4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Help You If you want an attorney for any excuse, you must work closely together to be able to win your case. Regardless how competent these are, they're going to need your help. Listed below are four important strategies to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're gonna reveal to them. Privilege means everything you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know everything in advance - most especially information another side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they have to enable them to win. 3. Appear Early For All Those Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are promptly, every time. Actually, because you may have to discuss last minute details or be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's a good idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with any kind of crime, it's important in order to prove to a legal court that you both regret the actions and are making strides toward improving your life. As an example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.
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Help!! Mock Trial Lawyer Outfit.?
Tommarow At School Were Having A Mock Trial I Am The Prosecution Lawyer. You Get Extra Points For Looking The Part Any Tips? Hair And Outfit Everything! My Dad Is Also Lending Me His Breifcase.
umm is ur name alex?
anyway u should wear:
black pencil skirt, some cute black tights (stick with plain black, more formal)
a tank top, but not like revealing or anything, (white or black)
a cute navy or black blazer from h&m, forevr 21 or urban outfitters or sumthimg
hair uup in a knot on top of your head, but not the VERY top. u should dnt be able to see the bun from the front!
BLACK or navy high heel, but nnothing strappy or peep toes
umm, wedges work too!
don't go over 2 or 3 inches, then u just look like ur trying to ber ms hot teachher!
good luck, and have fun!!
(i wanna be a lawyer when im older)
oh also. if you have glasses, (but u don't usually wear them, or contacts or sumthing) WEAR THE GLASSES!!!!
if u REALLY wanna go all out, u can gert a pair of fake glasses, black, rectangular, not too thick framed, but DEFFO NOT WIRES!!!!!!
Does Anyone Know Of A Company That Would Give An Advance On A Lawsuit??
It Is A Wrongful Death Lawsuit And My Lawyer Doesnt Accept These Kind Of Offers;
I just searched "lawsuit cash advance" and found several.
The Father Of My Child Is Taking Me To Family Court Over The Paternity Of Our Child, But He Says That He Does Not Deny That Our Son Is His. We Went In For The First Hearing To Day And He Showed Up With A Lawyer And She Would Not Even Let Him Speak. There Is A Paternity Test Ordered Now. Him And I Still Talk And Are Trying To Work Out Or Relationship (He Left Me 2 Days After I Have Our Son), So We Met Up Today And He Told Me That After The Results Of The Paternity Test That We Can Settle This All Out Of Court. He Agreed That We Can Both Sign An Agreeement Between The Two Of Us, But I Dont Want Us To Do It And Then It Not Be Correct, Does Anyone Know The Best Way To Resolve This?
Well I'm sure his attorney told him to do the paternity test, which is ok cause you have nothing to worry about, just think of it as a technicality.
My ex and I went through mediation. that's where you and him go to two separate rooms and the mediator goes from one room to another and you both come up with court orders that work with ya'll best. After both of you agree, ya'll sign the paper and it goes to a judge that finalizes it and it becomes what both of you have to go by till the child turns 18/or out of college, or until one of you go back to court for modification.
Grandparents And Father Rights?
I'M 18 Years Old Just Recently Had A Child And The Fathers Name Is Not On The Birth Certificate. I Was Wondering What Rights He Has To The Child And What Rights His Parents Have. They Are Trying To Claim Grandparents Rights On The Baby And I Am Wondering What I Can Do, If They Have Any Rights, And What Should Be Done.
He has the same rights to the child as YOU do. His name doesn't HAVE to be on the birth certificate as long as he and the child share the sam DNA. Most states recognize grandparent's rights, they are allowed visitation of the child. You need to seek an attorney.
How Much Should I Ask For In A Personal Injury Accident?
I Got Fibromyalgia And Whip Lash In An Accident That Occurred On September 28Th 2009 In Moorhead Mn. A Man Ran A Red Light And T Boned Me. So Its Proven That It Was His Fault Completely. My Current Medical Bills For The First Year Were 22000 Dollars. I Am Pregnant Now So I Haven'T Had Any Medical Bills Lately Because The Risks. I Know That I Will Never Be Able To Go Into The Police Force Now Because Of The Pain And Weakness I Deal With Every Day. I Had To Quit My Job And Cannot Do Any Type Of 40 Hour A Week Job Anymore. The Doctor Told Me 12 To 15 Hours A Week At Most. So My Question Is How Much Should I Be Settling For Considering This Is A Life Long Condition And Has Completely Changed My Life? P.S. I Am Only 21 And Really Can'T Afford A Lawyer So Any Suggestions Would Help.
1. You can afford an attorney. Personal injury attorneys typically work on contingency. This means the attorney does not get paid unless/until you get money. The lawyer's fee of 1/3 and any incurred costs (getting medical reports, expert opinions, etc.) is deducted from your settlement. If you are awarded $10 and the attorney incurred $1 in fees, you get around $6: $10 minus contingency fee of 1/3 and minus the $1 in incurred costs. In addition, whatever your health insurance paid out on your behalf must be paid back with the settlement proceeds.
2. You should def get an attorney - no insurance carrier is going to offer much money if they know you are not represented.
3. How much to ask for is a decision made by your attorney and the insurance limits of the other driver. Demanding the policy limits is standard.
4. Fibromyalgia is still viewed as a fake or psychosomatic illness. I'm not saying it is - just letting you know what the general impression of it is among insurance companies and many physicians. It is typically regarded as a catch-all diagnosis. In other words, not worth much. This doesn't mean your case is worthless, but it DOES mean you need a personal injury attorney to represent you. YOU, as the plaintiff, have the burden to prove that the accident caused the fibromyalgia...and it would be easier to prove a causative link between the accident and a broken leg than the accident and fibromyalgia.
5. It seems very odd that you would get a fibromyalgia diagnosis so soon. It has only been a few month post-accident. Do you have any other conditions or any prior injuries?
Where Can I Find A Lawyer To Hire To Help My Case With My Medical Discharge?
I Am Being Medically Discharged From The Us Army And I Have To Go To Fort Houston To Fight For More Benefits For The Injury That I Suffered. Where Can I Find A Lawyer That I Can Hire, A Civilian One? Also, One That Does Not Ask For Money Up Front Would Be Wonderful. Thank You.
Your state bar association has a lawyer referral service. For instance, in Texas it is www.texasbar.com.
There are plenty of civilian lawyers with appropriate experience.
Ask for a contingency contract. That means that the only way the lawyer gets paid is for him to win your case and collect money, from which he will take a percentage (30% or more). If no longer will take it on contingency, they are telling you that winning and collecting are unlikely.