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Accidents, Insurance, And Attorneys- Insurance Question?
How Does Insurance Thing Work Involved In Accident?
I Was In An Accident, I Was The Passenger And The Other Driver Is At Fault, Ran Stop Sign
Both My Brothers Car And The At Fault Driver Have Insurance
Will Insurance Pay Me And My Medical Bills Or Just The Bills?
Do I Have To Pay Out Of Pocket Now Then Later Get My Money Back?
I Have Health Insurance But Have Co Pays
How Do I Get Them To Pay Me And My Bills Without An Attorney?
You make a claim with both insurance companies - they will pay your medical expenses arising from the accident (you should not have to pay up front at all) and at some point you will be offered a settlement. Just be careful that the settlement is enough to cover future medical bills.
Types Of Lawyers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
What Kind Of Lawyer'S Make The Most Money? ( Criminal Lawyer,Immigration Lawyer,Bankruptcy Lawyer Etc.)? And What Is Their Average Salary For The First Year Or Just The Average Salary?
There is no general answer for that question. The amount of money paid to attorneys fluctuates widely across the country - it depends upon the geographic area in which a person works, the type of area (urban v. rural), &, yes, the type of work. Also whether the person works in a firm, the public sector, a company, or is a solo practitioner. Finally, where a person went to law school & where they graduated in their class is also part of the answer.
To give you an example, some first year associates in Manhattan make more money than solo practitioners in the rural Midwest who've worked for years make in multiple years.
What Do I Need To Become An Immigration Attorney?
Alright, Well Im 19 And Probably Wasted 2 Years Of My Life After High Schoo. I Went And Took Some Culinary Classes Which Landed Me A Job As A Cook In A Casino, But I Dont Think That 16.50 Will Be Good Enough For The Rest Of My Life. I Was Going To My Community College Here And Taking Classes On Animation. Messed With 3Ds Max Learned New Things. But Now Im In A Tornado Of Decisions. I Love Working With Graphics And Games And Computers But Its Really Hard To Make It In That Field Here In Vegas. My Father Insists In Me Becoming An Immigration Attorney. He Said He'Ll Pay For My Schooling But I Want To Know, What Does It Take To Become That? Do I Need To Go To Law School? Do I Need To Work With Law Firms As Paralegal To Start Off? Do I Need To Intern? How Long Would It Take? I Want To Do It In Los Angeles/So Cal So I Want To Know If This Career Change Is Worth It? Im Not Looking For An Easy Way Out Or Easy Money, But How Much Would I Make? Does This Career Prohibit Relationships
To be an immigration attorney in Los Angeles/So Cal, you need to go to law school. And, to go to law school, you need to go to college. So, you're looking at 7 years of schooling (4 yrs of college + 3 yrs of law school). You can have any kind of bachelors degree to get into law school. In other words, you don't need to have a political science degree. You can get a biology, english or computer degree....any bachelors degree. While you're in law school, you should work at immigration law firms b/c it'll give you experience, you'll get a chance to see if you like it, and it's good networking. With a law degree, you can practice in any field you want. There are no internship requirements. So, if you change your mind after graduation, you can go into another field. Also, if you want to practice in Los Angeles/So Cal, you'll need to pass the California bar exam, which happens to be the most difficult bar exam...it's an intense 3 day exam.
Salaries vary greatly depending on the size of the firm. Smaller firms can pay only $50,000/year but very large firms pay $160,000/year. To get a job at a very large firm, you need to go to a good law school & be at the top of your class.
Not sure if the career prohibits relationships, but it is a stressful job with long hours. It all depends on the job & the billing requirements. Usually, attorneys in the private sector work over 40 hours a week.
It'll be nice if your father will pay for school b/c college & law school are expensive. If this is what YOU want to do, then go for it. It's a lot of work, but it can be very rewarding. Hope this helps & good luck to you.
Any Help From Someone That Know Illinois Family Law?
