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4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you want a legal representative for any reason, you must work closely with them in order to win your case. Irrespective of how competent they may be, they're likely to need your help. Listed here are four important methods to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're going to reveal to them. Privilege means anything you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know all things in advance - most importantly information the other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of all information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they need to help them win. 3. Show Up Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being on time, every time. In reality, because you may want to discuss very last minute details or perhaps be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been involved in any type of crime, it's important so that you can convince a legal court that you simply both regret the actions and so are making strides toward increasing your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.

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What Qualifications Do I Look For When Searching For A Good Patent Lawyer?
What Makes One Patent Lawyer Better Than The Next? Also How Should I Expect To Be Billed? Do I Pay By The Hour For Being Consulted Or Am I Paying Only For The Work That He Would Commit Towards My Application? Thanks

First, the attorney must be a registered patent attorney. Search the USPTO's roster.
Second, make sure the attorney has no complaints at the patent office.
Third, look them up in the state bar association. Make sure they have not been disciplined.

Ask not only where and when they obtained their legal education but when and where they obtained their technical education. As what scientific or engineering degree they have. Ask what scientific or engineering work experience they had.

I would also tell you to get a recomendation from another attorney, for example, your general business attorney. Ask someone at a trade association for a recomendation for a patent attorney.

Ask if they have competitence in your field. Ask for a reference patent in your field.

Ask them how long they have been practicing. Ask who will actually do the work.

Where And How To Find A Good Lawyer For My Case?
I Am Suing My Current Employer For Discrimination And Bullying And A Lot More Cases. I Haven'T Contacted Either A Lawyer Or Eeoc Yet. How To Find The Best Lawyer For My Case. I Live In Mn.

I think you'd better discuss your case with pro bono based (free of charge) attorney in your area first before you move on the next steps. This is important because you may hear good advise from the one who specialized in the area.

Anyway, since they are free of charge, you have nothing to lose to consult your problem with them. Trust me, they are very good people, very professional and willing to help you all out.

I just searched on internet for you and found 2 websites that perhaps useful for you.

You may have the complete list of top pro bono attorneys in USA on
Just visit the website as soon as possible to get help.

Another website that I also found for the complete list of law firms (lawyer) in USA can also be found on
You may even search law firm by state, in your area.

Have a great of luck!

How Did Bush Destroyed International Law For Iraq?

Bush violated International law by a preemptive attack on Iraq violates the United Nations Charter, which is a treaty and part of the supreme law of the United States under Article 6, clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution. The U.S. signed the UN Charter and is obligated to uphold the law according to the American Constitution. A treaty that America signs becomes the "law of the land" according to the Constitution. Many legal experts now describe the US-UK attack as an act of aggression, violating international law,a crime against the peace as defined by the Nuremberg Principles. Experts also point to illegalities in the US conduct of the war and violations of the Geneva Conventions by the US-UK of their responsibilities as an occupying power.

Contrary to what the Bush administration would like the world to believe, the invasion of Iraq can be justified neither on the basis of self-defense nor because it was sanctioned by the Security Council.

These are the facts that outline the legal status of the war:

* The primary grievance against Iraq was the claim that it had weapons of mass destruction and ongoing illicit weapons programs.

* The U.N. weapons inspection team was invasively and thoroughly determining whether such weapons or weapons programs existed in Iraq.

* The U.N. Security Council was not willing to grant authority to invade Iraq while the U.N. inspection team was handling the illicit weapons problem peacefully.

* President Bush launched the invasion of Iraq anyway, in contravention of the U.N. Security Council and the U.N. Charter. Without Security Council authorization, the invasion was illegal and must be classified as a war of aggression.

It is quite clear that Bush has little regard for International law. Yet, the United States was founded on the basis of the rule of law. Article VI of the Constitution states that treaties, which this country has signed and ratified, are the "supreme law of the land."

The U.N. Charter is such a treaty, and it was created in large part because of the efforts of this country following World War II. For the USA to so egregiously transgress the charter's prohibition on the use of force is not only a violation of international law, it is a violation of the Constitution and a repudiation of much of what America stands for.

. Common sense and decency should tell us that launching an unprovoked invasion of another country, even one ruled by a man as nefarious as Saddam Hussein, is simply mass murder. What of the tens of thousands of innocent Iraqis who have died as a result of this military incursion? Did anyone ask them if they were willing to sacrifice their lives in a risky attempt to install democracy in their land?

Whether Americans realize it or not, the integrity of the United States has been dealt a serious blow. America can no longer be regarded as a nation that stands upon the legal and moral high ground. There is little doubt people in many countries now regard America as hypocrites and this has certainly fueled a lot of the terrorism.

