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Who Likes Lawyers?
More Specifically, Who Really Likes Trial Lawyers? You Know, The Guys On Tv Commercials All The Time Asking If You'Ve Recently Been In A Wreck, Been Hurt, Etc.
Some lawyers are honest and hardworking individuals trying to help people and support their families. They fight each day and put up with a lot of crap to pass laws that benefit you and get you money to pay your bills when you've been taken advantage of by insurance companies, businesses or joe schmo. Other lawyers are not so good. All they're interested in is themselves. Unfortunately all you hear about (or care about) are the ones that take advantage of people. There's good guys and bad guys in every line of work.
Yes those commercials are annoying but they have to advertise and get your attention to get business like everyone else does. What commercials do you really remember? The ones that are simple or the ones that are over the top and annoying?
Who Is The Best Criminal Defense Lawyer In Nyc? A Friend Is Being Charged Under Rico And Needs And Answer.?
RICO violations can be complicated, and dealing with every legal issue is overwhelming to most people. What your cousin needs is an attorney with a sophisticated understanding of federal and state RICO laws, as well as a successful track record. There is one firm I highly recommend, and another I think might help as well.
I’ve heard some really good things about The Blanch Law Firm’s Civil/RICO practice. They’re criminal defense attorneys spent years in different district attorneys’ offices and they have an “insider’s” understanding of areas of the law such as RICO. They understand how RICO investigations work and how government officials collect information. Overall, they’re a very experienced criminal defense firm with the highest rankings on Martindale-Hubbell (a law firm registry). Various clients had positive comments about the firm, and their attorneys (Ryan Blanch, Lawrence J. Fredella, Edward J McQuat, Douglas M. Schneider, Gregory L. Smith and Kimberly Summers) have represented both small and large criminal defense cases.
Another attorney who has some experience is Jared J. Scharf. He personally handles or supervises every aspect of every case from beginning to end with the assistance of Adam L. Scharf. Also, they do not accept new cases that will diminish their ability to provide focused attention and high-quality advocacy to their existing clients.
Getting Into Law School?
I Need Some Tips On Getting In! What Is A Good Major? What Is A Good Score On The Lsat'S? What Is The Best Gpa That I Should Not Go Below. I Could Really Use Some Advice Of The &Quot;Been There Done That&Quot; Sort.
I want to echo some of the comments made by the person above me. Your major doesn't really matter. A very challenging major (like math or science) might give you an edge if you're already competitive at a school and certain majors like so-called "pre-law" or criminal justice are usually considered undesirable.
A perfect LSAT score is 180. The test is curved, so how many questions you can miss and still get a 180 varies by each examination, but usually 1 to 3 questions. As for what constitutes a good score, that really depends on the law schools you want to attend. For the top 14 schools, you would ideally have a 98-99th percentile LSAT score (170-ish+). For top 50, a 165+ is really helpful. As for GPA, that varies by schools, too. I would like to disagree with the person above me on this point: you can have below a 4.0 and get into Yale, Harvard or Stanford Law. It gets exponentially harder below a 3.8, yes, and a 4.0 certain helps, but these schools often take people in the 3.8 range and Harvard has accepted people as low as 3.6, but it's uncommon. For really any other law school, a 3.5-3.6 is fine, but what you'll need on the LSAT score will change. Some schools in the top 14 do take people with GPAs around 3.0 or even lower, but they all have high LSAT scores to balance it out.
To keep your options open, try not to let your GPA slip below 3.5. You can still get into an amazing school, but some schools will just be closed off you to below that point. As for your LSAT, aim as high as possible, of course, but a 170+ score can get you into some fine schools.
If In A Accident With Someone Who Has The Same Insurance Should You Hire A Lawyer?
Same insurance company has nothing to do with it.
Keep in mind that hiring a lawyer will typically cost you 1/3 of any recovery if on contingency, or thousands if paying cash up front. Very few accidents require a lawyer, unless you are really, really unhappy with the insurance adjuster's settlement, suffered serious bodily injury or feel that you are being grossly shorted in a way that would merit incurring the steep legal costs.
If an accident is all it was - just negotiate with the insurance adjusters yourself. Even if you are a few hundred bucks unhappy, it won't be worth a lawyer.
Do I Have A Legal Case For Medical Malpractice?
My Father Recently Had A Stent Put Into His Artery Leading To The Heart. The Doctor Performing This Procedure Confessed To My Mother During A Post Procedure Meeting That He May Have Done More Harm Than Good. He Put The Stent In And Then Used A Filter But, The Filter Caused The Stent To Collapse. Basically, Rendering The Stent Useless And There Is No Other Way To Remove The Stent Of Have It Replaced Because Of A Prior Operation To His Heart.
Do I Have A Legal Case For Medical Malpractice?
No. Under absolutely no circumstances would YOU ever have a legal case for malpractice over a medical procedure performed on your father.
But if you are asking if your FATHER has a potential claim for medical malpractice the answer is probably not - but nobody can say for certain based on the teeny tiny amount of information you have provided.
Not getting the best outcome and/or not getting a good outcome does not mean a doctor has committed medical malpractice. Medical procedures are NEVER guaranteed. And I can guarantee that your father signed a whole bunch of forms before he went in for the surgery that acknowledged the surgery was not guaranteed to be successful and even acknowledged the possibility of death during the procedure or after the procedure.
To rise to the level of malpractice a doctor has to do something that no other doctor would have done. So if ANY OTHER doctor would have inserted the stent and then used a filter (which seems quite likely), then this doctor did not engage in an act of malpractice. And the fact this doctor freely informed your mother that the procedure failed and did more harm than good leads me to believe that this doctor is not at all concerned about being accused of malpractice. (Doctors who genuinely screw up generally go into CYA mode and don't admit or confess to any wrongdoing.)
I'M Wondering, Are There Any Lawyers Or Law Experts Out There That Can Assist Me With Some Legal Questions?
Last Night I Was Rear Ended In An Intersection, And The Driver Proceeded To Flee The Scene Of The Accident. The Passengers In My Vehicle Managed To Get The License Plate Number, But We'Ve Run Into A Problem. The Registration For The Car, And The Registration Of The License Plate Are Two Different People, Who Are Not Easy To Get In Touch With. All Three Of Us Are Minorly Injured (Whiplash, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain..) And Are Worried That If He Has No Insurance, We May Be Getting Into A Tricky Situation. Do I Have Ground To Stand On As Far As Suing Goes? Is This Something You'D Reccommend? What If He Doesn'T Have Money?
From a legal point of view yes you do have a case, this can be approached from a number of angles. You can approach it in tort law, criminal law etc... If you would like anymore help I can do my best, you may contact me on email@example.com