Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are loads of lawyers in your town that advertise that they can focus on your form of case. This will make the process of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it is possible to restrict your quest on the right one in very little time. The first step is to generate a listing of the lawyers that are listed in the area specializing in your position. When you are which makes this list you ought to only include those that you may have a great vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down by using a while evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list ought to have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You need to then make time to search for independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The details inside the reviews gives you a solid idea of the way they connect with their customers and the time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, it is advisable to talk to no less than the past three lawyers which may have the credentials you are interested in. This provides you with the time to really evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It can be vital that you follow many of these steps to actually find someone which includes the correct level of experience to help you the perfect outcome.
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Legal Advice That Is Free?
I Need Some Free Legal Advice.. Stupid Other Online Sites Say Free Yet After You Type The Question You Have To Pay! Its Really Annoying! Help
Depending on the type of question you have, there are free services in every state.
I would start by looking up the nearest Legal Aid office. If there isn't one close to you, I would type "legal services <your state> pro bono," into google. You should find some sort of list of organizations that provide free legal services.
Added later: Thanks for adding more info. It does help.
(1) You should do what I suggested above and instead of looking for a phone number, look for an email address.
(2) You definitely have a case against the contractors. If they were paid for work they did not do, then they can be sued.
(3) When dealing with contractors, NEVER pay all the money up front. Work out a deal where you give money at the start and then incrementally as the work gets done.
Can You Study Law And Become A Lawyer After Studying History At University?
I Live In The Uk And I'M Planning To Go To University In The Uk As Well. I'M 16 At The Moment So I Still Have A Year Or So To Decide What I Want To Study, Where, And What Professions I Could Go Into From My Degree.
I Really Enjoy Learning About History And It'S Always Fascinated Me From An Early Age. The Only Problem Is That Just Studying History By Itself Doesn'T Lead Into Many Professions Thus I'Ve Come Up With The Idea Of Perhaps Studying Law And Becoming A Lawyer. I'M Also Pretty Good At English So The Intellectual Aspects Of Law Wouldn'T Be A Problem For Me.
My Question Is, Can I Study History At University And Then Study Law At A Graduate College Or Do I Have To Read A Law Degree?
Ignore that last answer, they don't know the way that the U.K education system works.
In short yes, you can. You do your undergraduate degree in history. And following that you need to do a conversion course which is a one year course that will prepare you to do law. It is an intense year and it costs A LOT it's £11,000 I believe for the one year.
And then after that if you want to become a solicitor then you need too do "The Bar" which is another year. I would suggest that you just do law. It will be cheaper and you will get to your destination faster.
Need Legal Advice, Insurance Company Small Claims Is After Me. What To Do?
The Insurance Company Of A Man Whose Fender I Tapped One Day While Being Blinded By The Sun Wants Me To Go To Court And/Or Pay Them $4,318. This Amount Is, As Far As I'M Concerned, Completely Arbitrary. I Have Not Been Told What The $4,318 Was Paying For. The Man'S Insurance Company Found Out That I Was Not At The Time Insured Under My Dad'S Car'S Insurance. The Man In The Accident Never Called Me Or Contacted Me For Any Expenses, Until I Got A Summons From The Lawyer Of His Insurance Company Pretending To Be Defending Him. They Actually Had To Pay Out A Personal Claim And They Hate It. Now They Pass On The Cost Of Their Frivolous Mystery Invoice To Me As If I Would Understand The Necessity Of Their Claim. They Really Must Explain Something Of Those Costs To Me Sometime. My Question Is This, How Do I Legally Tell Them Where To Stick It?
You can legally tell them to 'stick it' in a court of law but be warned: insurance companies do not play games. If you are stupid enough to actually go to court over $4K then be prepared to be eaten alive by the insurer's lawyer and the judge. You have every right to see the paperwork associated with the cost of the claim they are requesting but don't be too shocked at what you find. A trip to the ER, with NO injuries will cost in excess of $2,500 after exams, MRI and x-rays. Why don't you try being reasonable and contact the insurer and discuss a settlement before you find yourself before a judge. If you get a judgment against against you and don't make the payments you will be in contempt and your assets will be seized, sold and you will face heavy fines.
Dude, it just ain't worth it..... don't you have your own insurance for this???
I Need Help Finding Free Legal Aid For Custody Battle, Please Help ?
I'm Trying To File For Full Custody Of My Son. When I Went To The Court House They Told Me I Needed To Know Exactly What Type Of Papers I Needed To File. They Gave Me The Number To A Toll Free Legal Aid Number, I Called The Number And They Told Me That They Couldn't Help Me Because The Court House Uses Different Numbers To File. What Does That Mean, And How Can I Find Out What To File? Someone Please Help Me.
If It Makes A Difference I Live In San Bernadino County California
*Sigh* These are depressing.
(909)889-7328 or 1(866)889-7328 (toll free)
http://www.inlandlegal.org/services/clinics/LASSB.htm if it helps.
P.S. I hope you win, my mom did and it was the best thing that could have happen in my life.
Need Legal Advice ... See Below ...?
I Have A Good Friend Who Has A Beautiful 2 Year Old Daughter. The Kid'S Father Is Kind Of A &Quot;Whack-Job&Quot; And The Mom Is Now Worried For The Safety Of The Child.
She Does Not Have A Lot Of Money And Is Looking For Some Free Legal Advice ... Below Is Her E-Mail To Me ...
&Quot;Hey Neil Can You Help Me Find Out More About Free Legal Advice Regarding ***** (Child'S Name ) Not Being Able To See ***** ( Father'S Name ) Anymore??? He Has Lost His Mind And I Dont Want My Daughter Around Him Anymore. Do You Know Of Any Good Attorneys That Might Not Charge Too Much (I Know Your Thinking - Yeah Right), But Anything Would Help.&Quot;
Thank You In Advance To All You Yahooligans With Valuable Advice.
tell her to contact legal aid in her state....might be able to get the number from the local Department of Human Services...these agencies provide free or low cost legal services to those with qualifying income level. Good luck to her.
How Do I Find A Good Civil Litigation Attorney?
Our Next Door Neighbor Listens To Excessively Loud Music All Hours Of Day And Night And Has Now Put Up Security Lights That Shine Into Our Bedroom Windows At Night. When I Look At Online Legal Directories, There Are Huge Number Of Options. What Keywords Should I Be Searching For, Or Questions Should I Be Asking When I Contact A Firm?
Search using term CIVIL and do not pay the attorney upfront. Pay them task by task, file a lawsuit is 2nd task. 1st task should be writing a letter to the neighbors asking them to (1) shine lights toward the ground & (2) turn down music after 8PM (whatever time your local cops would consider loud music as disturbing the peace).
Before you use an atty, you might want to have the cops go and politely ask the neighbors to (1) turn down music & (2) point lights at the ground or diff direction than your house.