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Commercial Litigation in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are countless lawyers in your town that advertise they concentrate on your type of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be easy to limit your quest to the right one out of very little time. The initial step is to make a list of the lawyers which are listed in the area specializing in your position. When you are making this list you must only include those that you have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down through taking some time evaluating their site. There you should be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list ought to have shrunken further to people that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You must then take the time to look up independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure to browse the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The info in the reviews provides you with a sense of how they connect to the clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you will need to meet up with no less than the final three lawyers who have the credentials you are interested in. This provides you with the time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It really is crucial for you to follow all of these steps to actually find someone that has the right measure of experience to help you the perfect outcome.

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Is This Medical Malpractice?
I Recently Had Surgery On My Pinky For The 4Th Time And After Surgery I Wasn'T Sent Home With Antibiotics And It Got Infected... They Did A Tendon Transfer From First Finger To Pinky And The Cut On Pinky Split Open And The Tendon Was Hanging Out And Doctor Kept Saying No Problem No Big Deal. And After It Wouldn'T Close With The Tendon Like That He Cut It And Said It Would Grow Back As Long As There Is A Little Piece There I Got Pics Of Everything. And I Just Went And Had A Sonogram On Pinky And I Have Absolutely No Tendons In My Pinky At All, And It Is Bent At 90 Degree Angle Down At Middle Knuckle And Then 90 Degree Angle To The Right At Top Knuckle. And I Also Never Had Wrist Problems No I Have A Huge Nueroma On Wrist And My Wrist Hurts All Day Everyday And A Lot Too. I Have Pics For Anyone Who Wants To See Them.

First of all, what a horror!!!!!

Here's what you do:

1--Get a copy of your medical records from his office. Give him NO clue what's up. If anybody there asks, you're just consolidating your medical records or some such.

You may have to pay a small fee for a copy, but it shouldn't be more than 10 cents or 15 cents/page.

If you request it to be sent to your PMD, there will be no charge and you may get your PMD's office to give you a copy for free.

In fact, get a record of ALLLL of your health treatment, visits, etc. This is a good idea for patients to do on general principle. In fact, I've found doctors who actually outright LIED about the treatment they gave, can prove it, and have called them on it.

2--Contact the State Board of Health and/or the Medical Licensing Board or some such similar office in your state.

They will have records of any lawsuits, complaints, or disputes that have been filed; they will indicate whether the conflict has been settled and how.

In my state, they will send you a copy of the docs for free as long as the total number or pages per request is under a certain count.

Besides, it is much easier for a lay person to go through these sources vs. going to sift through court records on any action(s) taken against him AND there may be a whole lotta' stuff that never actually made it to being filed in court, so you'd miss the fact of that case having occurred altogether.

It is also a good idea to call the national office of the Amer. Med. Soc. or of the state Soc. See if they have any copmlaints filed with them.

3--Next, find you a friggin' lawyer. This is the one time that you should not look down your nose at a "pit bull of an ambulance chaser". He/She will be fully qualified and will earn every penny your side demands.

And, DO NOT neglect checking with the State Assoc. and the local Bar on the attorney's track record no matter how much you like, or have confidence in, that attorney, no matter that you've gotten glowing referrals about him/her. There simply is NO substitute for you, the person/patient harmed, doing your own homework.

4--Make sure you speak with your lawyer to determine an appropriate time, probably only when your case is settled: File an official complaint or report with everywone who keeps tabs on such things--whether it's a patient advocacy group, the AMA, and even the HHS and/or the White House committee involved in health care reform. When they ask for contact from the publilc, this is one thing they need to know.

5--Accept as a matter of fact: NO MATTER WHAT the attorney says about how much money you will be asking for or how long it will take to settle the case, it may very well NOT be accurate: If s/he says the case will be wrapped up in 5 mos., think 10. If s/he says the case will bring in 1,000K, think 50k. You'll be a lot less disappointed and frustrated.

6--Don't be afraid to start even higher and then settle the case lower, even if your lawyer disagrees. Once I was at the court house waiting while my attorney was negotiating with the other side.

He came out and said they're looking to give 5k and he was clearly leaning towards it as a reasonable deal.

After what all they did to me, I looked him in the eye and said HELL NO! I want 10!

He was skeptical, had a bewildered look on his face, but went back in. Fairly immediately, he came right back out.

I got my 10...and was kicking myself for not asking for at least 15.

I had done extremely well in the deposition. The attorney didn't rattle me, though he tried mightily. Instead, *I* rattled him and pointed out an error of fact in a statement he'd made.

In the end, I suspect they knew I'd kill 'em in front of a judge and jury, so they blinked...and folded.

