Valley Fever Legal Action
You may feel as we do at Valley Fever Survivor, that Arizona has been irresponsible and has withheld vital information from its visitors. The State of Arizona continues to keep information about Valley Fever off their travel brochures and other promotional materials to entice people to move to and visit their state. If you visited Arizona, took a job there, retired, or went to school there, and wish to sue the state because you were infected with cocci, please note there is a 180 day statute of limitations from the moment you learned your infection was diagnosed.
There have already been successful lawsuits against companies that have employees in endemic regions where they were infected with cocci. Perhaps it is time the state was forced to take responsibility for keeping Valley Fever a "local secret." Please email us if you are considering such a lawsuit and have an attorney, as we believe we might be able to provide the necessary information to help your attorney prosecute a successful case.
Do you feel that you contracted Valley Fever due to A) your job (whether you live in an endemic area like Arizona or California or traveled there as a part of your job) or due to B) construction nearby your home, school or place of work or C) desert jeep tours or similar dusty activities? If that was within the past 365 days and you have an attorney, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Perhaps if people take legal action against the endemic states for their infections, it will be more costly for the states to withhold the painful truth about this disease than to fund the vaccine and cure.
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