Communing with Nature: A Guidebook for Enhancing Your Relationship with the Living Earth

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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Nature - 252 pages
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This book is about a malpractice lawsuit filed due to a wrongful death claim. My family was grateful and blessed to have won the maximum amount of damages permissible under Louisiana law.

 

The verdict value of $950,000 was a sizable amount of money, but it in no way provided a scintilla of comfort toward the loss of my father. I would rather forfeit the money award damages to have him alive.

 

It is my sincere desire that you the family, the medical practitioner, the law student or any persons of interest interested in becoming informed and empowered regarding all of their inalienable rights get a revelation by reading this book.

 

Please use this book as a reference and education guide to assist you with getting through the laborious legal process via simplifying the process so that even a layperson can get their hands around the process and make it work in their favor.

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Swanson has been a hiker and backpacker since his youth. He has over 30 years of experience cultivating growth enhancing relationships as a mental health counselor. He is an internationally contributor to the newly emerging field of ecopsychology.

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