Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will find that there are numerous lawyers in the area that advertise they concentrate on your sort of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it is possible to restrict your research on the right one out of very little time. The initial step is to generate a selection of the lawyers which are listed in your town that specialize in your needs. When you are which makes this list you should only include those that you may have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their website. There you should certainly find just how many years they are practicing plus some general information regarding their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites plus an appropriate volume of experience. You should then take time to check out independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews rather than counting on their overall rating. The information within the reviews will provide you with a solid idea of the way they connect with their customers and the length of time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you should meet up with no less than the last three lawyers who have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you some time to actually evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It really is important to follow most of these steps to actually find a person containing the best degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.
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Where Can I Find Free Legal Consultation From A Real Lawyer?
I Need To Talk To A Lawyer About A Legal Situation, On A Phone Or Through Email. It Is An Issue Of Confusion In The Courts And I Need To Discuss The Matter With A Real Lawyer.
Many attorneys offer free consultations, but usually the attorneys prefer that the meeting take place in person. Since you do not give your location, you should contact your state or local bar association (or entity that licenses attorneys). Many have free lawyer referral services, which will provide you with a free referral to an attorney. Whether that attorney will charge for the consultation is usually up to the attorney.
Attention Attorneys: Law Firms And Medical Marijuana?
I Am Curious About Hiring Policy In Law Firms Regarding The Medical Use Of Marijuana.
1. Is There Drug Testing Prior To Hiring And/Or During Employment?
2. Does The Policy Differ Between Different Firms?
3. If I Was (Hypothetically Speaking, Of Course) Using Marijuana For Medicinal Purposes, Can A Law Firm Find Evidence Of This On Some Registry Or Database?
Per The Subject Line, This Question Is Aimed At Attorneys. If You Are Not An Attorney, Can You Give Me A Credential For Your Knowledge?
Thanks In Advance.
1) Drug testing prior to and during employment is up to the individual employer.
2) Again, see above answer. Some employers may test at the time of the job offer while, some may randomly test during employment while others may not test at all. Again, it depends on the employer as each employer will differ.
3) No, unless you provide them with a release to gain access to medical history etc. If you are a medical user, you should have your card (depending on the state) to provide evidence that you have been authorized to obtain cannabis for medical purposes.
Last year a bill was pushed through to allow users of medical cannabis to be protected from employment termination in California. The governor vetoed the bill, but recommended that more research should be done to provide further information regarding medical cannabis. Shortly after, the governor began to speak about ending prohibition.
In other words, regardless of being a legal medicinal holder you are not protected. The individual employer reserves the right to be the deciding factor. One could assume that most employers would steer clear of this issue do to potential liabilities.
If you want to work for a law firm, I would suggest working for a firm that practices in marijuana laws. You can find lists of law firms who specialize in cannabis laws and defense in hightimes.
You might want to also check out norml.org for further info as I doubt that you will find an answer from an attorney regarding this issue on a public message board.
Legal Advice, Can Anybody Help Me?
The Following Message Was In My Mailbox And I Am Wondering What In The World It Means... Please Help..
United States District Court
For The Eastern District Of Virginia
Navy Federal Credit Union,
Civil No. 3:08-Cv-304 (Rep)
Notice Of A Proposed Class Action Settlement, Final Fairness Hearing And Right To Appear
You Are Not Being Sued. This Is Not An Attorney'S Solicitation.
This Notice Is Sent To You Because The Records Of Navy Federal Credit Union Show That It Received A Credit Application From You Between May 21, 2006 And January 30, 2009, And Navy Federal Denied That Application – Either Directly Or Through A Car Dealer. In Its Denial Letter To You, Navy Federal Stated As The Only Reason For The Denial That Unspecified Information In Your Credit Bureau Report Did Not Meet Navy Federal’S Lending Criteria. The Plaintiff In This Case Sued Alleging That This Violated A Federal Law – The Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Navy Federal Denied That It Violated The Law And Is Prepared To Defend The Content Of Its Denial Letter. To Avoid The Expense And Uncertainty Of Litigation, The Parties Then Reached A Proposed Settlement Of All Such Claims, Including Yours. This Notice Tells You What Rights And Options You Have In This Matter.
