Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will see that there are many lawyers in the area that advertise that they concentrate on your form of case. This could make the process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be easy to define your research to the correct one in almost no time. The initial step is to generate a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your town focusing on your situation. While you are making this list you must only include those that you have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their website. There you should be able to find the amount of years they have been practicing and a few general details about their success rates. At this stage your list needs to have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate level of experience. You need to then take time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure you look at the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The data in the reviews will give you an idea of the direction they communicate with their clients and the time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at the very least the final three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This will give you some time to actually evaluate how interested they may be in representing you and the case. It can be vital that you follow every one of these steps to actually find a person that has the proper level of experience to get you the ideal outcome.
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Car Dealer Fraud? Lawyer?
Almost A Month Ago Me And My Boyfriend Bought A Car Out Of A Car Lot. It Is A 2011 Chevy Malibu, We Put $3,000 Down. And It Was Under My Boyfriends Name.
Yesterday, The Car Dealer &Quot;Mike&Quot; Told My Boyfriend That He Had To Go To The Financing Bank To Fill Out More Paper Work. So Today My Boyfriend Went To The Bank Where They Asked Him A Whole Bunch Of Questions. His Answers Did Not Match What The Information Said, Which &Quot;Mike&Quot; Had Sent Over. My Boyfriend Then Learns That &Quot;Mike&Quot; Made Fake Check Stubs And Lied To The Bank About How Much My Boyfriend Made Last Year.
So &Quot;Mike&Quot; Has Given My Boyfriend The Option Of Putting The Car Under Someone Elses Name And Keeping It Or Giving Him Money Back.
My Question Is Should We Get A Lawyer? Can We Sue The Car Lot If He Doesn'T Want To Give Us A Full Refund? Since My Boyfriend And I Did Not Know That He Was Lying?
Auto finance is what I do for a living and this is the worst type of fraud in my opinion.
If your boyfriends income was not enough to qualify for the loan the dealer should have just told him that and asked for either a co-signer or another person to purchase the vehicle for him.
If the application submitted and signed by your boyfriend states that he did indeed make the money claimed that's another story because your boyfriend lied on the application.
Either way you already have the only real options, give the vehicle back in return for a full refund or find another person to apply for the loan.
I personally would not have any dealings with such a dealer. If they will lie about a customers income and forge documents to try and prove it, what else will they lie about?
If for some reason the dealer does not want to give you a full refund contact your States used vehicle commission, I'm sure they would love to find out about this and help you.
Auto Accident Personal Injury Claim Help?
So, I Was Driving Home, When A Girl Came Speeding Around The Corner In My Apartment Complex On The Wrong Side Of The Road. Long Story Short, It Got Ruled 100% Her Fault. Now I Ended Up Doing 6 Months Of Chiropractic Visits And 2 Months Of Physical Therapy. I Don'T Feel Different And I Am Going To Have Permanant Back And Neck Damage (Not Severe Just Not Comfortable To Be On My Feet A Long Time, Sleep, Or Do Strenuous Activities, I'M A Chef). That'S Not It. My Wife Was About 37-38 Weeks Pregnant, And We Went To A Doctors Visit A Couple Hours After The Accident. She Wasn'T In The Car, But Freaked Out When She Heard The Accident And Came Out Of The Apartment And Saw It Was Me. The Doctor Diagnosed Her With Preeclamsia (High Stress During Pregnancy) Because Of The Accident And Had To Induce Her That Night. The Drugs Slowed The Baby'S Heart Rate, So They Had To Give A C-Section. They Only Offered $3K To Start And They Say My Wife Doesn'T Matter Because She Wasn'T In The Car. Suggestions?
Sorry to hear about your accident. It is a bit tougher to assess your claim because you indicated the duration of your treatment (6 months of chiro and 2 months of PT) but not the frequency (# of visits incurred during this time frame). I also don't know the "legal market" of where the accident occurred because you didn't mention it. Most importantly, I would like to know the total amount that your medical bills came to. If the $3000 is for general damages only (pain and discomfort) I would generally consider it to be an appropriate offer, however if it is also intended to pay for the costs of the treatment you had to undergo I would say no way. Unless you incurred a fracture or some kind of nerve root compression brought on by the accident, six months of chiropractic treatment would be considered excessive even among the chiropractic community itself whose literature indicates that the average soft tissue injury (muscle strain or sprain) can be resolved through eight to ten weeks of chiropractic treatment. It could be that your chiropractor has overtreated you expecting to get paid whether the insurance company determines that the charges were reasonable and customary or not. They have the right to determine for themselves whether the medical documentation you have provided them with indicates any valid reason why the chiro treated you for 6 months when the chiro literature out there indicates that 8-10 weeks on average would rectify your complaint (again, this is assuming you had a "simple" strain or sprain type injury and nothing involving a medically substantiated nerve problem). The insurance company is not obligated to give any financial consideration for your wife's condition because as you said, she wasn't in the vehicle and unless there is provable or defendable medical evidence to support not only that she had high stress during pregnancy but specifically that this stress occurred as a result of your accident, they would not figure this into their evaluation as they owe only for reasonable and customary medical expenses arising for treatment you underwent from injuries sustained in this accident. If you believe that such provable or defendable evidence does exist that would show the insurance company that your wife's