Saturday, February 6, 2010
As soon as I realized I'd also been seriously conned by the Boerne lawyer and investigators as well as Ed Hodges and his people, I began contacting prominent personal injury law firms in San Antonio asking for their help. Most of these either refused to talk to me or said they had conflicts of interest, but I did receive the referral shown here from one major firm. I was surprised by this referral because the lawyer they told me to call was quite young, was in a small practice (one partner), and was someone I knew nothing about.
Since I was desperate to find proper legal representation, I decided to talk to this lawyer and see what he said. I called and made an appointment, but as I was driving down to meet with him, one of the Boerne p.i.s I'd been having problems with (the former FBI agent) suddenly pulled up right next to me, made sure I'd seen him, and sped off at the next exit as documented in my log book and shown here.
When I arrived at the lawyer's San Antonio office and met with him, he seemed nervous and was hesitant about taking my case, especially when I started showing him how much documentation I had. As I was leaving, he introduced me to his partner in the hallway. The partner seemed more interested in helping me and gave me his business card. They both said they wanted to discuss our situation between themselves before they decided anything, and they said they'd call me later. I waited for their call, but when it didn't come, I called them back and was told they'd decided they couldn't help me.
Later, I learned that the son of my ex-husband's divorce lawyer (who is about the same age as the two I met with) is an attorney who offices in the same building as these two. Furthermore, it turns out these two are close friends of his.