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Case Studies For Premises Liability ?
I Would Like Copies Of Case Studies Lawsuits In Reference To The Category Of Personal Injury For Premises Liability Injury Accidents Involving A Pedestrian Stepping Into A Storm Drainage Grates That Had Been Moved Out Of Place..
Shepardize for cases on point
1. Personal Injury
3. Manhole covers / missing or misplaced / defective
4. Claims against City or Road Department /DOT
Is Family Law The Most Stressful And Frustrating Practice Are For Lawyers?
I Am A New Attorney Who Has Been Practicing About Six Months Now. I Do Primarily Family Law Cases, And It Seems Like Whatever I Get For My Clients They're Still Not Happy. They Expect Me To Get Them Every Single Things They Want No Matter How Unreasonable. Any Other Family Law Attorneys Experienced This?
I practice family law.
Family law is a thankless job. Emotions are higher in family law than in any other type of law. People's families are being ripped apart, they aren't going to be able to see their children every day, their standard of living is going down, etc. All of these things make family law clients crazy. Seriously. They are angry, scared, and confused, and because of this they often have a hard time thinking straight.
They also have very unreasonable expectations. Stay at home moms want to be able to continue staying at home (ha! Not going to happen!) A woman who has been married for a whopping two years wants alimony. A dad who travels all of the time for work and isn't an involved dad wants 50/50 physical custody. What clients don't understand is that their definition of "fair" isn't necessarily how it works in the legal world.
Clients also don't understand why the court system takes so long. I have clients constantly ***** at me because the other party hasn't responded to discovery requests. They don't understand that all I can do is file a motion to compel, and that takes time. Clients blame me when the earliest available court date is in two months. Family law attorneys are constantly blamed by their clients for things that are completely out of control.
Clients get angry about the process or the realities of divorce, and the most convenient scapegoat is their divorce attorney.
All of this said, I love practicing family law. Many attorneys won't get anywhere near a family law case. So it just takes a certain personality.
You have to be able to be fulfilled with your job without any positive feedback from your clients. You have to listen to them complain and even blame and accuse you, and then just let it roll off your back and chalk it up to all of the emotions they are going through. I'm able to do this, so I'm able to enjoy my job. I love hearing people's stories. There's always new and crazy things happening in people's lives, so I never get bored. It's a strange job where you sort through every aspect of a family's personal life - finances, sex life, health, etc. I just find all of this very interesting, which is why I like the job.
What Course Of Action Will The Bar Association Take Against Attorneys That Have Swindeled Me?
Two Attorneys Have Been Involved In Major Deceit And Caused Me Much Financial Harm. I Would Like To Report Them To The Bar Association For Investigation. Is It Worthwhile?
Absolutely. They will send the firm a letter and ask for a response. You will receive a copy of their response. Then you should respond to it to the state bar. Dispute every lie and ask that they investigate internally. Offer the names of any witnesses who might have knowledge of the deceitful actions. Hopefully, the state bar will follow up. You should check with them to be sure they are doing something.
If they are found to be guilty, their license could be suspended or revoked. If it is a first offense, it would likely be suspended for perhaps, 3 months, 6 months or a year and they could be fined as well.
Lastly, you should demand the name and phone number of their insurance company and file a claim, that is if they screwed up your case and prevented you from going forward with it, like taking your money and missing the statute of limitations, for example. If they refuse, see another attorney and get them to write a letter demanding to know their insurance company and its phone number. It often takes a law firm to get behind such demands before places give it up. By law they have to but, you sometimes have to fight for your rights.
Just How Bright To Become An International Lawyer?
I'D Like Yo Work For The Un'S International Law Department, Would You Need To Be Exceptionally Bright To Do So?
You have to be smart to get through law school and pass the bar in any case. For international law, you have to be aware of the laws of other countries as well.
My twin was going to do that kind of work. She became fluent in another language and was going to study abroad for a year. (Unfortunately she died during that year.)
So undergrad, you need to learn a lot about other cultures - their language and their lives. Study cultural anthropology, languages, and international relations. Knowing mediation also helps.
You might go to the hiring site for the US UN team and find out what they look for in a lawyer. It's not just the law, a lot of it is understanding their culture and point of view and being something of a diplomat.
What Things Do Law Firms Look For When Hiring Attorneys?
For new grads, it's looking like you need to be in the top third of your class, have two summers' worth of internship experience, be directly related to a judge, and have slept with someone on the hiring committee.
Good luck, man. It's hell out there.
Pending Felony Charges?
Someone I Know Is Pending Possible Felony Charges. The Only &Quot;Evidence&Quot; His Accuser Has Is A Text Threatening To Cause Damage To Their Vehicle. Later That Day, There Were Scratches All Down The Side Of Their Truck. The Time It Would Have Happened, Was Maybe A 30 Minute Period, And At The Time He Has A Very Strong Alibi.
It'S That Text All They Need To Charge Him With A Felony, Or Will They Need More Proof?
His alibi will be investigated. If it checks out air tight, no charges will be made.
But if the alibi is weak (like it's his girlfriend giving testimony to his whereabouts), then charges may be made.
You are mistaken when you say that the only "evidence" is the text message. Other evidence will include testimony about the dispute that led to the text message. The scratches are evidence. The accused whereabouts are evidence.
Without an alibi, the evidence is pretty damming. A text message that threatens to damage the vehicle followed by damage to the vehicle. Pretty bad. I vote "guilty".