I Am Divorced And Have Custody Of My 7 Year Old. The Divorce Was Finalized In Illinois. Shortly After I Moved To Wisconsin 5 Miles From The Illinois Border. 28 Miles From My Ex-Husband. He Was Fine With This, And Has Been. Now He Is With Someone Else He Is Compaing That It Is Too Far Of A Drive For Him To See His Kid. He Said That He Is Going To Take Me Back To Court For Full Custody, Because I Moved Out Of State. Sorry For The Long Information, But I Need To Know If This Is A Legitimate Reason For Them To Give My Son To Him. Is There A Maximim For Moving From The Father Of Your Child? Do You Have To Remain In The Same State Or Within Certain Miles Of The Person?? Any Help With This Is Greatly Appreciated. I Can'T Loose My Son.
I'm not totally familiar with the family law in Illinois, but that kind of thing doesn't vary much from state to state.
He can take you back to court, but if you have and had full custody, both legal and physical, your husband doesn't have much say in where you move. If it's only 28 miles, you can offer to start meeting him halfway (I don't know what kind of arrangement you have with him presently).
*If* and when you go back to court, you can tell the judge that he had prior knowledge to your moving, and that you offered to start meeting him halfway with the children.
Also, if you have been living in Wisconsin for over 6 months, your ex will have to file in Wisconsin, NOT Illinois, because the state that the children have residency in is the one that has jurisdiction.
As far as I know, unless there is a stipulation in the custody and/or divorce order, there is no restriction on how far you can move from your ex, although some states do require a written agreement for visitation if one party is moving farther than a normal commute (say, more than two or three hours from each other).
It doesn't seem like your ex has much to stand on if you have full legal and physical custody.
Also, try going to your local family court center and see if they have any family law clinics. They're free, and they can answer your state specific questions.
Good luck to you. ~ Bachmanette
Need Help With Finding Child Support Attorney?
I Am Asking This To See If Anyone Knows The Current Legal Laws Or Has Advice For My Case.
I Am 16, I Have Had Blood Tests Taken To Prove That My Father Is An Ex Professional Athlete, And They Are Positive. My Mother Filed Before I Was Born, And My Father Has Never Paid A Dime. I Want To Start A New Case To Make Him Pay All Of The Money He Has Owed Us For 16 Years.
I Know He Is Alive But I Have Never Met Him And We Don'T Know Exactly Where He Is So What Should I Do?
1. What Kind Of Lawyer Do I Need To Meet With.
2. Should I Hire A Private Investigator? Or Should My Lawyer Work On That?
3. My Dad Has Tons Of Money And If I Gave My Lawyer 30-40% They Would Make At The Least $50,000 Would A Lawyer(S) Accept My Case With No Money Upfront? I Don'T Have Enough To Give Them Anything Right Away.
4. I Live In The Seattle Area, And Last I Heard My Dad Lives In A 2.1 Million Dollar Home In Georgia. Can I Hire A Lawyer In Seattle To Work My Case?
5. Does Anyone Know Of Any Good Washington Child Support Attorneys?
Thank You Very Much For Listening, Please If You Can Answer Any Of These Questions Please Do. I Am Sort Of In A Rut Right Now And Getting This Money He Owes Me Seems Like The Only Way Out So If You Can Give As Much Information As You Can As Fast As You Can Please Do.
Thank You And Wish Me Luck
If you can, I would go to the JDR court in your area. First call the clerk's office and see when they docket support cases. Go when they are litigating support cases and you will see lawyers who do that in your area. I would talk to one of them.
How Do I Find An Attorney Referral Service That Will Do Pro Bono Work In Minnesota?
I'M Looking For An Employment Lawyer, But Need One That Will Either Do Pro-Bono Work, Or Allow Me To Get A Discount Or Will Help Me On A Contingency Basis.
In the county where you are located, call the county Bar Association.
Or try www.handelonthelaw.com. You can explain your situation and see if anyone is interested.