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Assault Lawyer in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Car Accident; Back Injury Claims?
I Was In An Accident About A Month Ago. I Rear-Ended Some Guy'S Car. He Didnt Want To Call The Police Or The Insurance Company. He Said It Wasnt A Big Deal, The Car Was Old Anyways, The Damage Was Minor. We Exchanged Phone Numbers And Agreed To Call Each Other Later And Come Up With A Settlement. He Asked For A Sum Of 300 Dollars And Every Time I Went To Give It To Him, He Wouldnt Want To Meet. So I Stopped Calling, About Three Weeks Later I Get A Letter Saying That He'S Taking Me To Court Cuz Of Back Injury. Can He Make A Case With No Police Report? Should I Notify My Insurance Company? What Should I Do? What Do You Think Might Happen, Can He Really Sue Me For Thousands Of Dollars? Please Give Me Advice I Would Appreciate It.

hiya:

Well, gosh. The only reason someone like him would get an attorney is to try and threaten you. That's like him trying to sic a pit bull on you. But here's the good news. Personal injury attorneys that would take his case? They're total pushovers.

So, here's what you do.

#1. No one's going to court anytime soon.

If YOU did not report the accident to your insurance company. Pick up the phone and do it now. (Apologizing for a late report is not going to make things any better.) The sooner you get it reported the better. Even IF you had insurance for the date of loss - if you, by your actions, have prejudiced the carrier's ability to handle the claim.....Guess what? They can deny coverage. ooops. You don't want that so...get on the horn.

Now.....when you said you got a letter saying he's taking you to court.......things really are NOT that simple as far as court is concerned. There are filings that have to be done, approvals that need signed, docket scheduling...... and certainly you know - public officials move slower than dirt. And that's just the court part.

In a suit? Suit has to be filed, answered, interrogatories have to be served/answered, discovery has to be served, depositions....

Do ya really think someone wants to go through all that for a simple back injury? This close to the accident?

Like I said - getting an attorney after you is a bullying technique. They want you to get scared.

Hold your poise! No shaking in yer boots, ok ?

Get it reported to your insurance company (keep your fingers crossed coverage will be in order) and let them sic their injury adjusters on the attorney. He will have to WORK for the money he is trying to rip off the other guy for.

Ok, so.....you're calling your insurance company now, right?

Good.

It doesn't sound like you need an attorney right now. If you do - and your insurance is in order - your insurance company will provide a defense for you.

Goodluck!

~jifr!

Oh - and make a police report. Better late than never. (Btw - that is a requirement of your policy. Shhhhhhh)

What Justification For Requiring Witness In Court To Swear Or Affirm Their Answers Are Truthful?
Yet Attorneys And Law Enforcement In The Field Are Not Held To The Same Standard. Which Allows Twisted Theories To Be Presented As Factual Evidence, And Exculpatory Details Exonerating A Defendant To Be Undisclosed To The Court.

All witnesses, including attorneys and law enforcement, are required to swear or affirm to tell the truth when testifying in court or in depositions.

Theories are not evidence, but may be included in the prosecutor's or defense attorney's arguments.

Exculpatory evidence is admissible. It happens hundreds of times a day in trial courts in every state. If it did not happen in your trial, ask your appellate attorney why such evidence was not offerred.

Product Liability Insurance For A Store?
I Am Looking To Open A Country Store. In The Store I Want To Rent Out Spaces For Other Vendors. My Insurance Agent Says They Need Product Liability Insurance First To Protect Me. All The Vendors Are Not Liking That. One Said My Insurance Should Cover Everything So They Don'T Have To Get Any More Insurance. Is My Agent Pulling My Chain? Someone With More Insight Please Advise.

Your agent is correct. Each of your vendors should have their own general liability insurance policy, and you should make them prove it with certificates of insurance before you allow them to rent the space. If you own the location, you may want them to add some sort of fire protection for rented premises too. It's comes automatic on a lot of general liability policies. You don't want to be responsible for the products or actions of the people renting space in your store.

