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I've had attorneys acknowledge the merrit of this case but opt out since they need the vehicle (salvaged long ago by the insurance company). So there goes professional representation.
You're summary of life's challenges are moreso for someone dealing with PTSD. I'm far from that. Here we have a person who became aware of a design fault he was able to predict and experience, left with the responsibility of ensuring its addressed before others die from it. That's a big difference, especially when it's as obvious as rear head injuries during a head-on collision.
Since we live in a world of vile God fearless animals, and some international corporations are no different, my form of justice will be public. If the crash test proves that I did not experience a mechanical failure, and MB does not adhere to FMVSS208, then their animal will be caged finally. And I will get to move on with the rest of my life finally (already am, but with a series of ball and chains still attached). If they still refuse to acknowledge the force of acceleration, then you'll see man grind an axe and finally apply as much harm to an international corporation as they willfully chose to apply to me, in direct proportion. Hopefully it doesn't come to that, but I sure won't hesitate if they still act like brats refusing to acknowledge acceleration once the crash test is available. Until then they will milk me, afterwards, I'll wrench them into basic elemental decency. My travels to their court dates and crash test arrangements are finally being leveraged to grow my business. Which involve worldwide customers who are aware enough to acknowledge the force of acceleration. Publication worldwide will be very easy on the day MB hesitates.
Last edited by virage105; 09-14-2011 at 11:20 AM.