Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your area that advertise they focus on your kind of case. This could make the entire process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be possible to limit your research to the correct one in very little time. Step one is to create a list of the lawyers that are listed in your area that specialize in your needs. When you are making this list you ought to only include those you have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down through taking some time evaluating their internet site. There you will be able to find the amount of years they are practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You ought to then take the time to search for independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure you see the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The data in the reviews provides you with a solid idea of the direction they connect with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you should meet up with a minimum of the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you some time to genuinely evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It can be imperative that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find someone containing the correct degree of experience to obtain the perfect outcome.
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What Do You Think About Medical Malpractice Awards?
&Quot;There Is Now A Great Controversy Over The Amount Monetary Awards Granted To Plaintiffs In Malpractice Lawsuits Brought Against Doctors And Other Medical Personnel By Patients.&Quot;
Some Awards, For Instance, Go Into The Millions. Do You Feel That Such Rewards Are Too Much? Do You Believe That There Should Be A Limit On The Amount Of Money That Can Be Awarded, And Why Or Why Not?
The reality is that the publicity about medical malpractice has been a disservice to many patients and probably been bad for health care.
According to a peer-reviewed study by (I think Harvard Medical School), fewer than 5% of victims of malpractice act on a claim. The few that do must find a doctor familiar with the area of practice in the community to review the claim and say that it has merit before they can even go forward. This is really hard, even for the best claim, and the money outlay is significant. Then they have to get through aggressive discovery by the insurance company, which can look into every aspect of the patient's life. Then they have to get past an opportunity for the Judge to throw it out. Then they have to prove to a jury of usually 12 people that they were harmed by negligence, and they must prove damages. They don't get anything for attorneys' fees unless they show the doctor was reckless or malicious. If the jury makes an award, which more than half don't, the Judge can reduce the award, but not increase it, or disregard the jury and throw it out. Then they have to survive one or two appeals.
Nobody knows how much the malpractice insurers are making, and they have a bizarre exemption from the antitrust laws that normally prohibit price fixing. Premiums have gone up, while claims and awards have gone down. "Defensive medicine" only seems to be practiced on people who can pay, so there is some doubt that liability is a cause rather than a pretext for the providers to make more money.
Contrary to suspicion you may have, I am not a malpractice lawyer. I have never handled a Plaintiff's malpractice claim, although I occasionally work for doctors. I am a lawyer by profession, but I work more as an economist. I started off believing that we have a problem with malpractice claims, delved into it, and changed my opinion 180 degrees. Problem in our society is that there is no PR campaign for people hurt by occasional careless doctors or hospitals.
Is The Search Legal? Help!!!?
Ok I Was On The Freeway Going At Regualr 65 Mph Speed, I Saw A High Patrol Car Right Behind Me But He Did Not Siren Or Turn His Lights On, After 30 Sec To A Minute He Turned His Lights On And Siren. There Was Nowhere For Me To Pull Over Because There Was A Merging Lane To My Right So I Stayed In My Lane And Got Off The Freeway At The Next Exit Because I Felt It Was The Safest Thing For Me To Do , Wen I Got Off The Freeway I Pulled Into A Neighborhood. After I Stopped He Ordered Me To Get Out Of The Car And Cuffed Me,He Asked Me Why I Was Running From The Cops And I Said I Was Looking For A Safe Place To Stop. He Then Started To Search My Car And Found Less Than A Gram Of Marijuana. After He Wrote All The Paperwork He Told Me That I Was Pulled Over For Tinted Windows.. Was The Search Legal??
Also Can The Cop Prove That I Was &Quot;Trying To Run Away&Quot; Without Writing Anything About It On The Citation
I Need Help
No. That was an illegal search. Get a lawyer and file a motion to suppress. Did you consent to the search? If not, then it was illegal. And it is perfectly legal to find a safe place to pull over as you described. As a woman, I will never pull over anywhere that I feel it to be unsafe and that includes desolate areas. It is legal to continue driving at a safe speed until you enter a populated area.
Steven's right about the fact that they will try to give you a failure to yield. But you can just as easily fight that and win on that as well. However; it is still not grounds for a search. That was still illegal. Police love to use that trick. Get an attorney. Don't get all your legal advice on here from annoynomous avatars.
Drink Driving. Help?
