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Do Wrongful Death And Malpractice Attorneys Have Medical Knowledge?
There are a few medical doctors with law degrees who specialize in the area. I think most work as expert witnesses.
Otherwise, med mal attorneys have a list of regular expert witnesses and they call the one or two most likely to be of help in pursuing a particular case.
Which States Have Rite To Work Laws?
The following States / Territories have some form of Right to Work law. The others still allow employees to be forced to join unions against their will.
Alabama | Arizona | Arkansas | Florida | Georgia | Guam | Idaho | Iowa | Kansas | Louisiana | Mississippi | Nebraska | Nevada | North Carolina | North Dakota | Oklahoma |South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Virginia | Wyoming
Note that employees who work in the railroad, pipeline or airline industries, or who work on Federal property, are generally not protected by State right to work laws.
Can A Person Move Their Family Law Case To A &Quot;Higher Court&Quot; Based On Spouse Knowing To Many Employees?
My Friend Is Going Through A Divorce/Custody Case And It Seems That Everything He Files, His Spouse Knows The Same Day. He Also Feels The Judge To Be Biased Because In His &Quot;Response&Quot; Hearing, The Judge Admittedly Stated &Quot;I Haven'T Even Read Your Response&Quot; And Then Asked His Wife &Quot;What Do You Want From This?&Quot; She Stated Her Wishes And He Said &Quot;Okay&Quot;. That Was That.
So I Told Him He Could File To Have The Judge Disqualified For Ruling Without Reading Any Of His Response. He Went To Pick Up The Forms To File And Within Two Hours His Wife Called And Said &Quot;So You Are Trying To Get A Different Judge?&Quot;
What Say You All?
Did the judge RULE On anything, or did the judge just acknowledge the wife's statement? He admits to not reading EITHER response (or else why would he ask her what she wanted?), but that's actually quite common, many judges rule based on the claims they hear in court rather than reading the more formal documents.
There needs to be very good reason to remove a judge from a case, and simply not liking his ruling isn't it. The motion goes before the judge himself, so he's probably not going to recuse himself on this basis.
As for the wife know about his motions, that is meaningless. She has to be informed ANYWAY, so whether she has a friend in the courthouse or just has an attorney who has a contact, it doesn't matter, she is still entitled to the information.
Legal Advice For A Renter In Virginia.?
There Is No Lease. The Bastard Doesn'T Even Claim The House As A Rental. We'Ve Paid The First, And Last Months Rent, Plus The Thing That Pays For Damages For When We Move Out...(I'M Blonde.)
Someone Dropped A Puppy (Lab) Off In Our Yard. We Decided To Keep It. We Already Have A Dog (Lab), And Two Cats. The Landlord Saw The Puppy And Decided That No, We Don'T Get To Keep It. And That Either The Puppy Goes Or We Go. When We Asked Why, He Said That &Quot;It'S A Big Dog, And Unless You Plan On Having Her Outside All The Time, The House Is Too Small For That Many Animals.&Quot; --It'S A Two Story House--
Anyway, We'Re Looking For A New Place To Live, But We'Re Poor. We Can'T Afford Squat.
Here'S The Legal Thing. We Just Talked To Him, And We Asked That We Not Have To Answer Yes Or No Until When Rent Is Due The 1St Of The Month For July. That Way We'Ve Got 30 Days, And We Don'T Have To Pay Rent Cause We Already Paid The Last Months Rent When We First Moved In. He Said, &Quot;No, You Didn'T Pay A
If you did not get a receipt and keep it for your first, last and deposit when you moved in as well as every rental payment that you've made since, shame on you.
As far as using the house that you're renting as a security for a loan on another property, no legal problem there. It's his property and if he wants to use it as collateral on another loan, that's his business.
Since you have no lease or renta agreement, you have no obligation outside of a 30-day notice of your intent to move. Conversely, you have no protection either. If he decides he wants to change his policy on pets, the only obligation he has is to give you a 30-day notice to comply.
I do not understand him not listing the property as a rental unless he has several tax exemptions that he would not have on a rental property and he doesn't claim the rent that he collects on his income tax. Make sure you get a receipt for anything you pay him. Not much you can do, but if he really ticks you off, turn him in to the IRS for Tax Evasion.
NEVER RENT A PROPERTY WITHOUT A CLEAR WRITTEN AGREEMENT THAT SPECIFIES YOUR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS AS THE RENTER AND THE PROPERTY OWNER RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS.
How To Become A Trial And Litigation Attorney?
I Know I Need A College Degree( Bachelors).
But I Need To Know
*What Degree Specifically?
* What Does A Trial And Litigation Attorney Do?
*Are The Job Prospects Good Or Bad?
*What States Do You Think Need The Most Trial And Litigation Attorneys?
Any Info Would Be Greatly Appreciated!
Thank You For Taking The Time To Read And Answer This Question :)
Your undergrad degree doesn't matter whatsoever, but I would advise you to take something that will hone your analytic and writing skills.
Then you take the LSAT and apply to law schools.
Then you pass the bar and work at a firm that does litigation. If you are talented and work hard, you can have a good career. Top third of the graduates are still being hired out of law schools.
Personal Injury Compensation.......?
What Must I Prove To Win A Personal Injury Compensation?
This depends on the laws in your state, and the type of claim you are presenting. I assume you are asking the question in the context of a liability claim. If this pertains to auto liability, it would be important to apply whatever the laws are in your state. For example, if you live in a No-Fault state, your right to bring an injury claim is limited.
Insurance policies make a distinction between “personal injury” and “bodily injury.” They are not the same. A bodily injury pertains to a physical injury to your body. A personal injury pertains to things like false arrest, slander, etc. (Plaintiff attorneys frequently use the term “personal injury” to represent both.)
With respect to your injury claim, you must prove (1.) liability, and (2.) damages.
To prove you sustained an injury, you will need documentation of your injury from your medical provider or doctor. And it helps if you have objective findings as well within the medical records, which means your injury is more than just you making subjective complaints about pain.