My question involves court procedures for the state of: GA
Basically i may be getting sued for breach of a non-solicitation clause. i have spoken to many lawyers who say slim to none chance of me losing this case, but i dont have the money to hire an attorney. my non solicit clause states that i will not provide service to anyone who i previously worked for. the problem is i am a medical provider, and i have worked with basically every insurance company, medicaid, etc. so i would not be able to work for anyone.
so my question is how damaging to a case is defending yourself? and if you lose, can i then hire an attorney and appeal? if i were to find an attorney to provide these services to me, what would be the chances of the plaintiff covering my attorney's fees? thanks for the help