Q: My elevator injury was July 26, 2021. Should I be concerned the way I am at this point?
I can prove breach of contract, personal injury, and tortious interference for 2 companies who were my former employer’s (Shelby County Government) third-party administrators. These are the CorVel Corporation and CONCERN Employee Assistance Program (EAP). As follows:
I, the future plaintiff, had a contract with a third party;
The defendants, CorVel Corporation and CONCERN Employee Assistance Program (EAP) knew about the contract at the time of the alleged interference;
The defendants interfered intentionally;
The interference was improper;
The defendant’s conduct led to a breach of the contract (terms of service); and
I, the future plaintiff suffered damage (terminated from employment/treatment with permanent disability) as a result.
So, I might have to do my thing alone for the CorVel Corporation and CONCERN Employee Assistance Program (EAP). I’m not getting any legal counsel/help responses. I’ve tried for 3 months now.
A: Not sure of your asserted Causes of Actions. But the personal injury claim has a 1 year SOL, so you must hire an attorney fast. Potential property torts would be 3 years.
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