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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What Is The Lastest On The The Accident At The Dallas Area Rapid Transit Rail Line In The Deep Ellum Area ?
This Accident Happened On Friday Feb. 9, 2007
1 dead in DART rail construction accident
08:11 PM CST on Friday, February 9, 2007
From Staff Reports
A trench collapsed Friday afternoon along a DART rail line under construction in Deep Ellum, killing one worker and injuring a second, officials said.
The accident occurred around 1:30 p.m. at a work site along Malcolm X Boulevard near Elm Street. The trench collapsed on two workers who were helping reset a water line between the future Deep Ellum and Baylor stations along the planned Green Line rail tracks that will extend south from downtown, DART spokesman Morgan Lyons said.
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Dallas Fire-Rescue officers removed the body of the construction worker who was killed. Dallas Fire-Rescue spokeswoman Annette Ponce said the department's technical rescue team was called to the scene to rescue two men. Firefighters dug their way to a victim trapped under the rubble, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Another victim was pulled from the site and taken to Baylor University Medical Center in unknown condition.
Neither victim's name was released. Both men worked for a subcontractor handling utility work along the line, Mr. Lyons said.
A total of 16 fire personnel worked at the scene to extricate the victims, Ms. Ponce said.
Mr. Lyons said work along that portion of the Green Line would be shut down until OSHA officials can complete their investigation and return the site back to DART.
"We've never had a fatal accident like this on the DART rail system, going back to 1992," he said. "Our own staff will work with OSHA to investigate what happened and learn from it."
THat's the Latest I can find out.
Parenting Plan/Revoked Rights?
Hello, I Made A Big Mistake Of Listening To The Lady At The Court House. The Father Of My Child Hasnt Been Around (Physically Or Financially) Since He Was 3 Months. The Lady Said I Cant Take His Rights Away Till A Year And To File For Child Support And A Parenting Plan. Big Mistake! Come To Find Out, Its Only 6 Months And I Already Filed For Everything And We Have A Court Date At The End Of The Month.
Heres The Tricky Part: His Parents Have Always Been Involved. They Had Plans To Take My Son For A Weekend But He Was Sick So I Simply Said, I'D Rather Him Not Go Out Why Dont You Come Over? Well, They Flipped And Filed For Emergency Visits (Denied). And Then Wrote All These Insane (And Very Hurtful) Accusations.
Anyways, He Was Paying Child Support Every Other Week (Court Ordered For Every Week) And Still Hasnt Contacted Me At All! No Big Surprise. Can I Go To Court And Get His Rights Taken Away? I Know His Mother Is Only Being On His Side So She Can See My Son And She Is Paying His Child Support! He'S About To Lose His House And Car And Drinking Is More Important. Thats How I Know.
Please Dont Bash Me. We Were Together For 3 Years, My Son Wasnt Planned But He Still Left. He Also Has A New Father That Stepped In And Has Been More Than Amazing And I Dont Want My Son To Get Confused Because Of The Grandparents!
Not a great situation. First, let's talk about the grandparents. Grandparents have no legal right to the baby whatsoever. They do not have a right to visitation. They do not have a right to do anything outside of what the parents decide. That being said, I'm not sure you are gong ot be able to terminate the father's parental rights. In general, there are only a select number of reasons that rights can be terminated. They tend to be:
-Severe or chronic abuse or neglect
-Abuse or neglect of other children in the household
-Long-term mental illness or deficiency of the parent(s)
-Long-term alcohol- or drug-induced incapacity of the parent(s)
-Failure to support or maintain contact with the child
-Involuntary termination of the rights of the parent to another child
The fact that he has has paid a little child support is not going to be helpful, although you can argue that he has never had contact with the child. However, even if you do not get his rights terminated, you have a dead bang winner of an argument for being granted sole custody. With a father figur ein the picture and no contact from the biological dad, it is in the best interest of the child to not have contact with actual dad.
I'd contact an attorney on this one. The stakes are too high and you need someone on your side who knows the system.
Anyone Heard Of Directory Exclusive?