Please Read This Notice Carefully, As You Are A Class Member In A Lawsuit And Your Legal Rights May Be Affected By The Proposed Settlement. This Notice Advises You Of Important Facts Regarding A Proposed Class Action Settlement Between You And Other Members, On The One Hand, And Navy Federal On The Other Hand. This Notice Explains The Settlement And Advises You Of Your Rights With Respect To The Settlement. The Statements Made In This Notice Are Not Findings Of The Court.
What This Notice Package Contains
Capitalized Words And Phrases In This Notice Package Indicate Terms That Are Specially Defined In The Stipulation Of Settlement, Which Is Available At Www.Navyfederal.Org/Casesettlement/.
I. Basic Information Page
1. Summary 3
2. What Is This Lawsuit About? 3
3. Why Is This A Class Action? 3
4. Why Did You Receive This Notice Package? 3
5. What Is The Status Of The Lawsuit? 3
6. Will You Have To Give Up Anything If The Stipulation Is Given Final Approval? 4
Ii. Settlement Benefits
7. What Relief Will Be Provided Under The Stipulation? 4
8. Who Will Pay The Costs Of Implementing And Administering The Stipulation? 5
9. How And When Will The Relief Offered Under The Stipulation Be Provided? 5
Iii. Legal Effect Of The Settlement
10. What Am I Giving Up As Part Of The Settlement? 5
11. Can The Parties Change The Terms Of The Settlement? 6
12. Does The Stipulation Have Any Current Legal Effect? 6
Iv. Your Legal Rights And Options
13. What Are Your Options As To The Stipulation? 6
14. If The Stipulation Is Given Final Approval, What Must You Do To Receive Relief? 6
15. What If You Want To Object To The Proposed Stipulation? 7
16. What If You Want To Exclude Yourself From The Settlement? 8
V. The Court'S Final Fairness Hearing
17. Will There Be A Court Hearing About The Stipulation? 8
Vi. Counsel Representing Settlement Class Members
18. Who Are The Attorneys Representing Settlement Class Members? 8
19. How Will Counsel For Settlement Class Members Be Paid? 8
20. Do You Need To Hire Your Own Attorney In Connection With The Stipulation? 9
Vii. Getting More Information
21. Where Can You Get Additional Information? 9
Appendix A ---- Release 10
Appendix B ---- Summary Of Your Legal Rights And Options In This Settlement 12
I. Basic Information
This Is A Proposed Settlement In A Class Action Lawsuit That Could Affect Your Rights. Under This Proposed Settlement, Neither You Nor Other Class Members Will Receive A Cash Payment.
What Is This Lawsuit About?
This Lawsuit Concerns The Content Of The Notice That Navy Federal Provides To Individuals Who Apply For Credit With Navy Federal And Are Denied. Under The Federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act (“Ecoa”), Navy Federal Is Required To Provide A Declined Credit Applicant A Statement Of The Specific Reasons For The Denial. The Plaintiff In This Lawsuit Applied For Credit With Navy Federal And Navy Federal Denied Her Application. Navy Federal Sent Her An Adverse Action Notice That Stated That The Reason For The Denial Was The Existence Of Unspecified Information In Her Credit Bureau Report. Plaintiff Contends That Navy Federal Violated Ecoa By Failing To Identify With Sufficient Specificity The Reason For The Denial.
Navy Federal Denies The Allegations Made Against It. Navy Federal Also Maintains That It Has Fully Complied With All Requirements Of Ecoa And Provided Plaintiff With An Adverse Action Notice Containing Numerous Avenues To Obtain The Specific Reasons For The Denial Of Her Application, Including A Free Copy Of Her Credit Bureau Report, A Toll-Free Number To Contact Navy Federal To Obtain A
After reading through this it appears there was someone who had bad credit and couldn't get a lone so they decided they would get navy federal members to pay for it through some legal action. Essentially we are all part of it and get $1.00 and forfeit any rights to take any further action down the road unless you write to them and request to "opt out" which is what I will be doing after I write this. Who do they think pays for all of these legal fees and incentive rewards? WE DO!! If you want to help then fill out a suggestion box or talk to a branch manager or have this much interest in your credit score in the first place so you wont get denied the loan. Don't sue your own bank. That's just the backwards way our country thinks these days. You and I will get $1.00 now but each member will probably have to pay more then that to cover the cost of this trial settlements and rewards and the only ones who really see any profit are the lawyers, Keyann Gladden, and the Navy and Marine relief fund. I would highly recommend that everyone who receives this and is a bank member "opt out" as per section 16 requests and let Keyann Gladden and her band of merry misfits pay for there own auto's instead of us bank members. I hate when people use me and that's exactly how Keyann Gladden and her lawyers have made me feel. Please reply with any questions or comments and I will have my lawyer look over this document. Perhaps I will write and auto response to "opt out" and post it here in a few days with addresses to respond too. That way all you have to do is copy and paste and mail. Good luck and don't let people try to climb to the top on our backs. We only end up with a face full of mud and the bill.
