Chapter 160, he really intervened
Jackson took Alva back to the hospital, told her to rest, and called an assistant to find him a lawyer.
Half an hour later, Jackson’s phone rang.
He is peeling the fruit.
Hearing her phone ring, she said to Alva, “I’ll take this.”
Alva nodded, “You go.”
Jackson took the phone to the balcony, “How about it, when will the lawyer come?”
“Jackson, I can’t get a lawyer.”
Jackson frowned, “What did you say?”
The assistant sighed, “The lawyer didn’t take this case, and I asked the reason. This case is in Tyler’s hands, that is, Uriah’s. If you want to intervene in this case, you have to go to Uriah.”
Jackson looked into the distance, his knuckles gripping his phone.
He really got involved.
When he was about to hang up the phone, the assistant called him, “Jackson.”
“Is there anything else?”
“I don’t care why you stay in Lake Town now, but I have to remind you that although you became famous at a young age and are very talented on the violin, you can’t be so willful. If you continue like this, you
“Nothing is more important to me now than being around the people I love.”
Jackson hung up the phone.
There are priorities, and for him, the most important thing right now is Alva.
Nothing is more important than her.
Soon, the phone clicked, and the assistant sent a message.
Jackson didn’t look, put his phone in his pocket and turned around to
Alva looked at him, “What’s wrong?”
He doesn’t look very good.
“It’s okay, I have something to deal with. I may not be in the hospital for an hour or two later. You stay in the hospital obediently and don’t go anywhere, you know?”
Alva looked into his eyes, and there was the usual care, care, but there was a hint of solemnity in these emotions.
Jackson leaned over, dropped a kiss on her forehead, and said softly, “I’m going out first.”
Jackson left the room and the relief on Alva’s face disappeared.
She guessed that things should not be easy.
Alva looked out the window at the sky. After a few seconds, she took her phone and dialed a number.
Bella takes care of Uriah in the ward.
For the past two days, she has pushed off her work and is in the hospital just to take care of Uriah.
She will not leave Uriah until she is discharged.
Suddenly, Uriah’s phone rang.
Bella looked at him. Uriah was reading.
Seemingly serious, he didn’t hear the phone ring.
Bella reminded, “Uriah, your phone is ringing.”
Uriah turned the page and said, “Never mind.”
As if he knew who hit him, there was no fluctuation in Zhan’s black
Bella looked at the mobile phone on the bedside table. She was a little curious, what kind of call made him know who called without looking.
Alva frowned as she listened to the words on her cell phone, Sorry, the number you dialed was not answered for the time being.
Uriah didn’t answer.
Did you not hear it or did not answer on purpose?
Alva looked at the black screen and put her phone away for a while.
She prefers to believe that he is deliberately not answering.
Not long after Uriah’s phone went quiet, Bella’s phone rang.
Uriah’s eyes moved slightly, and his eyes fell on her.
Bella took out her phone and saw the name on the screen. A trace of mockery crossed her eyes and said, “Uriah, I’m going out to answer the phone.”