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Motor Vehicle Accident; Pain & Suffering Settlement; Personal Injury Lawyer?
My Name Is Kristi And I Am 26. I Was In A Car Accident In July '13. I Was Coming Down A 55Mph Highway And Someone Blew A Stop Sign. The At Fault Driver T-Boned Me Into The Other Car At The Stop Sign On The Other Side Of The Crossing Road And Then My Car Hit Head On Into A Telephone Pole After I Lost Conciousness. I Was Rushed To The Hospital. I Suffered A Broken Scaphoid Bone, Stomach Aches, Severe Headaches, Shooting Pain Down My Right Hip To My Knee And Ankle, Knee Pain, Concussion And Minor Vertebrae Injuries. My Medical Bills Exceed $15,000 And Still Growing. I Haven'T Been Able To Return To Work (Going On 9 Weeks), Due To Wrist Cast, Headaches And Shooting Hip, Knee And Ankle Pain. Worst Off, My First Day At My New Job Was Supposed To Be Two Days After The Accident. I'Ve Only Worked One Day Of My New Job So Far And I Fear They Will Let Me Go Soon. My Car Was Totaled, Which I'Ve Already Been Payed For. The At Fault Driver'S Insurance Company Gave Me A Rental Car For 20 Days. At The Time Of The Accident, My Dog Was In The Back Seat. The At Fault Driver'S Insurance Company Is Paying For My Dog'S Ongoing Vet Bills, As She Is Limping On Her Front Right Leg. What Can I Expect To Receive For Pain And Suffering When The Time Comes To Talk About The Settlement? Is It Worth It More Often Than Not To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer? Or Is It Likely That I Will Recieve Less Than I Would Without One After The 33% Contingency Fees? I Spent One Night In The Hospital. Can Anyone Out There Shed Some Insight Please? I'Ll Be Sure To Update This When All Is Said And Done, As To Help People In The Future That Are Baffled By All This, Like I Am. I Am Starting Physical Therapy Soon For The Wrist, Hip And Leg. I Just Don'T Want To Get Ripped Off. I Want What'S Fair. I Know The Real Prize Out Of All Of This Is That My Dog And I Are Alive And So Are All Other Parties Involved. Any Advice Would Be Appreciated So That I Can Make The Last Hurdles From This Car Accident In A Financially Educated Manner. Thank You All In Advance For Your Responses. I Hope Everyone'S Having A Fantastic Summer.
You don't mention what state you live in; that makes a difference in automobile-related personal injury suits.
My advice: it never hurts to consult a lawyer (and I am a lawyer). I would especially say this since it sounds like you could have long-term effects from your injuries. Most state bar associations provide a lawyer referral service. In our state, if you call the 1-800 # and explain your situation briefly, they'll refer you to lawyers in your area who have agreed to a 30-minute consult.
What Are My Babies Paternal Grandparents Rights?
My Ex'S Parents Have Just Found Out That He Fathered My Twin Boys, They'Re Requesting Visitation Rights And I'Ve Been Told That They Might Try And Go For Custody. My Boys Are Only 4 Months Old And I'M Breastfeeding. I Don'T Particulary Like My Ex'S Parents At All I Know They Made His Childhood Pretty Miserable. My Ex See'S The Babies But Isn'T A Father To Them. Can His Parents Get Visitations Rights? And If So How Often And For How Long?
I'M 17 And So Is The Dad
(We Live In The U.K)
Grandparents rights in the UK are similar to the US. Since you were never married, and the children have never had contact with the grandparents, they have no rights. Considering that you have allowed the father access, they won't have a case at all.
Most visitation rights for grandparents occur after a divorce and regular interaction with the children. They have had no interaction.
Write down all the things you can remember that your ex said about them making his child hood miserable. While I support that a single mom should include the paternal grandparents in the child's life, there is no point if they sucked as parents themselves.
Question About Getting Into Law School?
I'M At A Public University That Is A D-Ii School, I Know That'S Just For Sports But I Don'T Know How To Explain It. I'M At A Small University In Missouri And I Was Wondering If It'S Possible To Get Into Large University Law Schools? Like University Of Missouri, Tennessee, Etc. With A 3.5 G.P.A. And An Average Lsat? I'M Only A Freshman In College, But Want To Know My Chances With A 3.5, An Average Lsat, And Being From A Small Missouri University. Thank You.
Law school admission is almost exclusively based on LSAT and GPA. Here is a link to the average LSATs and GPAs for all accredited US schools:
Going to a smaller state school should not hurt your chances at Missouri or Tennessee, so long as you keep your grades up; however, you will have a very good chance at substantial scholarship money if you can pull a 3.85 or above.
Ive Been Refused Emergency Legal Aid, Does This Mean I Cant Get Legal Aid At All?
If you were refused legal aid, then you were deemed financially able to pay for your own attorney.
Generally, legal aid is only supplied to people with very little (or no) money. So, unfortunately, if you have a certain income, then, yep, you're gonna have to pay for it all, all by yourself.
I think. Maybe the state grants, like, semi-scholarships. But I don't think so. You could research this yourself online, or call your local legal aid offices and ask.
Looking For A Labor Attorney That Can Help Me About Unfair Treatment?
I Was Harash By My Old Employer And I Been Looking For A Attorney That Can Work On My Case (Pre-Bono) I Really Need Help I Can Not Afford A Attorney , Is Anybody Can Help Me
Family Law Ca 730 Evaluation?
Ill Keep This Short And Sweet And Try Not To Add All The Drama:
My Child'S Dad Is Asking For A 730 Eval.
Dad Requested A 730 Eval About 14 Months Ago. He Said He Would Pay 100% So The Judge Said, Ok And Ordered It. Dad Never Did Pay For It. We Had To Go To Our Hearing For An &Quot;Up Date &Quot; On The 730 That Was Ordered. Dad Admitted That He Couldn'T Pay For It. Judge Wasn'T Too Happy. So Then A 31-11 Was Ordered. We Both Paid 1/2. The 31-11 Report Was Adopted As Our Court Orders. I Had No Problem With This. Dad Did And Still Does. Now, Dad Still Not Happy, Also To Add, We Just Went Through An Evidential Hearing. The Judge Said, &Quot; There Is Nothing More That This Court Can Do For You. Just Follow The Court Orders&Quot;. I Am Pro Per. Dad Has Council. I Did Pretty Darn Good By The Way In The Evidential Hearing (5 Days Long)! Any Who, Dad Still Not Happy, Still Wants To Move To The City That He Is From.
1) What Are The Odds That The Judge Will Grant Another Request From Dad For A 730 Eval? Especially After We Just Had A 31-11 In Dec. 2011
Evidence Code section 730 permits a court to order an expert evaluation and report in connection with a a trial of an action. Family Law section 3111 permits a court to appoint a child custody evaluator in connection with a contested child custody or visitation action.
Either order is discretionary with the court, so Dad would have to show some reason for the court to believe that there has been a significant change in circumstances which might reasonably lead to a different result in the evaluation. The court will be reluctant to have the prior report duplicated, and if the request is for the court to PAY for the evaluation, the court will be EXTREMELY reluctant to order a new report--a very strong showing of new circumstances would be required.
In fact, if there are no changed circumstances, I don't see how the court can conduct a new hearing on the custody/visitation orders which are in existence, and in the absence of a new hearing there would be no basis for a new evaluation.
Caveat: I am not a Family Law expert, so these comments are based upon my general understanding of the law and reading the statutes.