3 Methods To Know You've Picked The Proper Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to undergo the legal court system, particularly if lack confidence inside your legal team. Allow me to share three important methods to understand that you've hired the correct lawyer: 1. They Are Experts In Your Type Of Case Legal requirements is usually tricky and this requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you need a legal representative, seek out one that handles the challenge you're facing. Even though a relative or friend recommends you make use of a good they understand, should they don't have got a focus that's similar to your case, keep looking. When your attorney is an expert, specifically in the difficulty you're facing, you understand you've hired the right one. 2. The Lawyer Has A Winning Record Dependant upon the circumstances, it can be challenging to win a case, especially if the team helping you has hardly any experience. Try to find practices that have won numerous cases that pertain to yours. While this is no guarantee that you simply case will probably be won, it will give you a better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond In the event the attorney you've chosen takes enough time to hear your concerns and respond to your inquiries, you've probably hired the right one. Irrespective of how busy they may be or how small your concerns seem off their perspective, it's crucial that they react to you in the caring and timely manner. From the point of view of a common citizen who isn't familiar with the judicial system, court cases can be pretty scary you want updates and to seem like you're part of the solution. Some attorneys are simply just considerably better to you and your case than the others. Make sure you've hired the most suitable team for your circumstances, to actually can place the matter behind you as soon as possible. Faith with your legal representative is the first step to winning any case.
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Anyone Know Discrimination Lawyers In Ohio?
I Am Looking For A Discrimination Lawyer In Ohio. Hopefully Close To The Bucyrus, Ohio Area. I Heard There Are Lawyers For Discrimination That You Don'T Have To Get Paid Until The Defendant Does. I Was Hoping Someone Would Have Some Informationf On Lawyers Like That. Please Help Me This Is An Emergancy. Thank You
Do google search for discrimination lawyers, bucyrus ohio and you find quite a few. Or you could call the bar association and ask for names.
What you are talking about are lawyers who take cases on "contingency", meaning if you win, both of you get paid and if you lose, no one gets paid. These are usually with personal injury cases.
But, be advised, you will need to talk to a lawyer in person to see if your case is valid or not. Also, you will need to find out if they do contingency or if you will have to pay them a retainer.
Mother-In-Law Issues, Need Some Advice?
When I Was 15 Yrs Old I Started A Relationship With Who Is Now My Husband. Its Been 8 Yrs And We'Re Going Strong. 7 Yrs Ago When I Was 16, We Got In An Arguement With My Hubby'S Mother And Her Boyfriend (They Are Still Together Also) We Were Told Never To Speak To Them Again. And To Act Like They Were Dead. We'Ve Tried Rekindling The Relationship But They Wanted Nothing To Do With Us. My Hubby Has Two Brothers Who Get Along With Thier Mother, One Is Married One Has A Girlfriend. The Two (Wife - Girlfriend) Get Along Very Well With Her And Have Come To Me Asking Me Questions About The Arguement, And Trying To Get Information From Me, So They Can Bring It Back To Her. Neither Of The Brothers And Their Spouses Are Very Close To Us Anymore. But One Ended Up Talking My Hubby Into Calling His Mom, Which He Did, And Now Things Are Like Nothing Ever Happened. But She Still Won'T Talk To Me. I'Ve Sent Her An Email Asking If She Wanted To Speak To Me Or If She Just Wanted To Stay In Contact With Her Son. There Was No Response. I Don'T Know What To Do About This. Because It Seems Like Everything Is Turning Out To Be My Fault, (Which It Wasn'T) And No One In His Family Wants Anything To Do With Me But Will Speak To My Hubby. She Has Sent My Hubby Emails Stating Very Clearly That She Wants To Meet With Him And Only Him. Have Any Advice. Thank You In Advance.
My advice is that you and your hubby sit down and have a long good chat. I understand that he would want a relationship with his mother but it will not work without you being involved too. It does not mean that you and her have to be best buddy's but excluding you is not acceptable. It comes down to this...your husband needs to stay on your side. He needs to nicely but firmly let his mother know that you are his wife and family and that you come first. That he wants a relationship with her but she is going to need to accept that you are his wife and that you must not be excluded. He can explain it does not mean she needs to call and chat with you on the phone about how her day was or anything like that. Bottom line he needs to get across is that he is a package deal. And if she can not be nice to you then he will not be a part of it. I know it seems firm but I believe it is the only way things will work out. Otherwise his family will start causing problems with your marriage if only on a subconscious level, it will start to happen. I have seen these situation happen many times. In marriages when the husband makes sure it is clear that the wife is first, the marriages last and in the ones where he lets the mother have this control they end. (It is control in that she is controlling how and when she sees him and it all revolves around excluding you).
