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Personal Injury Nj? How To Find A Good Lawyer?
Personal Injury Nj? How To Find A Good Lawyer?
Call Andrew Seewald 973-525-7896 He usually does Personal Injury and Bodily Injury on Contingency. He should be able to help.
How To Respond, I Need Some &Quot;Lawyer&Quot; Help On This Situation?
How To Respond, Some Guy Took My Calculator And Lost It?
Ok, So At School, I Had Left My Ti-83 Silver Edition Calculator In The Class, And So I Went To My Locker. However, I Noticed My Calculator Missing. So, I Just Ask Myself, &Quot;Where'S My Calculator?&Quot;. And One Of My Friends Says &Quot;(Guy 1) Took It&Quot;. So I Go To Guy 1 And I Say, &Quot;Where'S My Calculator&Quot; And He Says, &Quot;I Put It In (Guy 2)'S Backpack&Quot;. So, I Immediately Go To Guy 2 And Ask For My Calculator. Guy 2 Responds That He Does Not Know, And He Did Not Even Know That Guy 1 Put It In His Bag, And I Check His Bag, And There'S No Calculator. So, I Meet Up With Guy 1 Outside, And Ask Him Where Is My Calculator, He Says He Still Does Not Know, He Put It In Guy 2'S Bag. So, Guy 2 Comes And Guy 2 Then Realizes That Guy 1 Put It In His Bag, And It Is Missing. So Guy 2 Claims It Must Have Fallen Out Of His Bag (Because Guy 1 Admitted He Put It In His Bag, And In A Very Open Compartment). So I Tell Guy 1 To Go Look For It, And He Cannot Find It. I Tell My Father This, And He Talks To The Front Desk, Saying Guy 1 Now Owes Me A Calculator. The Front Office Tries To Assure This.
So, The Next Day, I Ask The Front Office, They Did Not Know, So I Talk With The Vice Principal And I Also Bring Guy 1 With Me. I Told My Story, Which Was That Guy 1 Took My Calculator And Put It In Guy 2'S Bag, Making Guy 1 Responsible For The Loss. Guy 1 Claims That He Was Trying To Help Me, By Getting The Calculator And Trying To Return It. However, He Did Not Find Me, So He Put It In Guy'S 2 Bag, So That When I Came To Open My Locker, He Would Tell My To Retrieve It From Guy 2.
The Vice Principal Responds That Guy 1 Should Not Have Grabbed My Calculator, But He Also Tells Me That I Should Not Have Left It There, Since The Rule &Quot;Finders Keepers&Quot; Applies, And That If Guy 1 Had Not Grabbed It, Someone Else Would Have And Not Given It Back. I Make The Argument That I Left It There During The Last Class Of The Day, And If I Opened My Locker I Would Have Already Known That I Lost It, And That I Would Have Gone To The Classroom To Find It. Also, I Make The Claim That If The Vice Principal'S Claim Is True, Then I Can Take Anything I Want From The Lost And Found And Justify It Because Of &Quot;Finders Keepers&Quot;. However, He Claims To Be More On The Side Of Guy 1, And Tells The Principal About This To See His Decision.
So Tomorrow, How Should I Make My Argument Against Guy 1 So That He Owes Me A New Calculator??
Did "Guy 2" give you permission to search his backpack? Otherwise you are violating his rights...and that is considered illegal but since this is minor that will be ignored. Next, a good argument would be that "Finders Keepers" is not ethically a real rule therefore does not apply unless it is a private school that sets its own rules. Then, Guy 1 should never have taken the calculator because it was not his. They will come back at you with something like "You were irresponsible and left it" but just come right out and explain that it may have happened to anyone even the principal and place the principal in a situation similar to yours. Find out how much the calculator costs, and try to get any pictures of the calculator especially if there is one of you with it just to proof that you do own it. Try to mix arguments between theory, facts and try limiting opinions. Hope this helps!..
The Father Of My Child Is Taking Me To Family Court Over The Paternity Of Our Child, But He Says That He Does Not Deny That Our Son Is His. We Went In For The First Hearing To Day And He Showed Up With A Lawyer And She Would Not Even Let Him Speak. There Is A Paternity Test Ordered Now. Him And I Still Talk And Are Trying To Work Out Or Relationship (He Left Me 2 Days After I Have Our Son), So We Met Up Today And He Told Me That After The Results Of The Paternity Test That We Can Settle This All Out Of Court. He Agreed That We Can Both Sign An Agreeement Between The Two Of Us, But I Dont Want Us To Do It And Then It Not Be Correct, Does Anyone Know The Best Way To Resolve This?
