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Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will find that there are countless lawyers in your area that advertise they specialize in your type of case. This can make the procedure of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below you will be able to narrow down your search to the right one out of almost no time. The initial step is to generate a set of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your circumstances. When you are making this list you must only include those that you have an excellent vibe about according to their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down if you take a little while evaluating their website. There you will be able to find just how many years they have been practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list should have shrunken further to people that you just felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate level of experience. You must then take the time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure you look at the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The details inside the reviews will give you a concept of the way they communicate with the clientele and the length of time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to talk with a minimum of the past three lawyers that have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you time to really evaluate how interested these are in representing both you and your case. It is vital that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find a person which includes the best degree of experience to help you the best possible outcome.

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How To Find A Good Lawyer ?
Im Looking For A Lawyer Because I Want To Win A Case Against A Hospital . Actually I Was Mistread By This Hospital And I Need A Compensation . What Type Of Lawyers Will Be Able To Perfrom This Case ?

Well depends on where you are. There are some very good lawyers who practice in 1 form of the law and become very good at what they do. Like if you wanted an Accident and Injury lawyer from where I live I can give you the name of a great lawyer who wins the largest amounts. Lawyers are more specific to area and there are some crappy lawyers out there.

Is This A Felony?????????????????????
Driving Under The Influence? Driving Under The Influence While Too Young To Legally Consume Alcohol? Reckless Driving? Assualting A Police Officer? ( Pushing Or Shoving Which Also Includes Resisting Arrest ) Selling Parts Off Of A Vehicle That Wasn'T Stolen By You? Committing A Crime That Is Not A Felony But Fleeing Into Another State? Committing A Crime That Is Not A Felony But Fleeing Into Another Country? Stealing Something That Costs Under $100, $1,000? $10,000?

This is general information, and varies greatly by state and even city. Also, many of these can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony, and depends on the officer and details of the incident.

Driving under the influence? - Usually a misdemeanor unless there is an accident.

Driving under the influence while too young to legally consume alcohol? - Usually not different than if they were of age.

Reckless driving? - Again, depends on if there was an accident, and if the accident resulted in death/serious injury.

Assaulting a police officer? ( Pushing or shoving which also includes resisting arrest ) - Yes, battery against a peace officer is a felony, but just moving around or trying to run is resisting arrest which is a misdemeanor.

Selling parts off of a vehicle that wasn't stolen by you? - Felony

Committing a crime that is not a felony but fleeing into another state? - Felony, but only if a warrant has already been issued on the misdemeanor.

Committing a crime that is not a felony but fleeing into another country? - Again, Felony if a warrant was issued prior to leaving.

Stealing something that costs under $100, $1,000? $10,000? - Each state has a set amount of money when it changes from a misdemeanor to a felony. My state is set at $250, so a theft of $250 is a felony, and a theft of $249.99 is a misdemeanor.

Assaulting a police officer? ( Punching or kicking which also includes resisting arrest ) - See above

Assaulting a police officer? ( Verbally ) - Not a crime to say anything to a police officer

Assaulting a police officer? ( Grabbing for gun ) - Felony

Refusing to leave vehicle? - I am assuming you are saying that you are refusing to leave when an officer tells you to. That is going to be obstructing a police investigation and/or resisting arrest which are both usually misdemeanors.

Refusing to give up a gun in your possession? - Refusing to give it up is an obstruction misdemeanor, but if they want you to give up a weapon, it is usually for a felony possession or assault charge. Refusing if it involves threatening body language can land you a assault with a deadly weapon charge which is a felony.

Hitting a cop with a car? (No injuries, Injuries) - If it was done intentionally, it will get you a battery against a peace officer charge which is a felony or even an attempted murder charge. If it was an honest accident that just happened to involve an officer, it would be the same as any other accident.

Not all at once. All individual crimes by different individuals. Obviously all of these together = felony - FYI - Not actually true. If you have 10 misdemeanors, it doesn't "become" a felony. You have to commit a felony level crime to be charged with one.

My Lawyer Is Leaving His Law Firm. Is My Retainer Now Void?
I Signed A Contingency Retainer With My Attorney In A Personal Injury Claim. My Attorney Is Now Leaving His Firm And The Case Is Not Settled Yet. Do I Owe Him Any Money? Is The Contract Now Void? Can I Just Handle This Myself Now? He Is Offering To Turn It Over To His Partner To Handle.

It depends. The contract you signed maybe with the law firm vs the attorney. Many lawyers when they work in a firm have to pay a percentage of what they make to the firm. But in some cases when they leave, they take their business with them, or are prevented to take the cases if you signed in effect with the firm.

Since the case is not settled, you can either fire the lawyer or the firm that you signed on the contract. But;;;;;;be advised that in many contingency agreements, there maybe a clause that states that if you fire them or hire another lawyer, could be a "lien" on any settlement or they could bill you for costs that they incurred till you fired them.

The choice is up to you.

good luck

What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hiring A Lawyer Vs. Doing It Yourself When Forming An Llc?
Also, Is It Possible To Fill Out All The Paperwork Myself, But Have A Lawyer Draft An Operating Agreement?

Advantages: definitely having all of your bases covered...

Disadvantages: paying a lot for something that's pretty simple to do yourself...

Suggestion?? If you're to the point of forming an LLC, you should have a lawyer on as 'consult' do a lot of the legwork yourself, but you save a ton of money, and you still have all of your bases covered. I've learned this from experience with my photography business.

Finding a lawyer is the hardest part...I'd suggest making a LOT of appointments with any business or business litigation lawyer in your area and simply going in for a free consult. They're all about equally adept to handle all of your needs, so you're really just looking for someone that you feel really comfortable with.

Best of luck to you!!

**Update** $200 is about right. It sounds intimidating, but it isn't really. It all depends on how much of the leg-work you're comfortable doing. I do just about all of the actual 'work' and have him review everything for me...I do this with client letters, promo materials, and studio contracts. Also, I handle everything with him via email & that's much's easier on him, too, b/c he can look at it at his convenience. A quick example: I drafted my studio contract; sent it to him; he sent it back within 24 hours with several changes; he charged $50 and has saved me *thousands* with the simple additions he made. Again, all business attorneys are kinda' equal, so just make sure you feel *really* comfortable with them...I really hope this helps, and congratulations on the business venture!!

Are There Any Books Out For Police Officers To Improve Dwi Cases In Court (Not Roadside)?
I'M Not Looking For A Sfst Book, However A Book That Will Help Me Fight Attn In Court To Make My Dwi Cases Strong. Thanks

It would vary by state. Each state has it's own laws, some don't even call it dwi but dui.
If you have a separate traffic court talk with the prosecutors who work that court. They can give you tips on what the defense uses and what laws/procedures cops mess up most.
In my station for a while it was the waiting and observation period pre Breathalyzer.
Remember most legislators are lawyers and get lots of campaign funds from defense attorneys. They write this stuff so it is hard to prosecute yet they can still tell MADD that they passed tough laws. Many have actually told me that they think :there for the grace of god go I" so they do not want to get a dui either.
You can also attend dui hearings when you are in the court building(s) and just pay attention.
That is what I did (not for dui) when I first started doing drug search warrants. I quickly learned how best to document my ci's which tending to take the wind out of a lot of defense attorney's challenges to my warrants.

Do All Attorneys In New York Have A Bar Number?

Yes. Go to the NY state court website and lookup the attorney's name in the attorney directory. The registration number is their bar number.