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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise they specialize in your type of case. This could make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to limit your research on the right one in almost no time. Step one is to create a list of the lawyers that are listed in your neighborhood focusing on your position. While you are making this list you must only include those you have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down by using some time evaluating their site. There you should certainly find the amount of years they have been practicing and several general information regarding their success rates. At this point your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You should then spend some time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you look at the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The info from the reviews will provide you with an idea of the way they connect with their customers and the time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will want to meet with no less than the final three lawyers that have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you time to genuinely evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It can be vital that you follow every one of these steps to actually find a person which has the best amount of experience to get you the perfect outcome.

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Prepaid Legal Services-Should I Use Their Lawyer Services?
I Live In The Nashville Area. Does Anyone Know If I Should Use Www.Prepaidlegalservices.Com? I Already Called The State Legal Services, But They Said They Could Not Help Me. I Need A Pro Bono Lawyer Immediately. Thanks.

I have a prepaid legal membership as well as identity theft shield. What I liked was there was no contract if you felt you didn't need them you could cancel your service. I am not someone who feels they "need" a lawyer to get through life but I tell you what, having them I've run into situations where it was nice just to have someone to call who actually gave real legal advice.
I believe in them so much I became an independent associate and definitely encourage people to use them as a supplement to help keep the regular lawyer bills down.
You can see a bit more about the coverage you get at my site.

I hope this helps greatly!
www.prepaidlegal.com/info/deniserooker

Slip And Fall Accident?
I Walked Into A Resturant Bathroom And Slipped And Fell On A Wet Floor, I Got Up And Walked To The Front And Said Excuse Me But Your Bathroom Floor Is Wet And I Just Fell And There Is No Wet Floor Sign. The Manager Started Walkin Towards The Bathroom And Yells Someone Name And Then Points To The Wet Floor Sign And Says The Sign Is Right There And Walks Off. The Wet Floor Sign Was On The Outside Of The Door And I Did Not See It..... I Went To The Er Cause I Was In Pain Allnight And Could Not Sleep At All So They Took X Rays And Said Nothing Was Broken Follow Up With My Pcm In A Week. Doc Told Me Look Like I May Have A Sprang Back. They Also Gave Me A Shot For Pain B/C My Blood Pressure Was 187/112 And Said I Might Be Having High Blood Pressure Because Of The Pain. 30 Min Later If Getting Shot It Was 160/90. The Mangaer Said There Were No Incedent Form But Got My Number And The Owner Did Call Me. Now If I Have Something Wrong With My Back And Further Doctor Bills Do I Need That Report?

Unfortunately if your injury is extensive, you will have to obtain the services of a good personal injury lawyer. In terms of the sign -- yes it can help mitigate their liability but it does not in and of itself absolve them of liability. Quite the contrary -- the sign helps to prove they are liable, i.e. they knew that the floor was wet and that it presented a slip and fall hazard. They should have put the bathroom out of order until such time as they could fix the problem or dried the floor immediately if it was just a case of spilled water. If the floor was wet because they had just mopped it, then they should have scheduled the mopping at a time when it would not present a hazard to the public.

All businesses that are open to the public have a duty to provide a safe environment at all times. Further that sign should have been posted on the door at eye level and the manager should have showed you some type of concern as in inquiring if you were injured and/or in need of medical attention, taking your information and writing up an incident report, etc.

I hope this information helps and that you recover fully. Good Luck

I Live In Nw Iowa Are There Any Lawyers That Handle Child Custody Cases Besides Iowa Legal Aid That Take Pymts?
I Received Divorce Papers Saturday From Him And Found Out That I'M Supposed To Have Court On Friday To Determine Temp Issues (Him Trying To Get My Kids Temp N Pay Child Support @ The Same Time). So I'Ve Been Calling Around And With Out A Huge Retainer I Cant Seem To Find A Lawyer. I'Ve Tried Ia Legal Aid But Since There Was No Abuse I Dont Qualify For Emergency Assistance. So I'M Filing A Motion To Continue But I Still Dont Have The Money For A Lawyer Period! So Now What? I Dont Understand This Stuff To Be Able To Represent Myself; What Affidavits I'M Supposed To Have And File. I Have No Idea Why He'S Trying To Take Them So I Cant File Any Rebuttles. Any Help Regarding Divorce Would Be Great. The Process...The Papers That I Need To Get...How It All Works. Thanks To All Who Have Info.

