Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise which they are experts in your kind of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the following it is possible to limit your research to the right one out of almost no time. The first task is to produce a listing of the lawyers which are listed in your town focusing on your situation. When you are which makes this list you ought to only include those that you may have an effective vibe about depending on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their site. There you will be able to find how many years they are practicing and some general information regarding their success rates. At this point your list must have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites plus an appropriate level of experience. You should then spend some time to check out independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you browse the reviews rather than relying upon their overall rating. The info from the reviews provides you with a solid idea of how they interact with their clients and how much time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to meet up with at the very least the last three lawyers which have the credentials you are interested in. This provides you with some time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing your case. It can be imperative that you follow all of these steps to actually hire a company which has the correct level of experience to help you get the very best outcome.
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Whiplash, Personal Injury Settlement Amount?
I Was In An Automobile Accident In March 06, I Was Rear-Ended Taking A Left Hand Turn And The Insurance Company Admitted Liability Imediately. My Car Was Totaled And Was In The Er For Exrays, Ct Scan And Mri'S. And They Were Talking About A Settlement For Physical Therapy Right Away So I Hired And Attorney. My Injury Mostly Has Been Whiplash, I Also Have Cervical Vertigo And Am Still Being Treated Almost A Year Later. I Have Been To Pt And Vestibular Rehabilitation Ostepathic Manipulation As Well. I Have Been Dizzy For Almost A Year As Well As Anxiety And Have Been Following All Of My Doctors Recomendations. I Am Not Trying To Make Quick Cash But I Do Want To Know Some Sorty Of Figure To Ease The Anxiety. My Bills Are Around 10K And Was Out Of Work For 2 Weeks Right After The Accident. Does Any One Have A Figure For A Sincere Personal Injury Amount And Pain And Suffering? I Haven'T Gotten An Amount From My Attorney As Of Yet. Thanks For Your Help!
Since you are still treating and still having problems a year later you will end up with more than someone who only treated for 3 or 4 months (like myself). My settlement was $10,000 and ALL of my medical bills were paid in addition to that. In addition to going to Physical Therapy you may want to consider going to a Chiropractor and getting adjusted, especially if you are dizzy. Make sure you tell him this is due from an Auto Accident and then they will be included in the lawsuit and you won't have to pay for him every time you go. They will bill the insurance company and almost always wait til the suit settles to get theyr payments. Your attorney probably has not put an amount on this because he is trying to determine (along with your doc's) if this is going to be a long-term problem that you will be dealing with. The longer you have your problems, the more money he will be able to get for you. Also, you will be reimbursed for the 2 weeks you missed of work. If you are taking any medications that are not covered, make sure you keep a receipt for them (or get the pharmacy to give you a print out of the payments you made for them) because you can be reimbursed for that also. My attorney told me to get a black & white marble composition book and write down EVERY DAY how I was feeling, any problems I had (like not being able to lift a hamper to bring it to the laundry), any dizzy spells, any days I lost work..etc., etc., and keep a running diary of ever day things. Sometimes things happen and unless you have them written down you won't remember them, especially if you end up going to court becuase the other guys insurance doesn't want to settle. Good luck and I hope your dizzy spells go away. My husband has them (from years of Vertigo) so we know what you are going through.
Question For A Civil Attorney About Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
Who Has The Right To Bring An Unlawful Death Suit Against Someone? Does One Have To Be A Family Member, Or Can You Be A Friend Of The Person Who Died? Also, In Order To Bring An Unlawful Death Suit Do You Have To Show How The Death Of That Person Effected You, And/Or The History Of How You Believe That Somehow There Should Be Justice Due To You Regarding The Death Of That Person?
For Example: If Your Young Nephew (20) Dies And You Believe There Was Foul Play Or Negligence On The Part Of The Immediate Family, Could An Uncle Bring An Unlawful Death Suit Against The Mother, Stepfather And Stepbrother? What If The Uncle Had Financially Provided For The Upbringing Of The Nephew Most Of His Life?
It really varies from state to state.