Important point is that it has to be your husband who talks to her about this, not you. If you were to say the same thing it will look like you are bossing your husband around and then backfire on you. And because he is the son he needs to do it. Of course you have to talk together first and make sure you are both on the same page. I hope that he chooses you. Good-luck.
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Any Suggestions For A Good Lawyer For An Ssi Case?
I Am In The Final Stage Of The Appeal Process For Ssi. I Have Had Of Of The Appeals And Am Up To The Last One. I Would'Ve Had It By Now But My Psychiatrist (I Found Out Later) Is Not Good About Replying To Their Questions. I Am Also Not Very Thrilled With His Ideas Of Therapy But There Are No More Openings In My Area And I Have Been Trying For Years. Now The Court Appointed One Seems To Think That I Should Have It, The Three Times That I Have Seen Him. I Am Diagnosed With Ptsd, Ocd, Depression, Social Anxiety And Borderline Personality Disorder. The Last Depends On Who You Talk To. Any Ideas And Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated. I Have Been Fighting This On My Own For Years.
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See section 7, on OCD, at ezy build, below and also view section 6, (page N first) since some mental health professionals consider it to be an anxiety related disorder - personally, I believe it may be a way of avoiding, or reducing anxiety/fear. View: CONFRONTING YOUR FEARS, and page N, in section 6. Ask yourself when you first started developing OCD tendencies, and what happened, around that time. You didn't have the therapies and techniques available to you then, that are available to you, now. If you are aware of the cause, you can use EMDR therapy (see sections 33 - 34, with therapist locator) to address it. If you aren't aware of the cause, you can try asking for an answer in your dreams. Your subconscious mind certainly hasn't forgotten that cause, but may currently be shielding you from it, by not allowing you to remember, and instead, forcing you to adopt your obsessive behavio(u)r.
Write down 3 times, before going to sleep: "Tonight, in my dreams, I want to remember seeing what my fear is, when I get up", and put it under your pillow. Then say it aloud 3 times, after lights out. It is important to summon as much desire as you are capable of, to more effectively communicate this to your subconscious mind. If this works, it should produce a response within 2 weeks; if not, you may not be remembering, so set an alarm to go off after, first, 3 hrs; next night 4; next night 5: have a pen & paper handy, and WRITE DOWN THOSE DREAMS!!! or, chances are, you will forget. Remember, the response may be metaphorical (figurative), rather than literal. There is a section on dream interpretation in the Social Science section, here at Y!A, where you will receive other interpretations (mine are based largely on the work of the psychologist, Fritz Perls; others vary; some are mystical mumbo jumbo). View DREAM INTERPRETATION, in section 3, at ezy build, if interested. Although I am much better at interpreting the dreams of males, I have had some success with those of females. Feel free to email me, by clicking on my profile; all I can do is offer my interpretation, but the dreamer is always the ultimate judge of the true meaning of any dream.
Alternatively (and not for free) you could try NeuroLinguistic Programming, (Google: "NLP" & see Wikipedia.org), or professional hypnotherapy, if you are fairly suggestible, as are around 40% of people. Practice one of the relaxation methods on pages 2, 11, 2c, or 2i, daily, and when needed. Also, give the EFT a good tryout, to see if it helps you. There is also a version for use in public places, (if you like, you can claim to have a headache, as you massage/lightly tap your temples). "Even though I suffer from OCD, I deeply and completely accept myself." Section 53, and pages 2, 2.q and 2.o at http://www.ezy-build.net.nz/~shaneris also refer. One method you can try is by replacing your OCD behavio(u)r with the EFT. it takes about 30 - 40 repetitions, for most people to instill a new habit.
A variant of EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy is shown on page i, in section 42, at ezy build. I have found that the 2 - 3 minutes spent using the EMDR markedly reduces distractions to the relaxation process, and is repaid many times over. Because OCD is considered to be related to anxiety, try getting yourself some "worry beads", (Google: "religious supplies; providers" or ask at a religious supplies store, Catholic church, or Muslim mosque) and deliberately replace your former activity with moving them about between, or around your fingers: Use a stress ball, or get a balloon, add a couple of tablespoonsful of flour, and enough water to make a stiff dough; tie and squish repeatedly. This is merely a more socially acceptable form of OCD, though, not a true therapy, as it doesn't address the underlying problem; it's just a coping strategy.