Im About To Go To Court For Drink Driving. The Alcohol Measure In My Blood Was So High, It Was Over 3 Times The Legal Limit. I Have Been Driving For 2 Years And Have Never Had Any Points On My License. I Stayed With A Friend One Night For A Few Drinks, We Ended Up Having An Argument And Told Me To Get Off Her Property, I Got In My Car And Tried To Sleep It Off In The Passenger Seat Until The Morning, But She Made Me Get Off Her Property. I Was So Drunk I Felt I Had No Choice And About 5 Minutes Down The Road I Crashed Several Times And My Car Was A Write Off
I Have Never Had Any Criminal Or Motoring Offenses Before And Am Struggling To Know What To Do Next. Idont Tell Me What I Did Was Wrong I Know That, And I Know Nothing Excuses What I Did. I Am Here For Advice From People Who Have Been Through The Same Thing.. Not For A Lecture Off Peopel Who Think They Are Better Cause They Have Never Done Anything Wrong
first off, i'm glad that you and no one else was hurt during the incident....that's the most important thing.
what is going to happen when you get to court really is going to depend on what state you live in, the judge, and if you have a good lawyer or not. all states are cracking down on dui laws and consequences, but some, like VA are really putting a lot of emphasis on punishment for offenders. the new rule there is automatic 10 days in jail for first time offenders and loss of license. no matter where you live, you are going to probably get a hefty fine, have your license taken away for at least a year, and the court will probably order you to participate in some sort of class (asap, driver improvement, etc.). one piece of advice, when you go to court, i wouldn't even bother mentioning that you drove because your friend wanted you off of the property. most judges are not going to care about the story. if you show true remorse and take full responsibility for what you did, and show that you really know it was wrong, the judge might go a little easier on you-but again it's going to depend on your states laws, how he or she feels that day, etc.
sorry i know this probably isn't what you wanted to hear, but this is just what i know from experience with a few friends who have gone through the same ordeal.
Lawyer Legal Help Dating Minors?
If I Am 17. We (My Family) Have A Close Friend Who Is 30 Who We Trust And Love As A Christian Friend.Can I Date Him Definitely Not Involving In Sexual Relations! Just Dating And Occasional Kissing. My Parents Trust Him But Also'D Disown Him In A Heart Beat If They Found Out. If We Date But Try To Keep It A Secret Until I Am Of Legal Age. Which Will Be Risky I Understand But Is It Legal If We Refrain From Sexual Relations. He Lives In Ohio He Just Moved For A Job And I Live In Nc. We Both Love Each Other I Mean To The Point Where It Is Awkward Around Family Because We Would Both Love To Just Sit There And Cuddle In Front Of Everyone -Don'T Worry We Refrain. Weve Recognized We Should Not Date Because Its Wrong But Still Have Deep Feelings Hat We Are Trying To Hold In. Doing A Graduating Early Program At My School And Ill Be Volunteering Whith Needy Children + With An Organization Extra Requirements I Need But Will Be Living Near Him Alone For A Few Months.... Is It Legal To Date Him?
Your state sets the law on what is legal and when. You need to research that to make sure that child abuse/molestation statutes don't apply for any kind of adult 'touching'. This includes kissing and touching of any sexual organs or parts. On either of you.
Sex shouldn't even be on the table. If this is a "Christian friend", then you don't have sex until your wedding night. That's how it works in Christianity. You don't get to pick and choose on this one.
As an adult, this is just so creepy. I understand thinking a 17 year old is hot or attractive, but it's usually from a distance. As adults, 13 years is doable. As a teenager, it's creepy. If that's his thing, what happens when you age out?
Help!!! Need Advice Re: Assault Charges?
My Bf, Got Into A Fist Fight With Some Other Guy. Someone Called The Cops And Both Went To Jail. My Bf Is Out Now And Is Getting A Laywer Because He Is Charged With Assault. According To My Bf, He Is Looking At More Jail Time Possibly 3 Yrs. Is This True? How Long Can My Bf Be In Jail For? He Has A Record From Before; He Got Caught Driving With No Insurance And Expired License And An Unpaid Ticket From Years Ago. Anyways, Will This Affect Him Now?I Just Need Someone Qualified To Let Me Know What Could Happen To Him. Also, His Lawyer Said That If He Can Come Up With $1,100 The Lawyer Can Garuntee Maybe A Few Weekends In Jail But He Won'T Have To Be There For A Year. Does That Sound Legit? Seriouse Answers Please.
is it the police or the other guy pressing the assault charge? if it was self defense it sounds like the lawyer is legit since that is a lot of money and if he really knows what he is doing he should be able to get him off all together,I could tell you a lot more on how to defend the charges but don't know what part of the world you live in and some country's have different laws. If he pleads not guilty because he was defending himself they probably will try to bring those past events down on him but he has done whatever he needed to do due to those actions and are a completely different offense and they are then classed as irrelevant. I know a lot about the law system in my country being New Zealand and also know a lot of some other country's I need to know a bit more if I was able to help in a much more extreme way,and making sure he doesn't go to jail. I would need to know all the detail of how it happened or what happened to give you the options of what to do or even find the right lawyer where ever you are that would be best in your b/f defense,some lawyers are all round lawyers but some have more talent in certian area's and to be spending that much should completly get him off all charges. hope this helps and good luck.
How Can I Find Online Divorce Decree?
I Need To Find Online Divorce Decree
IF you're looking to find out about a divorce, call the county court house where it was or would have been filed. Marriage & divorce AE public knowledge & they will tell you over the phone. IF you want the divorce paperwork, ask the cost of the "original" copies, send a ck., self addressed envelope & they WILL get them rite off to you. You need nothing more than the names of the couple you're referring to. This is how I got mine!...good luck...:)