Finding An Experienced Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will notice that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can specialize in your kind of case. This could make the entire process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be easy to define your research to the right one in very little time. The initial step is to create a set of the lawyers that are listed in the area focusing on your situation. While you are which makes this list you need to only include those which you have a good vibe about based upon their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down if you take a while evaluating their website. There you will be able to find the amount of years they have been practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this stage your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you just felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You need to then make time to look up independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure to read the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The data within the reviews gives you a solid idea of the direction they communicate with their customers and the time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, it is advisable to talk with at least the last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with the time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It really is imperative that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you find someone that has the best measure of experience to obtain the perfect outcome.
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How Do I Settle An Auto Accident Without A Lawyer? How Much Should I Expect?
One Year Ago I Was In An Auto Accident. My Friend Was Driving Apparently To Slow For The Driver Behind Us And Was We Started To Pull Into A Parking Lot They Decided To Speed Up And Try To Pass Us By Using The Sidewalk. We Were Hit At My Door And I Was Turned Looking At My Friend In The Back Seat. The Police Cited Her And Her Ins Has Accepted 100% Fault. I Went To The Er For Head (I Hit The Door Window) And Neck Pain And Fallowed Up With My Doc. Since Then I Have Had 3 Months Pt (He Said He Could Not Fix Me) And Still See The Chiro. I Had 2 Mri, Cat And Several X-Rays. I Was Placed On Medications Including: Valium, Percocet And Oxycodone Initially But After A Week Asked For Something Weaker And Went To Hydrocodone Which Still Left Me Sleepy So I Went To Ibfrofin 800, Meloxican And Skelaxin. Seen A Back Specialist Too. All Agree With My Doctor That My Si Joint Is Messed Up And My Chiro Put My Back At 20% Permanently Damaged And Will Need To See Him Once A Month Forever My Bills Are About 9,000. I Don'T Want A Lawyer To Take Money From My Pain So I Don'T Want To Have One. Now That It Has Been A Year And My Doctors Say I Am As Good As I Am Going To Get I Was To Settle. What Should I Do? Is There A Form I Can Give My Doctors To Fill Out?
Also I Was 12 Weeks Pregnant And Ended Up Having Him At 22 Weeks In Which He Died Right After Birth. With Everything That Happen The Month After And All The Medications Could This Have Been A Cause? My Doctor That Delivered Him Says He Can'T Tell Me The Reason I Went Into Early Labor. I Was On Seasonal And Didn'T Know I Was Pregnant Till 16 Weeks .
You have a serious claim, and some pretty serious damages. In the interest of full disclosure, I am a lawyer, but still you really should hire a lawyer. A decent lawyer should be able to get you more than you will be able to negotiate on your own, even taking into account the contingent fee, which for a case like this shouldn't be more than 35%.
The lawyer will investigate the reason for your baby's death and if it was caused by the accident, line up experts to prove that the accident was the cause. Lawyers also have access to databases that can tell them what damages were awarded in other cases like yours (including jury awards and settlements where the information is available). You theoretically could access that same information, but it costs $$ and frankly you need some training to know what you're looking for and where to find it.
If you are determined to go it alone, do some work to get your doctor's opinion on the extent and severity of your injuries, the amount of physical limitation you will experience going forward, possible future medical expenses, and possible causes of your baby's premature birth and death. Write detailed demand letters to the insurance company and attach copies of your evidence (medical bills and records relating to the items mentioned above). And ask for a lot. Just to give you an idea, if your chiro costs $100 per visit, and you need 12 visits per year for 35 years, that's 42k. And if the premature birth and death are causally related, you're talking about big damages.
Again, though, get a lawyer. Because this is a big $$ case potentially, they will either try to get out cheap (because you are not a lawyer, and they have a huge information advantage against you) or, if you try to hold out for a worthy settlement, they will defend vigorously and you will be in over your head. There are complexities to this I can't explain easily -- how insurance limits come into play, for example. Get a lawyer.
What Can I Do With A Law Degree Other Than Be A Trial Lawyer?
I'M About To Get My History Degree, And Law School Is Sounding More And More Appealing, But I Really Don'T Want To Be A Lawyer. What Else Can I Do With A Law Degree?
People will surely tell you that you can do anything with a law degree. In a way, they are right. But, you have to first pay your dues. Lawyers are authors, teachers, business executives, consultants, compliance officers, bankers, etc... But that is because most of them worked as lawyers first and then were introduced to something else, by working for those types of clients. Most lawyers are NOT trial lawyers. Even those that litigate rarely see court. Every business in the world needs lawyers, from setting up the business to rules and regulations to employment issues, to deals, to disputes.
Take it from this lawyer and any other you ask... you should not go to law school to do something else. You might end up doing something else, but that will be after a lot of hard work and money. Whatever else you want to do other than law, there is a better way to do it. One should only go to law school if they know exactly what type of law they want to practice. You don't. You don't even think you would like it. Why be miserable for 3 years, competing with people who love it, only to owe money and have to take a job you hate (law) or could have gotten otherwise?
Can Anyone Refer A Malpractice Lawyer In San Antonio That Speaks Spanish?
Im Looking For A Lawyer That Does Malpractice And That Speaks Spanish. Preferably Someone Who You Know Is Good By Personal Use. Thanks!
What you can do is look one up online and try to read reviews on this person. Email anyone that has hired this lawyer and ask them for feedback as well.
Product Liability Question?
If An Owners Manual For A Tool Admits The Tool Can Fail Does That Release The Manufacturer From Personal Injury Liability? Wouldn'T That Mean That They Are Knowingly Selling A Product That Can Hurt Someone? Has Anyone Else Here Ever Been Hurt By An Spx Bearing Puller?
A product should be designed for expected uses. But that does not guaranty that it will not fail if used improperly or in an unforeseen way. A safety factor is used in design where a safety factor of 1 would be utmost accuracy in material consistency and testing for the intended use. But should always be a higher number (maybe 2 or more) to allow for inconsistencies in material or additional stress when used in ways not tested.
My dad was an engineer for a lawnmower company and while waiting for their court case about misuse of a lawnmower, someone else was being sued for a failed amusement ride. That naive person said they "used a safety factor of 0.5 because that made the ride more exiting". But that also made it destined to fail.
If a case is brought to court, it would be up to the court to decide if a product was being used as intended or not. So product literature is littered with disclaimers. But it is still impossible to cover all possible misuses.
I'M Looking For Highly Train Professional Car Accident Attorneys,Who Extremely Expert For Car Accident. At La County California
Please Give Me A Respond As Soon As You Can.
There is an organization; Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles,look them up in the phone book and they offer a referral service. No cost.
Is A 5,500 Dollar Lawyer For An Assault Charge Expensive But Worth It If I Want To Keep A Clean Record?
Philips & Associates, Inc.
if it keeps it off your record and it's felony assault, you'll be ahead that much on salary on the first job you don't get turned down for.