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Why Do Those Truth Commercial'S Come On?
The Tabaco Commercial Why Do They Show Them. People Know What They Do To You So Why Bother? They Dont Do That To Drinking

Tobacco companies are required to fund adds like that to avoid gigantic law suits reminiscent of the ones they lost in the 1980s. It's a way of protecting their butts from any future litigation. The truth ads are annoying because we all know what smoking does to you and many of us do it regardless of what they have to say.

How Much Do Lawyers Get Paid Each Week?
On Average, How Much Would A Criminal Lawyer Get Paid Weekly? Thanks For Your Help!

Criminal lawyers? That varies as do all areas of the legal profession. Deputy DA's usually start out at around $40 to 50k per year and go up to around $110k if they become the DA. Public Defenders can make around the same. Private defense attorneys are a different story. The sky is the limit for them depending on how good they are and how hard they work. Generally I would assume they make an average of 60 to 80k a year on average with a few years of experience.

It also varies geographically too. If you live in NY city you are going to make a lot more than someone from Po dunk Tennessee.

Oh, I guess you would need to divide those figures by 52 and take out taxes to know how much they make a week though. They usually get paid monthly and not weekly.

Which Is True In A Product Liability Case?
A) The Plaintiff Must Prove The Existence Of A Duty B) The Plaintiff Must Have Purchased The Product From The Defendant C) The Plaintiff Must Prove Her Case With A Preponderance Of The Evidence D) The Plaintiff Will Lose If She Cannot Prove Proximate Causation

If anything the plaintiff must prove breach, not duty, so I'm ruling out "A"

Products liability tends to follow along the lines of strict liability, so the defendant need not be the original purchaser (ruling out "B")

Unlike criminal cases that require proof beyond a reasonable doubt, torts and negligence tends to follow a preponderance of the evidence standard (but is this a "must prove" element? possibly not)

Proximate cause is legal cause and includes type of risk, manner of injury, and extent of injury. Manner and extent follow the directness test while type of risk uses the foreseeability test. If the type of harm occurred is different from the type of harm risked, such that the type of harm that occurs was not reasonably foreseeable, the defendant will generally be found not liable for negligence. Since products liability is closely related to negligence, I would say that "D" would be my best guess.

Is It Conflict Of Interest If A Lawyer Works For The Judges Law Firm?
I Have A Case And The Defendant'S Lawyer Works For The Son'S Law Firm (Small Town) Of The Judge And It Seems Like They Are Getting Special Treatment In The Case. So Wondered If I Appeal The Case On These Grounds That The Lawyer Works For His Son Would That Be Legit?

Two seperate questions here-- you asked: "...Is it conflict of interest if a lawyer works for the judges law firm?..."

The answer is yes.

However, to the question 'Is it conflict of interest if a lawyer works for the judge's SON'S law firm?' the answer is no.

- Stuart

Legal Advice... Sort Of.?
My Husband's Father Opened A Credit Card For Him When He Was 18 Refusing To Let Him See The Bill And Taking Care Of The Balance Every Month. My Husband Stopped Using This Credit Card About Six Years Ago. In 2004 My Husband Needed Help With Paying For One Semester Of College (He Had A Full Ride Tennis Scholarship For Four Years)- His Dad Said He Would Take Care Of The Cost (He Paid For Both Of My Husband's Siblings Undergraduate Educations And Masters Degrees At Ivy League Colleges). Last Week I Ran My Husband's Credit Report For The First Time (He Never Has). On It Were Two Credit Cards Maxed Out, The Amounts Were Over 14,000 Dollars. I Asked My Husband If He Knew About These Cards And He Said One Of Them Was The One His Dad Opened For Him When He Was 18 (And Hadn't Been Used By Him For Six Years), The Other One He Had No Idea. We Called The Credit Card Company And My Mother And Father In Law Were Authorized Users On The Credit Cards And Had Been Using Them Every Month. His Parents Were Very Wealthy At One Time, Due To His Father's Gambling Addiction And His Mother's Spending Habits They Are Now Over A Million Dollars In Debt And Foreclosing On They 2.5 Million Dollar Home. Since My Husband Gave His Father Permission To Open A Credit Card For Him When He Was 18, Was This Identity Theft? My Husband Never Authorized Either Of His Parents As Users And Definitley Wouldn't Give Them Permission To Supplement Their Lifestyles On His Credit. The Second Card Has Some Of His Tuition On It, And More Of Their Personal Expenses. Both His Parents Are Also Authorized Users On This Card. We Were Married In August And We Both Joined The Military As Officers. My Husband Is Currently In Ots And I'm Left To Deal With This. As His Wife, Can I Press Charges Without My Husband Here? I Don't Really Want To Press Charges, But The Deception And Lies Just Get Worse And Worse. It Seems They Are More Worried About Covering This Up And That They Got Caught, Then Dealing With The Serious Issue Of They've Significantly Damaged My Husband's Credit, They Can't Afford To Pay Back The Cards And Are Only Making Minimum Payments Which They Probably Won't Be Able To Afford Soon- They Also Refuse To Be Open About This So If They Can't Make A Payment, We Can Pay It. Advice?

I don't know how much time your hubby will get to phone the credit card co's, but if he does, he can add you as somebody in charge of the account (and block the others on these cards). The is the easiest way for you to deal with this, without having to go through the court system and such, which can take a long time.

Getting rid of the charges can be difficult, especially since it has gone on for so long. You have 60 days to dispute charges made to the card; after that, you are considered to have agreed to them. You can have your husband send you notarised affidavits giving you authority to press charges in his place. You'll have to ask the credit card cos what they need to accept them (faxing/emailing a scan/postal mail)

These affidavits should be as detailed as possible, stating card numbers, exactly which charges you are disputing, and why it has taken so long to notify them the cards are being used fraudulently.

Law And Construction?
I Need Someone To Help Me With The Following Question. Present And Critically Examine An Account Of How Construction Professionals Can Limit Or Avoid Legal Disputes.

Its all about communication and planning before any work is carried out.
There are laws regarding construction work and a long list of things that must be done between individuals.
hse.gov.org will have a search engine where you can find the answers to your question.