Finding A Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in the area that advertise that they concentrate on your kind of case. This could make the process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the tips below it will be easy to restrict your search to the right one in almost no time. The first step is to create a selection of the lawyers which can be listed in your area focusing on your needs. While you are causeing this to be list you need to only include those that you have a great vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down through taking a bit of time evaluating their website. There you will be able to find just how many years they are practicing and some general information about their success rates. At this time your list needs to have shrunken further to people that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate volume of experience. You ought to then spend some time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you browse the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The details within the reviews will provide you with a concept of the way they connect to their clients and the time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, it is advisable to talk with at the very least the final three lawyers who have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with time to actually evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It can be imperative that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you hire a company containing the right degree of experience to obtain the very best outcome.
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If Someone Is Charged With A Crime That Does Not Directly Related Their Employment, Should They Tell Their Employer About The Situation Or Wait And Let Them Confront You About It?
In some jobs, if you provide a criminal record check or legally have to have a clean record to work there, you will usually be required to disclose this information- you often sign something saying that you undertake to inform the employer if you face any new criminal charges.
Apart from that, though, the only reason to tell them would be to explain any absences (e.g. at court) or if it was so high-profile that people were going to find out. I wouldn't just tell them for the sake of telling them, though.
Personal Injury Settlement...Need Advice??!!?
I Was Informed By The At Fault Party's Insurance Company They Have The States Minimum Of 25,000(Bi) Stated On Their Policy But That Is Not The States Maximum. Their Pip Was 10,000 And That Will Only Cover Part Of My Medical Bills. Can I Go After The Maximum Because The 25,000 Will Not Cover Everything That I Lost Due To The Accident. If That Happens Will Their Insurance Company Then Go After The Policy Holder To Have Them Pay Them Back. I Do Have Underinsured On My Policy, But This Is Family And I Don't Want My Insurance Company To Go After Them. They Are A Young Couple That Does Not Have A Lot Of Assets. 401K, 2 Vehicles They Are Paying On And Some Other Small Assets. Do I Just Have To Eat It And Pay For Something That Was Not My Fault. Out Of Work For Over A Month. Permanent Injuries And Multiple Facial And Bodily Scars And Other Out-Of-Pocket Expenses. I Don't Want To Get Rich, I Just Want Everything Paid Off. I Don't Think I Am Entitled To Pay A Dime Since I Was Not At Fault. I Don't Think My Life And Finance Be Put On Hold Because Of This, But At The Same Time I Don't Want To Lose The Relationship I Have With My Brother And His Wife. The Accident Happened In Wa.
There is no such thing as a minimum and a maximum on an auto policy.
The states minimum limit is a requirement by the state that says each driver in the state must have at least this amount of insurance.
The bodily injury liability limit reads as a fraction. Here's how the fraction reads: 25/50. The first 25 (25,000) means that the most they can pay to any one person - regardless of the severity of the injury - is 25,000. The 50,000 is the most they can pay for all injuries in the accident.
That means - if their driver causes an accident and wipes out a bus full of nuns - killing all of them - the most that the estate for any one nun can get is 25,000. The most that can be paid for all the claims -- for all the nuns-- is a total of 50,000. Obviously, this is an extreme example, but you get the point.
If the at fault party has a policy limit of 25,000-- that is the maximum amount the insurance company can pay. This amount is based on the amount of insurance their customer purchased. Higher limits are available - but if their customer only purchased 25/50 limits - then 25K is the max payable under the policy.
Now, in if you have an auto policy of your own - and you have a Under-Insured Motorist coverage on your policy - you may be able to file a claim against that to pick up where the at fault parties insurance ran out. The purpose of Under-Insured Motorist coverage is to kick in when you are injured and your claim exceeds the limits of the at fault parties liability coverage.
You should go sit down with your insurance agent. They can help you determine if you have Under-Insured Motorist coverage and if so, help you file the claim.
** this is general information. I do not have first hand knowledge of WA law. Not legal advice.
What Type Of Lawyer Should I Be?
