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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will see that there are numerous lawyers in your area that advertise which they focus on your form of case. This will make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it is possible to restrict your research to the correct one in very little time. The initial step is to make a list of the lawyers which are listed in your neighborhood focusing on your needs. When you are causeing this to be list you need to only include those which you have an excellent vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their website. There you should be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and some general details about their success rates. At this stage your list must have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate volume of experience. You should then take the time to lookup independent reviews of every attorney. Make sure to see the reviews rather than just depending on their overall rating. The details in the reviews will provide you with a solid idea of the way they connect with the clientele and the length of time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you should talk with a minimum of the very last three lawyers which have the credentials you would like. This will give you enough time to truly evaluate how interested they may be in representing you and your case. It really is imperative that you follow most of these steps to actually hire a company which includes the correct measure of experience to get you the best possible outcome.

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Civil Litigation Help Needed?
In June Of 2008 I Received A Letter Which Was Forwarded From My Home Which I Sold In May Of 2008. The Letter Was From An Attorney And Stated That Someone Fell On My Property And To Contact My Insurance. I Thought It Was A Scam But Still Faxed It Over To My Insurance. I Never Heard Anything Else In 2 Years. So It Is 2010 Of November, I Am Now Living In An Apartment And Have Been Since 2008 And I Received A Letter From The Philadelphia, Pa. Gas Company And Water Company And The City Of Phila., Pa Stating That We Are All Defendants In The Case Of A Slip And Fall. Also, My Neighbor Was Named As A Defendant As Well. Ok, So There'S 5-6 Of Us Being Sued By One Person. I Had Never Been Served With Official Papers, Only That Letter From 2 Years Ago. I Have Gotten Advice From 3 Lawyers. One Told Me To Contact My Former Insurance And Find Out What Happened, So I Did. Unfortunately, I Found Out That The Insurance I Carried On The House Does Not Cover Liabilities. So, I Talked To Lawyer #2 He Asks Me To Go Out To Dinner And Talk About It And Asked If I Was Married And All Kinds Of Irrelevant Stuff. So, I Quickly Drop Him And Got To Lawyer #3. I Tell Him Everything And He'S Seems To Be Fine. I Asked What Is The Worst Case Scenario, Can They Garnish My Wages, Or Levy My Bank Account If This Person Is Actually Telling The Truth And Wins, He Skips Around And Doesn'T Answer The Question And Just Says &Quot;You Don'T Want Them To File A Judgment On You.&Quot; So, I Found Out That My State Pennsylvania Doesn'T Not Allow Civil Judgments To Garnish Your Wages, I Have The Exact Legal Number And Paragraph And Blah, Blah That States This So I Felt Better. So, My Question Is Still... &Quot;Can They Levy My Bank Accounts?&Quot; I Can'T Get An Answer And Am So Frustrated. Btw This Woman Claims To Have Fallen On My Property As Well As The House Next To Where I Used To Live. Don'T Know How In The World That Could Happen. Anyway, If Anyone Knows Anything About Civil Litigation That Would Be Great. Lawyer #3, Would Not Give Me A Direct Answer And That Bothers Me. I Just Want To Know If In Fact This Lying Lady Wins, Can They Levy My Bank Accounts. Remind You I Have Still Never Been Served By Her Lawyer. My New Apartment Complex Accepted A Letter And Signed For Me But Lawyer #1 Said That Still Doesn'T Mean I Have Been Served. Is He Correct? I Was Going To Try To Use Defective Service With The Judge To Get Myself Off Of This Nonsense Case. It Has Been Two Years And Had I Been Served I Could Have Been Building My Case By Now. However, They Want To Go Into Arbitration In One Month And I Just Got Notice Of It 2 Years After The Fact. Also, Was Going To Try The Statute Of Limitations. Can I Say This? Right Not I Can'T Seem To Get One Straight Answer Out Of The 3 Lawyers So Far. Please Help. They Cannot Garnish My Wages In Pennsylvania, I Know This To Be True. Can They Levy My Back Account? Should I Use A Lawyer For The Arbitration? Should I Use The Defective Service As A Defense? Should I Just Send A Letter And Not Go To The Arbitration? If She Wins, I Know A Judgment Can Mess Up My Credit, But At This Point I Really Don’T Have The Money For A Lawyer. So Should I Go Pro Se?

You didn't give enough details to make a final judgement call, so I will address some points you may wish to persue.

First, Did you own the home at the exact time and date of the alleged slip and fall?

Was the alleged victim a resident, occupant, visitor, guest or otherwise invited onto the property or was she a tresspasser?

What are the exact date and times of BOTH alleged slip and fall incidents and the exact distance from each other on the two different properties?

Were there any witnesses to the alleged slip and fall incidents in either or both of the incidents?

Was the witness for each the SAME witness?

What is the reason that the plaintiff took so long to send notices?

Do you know the timeframe required by law for the delivery of such notices and did the plaintiff comply? If Not, check the LAW!

In each of the above instances, you have to consider all possibilities and investigate each point.

With any governmental or Law Enforcement organization or agency, the first thing you must do is establish the true identity of the agent, get their information just like a cop would take yours!