Disability Lawyer Or Not?
Im Going To Apply For Ssi Disability. Would You Recommend A Lawyer Immediately? Or Should I Apply By Myself And Only Get A Lawyer If I Am Denied?

there is absolutely NOTHING an attorney can or will do for you that you can not do yourself for the first 2 steps. your state actually handles the initial determination and if you are denied they do the first appeal, now once you go to step 3 the administrative law judge an attorney may be able to help you.
a lot depends on if you truly and definitively are disabled bt both definitions, not only do you have to have a documented medical disability but you also must meet the definition of disabled in regards to NOT being able to do any type of substantial work.... the problem a lot of people run into is they think if they are "medically disabled" that they meet the requirements for SSDI and that is NOT the case...
if you make it to step 3 you need to consider then if you need to retain an attorney. an attorney can NOT charge you, they must accept their pay out of any back payments you receive from SSDI, they can NOT take more then 25% or $5300.00 whichever is LESS......
regardless of what your condition is you should plan on being denied by your state at the first 2 steps unless there is just no way possible for them to not see you are totally disabled.... some states have as high as a 95% denial rate for the first 2 steps... remember the first 2 steps are handled by your state's commission on disability and rehabilitation....

the time spent in the NAVY may be relevant since you can not do your former job...
the real issue is are you truly disabled by the definition used by SSA?
you have proof that you can not do the previous job but is there any job that you can do?
if you can make at least $1010.00 a month then you are NOT disabled.

Help Me With My Dad's Worksman's Comp/Possible Employer Negligence Issue. Do We Need An Attorney? Georgia?
My Father Has Worked For This Furniture Company For The Past ~30 Years. He Does Not Have A Driver's License And The Company Has Said He Has Had Problems Since His Vietnam Experience With "Nerves". He Works In The Furniture Warehouse. His Job Involves Lifting Furniture Etc. He Was Asked To Drive A Tugger(Similar To A Forklift In Size.) To Move Furniture Around The Warehouse. This Past April He Was In An Accident In The Tugger Where He Was Driving It And It Came Off The Loading Dock Of The Warehouse. I Don't Believe He Should Have Been On The Vehicle Anyway With No License Or Training. I'm Not Exactly Sure How The Vehicle Came Off The Side Of The Warehouse Dock, If It Popped Out Of Gear, Or If He Thought It Was In Reverse Or Whatever. He Has Been On Workmans Comp Since April And Will Likely Require Knee Surgery. He Had A Pretty Bad Concussion, But No Breaks. Just Generally Beat Up And A Huge Laceration On His Head. The Fall Was Roughly 5 Feet. I Know That In General Workman's Comp Only Covers Medical Bills And Weeks Pay Is Standard?? For Permanent Disability. Was This Negligence To Expect Him To Drive This Vehicle, For Which He Was Obviously Not Qualified? If So Should We Get An Attorney For This Situation? Please Help Me In This Situation As I'm A Little Lost.

In most states, workers' compensation is the EXCLUSIVE remedy for a worker who is injured on the job. That means that the injured worker cannot sue his employer for negligence, etc. in a separate action, but must go through the workers' compensation procedure.

Information about exclusive remedy (this has to deal with workplace violence but the premise is the same) in Georgia can be found here:

More here (from an attorney's website):

From the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation:,2...

Basically, you want to find an attorney who specializes in workers' compensation. Contact your local county bar association for a referral.

One instance where the exclusive remedy of workers' compensation is not applicable is if the employer doesn't have the coverage (hasn't paid for it and/or is not somehow exempt from it). You can check if the employer is covered here:,2086,11394008_11400533_42600637,00.html

Has your father made a claim? Here's the form:,2086,11394008_11400533_11930453,00.html

If you tell us what county you are in, I can probably locate the local bar association.

Hope this helps!

Ontario Law Concerning Borrowed Bicycle Injuries?
I Have A Dilemma. My Younger Brother Is Currently In The Process Of Buying A Used Bike From One Of His Friends. My Brother, After Getting The Bike, Found Out That It Had A Very Crappy Chain That Was On Its Way Out. Last Night, My Roommate Asked My Brother If He Could Borrow My Brother'S Bicycle. While Riding The Bicycle, The Chain Broke And My Roommate Was Almost Injured Because Of It. My Younger Brother Now Claims That My Roommate Has To Buy A New Bike Chain, Because Even Though My Brother Knew The Bike Chain Was Close To Breaking, It Didn'T Break Until My Roommate Was Using It, Regardless Of Whether He Could Have Been Hurt Or Not. Who Here Is Responsible?

What? Why would anybody borrow an injury? Read your question.
How could your brother know the chain was "about" to break? I have never been able to tell that.
"Almost" injured? What does that mean? I was almost struck by a Meteor last night. It passed within 100,000,000 miles of me!
If he knew it was "about" to break he should not expect anybody else to fix it.