For a good example, look at how the malls rent out the small kiosks that you see in the center of the aisles. Each of those small vendors/business owners are required to have a certain amount of coverage before they can have the space, and they need to prove it with a certificate. You should make sure they have at least a one million dollar general liability policy.

Should Stem Cell Research Be Legal?
Yes Or No

Your question is too broad. There are a lot of forms of stem cell research out there. Did you know that you can get rather rich stem cells from the fat drawn from the body during a liposuction surgery? How's that for community service? Get lipo and donate your fat!

The place where ethics comes into play is with the embryonic stem cells and how these cells come about. Women have to undergo dangerous hormone therapy to get the eggs out to fertilize . . . what is a fertilized egg? A zygote, what is a zygote? It's a baby. You're creating lives to destroy them to maybe have a small chance of saving another life.

Not all embryonic stem cell research is unethical. A woman who miscarries can donate the baby's body for research. May I point out to you that of all the research that has been done with stem cells that embryonic is the only one that has not yielded any progress.

There have been incidences in different parts of the world where people are able to walk again after spinal cord injuries . . . thank you adult stem cells!

This may be an interesting article for you: http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2006/jul/06072709.html

I actually caught part of this guy's presentation on EWTN, I was very impressed on how in depth and thorough his presentation was. Most of what you hear on the news and other open sources is frivolous information trying to confuse the public as to what stem cell research really is. That (I believe) is why the proposition passed in Missouri to legalize certain stem cell research. The proposition was written to confuse the public and make it sound like a charitable thing. Unless you were very well versed in what the research was, you'd have no clue as to what the proposition was actually saying.

Check out that article, though, hopefully this nation can become more prolife some day so that we can focus our research on something more worth while.

Help! Is This An Appropriate Outfit For A Work Placement At A Large Corporate Law Firm?
Eek! I Recently Found Out That I'Ve Got A Placement At A Large Corporate Law Firm In London. However, I'Ve Left All Of My Go-To Formal Work Experience Clothes In University In Newcastle, And Am Home On Holiday In Ireland For The Next Month, So Won'T Be Able To Get Back And Get My Good Stuff In Time! So, I'Ll Have To Make Do With What I Have- So Do You Think This Sounds Appropriate? I Have A Nice Black Blazer From Zara, And A Black Aline Knee Length Dress, Which Si Empire Line And Belted With A Chocolate Brown Leather Belt. The Dress Is Extremely Plain And Boring Though, So I Was Thinking Of Perhaps Wearing It With Those Sheer Black Tights With Small Black Dots On Them, As Im Eighteen And Don'T Want To Look Like A Child Dressing Up Like A Grown Up, So I Thought A Youthful Touch Would Be Good. Would This Look Inappropriate? If So, Should I Wear 20 Or 60 Denier Tights? Also, I'M Very Tall, So Feel Awkward In Heels, And Added To That I'Ll Be Flying From Belfast To London, And Travelling From The Airport To The Firm On The Underground, So I Think Flats Are The Most Appropriate. Are Black Patent Smart Loafers Ok? Furthermore, My Hair Falls Just Below My Shoulders And Is In Good Condition- Would It Be Inappropriate To Wear It Straight And Down? Furthermore, I Have A Chocolate Brown Mulberry Bayswater Handbag. I Was Wondering If It Might Look A Bit Gaudy For Somebody Of My Age To Show Up With A Designer Bag? Please Keep In Mind That I'M Just Eighteen And Am In My First Year Of Law School, And This Is Just A Placement, Not A Job. Do You Think They'Ll Expect Me To Be Less Formal Than Everybody Working There Because Of This? Thanks!

your outfit sounds perfect. and i would definitely wear my hair down, unless it's raining. cause ur hair can get gross if u dont tie it up. and since ur outfit is kinda dark and plain, i would take out the brown belt and wear a bright bold colored belt, like a skinny patented blue one or a wider gold one (because you're wearing a brown bag. the thing is, you don't want to look like you're going a to funeral, so liven up your outfit, just a tad

Fee Agreements For Attorney?
Fee Agreements For Attorney Services Must Be In Writing When It Is Known The Attorney Fees Will Exceed: A. $100 B. $500 C. $1000 D. $5000