Loma Linda, CA asked in Civil Litigation for California

Q: Atty forged signature on a fee agreement in Fed Court petition $32k fees

He admitted to the Fed judge after I was awarded Pro Bono atty to help me submitted False Declarations under pen of perj from employees who later admitted to lying. Submitted Declarations about supervisors forging signature of other clients happened regularly for many years.

After one employee was fired she submitted Declarations stating that since she had nothing to lose after losing her job she was going to tell the truth about forgery being regular procedure demanded by supervisor at the Law Firm for many years and done by many employees.

At the OTSC hearing re sanctions the disgruntled employee that had been fired submitted more declaration under pen of perj re illegal and criminal misconduct of the employees and supervisors of law firm on my case and others.

Law Firm ads solicit to mentally ill clientele then he preys on them using disability against them. atty makes over $9Mil in SSDI fees/yr. Refunded my fees. Now what? Need help in Civil Suit! Well documented.

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Kenneth Sisco
Kenneth Sisco
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A: As in any civil suit, one of the elements of a claim is damages. As I understand your question you have already gotten your money back, so unless you can prove other damages, like intentional infliction of emotional distress (very difficult) you don't have any damages, and therefore no case.

But if what you say is true, this guy belongs in prison, and certainly should not be practicing law. At a minimum you should notify the bar association and SSDI.

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