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Many people do not think about acquiring a legal professional until finally they are in desperate need. The legal problem could possibly be personal, like family law, for a separation or if you are hunting for a bankrupcy or trust lawyer. It may be a criminal condition you will need to be defended on. Firms need to have legal representatives as well, no matter whether they are being sued for discrimination, sexual harassment, or maybe unjustified business strategies. Tax attorneys are also very helpful when coping with government difficulties. Just like doctors, lawyers have areas. A huge, full service law firm has many attorneys with distinct areas of experience, so based on your own legal issue, you can instantly hold on to the best law firm to meet your ongoing need without having to start your search each time you need legal support.It is best to obtain a legal representative you can trust. You want one with a decent track record, who isfrank, effective, and wins cases. You need to have assurance that they will defend you accurately and invoice you reasonably for their products and services. From time to time a recommendation from a good friend or business affiliate can be valuable, nevertheless you should hold your options open and examine all the firms accessible, because when you want legal support, you need it immediately and you would like the finest you can pay for. Thank you for searching for a law firm with us. Your time is important, and Action Pages, at, is delighted to produce specific search parameters to match your requirements. We continually strive to concentrate on the most popular phrases so you can instantly find whatever you are searching for.

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I Am Looking For An Attorney To Sue A Health Insurance Company On A Contingency Basis?
My Health Insurance Company Haa Falsely Deemed A Procedure That I'Ve Had 2 Years Ago A Pre-Existing Conidtion. My Medical Provider Is Now Suing Me And They Won'T Pay. I Am Unemployed And Cannot Afford An Attorney On An Hourly Basis. Is There Is Anyone Out There Who Will Take My Case On A Contigency Basis?

OK, let me just tell you right off the bat - if you can't find an attorney to take your case on a contingency basis, it's because either you have a VERY weak case, OR, your case isn't worth enough money for his 40% to make it worth his while.

And a few other things . . .regardless of insurance, you are ALWAYS responsible to your medical provider, for services you contracted, whether the insurance pays or not. Your provider is going to win this lawsuit. They'll garnish your wages, if you ever get a job again, and attach your assets, until the debt plus court costs plus interest is paid off, or until you file bankruptcy.

Without having any details on the condition or the preexistance, I'd just like to point out, that many people are under the mistaken impression that "preEXISTING" and "preDIAGNOSED" are the same thing. They aren't. If your condition existed - whether or not it was diagnosed officially - before you purchased the insurance, it IS preexisting.

The way to AVOID preexisting condition problems, is to NOT go without health insurance. If you have had health insurance for 10 years before buying this policy, it wouldn't have been a problem. But, many, many people WAIT until AFTER they have symptoms to buy the insurance, and lie about not having symptoms, and try to pretend that it's not preexisting. Then, when they get caught (because the doctor says the condition took at least six months to develop, or whatever), and the insurance company denies the claim, they get all bent.

About What Does An Attorney Charge?
Estimate On What An Attorney Would Charge To File Like Motions, Continuances And Objections To Motions For Court? Does An Attorney Normally Charge Per Item Filed In Your Case? About How Much Does An Attorney Charge To Do This?

Fees vary pretty widely. Lawyers should be very up front about their fee structure before beginning to represent you.

Typically, there are a few kinds of fee structures, Hourly fees, Hourly fees with retainers, Contingency fees, and Flat fees.

Hourly fees can run between around $125-300 depending on the experience level of the lawyer or the firm he or she works for.

Retainers are large advance sums paid to a lawyer to guarantee his availability. When work is needed hourly fees are deducted from the retainer. Typical retainers are about $3000.

Contingency fees are payments from whatever a lawyer is able to recover for you in a lawsuit. Typical amounts are between 20-30%.

Flat fees are per item fees, and can vary depending on experience level and complexity of the project.

Sometimes lawyers will charge more for specialized work, such as actually conducting a trial (i.e., 20% contingency fee in settlement, 30% in jury verdict). Also keep in mind expenses such as attorney travel will also be added to your fees.

You can find local attorney listings by contacting your county or state bar association, which should have a website and hotline as well as looking at organizations like findlaw.

