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May An Individual File A Wrongful Death Claim Without An Attorney In The State Of Wv?
-Our Oldest Brother Peter (A Pedestrian) Was Killed Crossing A Road In Martinsburg, Wv;
-The Driver Works With The Police Department;
-He Was Not Cited;
-Report Say Peter Ran Out In Front Of The Car;
-The Driver Was 75 Years Old And Appeared To Be Wearing Dark Corrective Glasses At The Time Of The Accident;
-He Said &Quot;I Didn'T See Him Until His Face Was In My Windshield;&Quot;
-The Driver May Have Come Out Of A Business Parking Areas And Would Have Been Looking Left As He Was Accelerating To Get Into Traffic;
-The Side Of The Driver'S Headlight Was Broken, As Well As The Side Mirror And Windshield;
-Responses For Assistance From Attorneys Have Been Negative Because Of How The Reports Have Been Written By The City Police;
-We Believe The Reports Are Not Portraying An Accurate Account Of The Fatal Accident;
-Many Questions Are Unanswered About The Driver'S Whereabouts Just Before The Accident As Well As His Medical Condition, Alcohol Consumption, Etc.
You as an individual may file a wrongful death claim, but if you do not have legal experience, it is best to get a lawyer!
Best Small Business Lawyer In Nj?
I Need A Good Small Business Lawyer In Central Nj. I Just Started A Mobile Events Company A Few Months Ago. I Want To Legally Own The Name Of My Company To Start. I Will Also Need A Lawyer For Tax Purposes And Everything Else That Comes With Owning A Small Business. I Want Somebody Who Is Not Going To Coast Me An Arm And A Leg But Will Give Me The Best Results Possible. Some One Who Is Trust Worthy And Will Not Try To Rip Me Off. If It Came Down To It I Would Pay More But Obviously The More Money I Can Save The Better.
Also I Was Thinking About Having Two Lawyers To Insure I Don'T Get Taking Advantage Of By Either One. Having A Lawyer To Watch My Lawyer. Now Is That Recommenced Or Will That Just Be A Waste Of Money At This Point.
I Appreciate You'Re Answers Thank You.
I own a small business I started from my garage and we currently sell over 2m annually so I think I have some knowledge in this area.
Why do people that just open a business think they need a lawyer to do everything? AND a cheap lawyer - no such thing if you want quality. IF 2 lawyers are good, why not get 5 and make it even better.
My brother is a lawyer and 10% owner. He used Legal Zoom to do our state registration. As for "Owning the name" thats just a trademark™. McDonalds is a fairly well known business, but I can still open up a McDonalds auto shop, I just can't open a McDonalds and sell burgers. You can ™ your name and my brother didn't feel it worth the expense to make it a ®, so we just label our name as a ™. Anyone that opens a store with our name and sells like product is still infringing on our name and trade.
What Type Of Lawyer Should I Be?
I'M 13 Years Old And I Have Been Wanting To Be A Lawyer Since I Was 7 Years Old. Now I Really Want Some Advice On What Type Of Lawyer I Should Be. I Want To Make A Good Amount Of Money, I'M Not Looking For Anything Like Crazy Over 6 Figures, But I Want At Most A 100K Paying Job. Something That I Can Live Very Comfortable Off Of. Can Someone Also Explain How Many Years Of School I Have To Go Through. One Of The Options I Was Considering Is Litigation, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, And My Dad Has Recommended A Tax Type Of Lawyer. I Really Would Love To Deal With Real Estate, But I Also Want To Do Something Like Litigation. Please Help Me Out. Thanks!
P.S. I'M A Boy Also, I'M Just On My Mom'S Account.
Yeah, money doesn't follow doing what you love. Biggest pile of horsecrap to ever come out of the '60s. Money comes from doing something that's in demand and hard to learn. Happiness comes from doing something you enjoy and can square with your values system. A great job combines those two.
Specializing in law can be controlled to a certain measure by on your college degree and the courses you take in law school, but even then, some firms will stick you where they need you regardless of your formal education. Your total education will take at least 7 years, but some specialties like tax prefer their candidates to have LLMs, which is basically a master's degree for lawyers. That is an additional year.
Bankruptcy is a dying industry, thanks to laws passed to protect banks and lenders back in 2005. Real estate isn't in big demand, though every lawyer needs to know the basics of it. It gets tied into a lot of other branches of practice. Litigation is a general term for courtroom practice, and it can encompass everything from standard-issue car wreck cases to multi-million dollar pharmaceutical class action lawsuits. Speaking as a tax accountant and lawyer, tax is a good challenge, and you're much more likely to find reasonable employment, either in an accounting firm, law firm, or business.
Things might change by the time you're ready to go to law school, but right now finding a job is rather hard for most new law school grads. Do well in every phase of school, as the better your grades are, the better school you can get into. That will affect your employment prospects substantially. Also, don't waste your college education on a useless degree like political science or English. There is no pre-law degree, so choose something that is independently useful. I strongly suggest accounting or finance if you're leaning toward a business-oriented practice, but engineering is another great choice. Just try to take electives that help with critical thinking and writing.
