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Wrongful Death State Of Tn Verdict And Settlement Amount For 78 Year Old Female?
I Want To Know Have Anyone Ever Filed Lawsuit In Tn And For Wrongful Death Car Accident Where Driver Of The Vehicle Ran A Red Light ,Person Is Patient And Driver Has Suspended License For 2 Years But Still Transporting Patient Around In Company Vehicle, Patient Lived Over 10 Hours Until Death With Two Breaks In Back And Neck Hairline Fracture Also Broken Face Bone.And Also How Long Does Case Take If The Driver Was Cited From Police That He Was At Fault?

This doesn't sound like a wrongful death case at all.
1. The "patient" lived for 10 years after the accident and there is no proof at the age of 78 that person didn't die of natural causes.
2. It should have been the "patients" responsibility to sue the driver after the accident for their injuries, or if they were incapable of making decisions for themselves it would have been the responsibility of the person who had power of attorney to sue for them.

I Need Help Finding A Lawyer?
I Need A Lawyer That Knows Medical Things...Like A Doctor Lawyer...

If you think you were injured by a doctor, you'll need a personal injury attorney. Note that this is the most common type of lawyer, and it's very easy to find a bad one. Your best bet will be to call your state or county bar association and ask for a referral.

How Do I Get A Divorce Without A Lawyer?
I Live In Pa And I Want To Get A No Contest Divorce. I See Ads For Websites Where You Can Download Forms For Free Or A Low Cost, But I Don'T Trust That Thet Are Legit. How Can I Get The Forms I Need To Fill Out Myself? I Don'T Have Any Money To Pay For A Lawyer.

You do not always need a lawyer to divorce, its a common misconception. I have heard about these sites, and while I cannot tell you if they're legit or not, I can say I've heard that some provide out of date or incorrect divorce papers. Each state has different papers, and I assume they change often....if the site gives you out of date or incorrect papers not only will you be out that money but the judge would deny your divorce.
I used a document prep site, they did the divorce docs for me.

Can Someone With A Felony Conviction Become An Attorney In The U.S.?
I Teach College Courses In State Correctional Facilities. A Student Posed This Question To Me. I Know That People With Felonies Are Not Allowed To Become Attorneys In Some States, But I Don'T Know If The Restriction Applies To All States. Thanks.

The conviction of a felony is not an automatic disqualification for a person becoming a lawyer. However, the applicant must show "good moral character." (some find this humorous considering the profession, but I digress).

A conviction will in every state raise a big red flag. An investigation will commence, and the burden is on the applicant to show that his conduct as an attorney will be above reproach.

What does this mean? It all depends on the state and, more importantly, the person performing the investigation and making the recommendation to the licensing authority.

It is not uncommon for an attorney, licensed to practice law, to be convicted of a felony, have his license suspended or revoked, and then have his license reinstated. However, the number of felons who request licensure and are denied is not known as their information (applications for the bar) are typically not public information.

In many (I believe most) states, the question about what is "moral turpitude" is a fluid issue, depending heavily on the facts and circumstances of the individual who is applying.

It is NOT out of the question that a person applying for licensure would be accepted. However, the applicant should be prepared for an in-depth investigation, and should be prepared with references of good character with the knowledge that these references will be checked. This is not to guarantee licensure, but your students should know that there is hope.

Joint Custody?
I Broke Up With My Baby'S Mother Last March. Early In Our Break Up She Use To Try To Make Me Suffer By Keeping My Son Away From Me.. She Has Stopped A While A Go (September 2006).. Should I Still Get Joint Custody Just In Case? I Love My Son To Death And I Just Dont Want Sumthing Like This To Happen Again In The Future.

Getting joint custody is a good thing if you and her can keep things on mututal terms.
But you need to decide who will be the primary caregiver.
But regardless you need to try and spend as much time as possible with him and show and let hime know how you feel about him. He is his own little person. HE has feelings too he may be to young now to understand, but if you don't then when he gets old enough he may not want anything to do with you. Then again he needs to make up his own mind.
I have three who joint custody is shared with me as primary caregiver, he doesn't care, he can't stay out of jail long enough to get to know them.

Question For A Lawyer Or Something About Adoption?
Ok So This Is Going To Be Hard To Explain So Please Bear With Me. My Friend Is 17 And Is Pregnant But Will Be 18 When The Baby Is Born. She Does Not Want The Baby At All. We Have Been Best Friends Since She Was In Elementary School And I Was In Middle School. She Wants Me To Take The Baby From Her. My Questions To All Of You Who Know Your Law: 1. If I Were To Adopt The Baby What Papers Would I Need? 2. Do I Need A Personal Lawyer Or Something? 3. Do I Have To Pay The Massive Adoption Fee That Alot Of Agencies Charge If She Doesn'T Want Me To Pay It? 4. Is There Anything Else I Need To Know Law Wise (Not About Parenting Or Any Of That) 5. Not A Question Yes I Do Realize What Im Asking And I Do Realize What It Intails To Be A Parent (Financially And All Of That So Please Do Not Say Anything About Parenting)

1. if i were to adopt the baby what papers would I need?
A lawyer will tell you to get a home study first, which is done by a social worker for the city. Then there a form like: petition for adoption, termination of rights, and a few more.
2. do I need a personal lawyer or something?
You can go to a family law attorney to file for the adoption
3. do i have to pay the massive adoption fee that a lot of agencies charge if she doesn't want me to pay it?
if she is giving the baby to you there is no agency involved at all, and that way is easier and cheaper.

Good luck!!