Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will see that there are loads of lawyers in your town that advertise they focus on your form of case. This may make the whole process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the tips below it is possible to narrow down your quest off to the right one in almost no time. The initial step is to produce a listing of the lawyers which can be listed in the area specializing in your circumstances. While you are which makes this list you should only include those that you may have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by taking a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and a few general information about their success rates. At this stage your list must have shrunken further to people that you felt had professional websites and an appropriate volume of experience. You should then make time to check out independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure to see the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The details in the reviews gives you a concept of the direction they connect with their clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, you should talk with at least the past three lawyers which may have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with enough time to genuinely evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It can be imperative that you follow every one of these steps to actually find a person which has the best measure of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.
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Pre-Paid Legal Services??
Has Any One Heard On This Business? I Have More Information On This Business Opportunity That You Can Join In Any State That You Are In Or Just Apply For The Service. Www.Leonamerica.Com
Yes, I think I heard of it before but if you are open to another business opportunity, I can also give you information. We have one of the best compensation plan, residual income derived from a movie with a second one coming out soon, plus 7 cafes presently open with more opening soon. We are the only home-based business with these type of residual income and the sky is the limit to what you can make. My email is email@example.com is you are seriously interested. If you reply, please identify yourself with the pre-paid legal services so I know who you are. Thank you.
Girlfriend Left Me Legal Question?
Ok, We Were Together 6 Months. She Lived With Me For A Couple Months, Then She Left Me And Only Took Some Of Her Clothes With Her. I Have Made Several Attempts To Contact Her And Set Arrangements To Have Her Pick Up Her Stuff, But She Hasn'T Made Any Attempt To Get Any Of It. She Has Been Gone For 2 And A Half Months, And I No Longer Have Any Desire To Have Any Of Her Stuff Around My Apartment. What Legal Rights Do I Have In This Situation? Can I Throw All Her Stuff In The Dumpster Legally?
This IS IN FACT a legal question. Do NOT under any circumstances throw her stuff away or donate it! She could come back and take you to small claims court and (if shes vindictive) claim that she had more stuff than she really did and win the case. Most state laws say that a landlord or roommate must indefinitely hold the items of the tenant. You do have the right to charge storage fees in some states. If you don't want the stuff in your apartment, maybe there is someplace you can store it at temporarilly while you try to find/contact her about the stuff. If you find her and she says she doesn't want it... get it in WRITING then you can dispose of the stuff how you wish. Good luck!
You need to hold her stuff until you can obtain proof you've let her know she has 30 days to obtain her items. After that 30 days (this is generally in most states, your state law could be different) then you can dispose of them. If after one month you cannot locate her, contact your local sheriff's non-emergency number, explain to them the situation and they can tell you what to do. I believe after a state-law determined amount of time, the sheriff will come out and remove the property from the premises. This would be advisable as she could not go back one year later and sue you for the cost of the items since there would be a police report made as to the lawful removal.
Lawyers In Orlando!!!!!!!?
I Need To Know A Web Site That I Can Find A Lawyers Success Ratings, And All Kinds Of Other Info On The Lawyer..Its Orlando Bar Something I Cant Figure It Out! Help Me Please
you could go on google, type in orlando or florida lawyers association and it should give you the list of attorneys and their success rate.
good luck with this.
Where Can I Look To Find A Lawyer For Divorce Advise....?
For Free...At Least Advise..I Know It Cost Alot Of Money To Get A Divorce But Im A Full Time Student And Mom Of 5 Year Old And 7 Month Old..I Just Recently Split Up With My Husband And He Said He Would Make Sure Things Were Alright, But I Just Dont Trust Him And Need To Protect Myself...But How....
In your state and city call the attorney's bar association and they have a list of attorneys that volunteer or do prono bono (free legal respresentation). Most attorneys do give free consolations over the phone and in person. You will need your attorney to advise on divorce as well as family law for joint or one parent as the custodian parent. God Bless You.
Why Don't Lawyers Work Out Of Their Homes?
Sounds Great To Me. You Get To Stay With Your Family And Pets, And Take Phone Calls In Your Play Clothes. And Days You Have To Go To Court, You Just Go To Court.
Many lawyers work at home, including me. I am a virtual tenant in an executive suite of offices. The receptionist answers my office telephone and forwards calls to me at my private home phone. I have a complete, comfortable home office. I schedule appointments with clients in the executive suite and pay for conference room time as I use it. My mail and packages are delivered to the suite address. Unless I tell them, my clients have no idea that I am not in the office all day.
As for a secretary, I used to have one, but spent more time dictating and reviewing than if I just did everything myself on the computer. But when I need extra help, I can hire it from the operators of my executive suite, which has a color copy machine, fax machines and any other support I might need.
Where Would Be A Source Of Legal Advice For Someone Who's Dr. Removed An Ovary And Shouldn't Have?
I Had Surgery Last Year That Removed An Ovary That My Dr. Said Was Causing My Pain. Turns Out Yesterday, My New Dr. Diagnosed Me With Adenomyosis And My Ovary Should Not Have Been Removed, But My Uterus Has To Go. Now I Am Short An Ovary And Very Angery. More Info...I Did Have A Second Opinion Before The Ovaryectomy, "Unknown Source Of Pain", But My Concern Is That The 2Nd Dr. Was In The Same Medical Group. Do Dr.S Typically Back Each Other Up Even If They Are Wrong?
There are any number of attorneys who specialize in medical malpractice issues. You would have to show that the first doctor could have or should have known that the diagnosis was incorrect; this can be tricky, because an incorrect diagnosis - *IF* made in good faith and consistent with the information available at the time - is not malpractice. Which is not to say you couldn't sway a jury anyway; but do you really want to be part of a process which creates mistrust, raises costs for everyone, and benefits only the attorneys?
Assuming the facts support a conclusion of actual malpractice, I'd recommend asking for direct reimbursement of all medical costs to you (and/or your insurer) - do not let your attorney get his paws on that. For punitive damages - which is where your attorney will make his money - start by asking for roughly $1million. Expect the defense to bargain down to about $100-200K before they offer to settle. And if you want to draw media attention, offer to waive some or all of the punitive damages if the doctor will agree to have the corresponding testicle removed. (It won't happen, but at least some people will get a chuckle and you can highlight the problem of unnecessary surgery.)