I received an e-mail today from a lawyer that needs an opinion from a “Mold Expert” in Dorval, Quebec. Anyone that would like his info please e-mail me.
A lawyer looking for an expert opinion could be a dangerous thing!
I don’t know about dangerous, but I can see the expert also being an expert in court.
Mario, I thought you are a CMI - Certified Mold Inspector?:roll: Besides, the lawyer will, probably, pay your expenses:mrgreen:
I am a CMI but…I’m leaving on the 11th for 2 weeks [Mexico] and this Lawyer is in Montreal can’t do both my friend. Give him a call Yuri all he wants is for someone to read a report and quite possibly testify!! And I’m sure a least one visit to Montreal.
Thanks, but… NO Thanks!:twisted:
I don’t blame you!!
For your info.
** [Derosa v. Horning](http://www.canlii.org/bc/cas/bcsc/2001/2001bcsc1670.html) ** ([highlight terms](http://www.canlii.org/eliisa/highlight.do;jsessionid=25C816DED036F40C0249E3C593AFC0D7?path=%2fbc%2fcas%2fbcsc%2f2001%2f2001bcsc1670.html&language=en&query=%22DeRosa%22)) **Citation :** 2001 BCSC 1670 **Date:** November 30, 2001 **Language:** en [British Columbia](http://www.canlii.org/bc/) > [Supreme Court of British Columbia](http://www.canlii.org/bc/cas/bcsc/)
Maybe the lawyer hasn’t seen this case. Can I invoice the lawyer for research time?