You must also establish if the agency they represent allows them to use alternative identies or fake IDs? You must ask and they must disclose!

No matter what you are told, no matter what they put in writing, you have the right to know what LAW they are claiming to act under! They MUST disclose it!

You have a right to representation! Get a Lawyer! Demand they provide you with legal counsel if you are being charged with any crime!

Never tell them anything... Don't answer any questions until you consult an attorney! You should write down ALL of their question and tell them your attorney will answer their questions as soon as you have consulted with him or her.

Do So!

VERIFY!

Everything they tell you... CHECK IT OUT!

Go online, to the library, to an attorneys office and ask to use the library for research!

Get informed!

As for freezing assets, accessing your checking or savings account, taking money out of your accounts for any reason, they need a court order! Ask to see it, and tell the bank that if they can't produce it, you want your account reverted to it's previous status and balance or you will be seeing your attorney in the morning!

If they don't produce one, See an attorney in the morning and persue it!

You MAY have issues with services of process with your new appartment complex being authorized to accept legal process in your 'stead'... did you previously, in your lease, or verbally authorize the appartment complex to accept process for you? If NOT, then THEY may have violates the law... I do not know your location so I cannot assess that issue for now... however, there is such a thing as 'Chain of Custody' that may have some effect on the issue.

Check the administrative laws of your local court for applicability.

ALWAYS! Check, Verify, Authenticate!

ASK QUESTIONS... and demand answers! Always tell them to show you the LAW!

At The End Of A Successful Birth Injury Case, Who Receives The Money, The Parents Or The Injured Child?

The claim will be settled by the court directly to the doctors by whom the child has been treated for the birth injury. If the parents claims money for the emotional sufferings they have gone across during those painful days, that claim will be settled to the parents. You can get free information on this here.

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What Do International Law Lawyers Do On A Day-To-Day Basis?
Just Wondering What Life Is Like For Internation Lawyers. Do You Go To Trial? Do You Read A Lot Of Contracts? Do You Get To Travel?

All of the above.

An international law lawyer has to find a way to work within different legal systems -- including doing research, sometimes reading or drafting contracts (but s/he has to be sure to meet the requirements of all countries involved).

Travel is definitely part of the job. . . and depending upon who you're representing (and in what type of an issue) trial could be a common part of the job, too.

An attorney who specializes in international adoption may well accompany his/her clients abroad to prepare papers for the courts there, and to represent clients . . . or may travel abroad to represent a client who wants to migrate to a new country. . . .

The field of international law is volatile and variable -- it encompasses so many aspects of law . . . they're just somewhere else.

Need Legal Advice Concerning Harassment?
My Girlfriends' Ex Boyfriend Is Harassing Her Through Text Messages And Phone Calls. He'S Calling Her Every Name Under The Sun At All Hours Of The Day, Has On More Than One Occasion Threatened To Kill Her Along With Himself, Has Threatened To Kill Me (Sadly These Occurred Over The Phone So There Is No Real Proof) This Guy Is An Ex-Alcoholic And An Ex-Drug Addict, He'S Been Involuntarily Admitted To A Mental Ward At Least Once And He Has A History Of Assault. Just Last Week He Called Her Up After He Od'D On Sleeping Pills And Continued To Harass Her. She Has Blocked Him On Fb, Blocked His Phone Numbers And He Still Manages To Harass Us Using Other Peoples Phones And Fb Accounts. I'M Not So Much Concerned About The Harassment; It'S An Annoyance But Can Be Managed By Not Reading The Texts Or Answering The Phone. However Given His Past And Things He'S Said I Worry About Her Safety As Well As Her Daughters. I See Him As A Ticking Time Bomb And I Don'T Want Him Going Off Anywhere Near Us. What Kind Of Legal Action Can We Take Besides A Simple Restraining Order? I'D Like To Legally Deal With The Harassment Issue As Well If Possible. Do We Have Any Options There? Neither Of Us Has Ever Had To Deal With This Before So We Don'T Even Know Where To Start. We Don'T Have A Lot Of Money Either So We Can'T Exactly Hire A Lawyer. Thanks!

If you feel that her or your safety is in danger, call the police. If he comes to your home and refuses to leave when asked, again, call the police. Trying to obtain a restraining order against this individual without the assistance of an attorney is not a good idea, as the procedures for doing so can be quite complicated. If you cannot afford to hire an attorney, try googling "legal aid" + your state or looking up your state bar association. Organizations do exist that specialize in providing legal services to those who otherwise cannot afford them, and some even specialize in assisting women seeking protection from stalkers/abusers.

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Ex Husband Has Spent All His Money And Now Can'T Pay His Share Of College Tuition. Can He Do This?
Divorce Decree States He Must Pay 50%.

If the divorce decree requires him to pay and he does not, he can be held in contempt of Court and subject to punishment, up to and including jail time. Whether this will do you any good is a different issue, as just putting him in jail does not pay the tuition. However, I have seen a lot of deadbeats find money they claimed they did not have when it was the only way to avoid sitting in jail. See a lawyer soon.