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Personal Injury Claim?
Help Me Out Here - We Went To Our Friends' House For A Party - I Walked In, Didn'T Notice A Step, Fell Down. We Left Right Away, Went To Er. Very Complicated Foot Injury - Many Fractures, Surgery Is Scheduled, Recovery Period Is A Half A Year Min. Can We File A Personal Injury Claim? What Are Our Chances And For How Much?
Thank You In Advance.
The only coverage you will qualify for is Medical Payments coverage. Most homeowners policies provide this up to about 5000. It pays when someone (who is not a resident of your household) is injured on your property regardless of fault. It pays for medical bills only - not pain/suffering - not lost wages.
Most likely you will not qualify for a claim under the liability coverage. In order to have a valid claim under this coverage- the home owner has to have been negligent. Their negligence has to have been the cause of the accident. From what you describe, that is not the case here.
Just because you were on their property when you got hurt does not mean they owe all your medical bills/wages or pain and suffering. It does not mean you will get a big pay day. This is a very common and erroneous misconception. Even though you were on their property - in order to get paid for pain/suffering/all medical bills etc - the property owners negligence has to have been the cause of your injury.
Any time a claim is filed - there is the possibility of a rate increase. They would have to speak to their agent regarding that.
Types Of Lawyers?
I Am Only A Freshman In High School And I Was Just Wondering About My Future. I Would Like To Become A Lawyer/Attorney Or Maybe Even A Sports Agent. I Was Wondering What Type Of Education You Need (Years Of Undergrad., And Grad. School) And Also What You Need To Study. If Anyone Is A Lawyer, Can You Give Me Advice On Becoming A Lawyer And Also What The Job Is Like.
In order to become a lawyer you will need to graduate from high school, graduate from a college/university (4 years) and then graduate from an ABA acredited law school (3 years). Once you have done all that, you will need to take the Bar Examination which tests you on both state and federal law. A good place to begin research about law as a career is the Amercian Bar Association's web site at www.abanet.org
I suggest that you get a good foundation in business skills in high school and college. The profession of law is also a business and if you decide to work for yourself you will need business skills. Because you will be doing a lot of reading in law school and as a lawyer you may want to take a course that helps you increase your reading time and retention. Every industry uses lawyers so you should concentrate on subjects you like. In Chicago one of the biggest firms that represent professional sports people is a law firm.
The job of being a lawyer is varied. You can work for a law firm or for a corporation as a lawyer. If you work for a big firm you may only be assigned to one part of a big case. If you work for a corporation you probably will be involved with hiring and firing.
The positives of being a lawyer is that you have flexibility to work in many different executive jobs in a company and can start your own firm. Some of the negative of being a lawyer is that you will be putting in long hours no matter where you work, clients will refuse to pay you because of the totally wrong perception that you have money, and you will be disrespected by the public who judge the profession by a few bad apples.
Good luck to you!
Can I Change A Logo Are Trademark Slightly And Sell It For Profit?
Looking To Start My Own Business And My Question Is, As An Example If I Use The La Logo For The Dodgers But Changed It To Where A Corner Is Rounded Instead Of It Being A Right Angle, Can I Use It For Profit.
Are we talking your trademark or someone else's? Assuming we're talking someone else's, no, not if people will mistake your new adjusted logo for that other person's original logo. And if the owner of the original logo thinks their customers will make that mistake, their lawyers will be contacting you and ask you to can it or be sued in court. And then it's going to get very expensive for you very quickly to pay a lawyer/lawyers to defend you in court, not to mention the penalties you'll have to pay if/when you lose your court case.
In answer to your second question, I don't believe that the other company with the original logo is going to care that the difference between your logo and theirs is little. Or that you say it's different or that you have no connection to the original company. You are still taking business from the original company by selling stuff that people will buy instead of the stuff the original company sells. And federal law says that if you have a trademark and don't defend it against encroachers and others start using it en masse, the original company will lose their exclusive right to the trademark because they allowed others to use it to the point that it's then considered "public domain."
You seem to be so interested in trying to get around the law with technicalities. When there are differences in opinion between you and another company and the problem can't get resolved between you, it's court city and expensive lawyers in no time flat. Sure, there are exceptions. You have to make sure you're not infringing on trademarked and patented stuff within the same area. As one for instance, another restaurant can't use the McDonalds name but a computer company could. The more you stay away from stuff that others might take offense to, the less likely you're going to end up in trouble and wasting a lot of money fighting over the differences in opinions. Life isn't always fair. You could end up spending a lot of money even though you are dead right, so the fact that you are right should be obvious to all. If not...
I just saw an article within the last few days about a cookie company suing other companies selling sugar cookies that have smiley faces on them because they are similar to the ones the original company sells that they had trademarked. The article I saw said they often resolve the problem with the other companies by having the other company pay fees to the original company for every such cookie they sell.
This isn't the original article I saw but it's the same instance I'm talking about:
Are you familiar with "affiliate marketing"? This is where you see someone else's product that you want to sell and make money off of. You get their permission to sell their product and either manufacture the product with their permission based on their guidelines or buy it from the original company at wholesale and sell it at retail. It's even possible to advertise the product and have the original company fill your orders and pay you a percentage on each sale. That's called "drop-shipping."
Walmart and supermarkets and many other companies don't make any of their own products, even their generic house brands. OK, some health food store bake their own bread or cakes. A very large percentage of companies exist by selling other company's products. Millions of them. Companies generally love to accumulate affiliates because the more companies they get selling their products and paying for the advertising, the more money the original company makes off of a percentage of the action fees.
