National Be Kind To Lawyers Day 2021 is on Thursday, April 8, 2021: what are some random national days?
Thursday, April 8, 2021 is National Be Kind To Lawyers Day 2021. Celebration! April 13th is National Be Kind To Lawyers Day ... Happy National Be Kind To
For january: Fruitcake Toss Day 3rd, National English Toffee Day the 8th, Penguin Day 22nd, National Compliment Day the 25th, Bald Eagle Appreciation days the 16-18th, Bubble wrap appreciation day 26th
Feb: Adopt a Rescued Rabbit month, Freedom Day 1st, White shirt day the 11th, National Have A Heart Day the 14th, National Gum Drop Day the 15th, Clam Chowder Day the 21st, International Pancake Day the 24th
Mar:Beer Day the 1st, Sherlock Holmes Day 6-8th, Get Over It Day the 8th, Panic Day the 9th, International Ask A Question Day the 14th, World Kidney Day the 10th,International Day of the Seal day 22nd
April: Fresh Florida Tomatoes Month, International Children book Day the 2nd, St. Stupid Day the 1st, World Health Day the 7th, Buddha Day the 8th, National Be kind to a lawyer day 14th, Hairball Awareness day the 17th, Hug an Australian Day 26th
Ok thats all i can think of..oh and THESE ARE OFFICIAL FOR THE YEAR 2009.
I should've just given you the darn link, here:
National Equality March?
The National Equality March is truly national - it happens in many cities across the US on a certain day of the year. (The day is slightly different each year to make it a convenient day of the week.)
There is no age limit on marching, and no nationality limit. The only limit is that you would have to get into the country, which is a legal question better answered in Travel or by a lawyer. The focus of the march is changing American laws to give GBLT people equal civil rights.
There are many Pride marches you might enjoy, and there might be one close to you. Pride marches are more focused on GBLT visibility, community celebration, and public acceptance. In the US and Canada, they are usually in June.
I think you will find it difficult - no matter what attorney you find (if you've had several unwilling to take your case it should be a sign - all cases are not winnable, no matter how much we'd like them to be). The time lapsed since your difficulties is a major hurdle.
I understand your pain - I had a friend who suffered a perforated appendix at the age of 25, and the hospital she was in waited until she'd gone septic to do an operation. Unlike you - she sued immediately - the suit went on for years and years (5, to be specific) and in the end - she received nothing.
She cannot bear children. She had expert witnesses, timely information and an excellent case as well. It doesn't always work out. You should be able to report the doctor(s) to your national/provincial medical board. I hope you filed a complaint with the hospital as well.
Here's a list of law firms specializing in medical malpractice - you may find one to consult with you at no charge: