Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will find that there are many lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise which they specialize in your kind of case. This will make the procedure of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to limit your pursuit on the right one in almost no time. The first step is to create a set of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your town that specialize in your needs. While you are making this list you should only include those which you have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find just how many years they have been practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list ought to have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You should then spend some time to check out independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you look at the reviews rather than counting on their overall rating. The information inside the reviews gives you a solid idea of how they communicate with their clients and the time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will need to talk to no less than the past three lawyers which have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing both you and your case. It can be imperative that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you find someone containing the proper level of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.
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Two Months Ago, I Was Caught Shoplifting In Az. I Was Very Cooperative With The Loss Prevention Team And The Police As Well. An Hour Later, I Was Released By The Police Officer And In His Report To The Judge He Would Say That I Was Cooperative And Very Sorry For My Actions. I Plead Guilty At My Arraignment. I Just Want To Put This Behind Me, I Am So Humiliated And Upset With Myself About This. Anyways, My Sentencing Will Be At The End Of This Month And The Judge Told Me That It Would Just Be A Fine Because It Is My First And Only Offense.
I Will Be Graduating From College In Fall 2009 And Will Be Applying At Jobs In Hospitals. Can I Have This Expunged From My Record Before Then And How Do I Go About Doing This? I Really Appreciate Any Feedback I Can Get. I'Ve Never Been In Any Kind Of Trouble Before So I'M Totally Clueless On What To Do. Because I'M So Embarrassed By My Actions, I Do Not Want Anyone To Know.
In Arizona, the policy is a "setting aside of judgment," which is very similar to the expungement policies of other states. Fortunately for you, it sounds like you are a perfect candidate. You committed a non-violent crime, are going to be sentenced, and then will be discharged by the court. Your crime is not drug related, not committed against a minor, and doesn't fall into any of the other barred categories. So heres my advice - you're going to receive some fines when you are sentenced. PAY THEM IMMEDIATELY. Get this thing done, and then you'll need to wait thirty days. As soon as its up, head over to whatever attorney's office is most convenient for you, and explain your situation. Good luck to you!
I Went Into The Hospital To Have Day Surgery And The Doctor Made A Mistake And Ended Up Needing To Repeat The Surgery. He Messed Up Again And Needed To Call In A Different Surgeon Which Had To Perform Emergency Surgery To Fix The Other Doctors' Mistake Because It Punctured A Pancreatic Cyst And The Acid Ate Through My Pancreas. If The Acid Went On Any Other Organ, I Would Have Died. I Was In The Hospital For Two Weeks And Was Out Of School For Six Weeks. I Barely Passed Each Class (I Was A Very Good Student Before This) And Now My Gpa Is So Low (2.4), I Am Afraid I Wont Be Able To Get Into A Good School And Be Successful. What Are My Rights? What Can I Do?
First, a lot depends upon what state you are in. For instance, in Louisiana, medical malpractice lawsuits must first go to a state medical review board that determines whether you have a legitimate grievance; it is rather conservative. In Texas, it is far more liberal and easieer to initiate a lawsuit.
Second, the biggest factor has to do with whether the doctor was negligent. Honestly, we're getting only your half of the story. If there was negligence, you potentially have a case. In many instances, if there was truly negligence, the doctor & hospital would likely settle out of court. As to potential damages, that is based on actual damages (medical bills & lost wages) and non-economic damages ("pain and suffering"). In some instances, maybe even punitive damages. You can't sue for grades or for what "almost happened."
On Average Do Criminal Or Civil Litigation Attorneys Make More Annually?
I am only guessing here, but I would say civil attorneys make more money.
Civil law has several sub-categories. Some attorneys go into corporate law. Some work as defense attorneys, which means they are mostly working for insurance companies. Some work as plaintiff attorneys. Some specialize in product liability, or medical malpractice, or transportation, or construction, or auto claims. And then there is family law, the robber barons of the business.
About 5 years after my sister’s divorce was final, she was served with a post trial motion. It was a motion seeking a reduction in spousal maintenance. She hired an attorney to handle this motion for her. This brief period of representation lasted less than 4 months from beginning to end. Her attorney charged her $47,000, which is outrageous for 4 months of representation on a fairly routine motion.
My sister objected to this outrageous legal bill, and in accordance with the terms of the retainer agreement, she filed in arbitration seeking a reduction. My sister represented herself. Her attorney hired an attorney to represent her. In analyzing the legal bill, for example, we found 27 strategy conferences, in which her attorney had meetings with other attorneys in the firm all to discuss “strategy” on this very routine motion. And then each attorney participating in the strategy conference would charge for their time. There was obviously tons of unnecessary legal work being done. We even found mathematical errors in the legal bills where they simply added wrong. My sister spent many hours analyzing and preparing her case for arbitration, and she had many valid arguments to make. Even the judge had commented in the final judgment legal memorandum regarding the excessive legal charges, and this was submitted in the arbitration hearing as well.
