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How Can I See What Rights Grandparents Have
Do a Google search using the words (in this case I'm using Texas as the state):
grandparents rights Texas
The results will include law firms and organizations that advocate grandparents' rights in that state. In the instance of Texas, it is next to impossible for grandparents to prevail over the parents' wishes (I've researched this one for a friend and, unfortunately, her situation didn't fall within the criteria where a Court would overrule the wishes of the parents)
Criminal Or Employer Attorney - How Do I Decide?
I Am In A Situation Where I Have Been Facing Reprisals Since A Previous Employee Filed A Civil Lawsuit Against The Company I Work For. I Was Coached On What To Say To The Attorney From Headquarters, But I Told This Attorney That I Was Already Facing Reprisals Before The Suite Was Settled. Now, The Supervisor Who Was Disciplined After The Company Settled, Has Been Subjecting Me To Unfair And Harsh Treatment, Including Loss Of Income And Denying Me A Promotion Which I Have Proof Was Done On Purpose And That Our Local Hr Officer Was In Collusion With.
Now, This Company Is So Huge And Politically Connected, That I Don'T Think I Could Stand A 3 To 5 Year Civil Case (Yes - They Drag It Out As Long As They Can, I Have Seen It Before). However, I Have Been So Sick Over The Situation That I Recently Decided, Maybe I Should Turn Myself In, Along With Proof Of My Companies Violating Federal Law In Multiple States And Hope For A Plea Bargain Of Some Sort So That The People Who Have Been Punishing Me, Get Punished Back. It Would Involve Multiple Federal Agencies Though, And While I Have Almost 10 Years Of Documents (Most Original With Signatures) I Don'T Know If This The Right Way Or Not Because I Don'T Want To Do More Then 1 Year. I Honestly Am Not Looking To Sue For Compensation Which Most Employer Attorneys Want To Do, I Would Rather Have These Racist Managers Terminated From The Company And A Contract Given To Me That I Won'T Suffer Any More Reprisals. Sigghh - Lost Confused And Not Sure What Do To - Any Help Appreciate.
If the original lawsuit was based on illegal discrimination or harassment and you feel your employer is retaliating against you for your cooperation or perceived cooperation with the plaintiff, you need to visit the EEOC or equivalent state labor board in your area. There are offices in most major cities. This type of retaliation is clearly illegal. The government agency will investigate for free. You can also ask the agency for a "right to sue" letter which allows you to find an employment law attorney who can help you. Just remember that they cannot take any employment action against you in retaliation (fire, demote, even move your desk to a less desirable location) or you have more ammo for your suit. Retaliation is easier to show than discrimination and juries generally love to stick it to companies.
Now if you have proof that your company is violating federal laws other than discrimination, then you need to talk to an attorney who specializes in whistle-blower cases. Contact your local bar association for referrals.
Any Lawyers Despise Their Own Profession?
I Know As An Engineer I Sometimes Despise The Corporation Entity. Any Lawyers Feel Like You Went Into It With Ideal Hopes And The System Has Swallowed You Up? Just Curious, Not Trying To Offend.
I happen to be a lawyer. I was somewhat older when I started law school (30), so there wasn't an illusion of showing up to save the world from all of the injustices, however, I wanted to be really good at what I did. After working in private practice for 4 years, I struck out on my own. It has been a struggle to establish a solid client base, but I love being my own boss, getting to pick and choose what cases I want to take, and setting my own hours. It really gives me a lot more time to spend with my family. Not the typical burning the midnight oil scenario. What I truly despise are the people who stereotype the entire legal profession as power hungry, greedy, blood sucking vultures. That is entirely untrue, and while there are unsavory persons in any profession, many attorneys in my community are truly concerned and caring individuals who volunteer their time on many occasions to help those less fortunate. Enough said!!
Where Can I Find Free Legal Assistance For The State Of Maryland? Widows Help?
I Am 19, A Military Widow. My Husband Was In The Af And Md Ang. Well I Have Went Through My Papers, And Through The Smsgt, And He Told Me That I Am Entired To Free Legal Assistance Through The State. But Right Now, I Am Not Sure Who I Should Contact To See What Laywers Or Attorneys Are Out There. I Am Having Trouble Right Now Dealing With My Husband'S Past Bills, And His Estate. I Was Married To Him For Only 5 Months, And My Name Was Never On Any Bills Or Accounts, So I Dont Know What I Need To Do And What Not. Any One Know Anything, Or Is Anyone A Widow Who Can Help Me Out.. Please Email Me At Eaprel@Atlanticbb.Net So I Can Tell You More In Detail Cause I Dont Want To Explain Everything On A Public Yahoo Answer Thing.
I'd suggest contacting the AF Aid Society at Andrews for advice and referrals, since they're likely to be aware of the most appropriate programs and agencies for you to contact for assistance. I'm sorry for your loss.
Airman & Family Readiness Center
1191 Menoher Drive
Andrews AFB, MD 20762
Phone: Commercial: 301-981-7088
Why Don't Lawyers Work Out Of Their Homes?
Sounds Great To Me. You Get To Stay With Your Family And Pets, And Take Phone Calls In Your Play Clothes. And Days You Have To Go To Court, You Just Go To Court.
Many lawyers work at home, including me. I am a virtual tenant in an executive suite of offices. The receptionist answers my office telephone and forwards calls to me at my private home phone. I have a complete, comfortable home office. I schedule appointments with clients in the executive suite and pay for conference room time as I use it. My mail and packages are delivered to the suite address. Unless I tell them, my clients have no idea that I am not in the office all day.
As for a secretary, I used to have one, but spent more time dictating and reviewing than if I just did everything myself on the computer. But when I need extra help, I can hire it from the operators of my executive suite, which has a color copy machine, fax machines and any other support I might need.
Where Would Be A Source Of Legal Advice For Someone Who's Dr. Removed An Ovary And Shouldn't Have?
I Had Surgery Last Year That Removed An Ovary That My Dr. Said Was Causing My Pain. Turns Out Yesterday, My New Dr. Diagnosed Me With Adenomyosis And My Ovary Should Not Have Been Removed, But My Uterus Has To Go. Now I Am Short An Ovary And Very Angery. More Info...I Did Have A Second Opinion Before The Ovaryectomy, "Unknown Source Of Pain", But My Concern Is That The 2Nd Dr. Was In The Same Medical Group. Do Dr.S Typically Back Each Other Up Even If They Are Wrong?
There are any number of attorneys who specialize in medical malpractice issues. You would have to show that the first doctor could have or should have known that the diagnosis was incorrect; this can be tricky, because an incorrect diagnosis - *IF* made in good faith and consistent with the information available at the time - is not malpractice. Which is not to say you couldn't sway a jury anyway; but do you really want to be part of a process which creates mistrust, raises costs for everyone, and benefits only the attorneys?
Assuming the facts support a conclusion of actual malpractice, I'd recommend asking for direct reimbursement of all medical costs to you (and/or your insurer) - do not let your attorney get his paws on that. For punitive damages - which is where your attorney will make his money - start by asking for roughly $1million. Expect the defense to bargain down to about $100-200K before they offer to settle. And if you want to draw media attention, offer to waive some or all of the punitive damages if the doctor will agree to have the corresponding testicle removed. (It won't happen, but at least some people will get a chuckle and you can highlight the problem of unnecessary surgery.)