condition definitely was related, provide it to them. Otherwise, if you can't prove it to the insurance company chances are you won't be able to prove it in court either. Sorry to hear about your wife's condition but it'd be a stretch for even an attorney to prove to a jury specifically that your being involved in the accident was the sole cause of the high stress that resulted in her c-section. There is basically "one degree of separation" in the relatedness of her condition which is basically that it was you and not she actually involved in the accident. Had it been her in the vehicle, it would be a no-brainer. Also, for a third party bodily injury claim, insurance company has only a full and final one-time settlement with you and can only evaluate the medical records, notes, and bills for treatment you have already incurred and not for any future treatment. If you are still undergoing treatment as a result of your injury and/or if you plan to continue, and if you feel your medical providers can continue to furnish you with medical documentation indicating that these continued treatments are reasonable, customary and related to injuries you sustained specifically as a result of the auto accident, my recommendation would be to postpone settlement until you make a complete recovery and finish all your treatments so that the insurance company can consider these in their evaluation. In most states, there usually is a two year statute on pursuing bodily injury claims so you would have to get an attorney and file suit to extend this statue of limitations if you are nearing the statute date. The insurance company is not your enemy, they are trying to find a suitable settlement for you to keep this out of court but in their evaluation they are subject only to include those factors which in court would be proved to be accident related. You also didn't indicate the amount of damages to your vehicle, which is something the insurance company would take into consideration. The greater the damage to your vehicle, the more likely that the physical forces involving the vehicle would've cause your injury and the easier they can rule out other non accident-related factors as causing you to have to seek treatment. Also, they'll give more money for an injured person in a badly totalled vehicle as they know the shock value of the jury seeing those photos would bias them towards the injured person if the case went to court. If the $3000 offer is specifically for general damages (pain discomfort etc.) I'd encourage you to consider their offer seriously and if your vehicle sustained less than $2500 in damage, I'd definitely encourage you to do so. The company is trying to be fair based on the info you've given them to evaluate and unless you have a case substantial or significant enough to warrant attorney involvement (they generally don't take cases to court unless the claim value is over $15000 or unless there is some type of "emotional" component such as DUI or drugs), you can probably settle this directly with them since an attorney will probably do comparatively little for you other than help collect your medical notes/bills/records and furnish them to the insurance company, and they will take 28 - 33% of your settlement to do this, which sounds like it's already been done if the company's now making you an offer. Good luck with your claim and it sounds like one that can and probably will be able to handle on your own.
Is A Tax Service Representative A Lawyer?
If I Work With A Tax Service Representative To Help Me W/ My Irs Issues Will They Be Of Any Help? Are They The Same Thing As A Lawyer?
Define "Tax Service Representative"
Most people who represent taxpayers before the IRS are not lawyers and most people don't need a lawyer. Generally taxpayers are represented by a CPA or an Enrolled Agent (a tax specialist licensed by the Treasury Department.) They and lawyers have the same authority to represent taxpayers. Other tax practitioners--think your basic tax return preparer who works for a return preparation chain or independently--can't represent you at all.
The first poster who stated contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service is off the mark. The Taxpayer Advocate is not the first place you go. It only handles cases where the internal system has broken down. It does not provide taxpayer representation at all.
Jobs In The Legal Field.?
I Am A Recent College Grad That Has Been On Only 3-4 Interviews With Law Firms, One With The Courts, Several Interviews In General, And I Don'T Know Why It Is So Hard To Break Into This Industry. I Am Not Just Some Dumb Girl Trying To Get A Job Just To Make Money, But This Is My Life This Is My Career This Is What I Went To School For (I Have A Criminology/Pre-Law Degree). I'Ve Wanted To Become A Lawyer Since I Was 7, But I Had No Clue That The World Of Law Could Be So Difficult To Break Into. An Example You Ask? I Look On All The Job Search Engine Sites For Legal Assistant Positions, A Lot Of Them Seem To Be Looking For People With 2-3 Years Experience, Or 5-10 Years Experience. I Am Bright, Eager, & Professional With Several Years Of Office Experience, And Not Many Bother To Even Bring Me In For An Interview. My Question Is, How Do I Break In This Industry Of My Dreams?, And If So, What In The World Am I Doing Not To Get Into This Industry? Can Some One Help Me Please.
It is actually hard getting a job in the legal field, I remember when i was looking for a job almost every job required years of legal experience. Try and look for junior legal positions of either legal assistance or legal secretaries, they don't require any experience, I entered the field with a junior position, i got the job after i got my diploma in legal services from college i worked full time for a period of 6 months then went to uni, and now i'm still working for the same firm but part time and they promised me a position of a lawyer when i graduate from my law school, moreover there is more chance for me to switch firms because i have experience.
Also try voluntary work, most legal aid firms provide voluntary work, most of my friends entered the field doing voluntary work. Good luck with your job search.
Attorney And If They Work For A Firm?
Can A Attorney Take Cases Outside Their Firm? If So How? Why
you made need to call his firm and ask their policy. because he could be a corrupt lawyer. he could get your money then turn around and tell you that now he cant do it because his firm found out.
but most of the time lawyers working for a firm signs a contract stating that they will not take on other cases outside of the firm.
Is A Board Certfied Lawyer In Texas Or Buy Prepaid Legal Service ?