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Finding A Skilled Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your area that advertise they focus on your form of case. This will make the procedure of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be easy to define your quest to the correct one out of very little time. The initial step is to produce a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your area specializing in your needs. While you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those which you have an excellent vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find the number of years they are practicing and a few general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to those which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You need to then spend some time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Be sure to read the reviews rather than relying upon their overall rating. The data in the reviews gives you a solid idea of the way that they communicate with their clientele and the length of time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at the very least the very last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are searching for. This provides you with time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It is vital that you follow many of these steps to actually hire a company which has the right degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.

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Personal Injury Claim?
Help Me Out Here - We Went To Our Friends' House For A Party - I Walked In, Didn'T Notice A Step, Fell Down. We Left Right Away, Went To Er. Very Complicated Foot Injury - Many Fractures, Surgery Is Scheduled, Recovery Period Is A Half A Year Min. Can We File A Personal Injury Claim? What Are Our Chances And For How Much? Thank You In Advance.

The only coverage you will qualify for is Medical Payments coverage. Most homeowners policies provide this up to about 5000. It pays when someone (who is not a resident of your household) is injured on your property regardless of fault. It pays for medical bills only - not pain/suffering - not lost wages.

Most likely you will not qualify for a claim under the liability coverage. In order to have a valid claim under this coverage- the home owner has to have been negligent. Their negligence has to have been the cause of the accident. From what you describe, that is not the case here.

Just because you were on their property when you got hurt does not mean they owe all your medical bills/wages or pain and suffering. It does not mean you will get a big pay day. This is a very common and erroneous misconception. Even though you were on their property - in order to get paid for pain/suffering/all medical bills etc - the property owners negligence has to have been the cause of your injury.

Any time a claim is filed - there is the possibility of a rate increase. They would have to speak to their agent regarding that.

Types Of Lawyers?
I Am Only A Freshman In High School And I Was Just Wondering About My Future. I Would Like To Become A Lawyer/Attorney Or Maybe Even A Sports Agent. I Was Wondering What Type Of Education You Need (Years Of Undergrad., And Grad. School) And Also What You Need To Study. If Anyone Is A Lawyer, Can You Give Me Advice On Becoming A Lawyer And Also What The Job Is Like.

In order to become a lawyer you will need to graduate from high school, graduate from a college/university (4 years) and then graduate from an ABA acredited law school (3 years). Once you have done all that, you will need to take the Bar Examination which tests you on both state and federal law. A good place to begin research about law as a career is the Amercian Bar Association's web site at

I suggest that you get a good foundation in business skills in high school and college. The profession of law is also a business and if you decide to work for yourself you will need business skills. Because you will be doing a lot of reading in law school and as a lawyer you may want to take a course that helps you increase your reading time and retention. Every industry uses lawyers so you should concentrate on subjects you like. In Chicago one of the biggest firms that represent professional sports people is a law firm.

The job of being a lawyer is varied. You can work for a law firm or for a corporation as a lawyer. If you work for a big firm you may only be assigned to one part of a big case. If you work for a corporation you probably will be involved with hiring and firing.

The positives of being a lawyer is that you have flexibility to work in many different executive jobs in a company and can start your own firm. Some of the negative of being a lawyer is that you will be putting in long hours no matter where you work, clients will refuse to pay you because of the totally wrong perception that you have money, and you will be disrespected by the public who judge the profession by a few bad apples.

Good luck to you!

Who Is The Best Dui Attorney In Gilbert Az?
Who Is The Best? Meaning Has The Successful Track Record At The Gilbert Court? Need Your Help - So Folks, Who Is The Best And Why?

You can contact these attorney's and they will send you their past history.

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I Was Accused Of Wrongdoing On The Job W/Out Proof And Then Fired Need Attorney Referral In Chas. Sc?
On 5-30-06 Day Of My Promotion My Former Supervisor Said That I Made Negative Comments About The Company For The Past Several Years And That He Had Informants. I Told Him It Was Not True And He Continue To Accused Me In The Conference. I Ask Him To Bring His Informants Forward Or Either Show Me In Black And White To Sign Written Statement And He Said He Was Not Going To Do Such Thing. I Need Help With A Lawyer Referral Who Practice In The State Of South Carolina City Is Charleston.

