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I Have A Domestic Violence Case Does My Lawyer Know Who The Witnesses Are?
If My Lawyer Know Who The Victims Are In This Case And If They Do Know Would They Tell Me.

Your lawyer or public defender will file a discovery motion and receive the witness statements along with the name and address of the witnesses so he or his investigator may question them. You can request to see those statements through your lawyer. Most lawyers will block out the names and addresses of the witnesses however since most state laws prohibit him from revealing that information to you.
You do have the right to confront any witness against you, but that won't be until your trial. I"m afraid you'll have to wait until after your conviction and sentence before you can identify and beat them up. At least, you'll know who they are when your next court case comes up.

My Sister Is Executor Of My Mother'S Estate;She And The Attorney Want Me To Sign A Waiver Of Notice Of Probate?
If I Do Sign The Waiver Of Notice Of Probate Will It Somehow Put Me At A Disadvantage?

Probably not.

Generally, most states require that all heirs or potential heirs either be sent formal notice (often requiring it to be served by sheriff, etc), or waive notice. By waiving notice, you aren't turning down your right to inspect the proceedings, and generally you will get a copy of any pleadings anyway. This simplifies things for the estate administration and reduces to cost to the estate.

If you have a reason not to trust your sister, then consult a probate attorney licensed in that jurisdiction on the specific steps you can take. For a referral, contact the local or state bar association.

Legal Advice?
Hello I Am 17 Years Old From Westmorland County Pennsylvania. I Need Some Legal Advice, About 6 Years Ago I Was Given A Settlement For Pain And Suffering For An Injury I Recieved. I Found Out Recently That It Was Taken Out Of A Savings Account Or Some Type Of An Account Where It Was Suppossed To Stay Until I Was 18. I Found Out That It Was My Step Father Who Had Taken It Out And Had Bought Vehicles With It. He And My Mom Are Now In The Process Fo Getting Divorced. The Settlement Was 5000 Dollars, Which I Was Looking Greatly To, So I Could Start Off On My Own Once I Turn 18. My Question Is What Can I Do? My Mother And I Have No Money To Hire An Attorney. It Was Mentioned Maybe Pro Bono Could Help? Also He Was The One That Took It Out Of The Bank, But Is There A Way His High Priced Attorny Could Also Get My Mom In Trouble If I Were To Go After This. He Is A Hateful Man And Would Try Any Tactics To Harm Us.

I doubt very seriously that a court would have made a step-parent the trustee, a step-parent has no legal rights.

You need to get a copy of the judgement which is as easy as going to the courthouse, it is public record.

I am pretty sure that you will find your mother was the trustee and chose to place the funds in a joint account that your step-father had access to. Not much you can do there. That will be worth the time and cost for 5, 000.

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Disability lawyers work on a contingency basis they only get paid if they win and the consultation would be free so they do not need any money.~

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Help Me With My Dad's Worksman's Comp/Possible Employer Negligence Issue. Do We Need An Attorney? Georgia?
My Father Has Worked For This Furniture Company For The Past ~30 Years. He Does Not Have A Driver's License And The Company Has Said He Has Had Problems Since His Vietnam Experience With "Nerves". He Works In The Furniture Warehouse. His Job Involves Lifting Furniture Etc. He Was Asked To Drive A Tugger(Similar To A Forklift In Size.) To Move Furniture Around The Warehouse. This Past April He Was In An Accident In The Tugger Where He Was Driving It And It Came Off The Loading Dock Of The Warehouse. I Don't Believe He Should Have Been On The Vehicle Anyway With No License Or Training. I'm Not Exactly Sure How The Vehicle Came Off The Side Of The Warehouse Dock, If It Popped Out Of Gear, Or If He Thought It Was In Reverse Or Whatever. He Has Been On Workmans Comp Since April And Will Likely Require Knee Surgery. He Had A Pretty Bad Concussion, But No Breaks. Just Generally Beat Up And A Huge Laceration On His Head. The Fall Was Roughly 5 Feet. I Know That In General Workman's Comp Only Covers Medical Bills And Weeks Pay Is Standard?? For Permanent Disability. Was This Negligence To Expect Him To Drive This Vehicle, For Which He Was Obviously Not Qualified? If So Should We Get An Attorney For This Situation? Please Help Me In This Situation As I'm A Little Lost.

In most states, workers' compensation is the EXCLUSIVE remedy for a worker who is injured on the job. That means that the injured worker cannot sue his employer for negligence, etc. in a separate action, but must go through the workers' compensation procedure.

Information about exclusive remedy (this has to deal with workplace violence but the premise is the same) in Georgia can be found here:
http://www.gaworkerscomp.com/wna0899.htm

More here (from an attorney's website):
http://www.workers-compensation-georgia....

From the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation:
http://sbwc.georgia.gov/02/sbwc/home/0,2...

Basically, you want to find an attorney who specializes in workers' compensation. Contact your local county bar association for a referral.

One instance where the exclusive remedy of workers' compensation is not applicable is if the employer doesn't have the coverage (hasn't paid for it and/or is not somehow exempt from it). You can check if the employer is covered here:
http://sbwc.georgia.gov/00/article/0,2086,11394008_11400533_42600637,00.html

Has your father made a claim? Here's the form:
http://sbwc.georgia.gov/00/article/0,2086,11394008_11400533_11930453,00.html

If you tell us what county you are in, I can probably locate the local bar association.

Hope this helps!

Ontario Law Concerning Borrowed Bicycle Injuries?
I Have A Dilemma. My Younger Brother Is Currently In The Process Of Buying A Used Bike From One Of His Friends. My Brother, After Getting The Bike, Found Out That It Had A Very Crappy Chain That Was On Its Way Out. Last Night, My Roommate Asked My Brother If He Could Borrow My Brother'S Bicycle. While Riding The Bicycle, The Chain Broke And My Roommate Was Almost Injured Because Of It. My Younger Brother Now Claims That My Roommate Has To Buy A New Bike Chain, Because Even Though My Brother Knew The Bike Chain Was Close To Breaking, It Didn'T Break Until My Roommate Was Using It, Regardless Of Whether He Could Have Been Hurt Or Not. Who Here Is Responsible?

What? Why would anybody borrow an injury? Read your question.
How could your brother know the chain was "about" to break? I have never been able to tell that.
"Almost" injured? What does that mean? I was almost struck by a Meteor last night. It passed within 100,000,000 miles of me!
If he knew it was "about" to break he should not expect anybody else to fix it.