…. I would really like to know how the Miller Law Firm pulls off this type of seemingly Herculean task against some of the Biggest Corporations in the world and their mammoth legal teams without taking some precarious short cuts, or by sacrificing their individual clients’ best interest in the process…? 

Of course, when we look at the Seroquel litigation & the settlement documentation they are now marketing to their clients; we can see much more clearly that this appears to be a settle & profit business first and foremost…Clients appear to be little more than damaged human bargaining chips to be tossed around secret backroom gambling tables in their WIN even when we LOSE litigation poker game….high stakes poker without ever the risk of having to ante up…now, if this isn’t an organized posy scheme…I would like to know how else you would define one?
It appears Mr. Miller likes to make lots of video’s where he feeds the public & clients half baked lawyer speak squawking platitudes in broad generalizations that leaves many more questions than real answers to clients; yet when clients actually call the Miller Firm wanting vital & important information regarding their personal litigation…they get a continual run around, a lack of or misinformation; along with substandard & poor quality service, including little or no personal understanding & attention injured clients should expect & deserve from their supposed responsible & professional legal representation…

Can we assume that the next letters theses ambulance/FDA warning chaser law firms will be sending out; will it be a mass mailing dropping any client that don't go along with their huge profitable for the law firm settlement pay day, while leaving those actual injured parties that they had & still have an ethical and professional obligation to serve in the clients' best interest,
will be left without any reasonable semblance of justice or acceptable representation into the foreseeable future?


Just possibly Shakespeare was correct.....

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