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What Is Cap On Wrongful Death,Lawsuits,In Florida?
Wife Died, According To Witnesses, Because Paramedic Wouldn'T Try And Revive Her. Every Body Doesn'T Want To Talk About It. Except The Witnesses, & Their Upset. I Thought Maybe It Wasn'T Worth An Attorney'S Time?
It looks like the wrongful death cap in Florida is $250,000-350,000.
It might be worth talking to an attorney to see if the bereaved might have a case. Just remember, that his report on what happened might be tainted by his emotions, which is understandable and expected.
The paramedic might not have revived her because she was obviously dead for some time...it would have been pointless to try. In his grief-stricken state, he might have easily missed the signs of death. A non-medically trained witness wouldn't know what to look for, and might assume that the paramedic is being negligent when they really aren't.
Still, there's no harm in checking with an attorney to find out if there's a case to be had. Usually, most initial consultations are free.
Hope this helps...
What Is An Outside Sales Job In A Law Firm.?
Hello. Even Though I Am An Undergraduate, I Plan On Going To Law School And Eventually Become A Lawyer, But Even Though Thats A Few Years Away, I Was Planning On Leaving My Current Job (Thinking, I Wont Quit Until I Am Sure It Is The Best Choice) And Working In The Criminal Justice/Law Field, Even If Its Just A Minor Position, Just To Get Some Expirience/Idea.
Anyway, There Is A Local Law Firm That Posted
About The Job
Looking For Self Motivation Employee For Outside Sales. Must Be Bilingual, With Valid Drivers License With Cell Phone, Also Must Be Able To Work Saturdays And Sundays. Available To Start Asap And Be Well Dressed. Authorized To Work In The U.S.A.&Quot;
Even Though That Job Pays About 4Dollars More Than My Current Job, And I Do Meet All Those Requiremnents, I Do Not Really Know Much About The Job.
Can Anybody Explain What The Job Is Or What I Would Be Doing. I Know I Wont Be Working With The Lawyers But What Will I Be Doing, And Is It Worth It. I Only Go To School 2 Days Out Of The Week.
I'D Appreciate Any Information Before I Apply. Thanks.
If I had to guess this is a personal injury firm?
Does this firm do a lot of advertising on billboards, TV etc?
Many of these firms, will have "runners" who pick up all the police reports of accidents, that will have all the information of any "injured" party that is not at fault for an accident. So, my guess would be that you would be gong to these people and have them sign up as clients for their personal injury. Or, you could be sent to a hospital to find "new" clients that were injured and try to sign them up.
I have seen many ads that state, we will come to you, so you would need to go to them to have them sign a contract, which would be sales by obtaining new clients for the firm.
IF, this is one of those firms, they are known as "ambulance chasing firms".
Is A Tax Service Representative A Lawyer?
If I Work With A Tax Service Representative To Help Me W/ My Irs Issues Will They Be Of Any Help? Are They The Same Thing As A Lawyer?
Define "Tax Service Representative"
Most people who represent taxpayers before the IRS are not lawyers and most people don't need a lawyer. Generally taxpayers are represented by a CPA or an Enrolled Agent (a tax specialist licensed by the Treasury Department.) They and lawyers have the same authority to represent taxpayers. Other tax practitioners--think your basic tax return preparer who works for a return preparation chain or independently--can't represent you at all.
The first poster who stated contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service is off the mark. The Taxpayer Advocate is not the first place you go. It only handles cases where the internal system has broken down. It does not provide taxpayer representation at all.
Jobs In The Legal Field.?
I Am A Recent College Grad That Has Been On Only 3-4 Interviews With Law Firms, One With The Courts, Several Interviews In General, And I Don'T Know Why It Is So Hard To Break Into This Industry. I Am Not Just Some Dumb Girl Trying To Get A Job Just To Make Money, But This Is My Life This Is My Career This Is What I Went To School For (I Have A Criminology/Pre-Law Degree). I'Ve Wanted To Become A Lawyer Since I Was 7, But I Had No Clue That The World Of Law Could Be So Difficult To Break Into. An Example You Ask? I Look On All The Job Search Engine Sites For Legal Assistant Positions, A Lot Of Them Seem To Be Looking For People With 2-3 Years Experience, Or 5-10 Years Experience. I Am Bright, Eager, & Professional With Several Years Of Office Experience, And Not Many Bother To Even Bring Me In For An Interview. My Question Is, How Do I Break In This Industry Of My Dreams?, And If So, What In The World Am I Doing Not To Get Into This Industry? Can Some One Help Me Please.
It is actually hard getting a job in the legal field, I remember when i was looking for a job almost every job required years of legal experience. Try and look for junior legal positions of either legal assistance or legal secretaries, they don't require any experience, I entered the field with a junior position, i got the job after i got my diploma in legal services from college i worked full time for a period of 6 months then went to uni, and now i'm still working for the same firm but part time and they promised me a position of a lawyer when i graduate from my law school, moreover there is more chance for me to switch firms because i have experience.
Also try voluntary work, most legal aid firms provide voluntary work, most of my friends entered the field doing voluntary work. Good luck with your job search.
Cap On Personal Injury?
Would You Be In Favour Of Continuing The Cap Or Removing The Cap On Personal Injury Awards For Soft Tissue Injuries, And Explain Why.
Remove the cap. Soft tissue injuries can be devastating and it is grossly unfair to the truly gravely injured.
Imagine if there was a cap on damages to your car - say $1500. Would that be fair to you if you were in an accident and there was 3 grand in real damages?
A Career In Security Or Law Enforcement?
I Like Being In Security, Yet The Pay At My Current Job Sucks.
Yet I Know There Are Better Paying Jobs (I Am Currently Trying To Find Work In The Casinos.) And Things That Are More Interesting Then Just Doing Watch And Patrols.
So What Could I Do To Further My Career In Security Or Just Maybe In Law Enforcement? What Career Paths And Options Would I Have? Many Places Offer A Bonus If A Person Is Able To Understand More Then One Language And Is Emt Qualified And Trained.
I Know In Security There Is Of Course Security Guard, However There Is The Option Of Bounty Hunter, Bail Bonds, Body Guard, Electronic Surveillance, Computer Security, Private Investigator And Also The Option Of Joining A Private Military Company Such As Blackwater. What Other Options And Ideas Are There? Any Advice On How To Get Into The Options I Listed?
I worked security briefly. And I can tell you, there is a vast difference between security and law enforcement. I was bored out of my mind doing security. All I did was walk around three buildings in downtown Kansas City all night, listening to my ipod and looking at the stuff people had on their desks.
Now Law Enforcement. It's just plain more fun. It's not the cake job that security is, but I have a lot more fun with it. And I love my co-workers and the city I work for. It's hard to describe, but there is a day and night difference between Law Enforcement and security. I look foward going into work on most days.
Look at it this way. People usually are embarassed to admit to stangers that they are a security guard. I'm not saying it's a bad job, or even that it isn't essential. But the fact is, the average person doesn't respect the average security guard.
All that being said, there is more money in the private sector if you know where to look. A good buddy of mine was a cop, he is now doing insurance investigations, making $10k a year more then me.
Private military companies don't generally look at you unless you have sworn Law Enforcement experience and many of them are shady.
Many departments offer a bonus for officers that speak spanish or any other common language in the area. Most don't care if you are an EMT or not.