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Monday, April 29, 2013

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Dudek Law Firm, APC

This does not seem quite fair to plaintiffs filing lawsuits against large corporations and insurance companies. Some of these large companies have unlimited funding to battle these lawsuits. Why should a plaintiff not be allowed to borrow any sum of money to fight a legal battle, assuming there is a willing lender?

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