The arbitrator appointed happens to be --- you guessed it, another attorney. The arbitrator was allegedly, an “independent” attorney, but we all know they come from the same club. The arbitration hearing lasted 8 hours. The final decision was that the legal bill was reduced by ZERO. They did not even reduce the amount of the bill for the mathematical errors.
So my sister had to pay the entire $47,000. And she did pay it. But how OUTRAGEOUS is that?
I Pay Child Support But She Took Off With The Kids And Disappeared?
Child Support Comes Out Automatically Every Month, But She Took Off With The Kids And Not Allowed Me Visitation For Almost A Year. I Have Been Trying To Find Her But Have No Luck I Have Gone To The Courts To Stop The Order But They Keep Denying Me. I Have Also Tried Going Thru Cse And Explained To Them They Are Basically Helping Her Be A Fugative. Is There A Way I Can Get Records From Her Cse Card To Show Where She May Be So I Can Take Her Back To Court?
Child support enforcement has a child locator service under federal law. Use it, and also file for contempt of court for denial of access. If she does not show up, she is held in contempt, which is grounds to immediate change of custody. You do not even need an attorney.
As for child support, you are asking the wrong question. You want it frozen, not stopped. You still pay, but the state holds onto the money until she appears.
Federal Child Support Enforcement Handbook for Non-Custodial Parents
To learn a father's rights, join Dads House Educational Center in Yahoo Groups. It's free to join and access all materials. You also associate with other fathers going through, and have already gone through, the same issues. We have an Educational Manual that teaches everything that needs to be known in addressing your legal issues. Mention your question here when asked why you want to join, as well as your state?
2nd Wife Club in Yahoo Groups, for those brave enough to take on a man with "baggage".
For 22 years, I have volunteered my time working with divorced/single fathers dealing in family law issues, such as child support, teaching them about what the states are not telling support obligors.
I'M Seeking Some Legal Advice As A Former Employee With Cvs?
Let Me Start In Saying This, I Am A Former Retail Manager With Cvs. My Most Recent Position Was As A Shift Supervisor With The Company And I Was Let Go In December With A Large Legal Charge Against Me.
(1) I Was In A Situation Where My Store Manager Quit And There Was Nobody To Replace Him. As A Shift A With The Company, I Was The Most Senior Member Of Management In The Store, And I Was Given The Responsibility Of Not Only The Store Manager, But Also The Assistant And My Current Position Of Shift A--When An Assistant Was Placed In The Store, My Expectations Were Still The Same As He Was Only Placed There Part Time. I Worked Over 50 Hours A Week To Cover The Time And Though I Got The Over Time I Was Exhausted And Overworked, And That Was Expected Of Me.
(2) As A Former Salaried Member Of Management In The Past Before I Left The Company For A Year, I Was Eligible For The Severance Given In The Lawsuit For Unpaid Over Time. However, I Wasn'T Given The Paperwork To Fill Out, And I Never Received That Severance.
(3) On My Last Day With Cvs, I Was Literally Cornered In The Office With Two Lp Supervisor, Both Male, With No Other Woman Present. Feeling Threatened And Distressed, I Made False Statements That Cost Me My Job And My Clean Record, And I'M Still Working On Removing The Charge Against Me And Don'T Feel Right Settling For A Plea Bargain.
Does Anyone Know Who I Can Contact That Works To Help Former Cvs Employees Like Me? What Can I Do To Right My Wrong?
1. Most professional employees work over 50 hours a week. There is nothing illegal about this as long as you were paid legally.
2. If you were still working at CVS, it would a settlement, not a severance. A severance is something that employees "can" give to employees when doing reduction in forces. The only legal requirements for severances is related to the WARN act. It's not related to your situation.
The settlement information would not have been handed out at work. You would have received the notification at home like every other class action settlement.
You can google it to see if you have missed the deadline for filing.
3. If you made false statements, it's going to be difficult to change that. Your best option would be to hire an attorney and see if you can some how get the case dropped.
There really doesn't appear to be any wrong doing on the part of CVS. If you made false statements, that's pretty much your issue not theirs.
Best Criminal Justice Lawyer In Surrounding Houston Texas Area.?
I Need A Really Good Lawyer Around Our Outside Houston Area. Im From The Woodlands. If Yall Know Of Neone , It Would Be Very Helpful
Rusty Hardin. I don't know if he's the best, but he's arguably the most famous. I think you'll find his list of representative clients on his website is very impressive.