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What Do I Do If My Insurance Company Hires An Attorney?
My House Was Burglarized And Vandalized And After Sending In My List Of Contents They Agreed To Pay For Them And Now They Have Decided To Hire An Attorney. Please Help I Dnt Know What To Do. They Say They Want Us To Go Under Oath Again. Are They Trying To Get Out Of Paying?
EVERY insurance company has STAFF attorneys. They just do.
They didn't "decide to hire an attorney". They've ALWAYS had an attorney on staff.
If they're asking for an examination under oath, it's because they suspect you of committing fraud. If you don't cooperate, they don't have to pay the claim.
Attorney Spelled My Name Wrong On Legal Documents ?
I Received "Notice Of Trial" Documents From Plaintiff's Attorney. They Spelled My Name Wrong. Is This Big Deal? Does Court Go By Case Number?
Nobody does any research. <sigh>
Took me all of 3 minutes to find this:
"The Supreme Court held in Grannis v. Ordean (1914) 234 US 385 at 395, that "even in names, due process of law does not require ideal accuracy. In the spelling and pronunciation of proper names there are no generally accepted standards, and the well-established doctrine of idem sonans...is recognition of this." In that case, a person with the unusual name of Albert Gilfuss ignored the delivery of a summons and court pleadings against "Albert Gilfuss" (presumably typed in all-caps) and the default judgment against him was binding. A similar ruling on a misspelling on an indictment in Faust v. US (1896) 163 US 452. "
Corporate Lawyer, Or Partner Attorney?
What Is The Difference Between A Corporate Lawyer & A Partner Attorney? What Is A Better Career, And What Makes More Money?
Well, the terminology is a bit off.
By "corporate lawyer," I think you mean what's ordinarily called an "in-house lawyer."
An in-house lawyer is an employee of a corporation that's engaged in some business, and generally renders services only to that corporation. Big companies may have dozens, or even hundreds, of in-house lawyers. In-house lawyers are typically paid a salary, sometimes get a bonus, and (at least in some public companies) participate in stock option and other equity compensation plans.
A lawyer who is a "partner" is someone who's a partner in (i.e. a part owner of) a law firm. Law firms are typically made up of anywhere from a few to a hundreds of lawyers, who basically free-lance for whatever clients hire them. The law firm charges its clients fees, typically but not always on a per-hour basis, and (after paying expenses), the partners split the fees among them on some basis, which varies from firm to firm.
What is a better career depends entirely on the lawyer and what's important to him, and also on the company or firm he works for.
Traditionally, the most "high-powered" and financially successful lawyers are partners in firms. However, the relative prestige (and income) of in-house lawyers has been on the rise for several decades. The general counsel (the top in-house lawyer) for a large, public corporation is highly respected and often quite well-paid.
Lawyers in firms typically work more hours, and spend more time hustling around for business and worrying about non-legal things like office rent and employees. In-house lawyers tend to have more of a nine-to-five lifestyle. These are just general tendencies, though, and there are lots and lots of of exceptions.
Other types of lawyers:
- Associates in firms, i.e. lawyers who work for law firms but aren't partners. In the "biglaw" firms, most (often around 75%) of the lawyers are associates. They're paid a salary by the firm, and work under the supervision of partners for the firm's clients. The typical pattern is that young lawyers work as associates for some number of years, and then are offered a partnership (or, more often, not).
- Solo practitioners, who are independent lawyers who aren't part of a firm, and do work for clients for fees. I suppose you could consider these to be partners in extremely small firms.
- Government lawyers.
Just as an aside, "corporate lawyer" is usually used to refer, in a general sense, to the type of work the lawyer does, not who he works for. It's used fairly loosely, but generally refers to someone who works on business transactions, as opposed to litigation or other specialities.
Divorce, Children And Lawyer Strategies?
I Filed For Divorce This Last Monday, My Wife Will Be Served This Coming Friday. My Lawyer Instructed Me To Keep All Commnication With My Wife With Text Messages Or E-Mails. He Instructed Me To Send An E-Mail Yesterday To My Wife Telling Her That I Would Stop By My House Today To Pick Up My Little Girl, Take Her With Me, And Have Her Spend The Night With Me And That I Would Take Her To School Tomorrow. The Instructions Were That If She Did Not Answer To Re-Send The Same E-Mail Today Which I Did. I Still Have Gotten Any Answer And I Must Contact My Lawyer Before I Go Over There. Does Anyone Has Any Idea What Is My Attorney Strategy Here, And What Is He Trying To Accomplish? I Left My Home Voluntarily To Avoid My Wife
Violence Towards Me. Please Help.
