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Where Can I Find Japanese Lawyers Here In The Philippines That Can Help Me Sue A Person Who Is In Japan?
I Plan To Sue The Father Of My Child And He'S A Japanese And In Japan.Please Help Me.

Why search for a Japanese lawyer in the Philippines? I do not see the logic of this anyway. The only Japanese lawyers you can find in the Philippines are working with a Japanese company in the Philippines and definitely are NOT allowed to represent you on legal matters regarding family problems.\

You can hire a Filipino lawyer for that matter since you are a Filipino even if the one you will sue is a Japanese personality it doesnot matter. In most cases as representing you in court proceedings you need a lawyer to address the problem to the Japanese Embassy there in the Philippines on how to sue the father which is a Japanese national. This is a protocol to protocol proceedings.

Is This Medical Malpractice?
I Am Seven Months Pregnant And Was Admitted To The Hospital On February 2Nd Because My Ob Told Me That My Baby Looked Too Small. Now, Please Take Into Account That I Am 5'1&Quot; And Before I Was Pregnant I Weighed 85 Pounds And Never Hit Anything Over 96 Pounds, Until Now. The Baby'S Father Is Fairly Small As Well, So They Can'T Expect Two Small People To Make A Huge Baby. Anyway, They Wanted Me To Be Admitted To Monitor My Baby'S Heart Rate. Everything Was Fine Until My Morning Sickness Started And I Started Throwing Up. After I Started Throwing Up, I Was Having Contractions And The Baby'S Heart Rate Would Drop After I Had Them, But Return Back To Normal. This Only Happened When I Threw Up Though. So, Since I Was Throwing Up So Much And The Phenergan That They Gave Me Wasn'T Helping, They Decided To Put Me On An Iv To Help Get Fluids Into My Body, And Also To Give Me Phenergan That Way Instead Of In Pill Form. They Also Were Considering Delivering The Baby Early If Things Didn'T Settle Down. While All This Was Going On They Wouldn'T Let Me Have Any Food Or Even Drink Water, Which Is Perfectly Normal. After The Third Day That I Was There They Managed To Get My Morning Sickness Under Control. I Wasn'T Throwing Up Anymore So They Allowed Me To Have A Liquid Diet And Still Kept The Iv In To Keep Giving Me Fluids. My Arm That Had The Iv In It Had Started To Get Swollen And Sore So I Said Something To One Of My Nurses And She Said It Was Fine So I Didn'T Mention Anything After That. The Contractions Were A Lot Less And The Baby'S Heart Rate Was Stable And Had Remained That Way. Being Seven Months Pregnant It Is Normal To Have A Contraction Here Or There, But They Still Wanted To Monitor The Baby Just In Case Anything Started Happening Again, Which Is Also Perfectly Normal And I Didn'T Care Because I Was Concerned About My Baby. All Of The Nurses That I Had For Those Three Days Were Very Sweet And Treated Me Very Nicely. They Had Given Me An Ultrasound For Every Day That I Was There And Came To The Conclusion That The Growth Of My Baby Was Normal And That It Was Just His Stomach That Wasn'T Growing In Time With The Rest Of Everything Else, Which They Had Already Told Me At A Previous Ob Appointment. On The Fourth Day That I Was There I Was Perfectly Fine And The Baby'S Heart Rate Had Been Stable For Two Days. However, The Iv That Was In My Arm Had Become Very Irritated And Hurt So Bad That I Was Almost In Tears And My Arm Was Swollen To About Twice Its Normal Size. I Had Complained To Two Of My New Nurses About It Several Different Times With A Response Of, &Quot;Oh, It'S Fine, Sweety.&Quot; My Mom, Who Used To Be A Phlebotomist Noticed My Arm And She Too Said Something To One Of My New Nurses, Receiving The Same Response. When It Came Time For Shift Changes I Was Happy To See That I Had Gotten Back One Of The Nurses Who Were Taking Care Of Me When I First Arrived. She Came Into The Room And The First Thing She Said To Me Was That My Arm Looked Awful And That She Was Going To Change The Iv To My Other Arm. They Had Left The Same Iv In The Same Vein For Four Days! I Know The Normal Amount Of Time Is Up To Five Days But After The Third Day My Arm Was Already Swollen And Sore. After The Fifth Day That I Was There They Still Wouldn'T Let Me Leave After Seeing That My Baby'S Heart Rate Had Remained Stable For Three Days And That I Wasn'T Sick Anymore. I Was Even Able To Eat Real Food And Drink Something Besides Water. The Two Nurses Still Wouldn'T Let Me Get Out Of Bed Without One Of Them Being In The Room And They Wouldn'T Even Let Me Be Wheeled Around In A Wheelchair On That Floor Of The Hospital Even Though Two Days Before That I Was Allowed To Be Wheeled Outside To Smoke A Cigarette. I Was Fed Up With The Way I Was Being Treated So I Waited Until Later In That Day When One Of The Nice Nurses Came In For Her Shift And Asked Her To Please Get My Discharge Papers Ready Because I Wanted To Go Home. She Was Really Sweet About Everything When She Let Me Know All The Stuff She Had To Tell Me About Leaving Ama. She Was Really Saddened That I Wanted To Leave And Asked Why So I Told Her About The Other Nurses And How They Had Treated Me. She Apologized, Even Though It Wasn'T Her Fault At All And Handed Me My Papers So I Could Leave. It Has Been Two Weeks Since I'Ve Been Out Of The Hospital And The Vein In My Arm Is Now Very Hard With A Lump In It And Very Painful. The Pain Shoots Throughout My Whole Arm And Is Awful When Anything Touches It. I Looked It Up And It'S Called Superficial Thrombophlebitis. Its Normal After An Iv But Isnt Supposed To Be As Painful As It Is And Is Supposed To Go Away After Two Weeks. It Has Only Gotten Worse And I Am Very Worried. I'Ve Been Told By Four People Now That I Should Get A Hold Of An Attorney To File Medical Malpractice But I Am Not Sure If This Is Right. I Could Really Use Someone&

Medical Malpractice is extremely extremely hard to prove especially when nobody died due to medical neglect. It certainly couldn't hurt to talk to a medical malpractice attorney as most of them should offer you a free consult.

