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Who Governs Or Oversee'S Claim Insurance Attorney'S?
I Have A Car Insurance Claim That Has Been Is Process Since 2001 My Attorney Has Not Really Been Good With Keeping Me Intone With What Is Going On. We Did Settle One Part But I Believe That He Got The Most Out Of That Settlement, But Now We Are Getting Around To The Second Half Of The Claim And My Attorney Is Trying To Interrogate Me About The Accident When I Call Him. He Never Calls Me, There Was Supposed To Be A Court Date Last Week But His Office Advise That They Canceled The Court Date. I Just Would Like To Know What Steps To Take To Get All My Information From This Attorney And Bring It To Another Or What Steps To Take To Sue Him For Bad Business Practices

First thing I would do is to write your state's Commissioner of Insurance. Tell him/her everything you know about this, and your insurance and the other insurance company.

There is absolutely nothing that will get you a quicker response from an insurance company than a letter from the insurance commissioner.

The insurance commissioner has the authority to shut down any insurance company that does business within the state. And if you car insurance is with a company that also writes life and medical and property, etc. they must cease signing up new business until the commissioner is satisfied they have treated you according to their contract with you. Insurance companies do not like getting letters from the commissioner; it puts their business in jeopardy, and is a great impetus to make them treat you right.

I am wondering where your agent is in all this? Agents are not all created equal; there are good ones and lazy ones. But with a good agent, you should not even need a lawyer.

And I think you have got a shyster for a lawyer. He probably decided that the part you settled made him the most money, and he's not willing to put in the time to work for the little that's left.

And another thing. Lawyers really like to take a case where you do not pay their fee up front, and let them take a third of the settlement. Unless a claim is less than ten thousand, never let a lawyer take your case on contingency. If he wins, he takes his expenses and court costs out first, then takes a third of what's left for his fee, and you wind up with about 40% of the total award. It's better to bite the bullet and pay up front.

Employment Law - Forced Holiday?
Hiya During The Winter We Get 2 Weeks Holiday, But Due To The Bad Snow / Weather, My Boss Called 3 Days Before We Were Due To Go Back To Work And Told Us To Take Another Week Off Work. He Paid Us For This Extra Week Holiday. Now It Is Time For Our Trade Fort Night Holidays And He Is Saying We Are Only Entitled To 1 Week As We Had An Extra Week In January. To Me, This Is Unfair, We Didn'T Ask For The Holiday And We Didnt Ask To Be Paid For It. There Is Only 3 Of Us At Work, And No-One Was Out, That Was My Bosses Decision, Can He Make Us Abide By His Rule On This? We Only Allowed 1 Week? Contract Says - 2 Weeks Xmas, 1 Week Easter, 2 Weeks Summer And 3 Days September.. No Mention Of Bad Weather Etc Etc We Are A Roofing Company, If That Helps Any?

This really isn't an employment issue. This would be a contractual issue. You would have a very hard time fighting this and in the end, I can guarantee it would be more pain than what it is worth. Since he is offering you the same amount of paid time, I don't see a judge ruling in your favor despite what the contract says. You are still receiving the same paid time off. You didn't mention whether or not you disputed the bad weather paid vacation. If you have a documented dispute with your employer that states you disagreed with the extra paid week off, then you might have something. The fact that you accepted that extra week off will be construed as you agreeing to the new terms whether or not you verbally accepted it. Your act of not disputing the extra paid week off at the time will constitute acceptance of your summer week early. A contract isn't needed for that. Your boss would just need to prove that you willingly accepted the paid week with no dispute. Your lack of getting "the facts" and asking your boss how that week was going to be paid is your fault. Not your boss'. Consider it a change order, or amendment to your employment contract.

If you refuse to accept his interpretation, you can sue him, but what do you hope to gain? You technically are NOT losing anything. You are still receiving the same amount of paid days off. There is nothing to gain here. Take your one week and consider it a lesson for next winter.

I Need A Legal Aid Lawyer To Take On Florida Unemployment?
I Am Unemployed And Need A Lawyer To Fight To Get My Unemployment Where Do I Go . My Former Employer Will Not Corporate With Me To Give The Information The Unemployment Office Said They Need.

You probably won't get any cooperation from your former employer at all - if possible, I wouldn't even communicate with them anymore. Don't tell them what you are going to do (file for unemployment). If they do have to pay your unemployment claim, their rates will go up - they don't want this to happen, so they will not help you.

Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask them for the phone number of your local LegalAid office.

Good luck.

I Need Recommendations For A Family Law Attorney In Pa Licensed To Practice In De.?

There are numerous lawyers and law firms who are licensed in multiple states, however PA is a large state and you would do better to consult with a family law attorney in your area and they all work with firms in other state or they will give you a referral to an attorney who does,}{

What Is The Next Step To Become A Paralegal In Criminal Law?
I Already Possess A College Degree In Criminal Justice. I Prefer The Legal Aspect Versus Law Enforcement. I Am Very Interested In Becoming A Paralegal More Specifically, In Dealing With Criminal Law. I Currently Live In The State Of Virginia. I Know All States Vary In Certification Rules. I Would Love To Eventually Find Myself In This Career In The State Of New Jersey, So Even If I Have To Begin In Virginia At Least It's A Start. Does Anyone Have Information On This? Any Serious Input Is Greatly Appreciated.

Hi,

I am in NJ, and I just started a paralegal certification program (I already have a BA). I am not yet familiar with the different areas of law, but I may be able to help you a bit.

First, there is no certification requirement here. BUT, you really should consider getting a certificate. You can do what I am, which is attending a community college. The BA was required to enroll, and they also have an Associate's program. There are several people in my class who are already working in law firms and all of them want the cert. to either move up or have more job options.

You want an ABA-approved school-really important.

The thing you should be aware of is that you have to have experience to become a paralegal, even if you have had the schooling. That is why I am trying to find an entry-level law firm job now. If I do not, I will still have an internship, which will help me get started. Every ad I see wants experience. So, you will have to start out in an entry-level job, unless you can get into a very small firm that is willing to train you. I knew this going in, but I am hopeful it will work out. There are paralegal jobs here, that is for sure. Having a college degree will put us ahead of those who do not, because the employers are starting to ask for that, as well as the cert. You want to be as marketable as possible.

I have seen quite a few ads for criminal law firms and all seem to want at least 2 years of experience. If you can find a job now, even if it is filing, that will help you.

You may want to try to find a job now and maybe start school in NJ when you get here. I am not sure it will be a big difference, as long as it is an ABA-approved school.

My school will take 2 years going pt at night. It is going to cost about 5K.

I hoped I helped a bit.

GOOD LUCK!

Getting Paid After Divorce Without Custody?
I Know That Was A Weird Title, But Didnt Know How To Quite Word It. Is It True That Someone Could Have Custody Of The Kids, But Still Have To Pay Their Spouse. If So How Often Does The Woman Have To Pay The Man. Also As A General Question; Why Should Anyone Who Has Custody Ever Have To Pay The Spouse That Doesnt Even Have To Take Care Of The Kids? Thats Totally Ridiculous If This Can Happen.

The term you are looking for is rebuttable presumption. I knew of a man who got custody of his 2 kids, he made about 125K a year. When the divorce was final mom made nothing but by the fathers own admission was a good mom so they got joint custody with him having the primary. He was ordered to pay her child support so that she could maintain a place to live for the children when they where with her. It is VERY rare that this ever happens, but it has happened when one spouse makes a lot of money and the other one doesn't.

Now for general child support the woman is ordered to pay the man in about 20% of cases, and of those 205 only about 20% actually pay.