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How Do I Settle An Auto Accident Without A Lawyer? How Much Should I Expect?
One Year Ago I Was In An Auto Accident. My Friend Was Driving Apparently To Slow For The Driver Behind Us And Was We Started To Pull Into A Parking Lot They Decided To Speed Up And Try To Pass Us By Using The Sidewalk. We Were Hit At My Door And I Was Turned Looking At My Friend In The Back Seat. The Police Cited Her And Her Ins Has Accepted 100% Fault. I Went To The Er For Head (I Hit The Door Window) And Neck Pain And Fallowed Up With My Doc. Since Then I Have Had 3 Months Pt (He Said He Could Not Fix Me) And Still See The Chiro. I Had 2 Mri, Cat And Several X-Rays. I Was Placed On Medications Including: Valium, Percocet And Oxycodone Initially But After A Week Asked For Something Weaker And Went To Hydrocodone Which Still Left Me Sleepy So I Went To Ibfrofin 800, Meloxican And Skelaxin. Seen A Back Specialist Too. All Agree With My Doctor That My Si Joint Is Messed Up And My Chiro Put My Back At 20% Permanently Damaged And Will Need To See Him Once A Month Forever My Bills Are About 9,000. I Don'T Want A Lawyer To Take Money From My Pain So I Don'T Want To Have One. Now That It Has Been A Year And My Doctors Say I Am As Good As I Am Going To Get I Was To Settle. What Should I Do? Is There A Form I Can Give My Doctors To Fill Out?
Also I Was 12 Weeks Pregnant And Ended Up Having Him At 22 Weeks In Which He Died Right After Birth. With Everything That Happen The Month After And All The Medications Could This Have Been A Cause? My Doctor That Delivered Him Says He Can'T Tell Me The Reason I Went Into Early Labor. I Was On Seasonal And Didn'T Know I Was Pregnant Till 16 Weeks .
You have a serious claim, and some pretty serious damages. In the interest of full disclosure, I am a lawyer, but still you really should hire a lawyer. A decent lawyer should be able to get you more than you will be able to negotiate on your own, even taking into account the contingent fee, which for a case like this shouldn't be more than 35%.
The lawyer will investigate the reason for your baby's death and if it was caused by the accident, line up experts to prove that the accident was the cause. Lawyers also have access to databases that can tell them what damages were awarded in other cases like yours (including jury awards and settlements where the information is available). You theoretically could access that same information, but it costs $$ and frankly you need some training to know what you're looking for and where to find it.
If you are determined to go it alone, do some work to get your doctor's opinion on the extent and severity of your injuries, the amount of physical limitation you will experience going forward, possible future medical expenses, and possible causes of your baby's premature birth and death. Write detailed demand letters to the insurance company and attach copies of your evidence (medical bills and records relating to the items mentioned above). And ask for a lot. Just to give you an idea, if your chiro costs $100 per visit, and you need 12 visits per year for 35 years, that's 42k. And if the premature birth and death are causally related, you're talking about big damages.
Again, though, get a lawyer. Because this is a big $$ case potentially, they will either try to get out cheap (because you are not a lawyer, and they have a huge information advantage against you) or, if you try to hold out for a worthy settlement, they will defend vigorously and you will be in over your head. There are complexities to this I can't explain easily -- how insurance limits come into play, for example. Get a lawyer.
What Can I Do With A Law Degree Other Than Be A Trial Lawyer?
I'M About To Get My History Degree, And Law School Is Sounding More And More Appealing, But I Really Don'T Want To Be A Lawyer. What Else Can I Do With A Law Degree?
People will surely tell you that you can do anything with a law degree. In a way, they are right. But, you have to first pay your dues. Lawyers are authors, teachers, business executives, consultants, compliance officers, bankers, etc... But that is because most of them worked as lawyers first and then were introduced to something else, by working for those types of clients. Most lawyers are NOT trial lawyers. Even those that litigate rarely see court. Every business in the world needs lawyers, from setting up the business to rules and regulations to employment issues, to deals, to disputes.
Take it from this lawyer and any other you ask... you should not go to law school to do something else. You might end up doing something else, but that will be after a lot of hard work and money. Whatever else you want to do other than law, there is a better way to do it. One should only go to law school if they know exactly what type of law they want to practice. You don't. You don't even think you would like it. Why be miserable for 3 years, competing with people who love it, only to owe money and have to take a job you hate (law) or could have gotten otherwise?
Child Support What Should I Do I Need Legal Advice Help?