Social anxiety is addressed in section 9, at ezy build; see the COMPREHENSIVE POST first. BPD is addressed in section 15, at http://www.ezy-build.net.nz/~shaneris Be aware that, because of their upbringing, people suffering from BPD tend to see things in terms of black and white, rather than shades of grey, and often idealise, then devalue, in relationships. They also tend to have a great fear of abandonment, and sometimes go to extreme lengths to prevent it. A tendency to abuse alcohol and/or drugs, or high risk activities may be present. Use the locators, in section 1, at ezy build, and the phone book, to find a therapist who uses Dialectical Behavio(u)ral Therapy, or get a good book on the subject, and give to a therapist using Cognitive Behavio(u)ral Therapy (fairly common, and probably nearby) and ask that it be incorporated into your treatment. Read "I hate you: don't leave me." by Jerold J. Kreisman, m.d. and Hal Stras. A workbook that offers good coping skills is Marsha Linehan's Skills Training Manual (a DBT Workbook).
Can Anyone Give A Good Reference To A Lawyer Who Will Sue For Legal Malpractice?
I Have Received A Letter From The Attorney Grievance Stating That The Lawyer I Had Doing My Case Violated Mcr 9.104(A)(2)-(4) And Mrpc 1.1(B); And, 1.3. I Need A Lawyer Who Will Take On This Case And Sue For Pain An Suffering For Loss Of Money That I Could Have Received If The Lawyer Would Have Done Her Job Right. I Need A Lawyer Who Will Do Pro Bono. I Live In Michigan Anyone Who Can Give Reference To A Good Lawyer I Would Appreciate It.
There are certain issues with lawyers recommending lawyer services, so I will not give you any direct recommendations, but I will explain to you how to best find what you are looking for.
First of all, you start off on the webpage http://www.martindale.com
This is essentially the national "yellow pages" of all licensed lawyers. Click the "Find Lawyers and Law Firms" link to the left, then select "Law Firms" in the main window.
Select Michigan as a state, and in the field below, indicating legal practice, select "Legal Malpractice'. Do not enter anything in any other fields to get as broad search as possible. (You should end up with 83 hits).
Then just start contacting every one of them, explaining your case and that you want to sue the lawyer for malpractice. Or, if you are willing to do some research instead of carpet bombing them with e-mails, google the firms and see which one appears to be the best. Often, a larger firm is a better firm.
It is unlikely that you will get a lawyer to do this Pro Bono, the normal way of a law suit like this is based on a contingency fee. That essentially means that you do not pay anything for their services up front, but that they receive a part of the money you win, if you end up winning the case (usually 30%, but this would all be calculated into the award a judge would give you).
The good thing with this system is that if you don't win, you don't pay. The bad thing is of course that if you do win, 30% is a fairly large chunk of money.
Best of luck to you.
To address the issue by the previous poster, as you have a letter from the Attorney Grievance Commission, it would be entirely impossible for the lawyer in question to counter sue you for malicious prosecution. You do not at all need to worry about this.
Will Getting A High Class Attorney That Is Same Law Firm As A Local Judge Help My Case?
He Cost 3500 To Get Started And 7500 Just To Go To Court And 300 An Hour But He Showed Me The Worst But Most Likely I Would Get 5 Years And That When He Works That He Can Get That Down Over What A Public Defender Will Do. The Local Judge Worked At This Law Firm For 42 Years Before Becoming A Judge And This Guy Is His Best Man And Has A Johnny Cockron Type Background And Has Even Got People Off A Murder Charges Which I Saw On The News After Hiring Him.
Does This Really Make A Difference Or What?
He Says It Is A Numbers Game To Them And That I Would Most Likely Just Have To Worry About The Fine By Hiring Him And That He Has His Own Team Who Can Make Sure The Evidence Is Inadmissible So I Won'T Be Charged With Everything. He Wants To Get Them On Every Little Mess Up, How They Did It And My Medical Problems That Might Kill Me If I Go To Prison That Long.
He sounds like a very capable attorney, and that has to help your situation. Can you afford that? (Sounds expensive too.)
If you have money, you won’t qualify for a public defender. That’s my guess. The problem with public defenders is that they are so overworked. They may be competent attorneys, but there is only so much time they can spend on your case.
The vast majority of cases end up going through a plea process, and get plead down to a lesser charge. That’s not all bad either, if you can get something you can live with. I think this depends on the strength of their case, and how crowded the court calendar might be.
If you end up going to court, it will cost more in attorney fees, and there is still plenty of uncertainty as to the outcome. I guess you just have to wait and see what they offer.