Lesson learned. lol.

Child Custody Lawyer In Denton Tx?
I Am Going Through A Divorce And I Dont Have Tons Of Money To Spend On A Lawyer. I Am Looking For A Child Custody Lawyer Who Will Either Work Pro Bono (Not Likely I Know) Or Work Out A Payment Plan. Legal Aid Wont Help Because Its A Child Custody Case. I Have Looked Online But Not Having Much Luck, And No I Know, Knows Of Any Lawyers.

As amazing as it would appear I found this list by using Yahoo search, you can call them and ask for Pro Bono and if not ask for a payment plan.}{

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Richter, Alyson Attorney -... -
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dentonfamilylaw.com
(972) 434-3828 -
* 303 N Carroll Blvd, Ste 100, Denton, TX
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dentonfamilylaw.com
(940) 387-1600 -
* 303 N Carroll Blvd, Denton, TX
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3Tackett Legal PC | Criminal... -
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tacklaw.com
(940) 591-1633 -
* 721 W Mulberry St, Denton, TX
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4Dominick J Marsala, Attorney (3) -
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(940) 382-1976 -
* 1417 E Mckinney St, Ste 110, Denton, TX
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5Loveless, Curtis M - Loveless... -
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cmloveless.com
(940) 387-3776 -
* 218 N Elm St, Denton, TX

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Performing Legal Research Find A Supreme Court Ruling.Where To Look?
1.United States Code 2.Washington Post 3.United States Reports 4.Aba Model Rules

Well, lexisnexis and westlaw are the best, but they are very expensive. I'll get you some free resources for those in just a minute, but in general, go to the source for the Washington Post and the ABA. For cases and statutes, go to Findlaw and Cornell. None of that is as powerful as the expensive resources, but you can spend thousands on research on even a small case, so there's something to be said for free services.

1. United States Code:
The House of Representatives provides a free tool to search through the code:
http://uscode.house.gov/

Cornell's version is also very useful:
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/

And so is the one provided by Findlaw:
http://www.findlaw.com/casecode/uscodes/

You may need to check all three to find what you're looking for, but that's the cost of free services. The search tools are not as powerful and they don't have the proprietary commentary by Thompson Reuters or other sources which can come in handy in finding cases that interpret the code.

2. Washington Post:
You can search the Washington Post archives free here:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-adv/archives/advanced.htm

But if you want to view the full articles you find, they will charge you. The prices can be seen here:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-adv/archives/fees.htm

3. United States Reports
The Supreme Court provides pdfs of the bound volumes of all US Reports since 1991 here:
http://www.supremecourtus.gov/opinions/boundvolumes.html

If you're looking for a particular cite from volumes 502 through 544, that can be quite useful, but it's not a good search tool.

Resource.org provides a similar tool which allows you to view cases from the entire history of the court up to the present. It seems to have pretty good coverage, but I can't guarantee it is complete. For 1991 to the present, you're better off with the Supreme Court cite, but if you don't find the volume there, check this out:
http://bulk.resource.org/courts.gov/c/US/

The best free tool to search for decisions is provided by Cornell:
http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/search/

If you want to search casebriefs of major cases to help you as a first step in your research, I've always liked this site:
http://www.oyez.org/cases/2000-2009/2006/

4. ABA Model Rules
The ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct can be found here:
http://www.abanet.org/cpr/mrpc/model_rules.html

Any other ABA publications you want to look through, try searching their website and if that doesn't work, try searching Google, findaw.com and law.cornell.edu.

Can I Set Up An Appointment With The Judge Handling My Family Law Case In New Hampshire?
I Feel Like I Am Not Getting To Tell My Side Of The Story And I'D Like To Address The Allegations Against Me So I Can Defend Myself. My Daughter Is Accusing Me Of Abusing Her. She Is Currently In A Foster Home. I Have No Legal Representation Due To Finances. They Do Not Have The Funds For A Public Defender Anymore In Our State. I Feel Very Nervous When I'M In Court. That'S Why I'D Like To Talk To Him Alone. Just Wondering Thanks

In most cases, the judge is not permitted to meet with one party to a case without the other po\arty being represented in the meeting. You defend yourself IN COURT, not in a private meeting.

First Amendment Versus Constitutional Law?
I'M Doing A Case Trial From The Original Monkey Scopes Trial Back In 1925. I'M A Witness To The Prosecution Team And I'M A Law Expert. I'M Suppose To Talk On Constitutional Laws And That Mr. Scopes Violated The Law And Therefore He Was Brought Up To Trial. But The Opposing Team Is Using The First Amendment (Freedom Of Speech) As A Reason To Why Scopes Taught Evolution. So My Question, Is There Any Statements Regarding How The First Amendment Cannot Be Brought Up When One Has Violated A Constitutional Law? The Limitations To The First Amendment? I'Ve Googled And Read Articles On This, And I Found Nothing On It. I'M Not Sure If It'S Because There Aren'T Any Statements About It Or It'S Because I'M A Total Noob With The United States Law And Constitutions. Answers Are Very Much Appreciated, Please And Thank You.