My Mom Went Into The Hospital To Fix A Hernia And Was Discharged The Same Day. 3 Days Later She Ended Up Back In The Hospital Because During The Hernia Surgery The Dr Knicked Her Bowel. She Then Had A Cholostomy Done By A Diffrent Dr From The Same Practice. 2 Weeks Ago The First Dr Reversed The Ostomy. Now She'S Back In The Hospital Because He Didn'T Stich The Intestines Right And It Leaked Into Her, And She Has A Cholostomy Again. I Think It'S Rediculous That One Dr Operated On The Same Patint Twice And Managed To Screw Up Both Times. Can We Sue Him For Doing This To My Mom
I would get a free consultation from an medical malpractice lawyer and ask him/her, as they will best be able to advise you with this situation.
What a totally devastating thing for her as well as your entire family to have to go through. Please check with an attorney as they will be able to advise you best with this.
I'm so sorry for your mom and your entire family for having to go through such a terrible ordeal.
God Bless you all, I will pray that all turns out will for her.
Good luck with what ever you do!
Is There Any Way To Locate A Retired Lawyer From California?
I Am Trying To Locate An Old Friend Of Mine And Can'T Find Him. I Know His Father Was A Lawyer And Thought Maybe I Could Find Him Through His Parents.
You might try to search for his father's name here
Personal Injury Settlement Recieved As A Minor?
I'M Currently 17 And A Senior In Highschool. My Birthday Is In A Week And I Will Obviously Be Turning 18. When I Was About 8 Years Old I Was In A Car Accident Leaving Me To Suffer With 4 Herniated Discs In My Back. My Mother Filed Suit Against The Middle Aged Male That Hit Us From Behind. My Mother Decided To Keep The Exact Amount Of Money I Was Compensated A Secret From Me All These Years. I Get Along Very Well With My Mother So I'M Assuming She Didn'T Tell Me Because She Wanted Me To Do Well In School And Not Have The Mind-Set Of Relying On The Amount Of Money To Get Me Through Life Instead Of A Good Education.
Due To The Fact That I'M Turning 18 In A Week, I Started To Wonder How Much Money I Was Actually Compensated. So, I Decided To Do My Own Research On The Internet. After Hours Of Searching, I Finally Found The Court Case File And Newspaper Articles. Supposedly I Received $250,000 As A Result Of The Accident.
I Know My Mother Well Enough To Assume That She Would Not Place The Total Amount Of Money In A Simple Savings Account. I Also Know That She Wouldn'T In Any Way Invest All Of It In The Same Place.
Basically My Question Simply Is:
How Do I Find Out For A Fact How Much Money I Recieved? The Money Is Probably Split Up Into Various Investments And More Than Likely It Is Not All In The Same Place. How Do I Find Out Where All My Money Is And Find Out The Numerous Investments That The Money As A Whole Is Divided Up Into? Who Would I Consider Contacting To Find Out All This Information?
Please Do Not Answer With The Following Statements:
1) &Quot;Set Up A Consultation With An Attorney&Quot; *[I Do Not Want To Pay An Attorney To Only Find Out That I Have Approxmently $15,000]
2)&Quot; Just Ask Your Mother, She Will Tell You&Quot;.
*[No Matter What The Situation Is, My Mother Will Not Tell Me The Exact Amount Of Money In Fear That I Will Drop Out Of School And Give Up On College.
Thank You For Your Help And Understanding!
If your mother will not tell you the specifics then when you turn 18 you may actually need to consult an attorney to find out all the details...
Court records can show the amount awarded to you but many times will not show how the money was to be distributed to you.
In many states when a minor is awarded a settlement and it involves that settlement being paid by an insurance company(such as for auto accidents) it is often placed in to an Annuity and divided into payments that begin when the minor turns 18 years old. The Payments can be made annually or they can be large amounts paid at age 18 then again at age 21 and the final full payment at age 24 depending on what the Attorney and the insurance company set up the payments as.
Once you turn 18 you may be able to contact the Attorney that handled the case and find out all the information since the case does pertain to you.