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What Area Of Law Should I Go Into?
I'M Working On My Associates In Paralegal Studies(An Accredited School), And I'M Wondering Which Area Of Law I Should Go Into. I'M Thinking About Litigation But I Haven'T Taken Any Other Areas Of Law, So I'M Not Sure Yet.
Any Info From A Paralegal Working In That Field Will Be Great. And Bonus If You Can Give Me Info On Other Areas Of The Law.
Please Actual Answers And Please Answer Based On Your Experience In That Field.
Just Want Some Info On The Different Areas Of Law And What A Paralegal Actually Does.
I'm a commercial construction litigation paralegal in Texas. I handle basic civil litigation, mass multi-party construction litigation, basic collection suits, and administrative claims.
No matter what area of law you enter, you will typically be responsible for knowing your state's civil procedure, filing procedures, filing deadlines, and other administrative tasks. Each paralegal's tasks vary. Some attorneys refuse to let you help and some expect you to draft, edit and do everything except sign the pleading. What you will do will really depend on where you work. Each attorney has different ideas of what a paralegal is and what they do.
I love being a litigation paralegal, but what I do is really unique. Very few of us do construction law. It is a whole different beast. The only other thing I can say is do what you like and be honest with yourself. Choose an area of law that interests you, because it can get boring.
Insurance With A Dwi?
I Recently Got A Dwi, Before Anyone Jumps Down My Throat I Know How Wrong It Is. It Is Truly The Biggest Mistake I Have Ever Made And One That Will Follow Me Forever Probably. That Being Said I Know My Insurance Will Increase For Three Years Following A Dwi. If My Driving Record Is Clean For Those Three Years Will My Insurance Lower At All Or No?
Your insurance will go down after 3 years (well the renewal AFTER your DWI becomes 39 months old). I believe Progressive now writes auto insurance in NJ & with a DWI the only choices you really have are the assigned risk or Progressive. They tend to have lower surcharges for tickets (especially the more serious ones) than other companies. So, it is worth getting a quote with them. They work with Independent agents (also directly online & on the phone) so look in the phone book & find someone close that represents them. They do have pretty high standards for their agents (I know of an agent that they cancelled - the agent is no longer in business).
Sorry, NJ does not expunge your record. I see that they have increased the suspension - used to be 6 months suspension & $1,000 per year for 3 yrs fines to the State to keep your license once you get it back.
Some insurance companies look back 5 years for serious offenses, but can't surcharge for more than 3.
You don't have to worry about an SR22 in NJ, there is no such thing there.
Need A Lawyer?
Ok If You Knanything About The Law Or Medician Pleases Give Me Your Advise??? Ok Well My Dad Went Back In 2001 And Was In And Out Of The Hospital And One Day He Was In The Local Hospital And Our Family Told Them Not To Give Him Demerol And They Did And They Anyway And Then He Went To 2 More Hospitals And They All Gave Him Demerol And Even Though We Complained About Him Behavor When He Was On It And There Was Nothing Done And Then One Time He Was On It He Was Really Messed Up And Stole Drugs From The Hospital And And Went Back To His Room And Then They Found Him And Charged Him With A Felony Well It Turns Out He'S Allergic To Demerol And Nobody Noticed It Or Wanted To Notice It Now I Need Some Legal Medical Advice Please Help Can The Felony Be Dropped And Is It There Fault
It is unusual, in my own opinion, that these hospitals didn't pursue WHY his own family was objecting to Demerol. They should have at least wondered if he had a drug abuse problem or asked details about what kind of behavior he exhibited that was bothersome. To find out at the end that he is allergic to Demerol certainly is in his favor legally.
My advice is to go to www.findlaw.com and explore the links there and go to where you can ask a lawyer a question for free. It's a great site for legal advice for consumers and legal professionals.
Wrongful Death Suit?
