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Personal Injury
by: Lorna

Terry,
Yes, a legal document preparer can help you prepare and help you file documents to sue a major pharmaceutical company. However, I can't imagine why you would want to do that. First, as a pro se litigant you are immediately at a huge disadvantage against a major pharmaceutical company who can afford to employ a staff of attorneys. Pharmaceuticals are big business, and they are sued frequently. Also, since I'm guessing your law suit is based on personal injury, why don't you hire a personal injury attorney? They will generally work on a contingency basis, and you pay no out of pocket at all. The idea is that hiring an attorney will bring you a much higher award that will more than offset the 30-40% he will receive in fees.

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