Has Anyone Heard Of A Company Called Directory Exclusive - It Is An Internet Business Directory And They Charge You $950.00 For Posting Your Information On Their Site -- They Supposedly Operate Out Of Jerusalem - But Their Fake Invoices Are Sent From New York. Anyways, They Sent Me A Bill For $950 - I Have Demanded That They Take My Information Off Their Site, But They Are Not. They Are Treatening To Send This $950 To Collections. What Legal Action Can I Take?
If you read their fine print under terms and conditions, they are definitely using fraudulent and questionable practices. The only way you can cancel within the 7-day trial period is to send a letter to Israel? How long would that take (for them to receive it)? My suggestion would be to use their service for what you can and ignore their threats, unless you want to pursue them in return for fraudulent and/or questionable practices. I signed up for their services to get more exposure for my website but I am not paying $950.00 since they won't allow me to properly cancel within the 7-day trial period. Take care and good luck! P.S.....my website is http://www.homeownersunite.com. It is an online support site to assist distressed homeowners who cannot afford to pay thousands of dollars to attorneys and consultants. Check it out if you get a chance!
Does Anybody Know Anything About Pre Paid Legal Services? Is It Any Good?
Pre-paid legal services are usually a waste of money for the average American. Think of pre-paid legal as an insurance plan. You usually have a yearly premium ($350-600) a year. You pay that money regardless if you have legal issues or not. Pre-paid legal is usually only for small matters and general legal advice. Their plans are usually very restrictive as to what it actually covers.
It is appealing because it sounds to good to be true, and that is because it is. If you research the actual Pre-Paid Legal company, they are always tied up in litigation regarding SEC violations or other bad business type litigation.
I think you'd be better off starting a savings account for emergencies. Put that money you would paid for pre-paid legal in an account and be able to choose who represents you. Pre-paid legal is no better than the "public defender" scenario. They have a network of attorneys that accept their plan. They will assign you to an attorney and you have to trust they give you someone competent.
Question About Federal/Alabama State Laws?
A Friend Of Mine Was Recently Arrested In The State Of Alabama For Possession Of Alcohol By A Minor. The Police Officers Who Arrested Her And The Other 7 Who Got Arrested Did Not Arrest The People At The Party Who Were 21+, Nor Did They Arrest Anyone Under The Age Of 18 (Most Of The 40 People At The Party). They Were Not Read Their Miranda Rights, Did Not Tell Them What They Were Being Arrested For At The Time, And Did Not Give Them A Secondary Breathalyzer Upon Reaching The Police Station (The Only Reason I Mention This Is Because I Read Somewhere That In A Few States, The Handheld Breathalyzers Police Carry With Them Aren'T Very Accurate And They'Re Required To Give You Another One At The Station). They Did Not Allow Them To Have A Phone Call For 6 Hours, And The Name And Social Were Wrong On Several Pieces Of Paperwork - And Not Just By One Letter, The Entire First Name Was Wrong And My Friend Told The Officer Who Was Taking Her Info Down That It Was Wrong Several Times. One Of The Numbers On The Social Security Number Was Wrong As Well On All Of The Paperwork. This Also Happened To Another Friend Of Hers - Completely Wrong Name And Social. Is There Any Way At All They Can Fight This Case In Court? I'M Looking For Specific Laws, State Or Federal, If That'S At All Possible, But Any Advice Would Be Helpful. Thanks!
Your friend needs to hire an experience criminal defense lawyer who practices in Alabama... While these are thoughtful ideas, they are, for the most part, not relevant to defending the case. The police are given wide latitude in who they arrest and don't arrest... Also, possession focuses on did you have alcohol on you, not were u drunk. That said, let the lawyer explain it and let the lawyer determine ifthe police violated any rights of the defendant/ur friend... He/she will be able to know the questions to ask
What Are Civil And Criminal Laws?
I'M Trying To Find An Example Of A Civil Law But I Am Kinda Struggling. What Is The Main Difference Between That And Criminal Laws And, If Possible, Could You Post A Civil Law?
Criminal law is when the government brings charges against an individual because they broke a law. The government seeks to have the individual punished by making them pay a fine or serve time in jail.
Civil law is when two people sue each other, usually for money. For example, if someone sues another person for breach of contract, or an employee sues their employer for race discrimination, or a person sues their doctor for malpractice, these are all violations of civil law. In each case, the plaintiff is suing the defendant for money. No one broke a criminal law, and no one is going to jail.