Your lawyer said to email her? Okay but hun what happens when she doesn't answer or doesn't check the email?
The lawyer sits at his laptop to much and must get responses immediately and thinks the world is typical of email every second. That is not reality!!!
Text messages she doesn't have to answer either, so therefore you won't see your daughter. WOW! i would call the lawyer back and say NO! I want responses within a reasonable time and with emails and texts it is not being done. Tell him or her that you have to call her. RECORD the conversation, don't let her know though!
If need be, have BOTH lawyers talk if she won't respond to you. I had to do that as well. It worked! I did what my lawyer said as far as that and so did he. Less headaches, less heart ache for our child as well. I hope it all works out and that this precious child of yours is safe and happy.
Seeking Some Legal Advice?
After Just Recently Starting My Own Roofing Company And Posting An Ad On Kijiji I Started To Get Calls From People Offering Me There Services In Regards To Advertising. I Seem To Be Having An Issue With One Of These So Called Adverting Companies In Particular. After A Lengthy Sales Pitch I Told Them That It Was Something I Would Be Interested In, But After Several Issues Regarding Mis-Communication And Pushy Sales People I Pretty Much Told Them To Jam It, That I Would Not Be Using There Services. I Just Received An Invoice In The Mail And After Doing So I Called To Once Again Make It Clear That I Would Not Be Using There Services, According To Them I Have A Legal Obligation. I Literally Hung Up On This Guy Three Times For Him Only To Keep Calling Me Back Threatening Me.. Where Do I Stand On This?
If you never signed anything, you aren't legally bound. It is on them to prove that you have a contract if they sue you. You need to somehow find this company's contact information and the name of the person harassing you. There is a way to find a company's "registered agent". This person can be found by searching your state's taxable entities. Write them a letter and send it certified mail with return receipt making sure to keep a copy for yourself. In this letter, you need to state that facts. State that you have received their invoice and it is in error. Ask them to produce a signed contract or some form of proof that you owe this money. State that until they produce the proper documentation stating that you entered into any contract with them, you will not be paying. Also state that until this documentation is provided to prove your debt to them, that you request that they cease contacting you. Further harassment will result in more extreme measures.
Most likely, they will turn you debt in to a debt collector or try to sue you personally for it. If you are worried about them ruining your credit with a bogus debt collection, visit an attorney for your rights. I'm not an attorney, so other than personal experience, I can't give you "advice".
Divorce And Custody Questions?
Actually Have Three Questions To Ask
# 1 - I Told My Husband I Wanted A Divorce He Told Me I Could Move Out But I Couldn'T Take Our 2 Young Children (3 Yrs Old And 2Yrs Old). Can He Stop Me From Taking Them? Should I Stay Where Until I Talk To A Lawyer First?
# 2 - Do Judges Usually Give Mothers Full Custody?
# 3 - Can He Stop Me From Moving Out Of The Province With Our Children?
We Have Been Married For 5 Years, Own A House And A Business. But I Am Not Seeking Spousal Support Or Child Support Just Want A Clean Break With Some Personal Belongs Of Mine And My Children'S
1) No he can't tell you that you can't take the children but until there is a custody order, he doesn't have to give them back to you if you ever drop them off with him...if you don't drop them off with him, a judge will frown on your behavior because they don't like seeing people play games.....they will do the same to him if he doesn't give the children back.
2) Judges don't always give mothers full custody anymore. Fathers have a lot more rights now days and it's up to the lawyers to fight for their client to see who wins. Full custody will never be taken from the mom as long if she's a good mom but the dad might get 1/2 custody, which I don't agree with but I guess that's what the courts find in the best interest of the child now days.
3) Yes he can stop you from moving out of the province. My divorce paperwork says I have to get permission to leave the state with my child...I'm assuming province means UK? I'm not sure how they do it there so maybe...it depends on what your court paperwork says, I'd ask your lawyer when you get one.
Good luck with the clean break with the children. I hope that works out for you (sarcasm). It didn't workout for me. Now I have my ex husband using my child to harass me.