I'M 13 Years Old And I Have Been Wanting To Be A Lawyer Since I Was 7 Years Old. Now I Really Want Some Advice On What Type Of Lawyer I Should Be. I Want To Make A Good Amount Of Money, I'M Not Looking For Anything Like Crazy Over 6 Figures, But I Want At Most A 100K Paying Job. Something That I Can Live Very Comfortable Off Of. Can Someone Also Explain How Many Years Of School I Have To Go Through. One Of The Options I Was Considering Is Litigation, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, And My Dad Has Recommended A Tax Type Of Lawyer. I Really Would Love To Deal With Real Estate, But I Also Want To Do Something Like Litigation. Please Help Me Out. Thanks!
P.S. I'M A Boy Also, I'M Just On My Mom'S Account.
Yeah, money doesn't follow doing what you love. Biggest pile of horsecrap to ever come out of the '60s. Money comes from doing something that's in demand and hard to learn. Happiness comes from doing something you enjoy and can square with your values system. A great job combines those two.
Specializing in law can be controlled to a certain measure by on your college degree and the courses you take in law school, but even then, some firms will stick you where they need you regardless of your formal education. Your total education will take at least 7 years, but some specialties like tax prefer their candidates to have LLMs, which is basically a master's degree for lawyers. That is an additional year.
Bankruptcy is a dying industry, thanks to laws passed to protect banks and lenders back in 2005. Real estate isn't in big demand, though every lawyer needs to know the basics of it. It gets tied into a lot of other branches of practice. Litigation is a general term for courtroom practice, and it can encompass everything from standard-issue car wreck cases to multi-million dollar pharmaceutical class action lawsuits. Speaking as a tax accountant and lawyer, tax is a good challenge, and you're much more likely to find reasonable employment, either in an accounting firm, law firm, or business.
Things might change by the time you're ready to go to law school, but right now finding a job is rather hard for most new law school grads. Do well in every phase of school, as the better your grades are, the better school you can get into. That will affect your employment prospects substantially. Also, don't waste your college education on a useless degree like political science or English. There is no pre-law degree, so choose something that is independently useful. I strongly suggest accounting or finance if you're leaning toward a business-oriented practice, but engineering is another great choice. Just try to take electives that help with critical thinking and writing.
Can An &Quot;Inexperienced&Quot; Lawyer Start A Law Firm By Himself?
My Brother Has An Undergraduate Degree In Accounting And Went To Law School And Of Course Passed The Bar. He Is Planning On Starting His Own Law Firm (It Will Be Specialized In &Quot;Debt Relief&Quot;, But General Practice As Well). Will He Have A Hard Time?
Yes, he'll have a hard time. First, he'll need to learn the material necessary to practice that type of law - and that's not something he learned in either law school or bar review.
Second, he'll need to bring in clients - and that can be an almost full time job on its own.
Third, he'll have to service those clients - something that's not easy for any lawyer practicing solo.
Finally, he should learn that in some states use of the word "specialized" is prohibited unless he actually has some form of certification as a specialist.
Anywhere Online I Can Get Free Legal Advice?
Thanks In Advance :)
There are quite a lot of places you can get advice from - for free - all you need to do is run a search in Google or Yahoo!
Although I've never used the service you can try http://www.worldlawdirect.com/
They seem to have offices in quite a few countries, so hopefully this will help you :)
Can A Juvenile Be Convicted With Only A Confession He Mad As Evidence?
Can A Juvenile Be Convicted Of A Crime If He Said He Did It In A Interview And Then Said He Didnt Do It With The Confession As The Only Evidence
Juvenile law is different from adult law in that no jury hears the case and judges the defendant. Juvenile cases, unless the kid is being tried as an adult, are heard only by the judge, and the judge decides the case and the sentencing. If a kid confesses something, and then retracts the confession it would be up to the judge to decide if the confession was accurate, or perhaps coerced, in which case the confession may not stand.