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PLF receives many inquiries for assistance and cannot respond to each one individually. We will review each inquiry, and will contact you only if your matter fits within our litigation program. If you do not hear from us within one week, you should contact a private attorney. If your matter is urgent, contact a private attorney as soon as possible, as some legal rights must be pursued promptly.
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