Where Can I Get Low Cost Us Citizenship Legal Help?
My Case Should Have Been Fairly Simple. I Have Been In The Us Since I Was Seven Years Old (Legally People). College Grad And 2 Years Of Grad School. I Sent My (I Thought) Perfect Citizenship Application In On May 28Th. With The Check For $400. I Got It Back In July, The Saturday Before The Price Hike. Ins Claims They Could Not Read The Date On The Check (I Call Bullshit). I Sent My Us Citizenship Application In That Day With A New $400 Check Via Priority Mail. Ins Gets And Cash The Check. So Whats The Problem? Yesterday I Got The Complete Application Back Complete With The Cashed Check Saying That I Needed To Pay The New Fee Of $675. Wtf? No Credit For The Amount They Cashed, No Refund Nothing. Just Asking To Pay The New Fee (Which Is Wrong For All The Above Stated Reasons) On Top Of The $400 They Already Illegally Used For Whatever. Me Thinks It Is Time For A Legal Help. Only Problem Is I Recently Changed Careers And Am Starting At The Bottom And Have No Money

Here is the list of free legal service:
you can go to your congressman office for help. most of them has immigration liaison that handles immigration issues.
Good Luck.

Legal Research Queston About Alr?
How On Earth Do U Find A Topic In The American Law Review?

I start with their index, or what they try to say is an index - topic list. ALR covers very broad topics, so when you get a legal issue you back up in the broad or generalized topic in order to use the ALR.

In the real life of a law firm, you only go to ALR when the legal issue is something you never heard of or something you feel you are weak on. It is useful when you are writing articles for law professors or for 'friend of the court' briefs.

Actually I have never used the ALR since I go my law license.

Obama Was A Lawyer ,What Kind Of Law Did He Practice And What Was His Win Ratio?

Civil Rights lawyer, but not all of his cases involved civil rights.

An elderly person brought a lawsuit against the slum he lived in for a slip and fall injury caused by poor property maintenance...The slumlord hired Obama...Obama got the case dismissed.

He worked on 30 cases in 4 years...That averages out to 7 cases a year.

His case details are listed here:

Out of those 30 cases, he only actually showed up in court for 10 cases in his entire career:

Obama admits he played a mostly behind-the-scenes role at his law firm, Miner Barnhill & Galland. He researched the law, drafted motions, prepared for depositions and did other less glamorous work during his three years full-time and eight years "of counsel" to the firm. Many trial lawyers spend their time similarly, part of a trend over the last 20 years of settling a greater percentage of cases before trial.

A review of the cases Obama worked on during his brief legal career shows he played the "strong, silent type" in court, introducing himself and his client, then stepping aside to let other lawyers do the talking.

Only once did Obama appear before the prestigious 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, where Judge Richard Posner is legendary for tearing into inexperienced lawyers. But Posner knew Obama as a fellow senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School and kept his grilling polite

"I was an associate, and a lot of my work was in the research and writing," Obama told the Sun-Times on Sunday.

"I was one of the better writers. I ended up doing the more cerebral writing, less trial work," Obama added. "That's actually something I regret -- not doing more trial work."

"He wrote lots of substantial memos, but he didn't try any cases," said Judson Miner, a partner in the firm who was Obama's boss.

A search of all the cases in Cook County Circuit Court in which Obama made an appearance since he graduated from Harvard in 1991 shows: Zero.

His practice was confined mainly to federal court in Chicago, where he made formal appearances in only five district court cases and another five in cases before the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals -- a total of 10 cases in his legal career. He was on the winning side of just about all those cases. Miner said there were 30 cases to which Obama contributed in some way.

The Best Military Divorce Attorney In Charleston Sc?
I Am Looking For The Best Military Attorney In Charleston, Sc! Looking For An Agressive, Powerful, Fighter Attorney. Anyone Knows Who That Person Will Be Could You Please Respond. Thank You So Much!

I highly recommend Emily G. Johnston. She has an MBA in finance and recently arbitrated my divorce with a Military spouse - I am a retired military officer - she is located in Mt Pleasant. Two excellent attorneys I retained personally in Charleston were Mary Ann Hall and Douglas Barker. They are smart, strong, appropriately aggressive, rational and honorable people in a business with few of these qualities.

SC follows a percentage formula traditionally even if the FSPA doesn't recommend one in division of pension as marital asset. The FSPA just gives power to the states so you need a good state lawyer, especially in a deep southern state.
Just ensure you're familliar with the 10/10 Rule for allotments - most local attorneys are not but are quick studies. Normally I'd say get a military lawyer but in Charleston everything is word of mouth and "networked" so you definitely want a local Southern name down there.

I was incredibly pleased with the outcome of the case, the details of which are being sealed. Most of my friends and family were astounded by the outcome and extremely pleased with the performance of my attorneys.

Despite incredible odds and huge disadvantages against me in the beginning - It was a stellar outcome and I had excellent counsel.

Good luck.
Whatever you do - do not hire my spouses' attorney - she's a total fighter but a lightweight and will cost you thousands and thousands for every sucker punch she throws.