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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will notice that there are loads of lawyers in the area that advertise they specialize in your sort of case. This will make the entire process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, if you follow the tips below it will be easy to narrow down your pursuit off to the right one out of almost no time. The first task is to create a listing of the lawyers which are listed in the area that specialize in your circumstances. When you are making this list you must only include those that you have a great vibe about according to their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down if you take some time evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the amount of years they are practicing and a few general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list should have shrunken further to those that you simply felt had professional websites plus an appropriate amount of experience. You ought to then spend some time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you browse the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The information inside the reviews gives you an idea of the way that they interact with the clientele and the length of time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you will need to meet up with at least the last three lawyers which have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you some time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It can be vital that you follow every one of these steps to actually hire a company that has the best degree of experience to help you the very best outcome.

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Wheelchair Work Question... Law?
So Say A Man Applies For A Job With A Fortune 500 Company. He'S Then Told He Won'T Be Considered For The Job Because He Is Bound To A Wheelchair. They Alleged That They Did Not Have Wheelchair Access And Did Not Want To Spend The Money Necessary To Install Them. Is This A State Or Federal Case? Which Statutes Are Involved? I Know It Goes With The Americans With Disabilities Act (Ada), But I'M Having Trouble Finding Statutes And Finding The Answer To This Question. It'S For My College Law Class, Any Help Is Very Appreciated. I Know This Is An Imaginary Case, But It Was Given To Me For Class And I Need To Be Able To Come Up With Some Kind Of Statutes To Go Against This Case, And Also I Need To Be Able To Specify Whether It Would Be Heard In The State Or Federal Courts...

You can't find a law because there is no law. As part of the ADA it's "reasonable" accomodation and the employer gets to decide what's reasonable and what's not. The employee can fight that decision.

For example: I'm an HR Consultant. I work out of a 1960s 2 story office building that is grandfathered from ADA law. It's inconsistent that I'm in the office or not.
- retrofitting the building is not a reasonable accommodation for me.
- me carrying the person up and down the stairs is not a reasonable accommodation because I probably can't lift the person and I'm not always there
- it's not reasonable to me to hire someone to carry the person up and down the stairs.

If the potential employee filed a case against me, I would most likely win. I'm a small business. I don't own the building.

However, in your scenario, even though it could be the similar building, they would most likely be required to purchase one of those wheelchair elevators and make the proper adjustments.

Also, remember it's not "do not want to spend the money". It's what's reasonable and that's different for each scenario.

Different Types Of Lawyers?
I Was Wondering What The Different Types Of Lawyers Are And What They Specialize In Maybe With Examples. Thank You!

Different types of lawyers: Employed, underemployed, and unemployed.

Anyone can be a lawyer. If you are willing to pay the tuition some law school, some place, will take you. There are a lot of bad law schools that will take anyone with a pulse. I could probably get my dog into several law schools. The profession has gone down a lot. Many law grads can't find jobs.

Here is a story of a lawyer working at Radio Shack making $7.65 an hour with $200,000 in student loans:

Here is a story about a lawyer serving pizza:

Or you could work at Target:

Only half of law grads find jobs that require a law degree, many of these are low paying. There is a huge glut of attorneys pushing down wages and opportunities.

Be a lawyer, maybe you could work at Pappa John's,Radio Shack or Starbucks after you graduate law school, with a couple hundred thousand dollars worth of debt.

Who Should I Contact For A Free Legal Service?
Can Somebody Give Me An Email Address, Or Website?

It really depends on what your legal concern is. Here are some which you might find useful.

Agency : Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG)
Address : Rm. 204 Cabrera II Bldg. 64 Timog Ave. Q.C.
Tel. # : 924-37-99 / 926-54-77 and 926-12-45
Services : Free legal assistance & legal education program violation of human rights, cases affecting communities economic sectors such as labor, students, teachers, urban and rural poor; etc.