Since you've been served with notice of the divorce and you're having a hearing so quickly, I'm assuming it is either a hearing for temporary orders or a hearing for a temporary restraining order. If you intend to get an attorney, the motion for continuance is a good idea. If they grant a continuance they will just extend any temporary restraining order against you if there even is one. During that time go talk to some lawyers. Most of them, just about all of them, offer free initial consultations. That's how they reel you in. Just call them up ask them if the initial visit is free and make an appointment. DO NOT mention the fact that you have no money! They'll at least give you a little free advice and they may be willing to work out some kind of payment plan with them. Lots of lawyers would want to assess a client first, see if they're the gainfully employed with a steady income, responsible, pays bills on time sort of person and then they might be willing to work with them. Some attorneys even accept collateral like property deeds or car titles as security for payment. It's worth a try.

If worse comes to worse and you are unable to retain the services of an attorney here is the most important thing you can do....Whatever papers you were served with, read them. Read every single word of them. If you have to read them a thousand times to understand what they say, DO IT! If you have to get a friend or relative to read them with you and help you understand, DO IT! The papers you were served with in all likelihood contain instructions for you to do certain things by a date proper like file an answer to the petition or show up for a hearing. Do not sign anything unless you are sure of what you are signing!

Secondly, you'll have to represent yourself at the upcoming hearing if you have no attorney. Once again, you should enlist the aid of a friend or relative and have them come with you. You can bring as many people as you wish. This is important, you and your friends TAKE NOTES of what transpires at the hearing and everything the judge says. If things are said that you do not understand or or not clear- SPEAK UP!!!! If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask them! I know it's hard for some people but don't be shy! You will be in court pro se (representing yourself) so they should understand that and work with you.

Additionally, if you can't afford an attorney because perhaps as a condition of the marriage you had no income because you stayed home to raise the kids and your husband is the one with all the marital financial assets, you can ask the court to have him pay your legal fees. You might request that at the upcoming hearing. Depending on your circumstances they may grant your request. It is standard operating procedures in just about all divorce cases for each side to request that the other side pay their attorney's fees.

Good luck!

I Don’T Have Enough Money To Hire An Attorney. Can I Settle A Car Accident Case Without Legal Assistance?
If I Figure In A Car Accident Here In Denver, And I Don’T Have Enough Money To Hire An Attorney, Is It Possible For Me To Settle This Case Alone Without Legal Assistance?

It is possible, but not advisable. First of all, when settling a legal issue, you have to document the incident (including the date, time, place, and the people in the area). If possible, take photos of the incident to serve as evidence. A medical examination can also help, especially if you got a serious injury. One of the more difficult tasks is dealing with your insurance company. At this point, I’ll be frank with you: better look for an attorney. There are attorneys who don’t ask for high payment terms. Some insurance companies make it difficult for their beneficiaries to receive compensation for the damages they incurred. You would be better off having a lawyer dealing with them.

Do I Need A Lawyer?
My Bf Got Pulled Over Right Outside My Apartment Complex For A Seatbelt Violation Then Arrested For Suspended License. Within Minutes (Less Than 5) I Was On The Scene To Pick Up The Car (Registered To My Dad). The Cops Still Would Not Let Me Take The Car. My Dad Is Writing A Letter To Have The Impound/Towing Fee ($465) Dismissed. Do I Need A Lawyer Or Is Everything Within Protocol? Please No Smart *** Comments.

You were not the registered owner.
The car can only be released to the registered owner.
Since the registered owner was not at the scene, the car was towed and impounded, now the car can be released to the owner upon paying the tow fees and the impound fees, your dad is the only one that can get the car out.
And no you will not get the fees waived, your boyfriend broke the law and was driving with a suspended license.
The tow and impound were perfectly legal.

You don't need a lawyer, you just need to pay your fees and get the car out.

Child Support Attorney In Oklahoma?
Can Anyone Recommend An Amazing Child Support Attorney In Oklahoma City??? Or Where I Would Go To Begin The Process Of Child Support And Seperation From A Spouse. Not Married...Just Cohabitated For 3 Years.

Are you the mother or father. Only 2 out of 1000 non-custodial mothers pay child support, and a sole custody father can still be ordered to pay.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...

So if you're the father, take a female along to child support enforcement to ask the initial questions.
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