Monday, March 30, 2009

Bastille Day and Severin Beliveau - Retract Award

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Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 4:50 PM
Subject: Bastille Day and Severin Beliveau

Dear Mr. Caillol / Senior Liaison Legal Advisor to Ambassador of France Peirre Vimont,

You should have received information regarding my son's medical malpractice case, which I sent to you a few weeks ago, at

Embassy of France in Washington
4101 Resevoir Road
Washington D.C. NW, 20007

I believe that you should consider retracting the honor which your country bestowed upon Severin Beliveau, partner of the law firm Preti Flaherty... at least until the law firm admits that Attorney Daniel Rapaport acted unethically in asking for summary judgment in my son's medical malpractice case. The clients of the law firm (the physicians who treated my son) admitted in paperwork, filed in Androscoggin Superior Court, that "a valid claim existed to defend." The purpose of summary judgment, I'm sure you're aware, is to weed out frivolous cases which have no merit. Because a judge granted it, inappropriately, we've been unable to get to trial. Attempts to get this matter addressed by the Maine Supreme Court have resulted in more prejudice, and more assaults on our constitutional rights. We've recently asked the justices to reconsider their decision, and grant my son a trial. He continues to have problems with his arm.

Would you please write to the Maine Supreme Court in support of a trial being held in this matter? Their address is:

P.O. Box 368, Portland ME 04112-0368

Sincerely, Paula Michaud

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