Agency :Office of Legal Aid (OLA)
Address : Rm. 107 College of Law, UP Diliman Q.C.
Tel. # : 9276260/ 4349537
Services : Legal advice by law interns only to M.M. clients
Contact Person : Contact Person Mr. Rommel Opiz, Staff
Schedule: Open Monday to Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Services: Legal Advice Supervise by Law Interns, Criminal cases, Labor cases, Civil cases
Free of Charge

Address: GroundFloor Hoffner Building
Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City
Tel No: 426-6124
E-mail address:
Services: Direct legal service, Litigation assistance, consultations, preparations of pleadings, court appearances
Referral Requirements: Partners referral – referral endorsement primarily VAW related cases

Can I Apply For An Occupation Driver'S License Myself In Dallas County Or Will I Require A Lawyer?
How To Apply For Occupational Driver'S License.

Here is a link to the FAQ for a Texas Occupational Driver's License.

All the info you could ask for.

Because a petition to the court is required in most cases a lawyer will be helpful.

Life Span Of Asbestos Fibers?
I Plan On Removing My Cottage Cheese Ceiling So I Can Rid My Home Of Asbestos. What Is The Life Span Of Asbestos Fibers? For Example, If I Remove The Asbestos And For Some Reason There Are Airborne Fibers, How Long Would It Take For Them To Disappear? Or Would They Disappear? Thanks.

They don't break down if that's what you mean. They must be mechanically removed from the environment.

Most experts (which is to say people who make a living studying the stuff, rather than the lawyers who make a percentage of every dollar they can sue out of somebody over the stuff) agree that as far as "popcorn ceilings" and asbestos-containing floor tiles and insulation go, the proper thing for the homeowner to do is simply paint over it. This seals in the fibers completely, eliminating any possible exposure to the airborne fibers.

However, lets face it -- there is one good reason to get rid of those popcorn ceilings. They are ugly as sin (who the heck ever thought that looked good?). If you choose to remove the material, the following approach should completely protect you from any residual fibers after the job is done:

Use a good quality face mask with air filter -- this will cost maybe $20 at the hardware store. Even just a standard cheap filter mask ($1 style) will reduce the levels of inhaled fibers by 90% or more if used properly, but a good quality sealed one with a filter cannister will take out essentially 100% of any fibers.

Open the windows, and set up a fan to blow out through the downwind windows -- this will suck clean air in through the upwind windows, pick up any loose fibers, carry them out the downwind windows, and they will disperse outdoors in low enough concentrations as to not pose a threat to anyone.

Use water to dampen the material, this will keep it from forming loose fibers as well as make it easier to remove from the ceiling. A garden sprayer filled with warm water works best.

Keep the waste material dampenend and in closed bags once it has been scraped from the ceiling.

When done, dust thouroughly and vacuum the carpets and mop the floor, then throw out the vacuum cleaner bag and the duster and mop used.

BTW, don't freak out too much about asbestos -- the primary risk is just to those who are CHRONICALLY exposed to high levels of loose floating fibers of it, such as people who work with the stuff every day (insulation, demolition, concrete, etc workers in industries where measurable asbestos exposure happens every day).

Keep it in perspective:
Note that the risk of contracting a deadly cancer from casual asbestos exposure (the type that occurs in the home environment) is about 1/12000th the risk of dying from cancer due to smoking.

Also though it may be dry and overly technical, here is another great reference on the subject:
Note that this study puts the risk of contracting mesothelioma or other forms of asbestos-related cancers due to casual exposure this way: "Low-level exposure, as encountered in public buildings, probably does not represent any additional health hazard beyond what is incurred breathing outdoor air."

What Is The Occupation That Means You Work With Lawyers?
I Ask My Auntie What Does She Do And She Said She Work With Or For Lawyers I Forgot Which One She Said But Either Way, She Makes A Nice Amount Of Money And Lives In. A Big House With My Uncle That'S A Manger At A Ford Company But I Wanna Know What Do You Call Somebody That Works With Lawyers So I Can Know Her Salary Because Like I Said Before She Makes A Nice Amount.

paralegal maybe?