Finding An Experienced Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they are experts in your kind of case. This could make the process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be possible to restrict your quest to the correct one in almost no time. Step one is to generate a list of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your needs. While you are making this list you need to only include those which you have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a while evaluating their internet site. 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 stage your list needs to have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites and an appropriate volume of experience. You ought to then take the time to search for independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The info inside the reviews will give you an idea of the direction they communicate with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to talk with at least the very last three lawyers who have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing you and your case. It is actually vital that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you hire a company that has the proper degree of experience to help you the very best outcome.
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Do Lawyers Need Chemistry?
I Heard From Someone That Lawyers Don'T Need Chemistry Because Forensic Scientists Take Care Of It. I Thought Lawyers Do Need To Know Chemistry, Things Like Blood Drying Up, Alcohol In Someones Blood System, Etc. Am I Wrong? Do Lawyers Need Chemistry Or Is It Just Good To Know?
Lawyers have to get an undergraduate degree in something.
Lawyers rely on experts to make their case, whether it is for a criminal trial (forensic experts) or civil; ie medical malpractice. However, it helps if the lawyer has a basic understanding of the reports that they are looking at. It also helps the lawyer to have a basic understanding because a lawyers job is to establish facts by asking witnesses questions. They need to ask the questions so a jury (or the judge can understand what is being asked) The lawyer might also want to take the witnesses testimony and re-phrase it into a simple question to help people understand.
The other area of law that chemistry is helpful is if a lawyer plans to do patent law. Licensing for patent law requires a separate test. To be eligible for that test, the lawyer needs to possess a Bachelor's of Science degree,
What Is Playerup.Com'S Mailing Address Or Phone Number?
My Lawyer Would Like To Contact Them Because Playerup.Com Is Publically Displaying My Personal Info And Refuses To Give Out Any Of Their Personal Info. My Lawyer Wants To Contact Them But I Cant Seem To Get A Mailing Address Or Phone Number To Give Yo My Lawyer To Contact Playerup.Com. Can Anyone Help Please?
Their website says they go by the law of Delaware, so they are probably incorporated there. Delaware allows corporation to hide behind agent companies, so it may be difficult to get that information without a court order.
Playerup is mentioned somewhere in this court case, but I can't figure out how to do a search on the PDF, so I will let you look through it - there may be clues:
If you go to https://www.whois.net/ and do a lookup of Playerup.com, you will get some information- they use Godaddy.
Here is more- they appear to be based in Dallas?
that's what I can find, so far...
OK, one more-
They are administered by Domainsbyproxy.com, which is part of GoDaddy.com. According to this website, you should be able to get their info for $20.
Good luck. I'll send you my bill <wink>
Free Legal Aid In Grand Prairie Texas / Dallas Texas?
Anyone Know About Free Legal Aid Near Dfw? Im Trying To Prevent My Girlfriend From Giving My Child In Adoption?..
You can ask a lawyer to do the work Pro Bono (Latin: For the public good) but they only do so much of that. Other than that you can call a lawyer referral service and explain that you do not have a lot of money to pay with and you can find a low cost lawyer there, and since your girlfriend probably does not have a lawyer it would be better for you.
Anyone A Debt Attorney/Lawyer?
I Need Help Repairing My Credit.
Accurate negative info stays on your credit report for 7 years. You cannot force creditors to remove accurate negative info before this time period. Attorneys cannot do this either so don't bother hiring any attorney @ $300 per hour as they cannot help you.
If you have mistakes on your credit report you can dispute them for free.
- You repair your own credit by proving that you can pay on time and not default on loans/debts.
Settle your debts if you can afford to.
Takes about 2 years to reestablish credit.
How to pay collection accounts: http://goo.gl/RTyWw
Consider getting a secured credit card and use that to rebuild your credit history.
Law Suit For Horse Injury?
I Have 12 Horses, And 1 Stallion... I Have Had Horses For My Hole Life, Well.. There Is A Situation That Happend To My Friend. She Lives Next To This Couple Who Have Horses Also, They Have A &Quot;Mustang&Quot; Stallion Who They Use To Breed There Mares With. They Are All Roaming Free With Each Other, And They Use Him For Breeding Other Peoples Horses..
This Was A Very Warm Spring Day, In Middle Of March In Michigan, It Was About 60 Degress, They Desided To Take There Stallion For A Walk Down The Road, My Friend Says Her Kids Were Home All Day Playing In The Yard, They Make &Quot;Kid&Quot; Noises With Plastic Wissles And Stuff There Kid Was About 9 Years Old.. She Got A Call From The Police, Later That Night. Saying Her Kids Were Blowing &Quot;Fog Horns To Agatate&Quot; The Horses During The Day And Caused The Horse To Rear Up And Strike Her In The Face... There Was No Fog Horn Only, What Was Called A &Quot;Recorder&Quot; Or Like A Flute. She Was Told The Couple Is Suing Her Insurance Company For Her Injurys.
Your friend's biggest problem is going to be the ignorance of both the insurance adjuster, and the court system, if it gets that far. And judging by the fact that the cops called, to pass the complaint along, they don't know anything about horses either. What they have is a police report, on paper, which is not good news.
I interned one summer at a law firm which was handling a horse related injury case. You need to contact your friend right now, tonight, and tell her to call her insurance person first thing in the morning, and say that if the company settles this case without her permission, (which they can and will do), she will sue them too. No joke...insurance companies have no spine, and neither do their lawyers. It's cheaper for them to pay out a percentage of what they think they have to lose, and then jack up the premiums on your friend. The suit is bogus....you know it, I know it, and so does everyone else....but you would not believe how ludicrous this is going to get. Your friend first needs to explain to her insurance company WHY this case has no merit...then worry about the rest of it. Tell her to remember this is not about what is factual...it is about the colossal ignorance of non-horse people (and those who think they know it all), and what they thinks sounds reasonable.
If the kids were on their own property, and it wasn't past a curfew time, and the noise wasn't unreasonable to what kids do, it should not get any farther than just hard feelings. But this is America, and anyone can sue for anything. Reading the posts in this section alone should tell you that reason and logic do not always carry the day.
People will say "they have no case", and that is true. However, having said that, plenty of people have cashed big checks that represent a fraction of what they asked for, but are still bigger than most people's annual income, on cases with far less merit.
Question For Lawyers?
When You Were Like In Your Freshman Year Of Hs Or Like 8Th Grade Were You Like Super Smart Or Did You Have To Like Work Hard To Get Great Grades? How Smart Do You Need To Be To Be A Lawyer; Like What Characteristics??
I hated grade school, begged my parents to let me drop out. In high school I had average grades because I just didn't care. Played sports, had boyfriends, enjoyed high school. I enjoyed reading, took creative writing classes, and lots of business classes. In college I took business classes, got high grades (because I paid for college). I did not take what was considered pre-law courses, I took a variety of classes.
I own my own employment law firm. It was not easy. The only lawyerly trait I showed in HS was I would defend others when they got in trouble. If there was an injustice, I was there fighting for the person being treated unfairly. We are all different and bring different things to the profession of law. That is what is so great about this profession. You don't need to be a bookworm, or super smart, or study certain things. You can just be who you are and become a lawyer.
Look at www.abanet.org for more info on the profession. They have an entire section for those thinking about being a lawyer. Good luck.