I Just Found Out My Father (Im 36) Was Killed By A Driver In Ncarolina On His Motercycle Due To The Guy Doing A Three Lane Change Off The Exit, Driving Him Into The Rail. He Lasted Two Minutes Aprox.Im Sure His Wife ,(Though Not My Step Mom) Will Sue,Can I Also Sue This Negligent Jerk For Wrongful Death ?My Father Was Only 60 And I Was His Only Blood Child.He Needs To Pay For This And Go To Prison
It depends on what the law is in North Carolina but I seriously doubt you can sue. Wrongful death is a suit to collect damages that happen when someone dies. Those damages are money the person would have contributed to savings during their adult life but for their death, loss of income, etc. and also include charges related to the death or burial of the person. The state law will limit who is a statutory survivor and that normally is the persons' spouse and any minor children (under 18). If there is no spouse or minor kids, then the survivors are the deceased persons' parents. If they are not alive, it is usually (and only then) the estate and/or adult children. Since your dad was married, his wife and any minor children they had would be the survivors entitled to sue.
Anybody Got Any Business Legal Advice?
I Quit My Job Took My 401K To Open A Body Shop. Found A Building & Lanlord Said She Checked With The Town & I Could Do It There.I Spent 12G Getting The Shop Ready Leaving Me Only 7G Left & Almost Ready To Open. Today The Town Shut Me Down & Says I Cant Have A Body Shop There. They Also Said They Shut Down 2 Others That Tried To Open There. That Means My Landlord New All The Time The Town Wouldnt Allow It, And Lied. They Took My Money And Saw All The Money I Was Spending On This Place Knowing What Was Going To Happen. Now Im Dead In The Water. I Just Dont Know What To Do Next. Anybody Got Any Good Advice?
a few things first off I know you have spent money already but you may need an attorney. 2nd I presume this must be a small town and it has to do with a zoning issue. Before making too big of waves try to reason with the town council(do this before the attorney). If your land lord rented you this place full well knowing that you could not open your business there then they committed at the very least fraud. They would have to give your money back. Try to find the legal terms for this and present them to the landlord. If they don't budge you may need to sue. let them know that if you have to sue then you will also sue for lost revenue. this would come from if they in fact knew you could not open a business there but they rented to you and said it was cleared with the town. you could recoup possible lost revenue due to the fact that you could have been in business elsewhere or working. check all your facts first and make sure that they did know you could not open shop there. I would try to find out about the other 2 who tried to open there also maybe this person shafted them also? The town may not even be able to legally say you cannot open your business there. so check that also. hope this helps. I am not a lawyer or anything but have been through much in life and was a manager in fast food for 10 years. Good luck hon
Lawyers Only, Or People With Personal Experience...?
I Want To Leave My Husband And Move Back To Louisiana And I Know That I Cannot Legally Take My Daughter With Me Against His Wishes, But I'M Pregnant Right Now.What I Need To Know Is Whether Or Not I'Ll Have More Rights To Keeping My Baby In Louisiana If He'S Born There. Is He Then Considered A Resident?
Since I know absolutely nothing of your personal situation the first thing to remember is that the courts are required to act in the best interest of the child(ren). I know that you are thinking that your husband has control over your daughter, but that has yet to be determined by a court. Your best bet to keeping both your children is to go home for a vacation/break or some space or whatever you need as an excuse to go. As soon as you can establish residency which depending on circumstance could be immediately or whatever the state requirement is. For instance if your spouse is in the military and you traveled to his duty station to be with him, that does not remove your resident status in your home state in most instances. The trick is to be consistent in such things as absentee voting or maintaining a legal record of "Permanent Address" in your home state. Some states maintain that if you were married there, they can establish jurisdiction in divorce proceedings...hopefully a LA. lawyer will respond as well. Anyhow enough of the rabbit trail, what you also need to consider is the best interest of the child(ren). If your spouse is abusive, do not leave your daughter in that environment. On the other hand, if your spouse is a loving and caring father and can better provide for the well being of the child, maybe he would be the best custodial parent, at least until you get re-settled. Next thing to consider if your husband is not abusive to you or your children, is maybe you are facing tough times and issues that you can resolve as a couple, perhaps with some counselling to help facilitate the communication walls that we as humans invariably put up when we are emotionally upset. You must have had strong feelings for this man to have married him and have two pregnancies by him, evaluate if the relationship is worth saving, but if it is that irrepairable, children are better off being from a broken home than in one...best of luck!