It was a GRAND WASTE OF TIME.

But what person living in 1925 could not become immersed in a trial that set out to prove if we humans evolved from apes or were created by an Almighty being? This made it a SENSATIONAL trial that garnered the headlines every day in the USA. When the dust settled, however, the trial proved to be unimportant and a grand waste of time,

What most people have lost sight of after 86 years is that the Scopes Monkey Trial was nothing more than a publicity stunt. John Scopes, the teacher, for lack of a better term, was ‘recruited’ to be the defendant in the case by the ACLU. There was no ‘Salem Witch-Hunt’ in Dayton with preachers trolling the hallways of Dayton’s schools hunting for teachers who were violating Tennessee’s Butler Act on teaching evolution. But what person living in 1925 could not become immersed in a trial that set out to prove if we humans evolved from apes or were created by an Almighty being? This made it a SENSATIONAL trial that garnered the headlines every day in the USA.


“The whole idea of suing a teacher for teaching evolution was not conceived by the citizens of Dayton, Tennessee, but rather was promoted by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in New York City. The ACLU advertised in newspapers to locate a teacher in Tennessee who would be willing to test the Butler Act in the courts (with all expenses to be paid by the ACLU). A Dayton resident, George Rappleyea, saw an ACLU advertisement in a Chattanooga newspaper and pressured his friend John Scopes to accept the offer. Unfortunately, Scopes was not a science teacher (he majored in prelaw) and had never actually taught evolution! Scopes was a math teacher and football coach who had merely filled in for the biology teacher (who was ill) for two weeks at the end of the school year. Still, with Scopes' reluctant permission, Rappleyea immediately notified the ACLU that "Professor J.T. Scopes, teacher of science at Rhea County High School, will be arrested and charged with teaching evolution."

It was a jury trial and Scopes was found guilty of teaching evolution theories in violation of Tennessee law, i.e., the Butler Act, and he was fined $100. That is all he was on trial for. In 1926, a year after the guilty verdict, the Tennessee Supreme Court reversed the decision of the Dayton court on a technicality and dismissed the case. The court commented, "Nothing is to be gained by prolonging the life of this bizarre case."


Evolution was viewed more 'cautiously', if not liberally, by southern (Fundamentalist) state governments a year after the trial:

"The Scopes trial by no means ended the debate over the teaching of evolution, but it did represent a significant setback for the anti-evolution forces. Of the fifteen states with anti- evolution legislation pending in 1925, only two states (Arkansas and Mississippi) enacted laws restricting teaching of Darwin's theory."

Other than this, nothing was accomplished. Frankly, it was pretty much a grand waste of time, but it sure made the headlines and stimulated the economy of Dayton, Tennessee.

Ct Security Deposit Laws?
I Lived In An Apartment Rom June 07 To June 08. I Was Never Late On Rent (Except For The Last Month) And Did No Damage To The Apartment. Rent Was $850/Month As A Security Deposit I Put Down $1425 I Did Not Pay My Last Months Rent, I Know I Have To Pay 5% Of My Rent ($42.50) Extra For Each Week It Was Late According To The Lease. There Was A 10 Day Grace Period In Which I Would Not Be Penalized For Not Paying Rent In The Begining Of The Month. This Would Mean That I Would Owe Her (Landlord) $977.50 Including The Late Fees. Even Though I Didn'T Pay Last Months Rent, Is She Still Obligated To Give Me Back The $447.50 That Is Remaining Of My Security? I Have Been Expecting It. She Was Given My Forwarding Address Prior To My Moving Out. It Has Been Over 30 Days. Is It Illegal Of Her To Keep My Remaining Money Or Am I In The Wrong??

she owes you and she is kiting.
.......however.......u indicated when you were there; I presume you were on an annual
lease. IT is possible that in CT, you must
give her a 2 mo written notice instead of
a 1 mo notice.

IS your old unit rented out now?

She can withhold security money if
the unit does not rent out quickly
and the state requires a 2 mo written
notice........otherwise,
she is improperly holding your cash.

IF she is improperly withholding it
you can also ask her for 3x the
amount as a PENALTY ALLOWED IN
ALL STATES.......to motivate landlords to
refund within the 15 days obligation period.

Available to help further.