Well I'm sure his attorney told him to do the paternity test, which is ok cause you have nothing to worry about, just think of it as a technicality.
My ex and I went through mediation. that's where you and him go to two separate rooms and the mediator goes from one room to another and you both come up with court orders that work with ya'll best. After both of you agree, ya'll sign the paper and it goes to a judge that finalizes it and it becomes what both of you have to go by till the child turns 18/or out of college, or until one of you go back to court for modification.
Grandparents And Father Rights?
I'M 18 Years Old Just Recently Had A Child And The Fathers Name Is Not On The Birth Certificate. I Was Wondering What Rights He Has To The Child And What Rights His Parents Have. They Are Trying To Claim Grandparents Rights On The Baby And I Am Wondering What I Can Do, If They Have Any Rights, And What Should Be Done.
He has the same rights to the child as YOU do. His name doesn't HAVE to be on the birth certificate as long as he and the child share the sam DNA. Most states recognize grandparent's rights, they are allowed visitation of the child. You need to seek an attorney.
One Of The Best Lawyers At My Law Firm Has Been Acting Up?
I'Ve Been In The Law Business For About 20 Years, And I'Ve Known This Guy Since I Was A Child. We Started Our Law Firm Together Back In 97, It'S Been A Great Many Years Working With Him. He'S The Star Of Our Firm, He Has A 87 Percent Win Rate, And Always Brings In Customers And Money To Our Business. But Ever Since He Reached His 40Th Birthday, He'S Been Acting Very Strange. He'S Been Showing Up To Work Late, Sometimes Drunk Or High. He Messed Up A Major Case I Assigned Him Too, And As A Result We Lost A Great Sum Of Money. He'S Been Cheating On His Wife Of 10 Years With A College Student. Yesterday I Called Him To Ask Him Where He Was And If He Was Okay. He Said He Thought He Might Be Sick. When If He Had The Flu, He Said &Quot;No, I Think I Have Bieber Fever.&Quot; Then He Hung Up! Should I Fire Him, Or Get Him Help? The Guy'S Been My Best Friend For 40 Years, I Ｄｏｎ'Ｔ Ｋｎｏｗ Ｗｈａｔ Ｔｏ Ｄｏ, Ｈｅｌｐ Ｍｅ! Ｐｌｅａｓｅ!
Sounds like a midlife crisis to me...
What Are The Major Differences Between Civil And Criminal Law?
In civil law, a private party (e.g., a corporation or individual person) files the lawsuit and becomes the plaintiff. In criminal law, the litigation is always filed by the government, who is called the prosecution.
One of the most fundamental distinctions between civil and criminal law is in the notion of punishment.
In criminal law, a guilty defendant is punished by either (1) incarceration in a jail or prison, (2) fine paid to the government, or, in exceptional cases, (3) execution of the defendant: the death penalty. Crimes are divided into two broad classes: felonies have a maximum possible sentence of more than one year incarceration, misdemeanors have a maximum possible sentence of less than one year incarceration.
In contrast, a defendant in civil litigation is never incarcerated and never executed. In general, a losing defendant in civil litigation only reimburses the plaintiff for losses caused by the defendant's behavior.
So-called punitive damages are never awarded in a civil case under contract law. In a civil case under tort law, there is a possibility of punitive damages, if the defendant's conduct is egregious and had either (1) a malicious intent (i.e., desire to cause harm), (2) gross negligence (i.e., conscious indifference), or (3) a willful disregard for the rights of others. The use of punitive damages makes a public example of the defendant and supposedly deters future wrongful conduct by others. Punitive damages are particularly important in torts involving dignitary harms (e.g., invasion of privacy) and civil rights, where the actual monetary injury to plaintiff(s) may be small.
One can purchase insurance that will pay damages and attorney's fees for tort claims. Such insurance coverage is a standard part of homeowner's insurance policies, automobile insurance, and insurance for businesses. In contrast, it is not possible for a defendant to purchase insurance to pay for his/her criminal acts.
While a court can order a defendant to pay damages, the plaintiff may receive nothing if the defendant has no assets and no insurance, or if the defendant is skillful in concealing assets. In this way, large awards for plaintiffs in tort cases are often an illusion.