In California, for example, a wrongful death suit would need to be brought by the decedent's personal representative (i.e. the estate executor), or the decedent's surviving spouse, domestic partner, children, children's children if the children are deceased, and persons who can claim through intestate succession.
So, a mere "friend" would not have standing to bring a wrongful death suit, at least not in most states.
And yes, a plaintiff must allege "damages." But usually that is very easy to do, since claims of "loss of consortium" and "loss of emotional support," etc., are acceptable.
How Much Would A Family Court Lawyer Charge For A Child Visitation Case?
My Wife And I Live In New York One Of The Few Idiotic States With A Provision For Grandparents Rights. My Mother Wants Visitation Rights With Our 11 Month Old Son We Don'T Want Her Anywhere Near Him. She'S Taking Us To Court.
Anywhere from $100 to $100,000. Perhaps a call to a lawyer is in store as they can give you a better idea based on the complexity of your case.
Need Legal Advice/Help And Thoughts..?
Ok So Hypothetically, Say I Had A Fight With A Girl And I Did A Stupid Thing And Gave Her Phone Number To Guys On A Website. I Never Listed Her Address Or Last Name, And The Number Was Only Available To People Who Messaged.
Long Story Short I Am Now Facing A Misdemeanor Charge On Counts Of Stalking, Harrassment, And Identity Theft (What The Hell...) And I Have A Prior So I Am Facing A Max Of 15 Yrs In Jail. I Want To Erase This Whole Thing So I Have No Record And No Jail Time Or Anything, But I Have No Clue Of What To Do. I Do Not Want To Have A Record Because I Am Just Graduating From College And I Am Scared That It Will Prohibit Me From Any Sort Of Future.
So- What Do I Do To Erase This?
And- If I Am Put On Probabtion And This Goes On My Record As A Misdemeanor, Will This Stop Me From Ever Getting A Good Job??? I Am Scared This Stupid **** Will Ruin My Life.
Erase it? You already did it. You've admitted to it. You have a problem and you need to get some help, now, not when the court forces you to.
Ask your attorney (you need one) what's the best way to mitigate this and reduce the charge/sentence.
It will make it difficult to get a job if you get convicted of stalking, harassment or ID theft. You won't be trusted with money and they will think you have mental problems. See if you can plead to something less scary.
As far as what sentence you get and the ultimate charge - it depends a lot on what the prior is for and what you've done to change, where you are in life (college, regular job, etc.) and what you are doing to work on your issues. Ask your attorney for advise on how to make it better and then bust your butt to do it. Few charged people do anything to help themselves. This is your chance to minimize what happens.
Legal Advice And Answers For A Waiter?
1) it is LEGAL to require tip pooling in GA.
2) the minimum wage in GA is just $5.15 an hour unless the business is busy enough to be covered by federal law (over $500,000.00 a year in gross sales) in which case the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour... it is legal for the employer to pay you as little as $2.13 an hour as long as your tips take you above minimum wage for the week.
3) paying in cash is LEGAL as long as it is properly documented and the appropriate taxes are withheld
4) i am NOT say that this employer is not stealing from you, and that this employer is following the law but there is nothing you have stated here that is in and of itself illegal. i imagine that this employer is taking advantage of you but i can NOT say that definitively based on the details here.
5) you sent me an email through Y!A but i can not answer you....
if you want to send me another email with your email address i will be happy to answer questions for you to the best of my ability
Need Legal Advice On Divorce?
Divorced Then Got Back Together For 12 Years.She Left.Can I Get A Quick Claim Deed Done.She Said She Dont Want Nothing.Just 10,000 For Equity On Home.Doest Want Child Support For One Kid.She Has Her Bills I Got Mine
Make sure that you have everything that she wants drawn up legally. Depending on the state that you are in,once the papers are drawn up and no one contests the divorce, the judge will pass judgement on it and grant it. Some states will make you wait a year and if you have a child you have to go to a parenting class. Some you can get the divorce finalized (uncontested) in 14 days.
You will need to talk to your lawyer to find out.