I represent a fortune 500 company which puts people in touch with affordable legal representation. We can put you in touch with a top rated law firm in SC.
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How Many Different Levels Of Assault Charges Are There In General?
I'M Talking For A Person Above 18. Would Be Great If Someone Had Info Specifically For Ohio.

Simple Assault – Laws & Penalties

Assault, also referred to as simple assault, is considered a misdemeanor in most circumstances. Assault can be committed by:

Knowingly causing or attempting to cause physical harm to another or to another’s unborn.
Recklessly causing serious physical harm to another or to another’s unborn.

Does this mean I can be charged with assault for something that happened on accident?

Yes. If you acted recklessly and it led to serious physical harm of someone then you can be charged and potentially found guilty of this offense. For instance, if you are drinking and at a party when you decide to juggle knives, your actions could be considered reckless, particularly if you do not know how to juggle. If your juggling leads to the injury of someone, even unintentional, you can be charged with assault.

In most cases assault is considered a first degree misdemeanor and is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and fines up to $1,000.

Ref: ORC 2903.13
Negligent Assault – Laws & Penalties

Negligent assault is one that is committed without intent. To be negligent means that through your neglect, harm was done. For instance, if you are a professional knife juggler and decide to juggle knives but neglect to take time to move back from your audience knowing the risk exists for a knife to go awry you are being negligent. If the juggling act ends in harm to someone, you could be charged with negligent assault.

According to the law, negligent assault occurs when physical harm is caused through the negligent use of a deadly weapon. A common example of negligent assault is hunting accidents.

Negligent assault is considered a 3rd degree misdemeanor and is punishable by jail time up to 60 days and fines up to $500.

Ref: ORC 2903.14
Ohio Felony Assault – Laws & Penalties

Typically a second degree felony, felonious assault can be committed in a few different ways. If there is probable cause (or a good reason to believe) that you committed any of the following, you may be charged with this offense:

Cause serious harm to someone or an unborn child, or
Cause or attempt to cause harm through the use of a deadly weapon.

A second degree felony typically carries a potential sentence of 2-8 years in prison and fines up to $20,000. A very serious penalty for what the courts consider a very serious crime.

Ref: ORC 2903.11
Aggravated Assault – Laws & Penalties

Slightly less severe than felonious assault, aggravated assault is very similarly written in Ohio Laws. The difference between a felonious assault and an aggravated assault is the manner in which they are committed.

Aggravated assault is when you:

Cause serious harm to someone or an unborn child, or
Cause or attempt to cause harm through the use of a deadly weapon

And does this while in “under the influence of sudden passion or in a sudden fit of rage”.

The court recognizes that when in an extreme rage or while feeling high levels of passion, a person may not act rationally. For this reason, when an assault is committed in this heightened state, it is punished less severely.

Under Ohio law, aggravated assault is a 4th degree felony and is punishable by a prison term of 18 months to 6 years and fines of up to $5,000. }{

Legal Help In Wisconsin?
Are There Any Free Or Low Cost Legal Services To Assist A Young Mother With 2 Children, Who Is Not Getting Regular Child Support From Ex, Yet He Seems To Legally Be Able To Control Her Life? He Even Keeps Her From Moving To A Place Where She Can Have A Better Job To Support The Children He'S Not Supporting? She Needs An Attorney Or Legal Assistance Because The Mediator Is Leaning Toward The Former Husband On All Issues

Do you have a child support order? If so, simply call your county court house and speak to some one in the Child Support division. They will take care of it for you. If there is an order, they will send him 3 notices of default, if he does not clear it up, he will get arrested and not released until he pays you, IN FULL. Do you know that in Wisconsin you also get interest on back child support owed? I forgot what the percentage is but it was higher than my bank was paying.

If you do not have a child support order, you can get one without a lawyer. (I did) You go to your county courthouse, to the clerks office and tell them you what you need. They can not give you legal advice but they can tell give you the proper forms and tell you how many copies you need and who they go to.

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