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    How does Doctor "know" this?
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    [QUOTE=JordanSammi;164961]
    Quote Originally Posted by army judge View Post
    But, your problem would be proving that those medical and/or emotional issues were brought on by the actions of the person you allege.

    I have 2 mental health doctors saying that these symptoms are a direct result of her misbehavior. Her misbahvior as in contanst calling, showing up places, criminal accusations resulting in my aresst and now I have to fight her to not get visitation of my children. I also have NO history of anxiety/medical problems prior to this 9 month situation with this woman.

    Is that irrelevant?
    There you go again, drawing legal conclusions.

    I never used the word "irrelevant", that is a legal conclusion.

    Again, I see no cause of action.

    Besides, if you brought a lawsuit, how do you propose to get the physician's finding into the record?

    You'd have to subpoena him or her, and that ain't easy in a small claims case.

    Evem IF you did bring the suit and prevailed, how do you propose to get paid?

    You won't walk out of court with a check, only a paper saying X owes you money!

    Then you have to collect that money from X.

    If X isn't wealthy, that is almost impossible.

    I suggest, again, that you move on and make a great life for yourself.

    Forget this nonsense and move on!
    U C a physician 4 your medical issues. U should C a lawyer 4 your legal issues!

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    "X" is very wealthy. How does someone "prove" negligent emotional distress? How does anyone win either a IIED or a NIED case, generally speaking?

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    You are not paying attention to AJ are you! Its his opinion (and mine) a legal action will be fruitless and probably cause even further stress. What you need to do is find a way to move on. If you check your PMs I gave a you a source for relief of your emotional issues
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    You created most of the problems you claim to be suffering from. You should have written the whack job off and stayed away years ago. Now you are suffering the outcome of your poor choice. Can you say DRAMA!!! Had you refused to play games years ago, it would not have escalated the way it has.

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    I also see no viable case here.

    (Yes, I actually did wade through it all, too).



    (We can't ALL be wrong, surely?! )

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