Chemtrail Lawsuits Filed in Canada & Elsewhere. Against the government! USA is next.

Dane Wigington took it upon himself to spread the word about chemtrails when his Northwest solar panels simply did not put out according to specs. He then realized the hazy skies and chemtrails, and began his solo campaign to get the word out. He’s now file lawsuit(s).

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Scientists who would like to speak out about the harmful effects of climate engineering (chemtrails) are being threatened and gagged as geoengineering researcher Dane Wigington points out, “U.S. government scientists have no First Amendment protection–none. Now, there is a federal gag order on all National Weather Service and all NOAA employees. How much more obvious is this situation, and they are trying to plug leaks in the ship. We have environmental scientists being fired all over. Canada has let go a huge number of their scientists. Australia has fired 450 of their front line environmental scientists. Why? Because they want to cover up what’s happening any way they can.”

Now, Wigington and others have filed the first of many lawsuits starting with Canada over damage caused by geoengineering (chemtrails). Wigington contends, “They are trying to obscure the severity of what is unfolding from the public for as long as possible. If we don’t take care of what is happening in our skies and environment, nothing else is going to matter. . . . Nothing is going to matter soon. That’s how bad it is. . . . What our government and other governments are doing is to try to hide the magnitude of what is unfolding until the last possible moment, at which time total collapse ensues.”

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Should You Consider Filing An Asbestos Suit?

When filing an asbestos suit it’s best to work with an attorney who has experience filing and winning these types of lawsuits. Since medical research linking asbestos exposure to certain types of lung cancer has been brought into the spotlight by the media, attorneys have been able to successfully argue that companies are held liable for their employees’ sickness due to asbestos. These lawsuits have caused many businesses to file for bankruptcy due to significant settlements.

Many of these cases are class action lawsuits initiated by employees of businesses, or suits brought on by attorneys advertising a particular asbestos lawsuit that covers a certain time period and location. Either way, the field of asbestos litigation has brought about the procurement of asbestos bills and asbestos suit laws that try to regulate the payouts to victims. Many victims will end up in a never ending legal battle if they don’t have the proper attorney or understand how to help their case move through the courts.

Filing the Claim

The first step is to file a claim, and any victim who is suffering an illness due to asbestos exposure is free to initiate litigation. Most often the victim files the claim, but at times it’s a family member or loved one. Common reparations include loss of wages, medical bills, and punitive damages. Family members may also seek damages for wrongful death and funeral costs if the victim passed away from asbestos caused illness.

Choosing the Court and the Litigant

Filing an asbestos suit is more involved than just filling out paperwork and dropping it off at the courthouse. Depending on the severity of the case, a suit could be tried in federal court, state court, or simply handled from a company’s trust fund. An asbestos lawyer would be able to advise plaintiffs on the best course of action.

figuring out who to sue is another important component of the process. While an employee may believe he or she just needs to sue the employer, lawyer may find cause to sue the employer, the people responsible for installing the asbestos material, and the manufacturer of the material. It’s a difficult process when trying to decide who to sue and who is the most negligent.

Burden of Proof

The victim is responsible for providing evidence that the employer exposed them to asbestos. The court will also require proof of medical costs, lost wages due to absence from work, and all other claimed damages. If the evidence is compelling enough, a lawyer may be able to reach an agreement with the defendant without having to go through trial proceedings. This is a common occurrence because it saves companies time and money.

Some cases go to court because the defendant refuses to accept blame for the asbestos exposure. Often, class action lawsuits are handled between the two teams of attorneys. Attorneys who specialize in asbestos cases also have to fight against proposed legislation that aims to do away with large asbestos suit settlements and create a fund that pays victims a set amount. Attorneys must argue that victims deserve more reparations for asbestos related illnesses and seek to keep the victims from being affected by controversial legislation.

For more educational information and articles regarding the process of pursuing Asbestos Suit, go to the premier online resource for Asbestos Lawsuit Settlement information.

David Houston has seen just about every type of lawsuit that can be filed aga

David Houston, co-owner of Barney’s Beanery and co-chair of CALA, has seen just about every type of lawsuit that can be filed in the restaurant business. He sees many attorneys file shakedown lawsuits even when no one has been harmed, and they can be so expensive that they keep businesses from expanding and creating more jobs.
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Process of Filing a Lawsuit

Filing a lawsuit is a long, complex, multi-stage process. If you have ever watched any courtroom movie or television show, then you probably know the language of this process, but the words can sometimes be confusing. In this video, HensonFuerst managing partner David Henson walks you through the stages of a lawsuit and the timeline involved at every step. If you are involved in a lawsuit, or are considering taking legal action, then this video will give you the big-picture overview of what you can expect.

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We talk a lot about filing a lawsuit, but what does that really mean? What’s the process?

Hi, I’m David Henson, Managing partner with HensonFuerst Attorneys. Once the decision is made to file suit in your automobile wreck or other personal injury case, your lawyer leaps into action.

The first major step is to research the applicable laws as they relate to the specific facts of your case. Then, we draft the lawsuit paperwork, which is called the “complaint.” After the complaint is filed at the courthouse, the court issues official notices of the lawsuit, called “summonses.” These summonses and the complaint are sent to the sheriff, who delivers them to the defendants. This part of process, from filing suit to serving the defendants, takes about two to three weeks to complete.

Defendants then have thirty days to file an answer to the complaint, although this is usually extended to sixty days by the defendants’ attorney.

Once the answer is filed, the next step is called “discovery,” which is where each side gets to learn (or “discover”) all of the basic facts of the case. There are typically two parts of discovery: written and oral. Written discovery involves the exchange of written questions known as “interrogatories.” The defense lawyer will send us written questions regarding how the accident occurred, your previous medical history, and your injuries. We also send similar written interrogatories, asking the other parties questions about how the accident happened, eyewitnesses, defenses they may have, etc. Each side has thirty days to answer those interrogatories, but, again, this is usually extended to sixty days.

After the written discovery, the next step is “oral discovery,” when lawyers get to ask questions in person. The lawyers for both sides gather with the plaintiff and defendants to take “depositions,” which are sworn statements, questions answered under oath and then typed into a transcript. We always advise our clients in detail about what to expect during a deposition so they are not taken by surprise during the questioning.

Once depositions are completed, the next step is usually “mediation,” which is a court-ordered process to see if there is any way to avoid going to court. A specially trained mediator works with both sides to open lines of communication and facilitate settlement discussions with the hope that the parties can resolve case on their own. The mediator does not make any binding decisions, but simply determines if there is any room for negotiations within the context of the lawsuit. A great number of cases settle at mediation.

If mediation doesn’t work for your case, then we proceed with the case by picking a trial date, and conducting depositions of witnesses, your treating physicians, and any other people who might have relevant information. Once we have all that information, we can complete preparations to have your case heard in a trial before a judge and a jury.

We tell clients to expect a one-and-a-half to two-year period from the date they file suit until their case goes to trial. Although the attorneys at HensonFuerst try to move each case as quickly as possible, unfortunately, the legal system in North Carolina is complicated, with intricate rules and requirements that keep cases moving slow as molasses. As your attorneys, our job is to move your case as swiftly as possible, while also building your case as strong as possible so that you stand the best chance of being fully compensated for your injuries.
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