There are companies that manufacture stuff and you can buy the stuff they manufacture and they will even put your company name on the products before selling them to you. Electronics is a big area where this happens a lot. Food is another.
Want to sell LA Dodgers stuff? Contact them and make your best deal! Above board! Plus you'll be selling the real thing! If they won't do business with you, que sera sera. Find a better opportunity to make even more money than you had planned to make with the Dodger stuff. Something else that also gets your blood flowing.
By the way, I'm not a lawyer and all this is not legal advice. I'm just knowledgeable after having been around the block a time or two. Or three. Or four.
P.S. After thinking about my answer for a while, I realized I left out one important possibility. If I wanted to sell Dodger stuff and absolutely nothing else would do, I would go to the Dodgers and ask them what their guidelines and requirements are for them accepting affiliate marketers. Then I would mold my self and business around their requirements. After all, most owners of trademarks are concerned about their image. So you'd have to satisfy them that you would uphold the image they desire to project when representing them while selling their products.
Good luck, guy. :)
Military Wife With Child Custody Please Help Need Advice.?
I Live In Texas And I Am The Custodial Parent Of My Child. I Recently Got Married To My Husband Who Is In The Service. We Will Be Moving Soon. Do I Have To Go Back To Court If We Move More Than 100 Miles Away? If Not Do I Get It In Writing What Her Father And I Agree On? Please Help Me!!!
If you and the child's father can come to an agreement without using lawyers, then the only thing the court is needed for is to file the papers amending the terms agreed upon for the divorce.
If you cannot come to an agreement before you leave, you may be forced to leave the child with him until the process can make its way through the court system.
To take the child with you against the terms of custody, which are court orders, will have dire consequences for you.
If you let it get to this point, it will be a huge advantage for your ex because it will become very expensive for all of your return trips to court (in the original county).
Furthermore, unless it can be proven that the existing living conditions are not in the child's best interest, the court will most likely let the child stay where he is.
I know that this may seem unfair, but the court is not interested in what is fair.
THE ONLY THING THE COURT IS INTERESTED IN IS WHAT IS IN THE CHILD'S BEST INTEREST!!!
When you are going through this, you better keep this in the back of your mind.
DO NOT GET A LAWYER!!!
Whatever you do, don't get a lawyer because then he will as well.
Once he gets a lawyer, his lawyer will use every trick in the book (continuances, requesting psychological evaluations, etc.) to draw out the process because time will be on his side.
Either way, you need to act now on this before time runs out and you are up sh*t creek without a paddle!
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For Experienced Lawyers/Paralegal?
I'M Going To A Graduate School, Which Was Owned By A Group Of People Until The First Six Months Of 2008. During The Summer Break Of That Same Year We Received A Letter That A New Corporation Had Bought The School.
Since Than We Have Changed The Name Of Our School. We Never Signed Anything At All. The Original Fees And Tuitions Were Set For $475/Unit. However, We Were Informed That The New Owner Increased The Cost/Unit To $628/Unit. Nothing Else Was Said, Written, Published,.... (We Enrolled In 2008, Before The School Changed Owner).
After Registering For The Semester Of Fall 2009 The Registrant Added $630 Detailed As &Quot;Institutional Fee.&Quot;
So My Question Is: Can The School, Without Any Written Agreement, Add Any Amount They Want And Charge The Students For That Amount? Again, We Never Signed Anything Nor We Were Ever Informed Of Any Further Charge By Anybody.
if there is no written agreement - sounds like they can probably do it. however there may be an applicable law or statute. so it is worth checking in to.
Dwi In Texas.....Bad Lawyer!?!?
My Brother Received A Dwi Charge Last Year On October 17, 2009. He Turned 23 On October 28Th. He Got Pulled Over On The Highway For Speeding (I Know, Dumbass!) Coming From Our Mother'S Birthday Party. He Went To Jail And We Bailed Him Out The Next Day. My Mom Got Him A Lawyer (Nunn Law Firm). In This Year Of 2010
He Went To Court In March,He Waited 4 Hours And The Lawyer Rescheduled It.
He Went To Court In April, He Waited 3 Hours And The Lawyer Rescheduled It.
He Went To Court In June, He Waited 4 Hours And The Lawyer Rescheduled It.
He Went To Court In July (Todday) He Waited 3 Hours, The Lawyer Didnt Show Up.....
He Called The Law Firm And They Told Him That His Lawyer Had To Go Somewhere And There Was Another Lawyer Covering For Him. He Waited Another 2 Hours....
He Spoke To The Clerk Lady Lol And She Told Him That His Court Date Was Rescheduled To August And That She Didnt Know Why The Law Firm Didn'T Notify Him...
So Obviously This Is A Bullshit *** Lawyer, My Mom Already Paid Him $1,000 Dollars (My Brother Is Disabled).....The Lawyers Actions Show That He Is Not Capable Of Helping My Brother In The Courtroom.
What Can I Do About This? Do You Think He Could Fire Him And Get His Money Back?
We Couldn'T Afford A New Lawyer :/
Call the law firm and ask to speak to a senior partner. Tell him calmly what you told us.
If that doesn't get action, then say "I am preparing a bar complaint against your firm but thought I would ask one last time if you cannot resolve this matter."
If you don't get action then write a complaint and send it to the State Bar asking for your money back and an explanation. LAWYERS HATE BAR COMPLAINTS!!!