Can An &Quot;Inexperienced&Quot; Lawyer Start A Law Firm By Himself?
My Brother Has An Undergraduate Degree In Accounting And Went To Law School And Of Course Passed The Bar. He Is Planning On Starting His Own Law Firm (It Will Be Specialized In &Quot;Debt Relief&Quot;, But General Practice As Well). Will He Have A Hard Time?
Yes, he'll have a hard time. First, he'll need to learn the material necessary to practice that type of law - and that's not something he learned in either law school or bar review.
Second, he'll need to bring in clients - and that can be an almost full time job on its own.
Third, he'll have to service those clients - something that's not easy for any lawyer practicing solo.
Finally, he should learn that in some states use of the word "specialized" is prohibited unless he actually has some form of certification as a specialist.
My Wife'S Lawyer Is Abusing The System. My Lawyer Won'T Do Anything About It. I Know There Is A Lot Of Paperwork, But It Seems For A 6 Month Marriage 3 Faxes A Day For Over A Year Is A Bit Much. Not To Mention The Excuses They Give To Bring My Lawyer And I Into Court At Least Once A Month On Stupid, Unrelated Motions. This Is Only An Effort To Rack Up My Lawyer Fees. I Talked To My Lawyer And His Response Is &Quot;I Don'T Want To Rock The Boat With The Judge&Quot;... But I'M Up To 12K. Getting A New Lawyer Is Out Of The Question As I Have Noooooo Money ( It'S All Going To Her, The House And Bils Right Now.) And He'S Working &Quot;Pro-Bono&Quot; If You Will Until After The Final Hearing... What Can I Do Or Say?
I just watched an in-law go through something like this.
It was just horrible. As I understand it, he ended up with 200$ a month left over to put a roof over his head and feed himself after he pays monthly debts and child support and has been draining his retirement fund to survive. It ain't workin' out so well for him. She has the house and child support.
The only thing that seems rational to me is to think up a good case to plead directly to your wife. She is losing money, too, since she probably being charged out the whazoo for legal services.
Sit down and do some numbers of what it is costing right now to do this with lawyers, and project some numbers of how ridiculous it could get in future at this rate. Is there a way you can convince your wife that you can decide on a divorce settlement where she will get MORE than she would if she proceeded with the lawyer? And hopefully, so you won't get any deeper in debt? I don't know if kids, or child support or claims to future earnings is part of the deal...if there is a way where she can see that NOT bankrupting you is in her future interest, like you agreeing to pay for something, anything, that might be of value to her? I imagine your relationship with her is pretty tense right now, but if you can be really, really genuine and slightly (but not sickeningly) pitiful, she might soften and go for a signed agreement from you.
And yes, 3 faxes a day for over a year does indeed sound like too much for a 6 month marriage. I can only think that you have a lot of assets still to be milked dry.
Geez, I wish there were a Better Lawyers Bureau, like there is a Better Business Bureau, where people could post their warnings against loser lawyers.
Car Accident Question!!! Tired Of Waiting For Lawyer?
Late July 06 I Was In A Car Accident With A Man And His Wife Who Ran A Red Light And Hit The Passenger Side Of My Car. He Hit The Whole Side Of My Car And Broke The Axle And Ruined Just The Whole Car Out Of Whack! I Had A Witness Who Stopped To Help He Was Going The Opposite Way Of Me So We Had The Same Green Light And Stayed With Me Until The Cops Came. He Did Get A Ticket For Running The Light. I Did Go To The Hospital And Went To Physical Therapy For My Back And I Got A Hold Of A Lawyer, They Said The Car Was Fully Insured But It Wasnt His Car And His Name Wasnt On The Insurance Coverage And Theres Really Nothign They Can Do!!! Is That Really Serious!!! This @#$$# Ruined My Car And He Doesnt Have To Pay For Nething????!! The Lawyer Takes Forever Getting Back At Me So What Should I Do?? Help Please! I Havent Driven That Car Cause Im Waiting For It To Get Fixed And The Passenger Door Cant Even Open Its Getting The Transmission Redone $650.00 Had The Right Wheel Axle Thingy$225!!!
The majority of P.I. lawyers don't get involved in the property damage aspect of claims b/c there's no money in it for them...they don't get the kickbacks from the shops like they do from the doctors.......
Whether the other guy has insurance or not isn't an excuse for not mitigating your damages. If you have insurance to cover your car then you better well get your car fixed...you're hurting no one but yourself.
As for the guys insurance....just b/c there's a valid insurance card in the vehicle doesn't make the insurance policy valid. Every insurance policy is different, and yes the insurance can deny coverage if someone other than the NAMED INSURED or LISTED DRIVER(S) is driving the vehicle...there are some policies out there that are that strict.
If your state is a state that allows the actions of the driver to be imputed to the registered owner of the car...you're gonna have to pursue the registered owner in civil court. If you're barred from pursuing the registered owner, you'll have to pursue the driver in civil court or their insurance company. The driver may have a valid policy that covers your accident, but you or your insurance company will have to find this out.