Im Court Ordered To Pay Support And I Do The Child Was Kicked Out Of His Mothers House The Law Says The Child Must Live At Home In Order For Her To Get This Money Do I Go By The Law Or The Court Order Help
first you continue to pay at all times for your sake in court Second you need to go file on it get self help packets and file that the child does not live with her anymore but u probley should find out where the child is and who is supporting him and file that as well with the stuff i have went threw and know they will give the person who is supporting that child the child support if u don't know they will most likely make u pay the person u have been payin but u never know with court but i would definitely go to the courts and mainly do not stop payin the court systems are all messed up but i would try hope i could help good luck
How Do I Tell My Family I Believe My Brother Did Rape Someone And I Refuse To Pay For Legal Aid?
My Brother And I Grew Up In The Same Home, And We Were Both Abused, Including Sexual Molestation. My Brother Never Seemed To Get Past It As Well As I Have, Even With Counseling, Ect. He Seems A Lot Like A Sociopath, Which Is What Our Own Father Was. Anyways, I Went On To Get Engaged, Get An Education And A Good Paying Job As A Ob/Gyn. A Few Months Ago My Brother Was Accused Of Rape By A Woman From My Graduating High School Class. My Family Expects Me To Pay For His Legal Fees, Ect But I Feel He Really Did Rape Her. How Do I Go About This?
Go with what you believe. If your family wants your brother out then I'm sure they'll be able to pay for themselves. You have your life now, you were able to surpass your past and become a good person. Perhaps your brother wasn't as strong as you were.
I always heard that those that were abused often follow the same path when they grow up, maybe your brother couldn't help but be the same. If that's the case, why not discuss with your family and offer your brother the proper care?
Does Anyone Know Of A Really Good High Profile Lawyer In New York Or New Jersey?
Im Planning On Sueing Mitsubishi Because I Am Leasing A Brand New Car Form Them That I Got Last November & I Got In A Pretty Bad Accidnet A Few Weeks Ago & My Airbags Definately Should Of Came Out. My Car Got Towed To The Auto Body Shop To Get Fixed & The Mechanic Told Me That Sensors Underneath My Car Had Indicated That Both My Drivers & Passengers Seat Airbags Went Off But My Airbags Never Came Out. Everybody Is Telling Me That I Have A Lawsuit Against Mitsubishi So I Guess Im Gonna Sue Them But I Want To Make Sure That I Have A Really Good Lawyer But I Dont Know Of Any. Also Do You Know A Price Range That They Charge Per Hr. Or Is It The Same As If You Were Suing Another Driver & They Dont Charge You Unless If You Win The Case? Thank You So Much!
High profile attorneys, and by high profile I mean respected and professional, not who has the most ads on t.v., generally don't do personal injury cases on a contingency which is what your are seeking from the language in your question.
That being said, you never mentioned if you were injured. If you are not injured I don't see how you could win a personal injury case as it is a required element. I also don't see any alternative causes of actions that you could use in a case against Mitsubishi.
Which Is The Right Divorce Form For Me?
My Wife Ask Me For A Divorce A Few Days Ago After Five Years And I Will Give It To Her, The Problem Is That I Don'T Know Where To Start And What Form To Use.Here Is How We Stand, She Have Two Kids That Is Not From This Marriage,One Born During The Time Of The Marriage From Another Guy,I Did Not Adopt Neither One Of Them They Don'T Have My Name,We Don'T Have Nothing Together And I Am 98% Sure She Will Sign On The Form,She And I Both Work. I Know That Taking A Lawyer Is The Best Way But At This Moment I Am Having Some Finictual Difficulty So Any Help Here Would Be Very Much Apprichated In Term Of What Form I Should Use And How To Go About Filing. Forget To Mention I Am In Florida, Broward County To Be Exact.
You don't need an attorney to file a non contested divorce. You go to the courthouse in your city and ask the clerk for "non contested divorce paperwork". Fill it out with what you are getting and what she is getting, vehicles, property, etc etc,.
You ask the clerk for Servers in your area, contact one of them and ask the fees to have her served. They run around $50 to $75 depending on your area. That is the national average. She will then be served and has 30 days to comply with the service notice. If she fails to comply and contact the courts she will be in default.
After 30 days you go back to the court and ask for a court date. The date will usually be set within 30 days. She will either have to appear in court or you can do this via phone, (have done it before it is a valid form of appearance). If she does NOT appear in court or does it via phone you will get your divorce and the courts will place "Default" for her.
Non contested divorces are fairly simple, attorneys fees and/or attorneys are not needed.
If she contests the divorce once you have her served then the courts will decide who gets what and so forth. Filing fees run from $135 to $190, once again depending on your state.
Ask the clerks at the court house what fees you are expecting to pay with a non contested divorce, they will answer all your questions.