Q: My lawyer filed my lawsuit 8 years ago over a cellulose problem in our house.We have not gone to court yet.
We have been breathing in the cellulose fibers for years.My wife and i are disabled and have copd.How long should it take to go to court?
A: It is very unusual for a case to take 8 years to get to Court. The most congested calendars in New York State, including the Bronx, would still not take 8 years for a case to get to Court. My recommendation would be to call your attorney and schedule an appointment to find out the status of your case. You could also write a letter and request a written response, but I believe the first option is preferable. Good luck.
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