I Am Looking For A Search Engine That Allows Me To Screen For Law Firms Based On Their Size And Practice.?
Does Anyone Know How To Screen For Law Firms Based On Their Size And Practice Area? I Want To Offer Free Lance Services To These Firms And Wanted To Pre Screen So That I Can Target Them Better.

I am unaware of a popularly available search engine like this. There are marketing firms that have this kind of information but you have to pay for it. If you want to be a freelancer, you might just have to do the grunt work and create a spreadsheet yourself.

Where Can Software Developer/Web Service Creators Find Experienced Legal Assistance With Documents?
If A Software Developer (Or Web Service Firm) Creates A Product Or Online Service (Such As An Application, Or A Service Like Youtube Or Myspace), Lawyers Need To Write All Of The Terms Of Use And Conditions Legal Documents, As Well As Assist In Future Partnerships With Other Companies. Is Anyone Out There Either A Lawyer Who Has Experience In This Field Or Has Developed Web Applications Or Personal Computer Software That Can Reference A Firm Or A Place To Find One?

I work for a software company that specializes in software for law firms. I know many different lawyers that could help. However, I only know ones that use (or have thought of using) our software, so there may be better ones out there.

I would suggest looking for an "intellectual property" lawyer in your community. You can find on by looking at or If you look at martindale, look for one with an AV rating - that means that they have been rated by their peers as a top attorney, and have more than 10 years of experience.

What Would You Look For In An Attorney?
If You Needed An Attorney, Why And What Would Make You Hire A Specific Attorney?

there are endless reasons to need an attorney and types of attorneys. but a clean cut, well dressed person is definitely a plus, someone who comes with energy and determination, who knows what they're talking about, and makes you feel like you're going to get the best deal possible. someone who doesn't beat around the bush, who's straight forward, but optimistic. and of course it always helps if that particular lawyer is not only familiar with the courts employees but also on good terms with them.

Do I Have What It Takes To Become A Good Lawyer?
I Am 13, And I Wanted To Become A Lawyer Ever Since I Was Born, I Am Good In Every Subject Except Maths. Please Help!

be a good person and work hard in short

but to be a successful lawyer on other levels you need a # of things preferably

1) to be a lawyer you need 2 degree's you need to graduate from a university with a bachelors degree in any subject you choose and than you need to apply to law school get into law school and graduate from law school.

2) you need to get into law school pass LSAT graduate law school from preferably a top law school better ranked the better with a good GPA and than you need to decide which state you want to work and practice law in. Than you need to take that state's BAR exam which is like a 2 day exam that test's your knowledge of law and if you pass it you get to become a practicing lawyer that can earn money. You can only be a lawyer that earns money if you have a degree and pass the BAR you can be a lawyer but its illegal to practice or sell your services for profit if you are not approved.

3) you need to be ideally intelligent, have interest in law, know a lot about law, know all the basics and know about your area of law you decide to get into. Also being articulate and a great debater helps, also good at reading people and bluffing when needed. You need to be good at reading and a good speaker in the case of being a trial lawyer or going to trial. Although most lawyers do not go to trial very often. Majority of a lawyer's work is done in there office it varies even more depending on the field of law you choose. You can choose any field of law after you become a lawyer and have your degree and pass the BAR. You got being a tax attorney to being a merger and acquisitions attorney. (attorney) = lawyer btw if you did not know

so basically here is what you should ideally do!

*best grades and gpa you can have in high school
*have fun but good grades in high school- kid needs to have good experiences in their life
*apply to a good university, or you can start from community college/junior college than transfer to a university plenty of people do that. But you need to eventually get your degree from a university.
*Graduate ideally from a good university with a good degree that is useful
*Graduate ideally with a good gpa 3.5+ is very good, but really good is like 3.7+ and amazing is like 3.9-4.0...
*apply to a good law school the higher ranked the better, law school is hard to get into and the better your gpa from college the better.
*have a high LSAT score when you take the LSAT which is the test you take in part of applying to a set school.
*have a preferred field of law you wish to practice in
*Graduate from law school
*Take the Bar Exam pass! than start your own firm or join a firm small or big work your way up and all that.
*be articulate, a good reader, good listener, good arguer, intelligent, smart, quick to think of things, be able to solve problems and handle stress and pressure and know about your field of law know all about it and much more.