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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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Will A (Liberal) Lawyer Try To Sue The Lapd For &Quot;Wrongful Death&Quot; Of Chris Dorner?
Conspiracy Theorist Are Already Coming Out Of The Woodwork,Saying The Police Said &Quot;Burn It Down&Quot;..I Say They Were Saying &Quot;Its Burning Down&Quot;.And Saying They Refused To Allow The Fire Dept To Put It Out...Well,Duhh...Rounds Were Going Off During The Fire,Why Would A Fireman Even Want To Get Close To It?

Any lawyer will jump at a big payday.

Still have to prove it was him, LAPD shot up a few cars from mistaken identity thinking it was Dorner. Now two different wallets, the other one was found in his truck. Better to wait on the autopsy for positive id.

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I Paid For A Patent Search But The Company Was Not A Patent Attorney?
Did I Waste My Money And Get Scammed??

Not necessarily. There are many professionals in the patent searching biz who do a good job. However, you would still need an attorney to validate their search methodology (did they look everywhere they were supposed to and ask the right questions when they got there), evaluate the search results, and provide a legal opinion and recommendation as to the results.

You can still take the search results from the search company and have a patent attorney look it over to see whether it is of any value or if you should ask for a refund.

How Are Auto Injury Settlement Amounts Calculated?
Is There A Common Calculation That Is A Rule Of Thumb At All With Auto Injury Settlements? My Husband And I Were Hit Head On A Few Months Ago And He Was Badly Injured (In The Hospital For A Week). Do We Take Our Medical Bills And Multiply By A Certain Amount At All Or Is That Just A Rumor? Any Help Is Appreciated! Oh, And We Are Working With An Attorney - He Just Hasn'T Given Us Any Kind Of Figure Yet Since We'Re Not Done With Medical Treatments.

There is no calculation to use to decide an injury settlement. Believe me if there was, it would make my job a heck of a lot easier.

Each claim is reviewed and evaluated individually. Some things the adjuster will consider......
1. Where did the accident occur? Some venues are bad, some are ok
2. How did the accident happen? Was there extensive damage to both vehicles? Was there ANY damage to the vehicles? Sometimes people present medical bills in the tens of thousands and no damage to their car. Its hard to then correlated the claimed injuries as being related to the accident.
3. What type of injuries were sustained? What type of treatment was received? How long did the individual treat for? Was the person taken off work? Will they have lost wages?

So to answer your question, we do not take the medical bills and multiply them by any number, that is just a rumor.

Your attorney should be able to give you an idea of what the claim would settle for.

If your husband was severly injured & everything adds up (damages, injuries, treatment) and all appear to be related, you can expect to get your bills covered and then maybe a few thousand over that for pain and suffering.

If there were relatively minor injuries, maybe a few hundred over the medical.

Keep in mind though your attorney is going to take a portion of the settlement.

Hope this helps

Do I Need Product Liability Insurance For My Product Or Not?
I Sell Digital Products, Namely .Mp3 Audio Files. I Dont Sell Anything Physical. These Files Are Brain Training Audios Which Have Specific Sound Frequencies. They Improve Your Mental Well Being (Technology Is Called Brainwave Entrainment). Do I Need Product Liability Insurance For This Or Not? Since It Deals With The Mind And Might Have Some Sort Of Side Effect? Or Is An .Mp3 File Outside The Scope Of Product Liability Insurance? Thanks In Advance

It is not products liability you need it is professional liability, sometimes referred to as errors and omissions insurance. Products liability only covers injury from a physical product.

The bad news is that the minimum premium for this type of coverage might be rather steep. Call an agent that specializes in commercial insurance. Your going to want to seek out an agent that deals with specialty line carriers in the surplus lines market because this is not the type of risk that your typical "name brand" insurer will underwrite. I suggest contacting an independent agent.

"Hire A Good Lawyer"?
How Can You Tell If A Lawyer Is Good Or Not? I Paid $7000 Upfront For My Lawyer, But Someone Said That Their Price Doesn't Determine Their Effectiveness.

Well, it would be pretty tough to make a living charging fees clients won't pay. Generally, senior more experienced counsel are more expensive. Sometimes mere associates at a large firm are forced to charge more than they're worth to support the expensive office furniture they warm. The thinking is that in return for higher fees you'll benefit from her/his access to a wide array of more senior people, but in reality, the environment is usually so cutthroat, I wouldn't expect much 'sharing.'

It's very good to be clear up front about what you expect from atty and when you expect to hear from them. Time is money and, frankly, you really don't want to hear from these people unless they have something important to ask or report. Like cops, it's better when they're not around.

You would be well advised to vet atty with the local governing body/law society/bar association AND trawl the Reasons for Judgment database at the local courts website to search for her/his cases. You could certainly ask atty for the style of cause (ie., Jones v. Smith (1998), for several of his cases with facts like yours to see how s/he fared. Anyone who is reluctant to comply with such a request should be ix-nayed! Informed clients are most often easiest to work with. They're expectations tend to be within the realm of reasonable. They're not expecting natural justice, in other words, but reasonable compensation for some sort of wrong or a reasonable defense.

How Will A Lawyer Back You Up If You Were Wrong By Breaking The Law?
Lets Say You Killed Somebody And Somebody Presses Charges Against You And If That Person Who Murdered Someone Had A Lawyer To Try To Get Him Out Of Jail, How In The World Is The Lawyer Able To Back Him Up? I Mean, Most Lawyers Defend Their Clients Even If The Client Was 100% Wrong And Even If The Criminal Is Viciously Dangerous! Some Lawyers Will Even Lie, Some Will Say It Was Ok For What The Client Did And Try Any Maneuver To Get The Client Out Of Jail, And The Lawyer Will Argue Against The Case If The Person Was Wrong So In Other Words, The Lawyer Seems To Always Be On The Criminal’S Side Even If That Criminal Is Wrong And Hurt Somebody! Why Do Lawyers Always Have To Defend Criminals? If So, How Do They Do It?

Criminal defense is just one of many aspect of law, there are lawyers who set up trusts, there are lawyers who deal in contracts between corporations, there are lawyers who are civil lawyers who defend people in personal injury cases seeking money to cover lost wages and medical expenses. Lawyers who spend all their time drafting and fighting to uphold patents.

Criminal defense is just a part of the lawyer field. If you really want to know how a lawyer copes with defending guilty people then go ask one. They all register with the state/federal bar association. You can one up who does criminal defense and go and ask them these questions.

I can give you generalizations of answers but if you really want to know find a lawyer and ask. They are doing their job, a trial is the arena where they do their best to get the best outcome for their client. This often leads to plea bargains but on the low percentage of cases that make their way to trial they do their job by doing their best to get their client found not guilty. If they don't they will lose their job or be fined. Most lawyers never ask their client if he was guilty because if the client says yes he/she did it they can't knowingly have the person lie on the stand and say otherwise.

They most likely sleep at night believe that it is better that 10 guilty people be free than to have 1 innocent person in jail.