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Web Site For Us Supreme Court Decisions?
Is There A Web Site That Summarizes All The Decisions?
Who Voted For/Against Decision?
FindLaw's searchable database of the Supreme Court decisions since 1893 (U.S. Supreme Court Decisions: U.S. Reports 150-, 1893-). Browsable by year and U.S. Reports volume number, and searchable by citation, case title and full text.
Does Legal Aid Help With Child Support Issues?
What child support issue are you having?
If legal aid cant specifically help you, they will tell you who can and often refer you to someone
Do Law Libraries Contain Ss Disability Case Law?
Or Is There Any Other Way A Person Filing For Social Security Disability To Research Ssd Case Law? (By Which I Mean, Rulings By Ss Administrative Law Judges, Etc.)
Perhaps Westlaw, Or Some Other Database Or Website?
It'S So Hard To Find A Lawyer, And Even If You Do, They Put Minimum Time Into Your Case, Jeopardizing Your Chances Of Winning, Putting Your Life On Hold, Maybe Even Costing You Your Life! There Are So Many People Claiming Disability That Disability Lawyers Can Pick And Choose To Deal With Only The Easiest Cases. These Cases Don'T Pay Much, So They Make Their Money On Volume, Not Quality Work.
Please, If You Know How I Can Research Ss Law To Build And Win My Own Case, Please Tell Me How?
Really? Disability lawyers don't try? lol I'd love to see the expressions on our disability lawyers when you told them that one.
Here's some clues for you. I got on disability. Know why? Well, I could tell you what's wrong with me and why I can't work, but back when they helped me, no one knew what was wrong with me. Matter of fact, I can't prove the cause, which is why I couldn't sue the surgeon who did this to me. I can tell you what the lawyer had to work with when he took me on. A woman in so much pain, I had to relearn how to move, to walk, to force myself to think, because all I could think was "Stop this effing pain!" (And the word used was not "effing.") No one could. No one could (or would) figure out what was wrong with me, so I shut down and hung on to one huge promise I'm so glad my hubby forced me to make - that I wouldn't kill myself. I've learned how to hide te pain, or I'd scare people all the time. That is a tough one to get around, if you're a lawyer trying to prove pain, but I wasn't going back to showing it. Still won't.
I spent months fighting doctors, hospitals, technicians, and ERs just to give me something for the incredible pain, back in the days it wasn't any big thing to leave patients in pain. I remember the date that law change, 1/1/2000. I remember that date, because while everyone else celebrated the New Year, I went running to an ER to be first in line for something - anything that could lower the pain, and I was excited, because they gave me enough to curb the pain for three whole hours on any given day for ten whole days. I treasured those three hours and picked them carefully.
Oh yeah, and one other group of people I had to fight - Social Security.
By the time I was rejected, I went straight to the lawyer. (I went a few weeks before, knowing they would reject me, because I have no physical evidence of that pain and no doctor could tell me the cause.) He told me I had little chance. I already knew that, but what other choice was there? The day of the hearing, he had four cases. He fought for all four cases. He won one. Surprised both of us. He won mine.
Five years later my new primary and I were talking it over, after I finally put all the pieces to my weird pain together. He agreed with my diagnoses. I had my gall bladder removed and woke up in agonizing pain. Well, duh now, if you have your gall bladder removed, it's going to hurt. Yeah, I felt that too, but that wasn't the agonizing pain. The agonizing pain was my back. No one could explain why my back hurt so much. Shortly after I left the hospital, my front hurt more and my back eased up. I have pain under my ribs, something like a bike tire under my ribs at all time, charley horses in my sides and under my ribs, the feeling like someone is choking me (but I can still breath) in my throat, and something like a water balloon exploding on my right side under my ribs. No one could explain all that other than to tell me inside pain is different than outside pain, when it comes to the abdomen. And then my back started hurting again. Not lower back. Right below my shoulder blades. That's what my primary and I figured out together. They nicked a back nerve during the operation.
That doesn't fit on Social Securities sliding scale of things you're allowed to have wrong with you, but my lawyer helped me get on anyway.
Not bad for a guy, who apparent didn't care.
It's not them. It's Social Security that doesn't care. At least get that part straight.
Dui Driving Under The Influence?
If Someone Is Pulled Over And Arrested For Dui , Can They Refuse To Give Blood So They Can Test It For Bac ,
You can refuse... but if you do, you'll most likely be convicted anyway (the state will use your refusal as 'evidence' that you were intoxicated - and therefore refused the test). If you do get tagged with DUI, it could mean losing your license for up to a year, depending on what state you're in. And that's on top of fines, court costs and other penalties the judge may throw at you.
Here's a breakdown of states and the penalties for refusing the BAC test:
Child Visitation Question?
I Received Court Documents In The Mail On 03/13/2009 Saying My Son'S Father Is Taking Me To Court For Visitation. He'S A Drug Addict, An Abusive Person, Doesnt Have A Job. I Dont Want My 1 Year Old Son Going Over There Every Other Weekend. Well It Says I Have 28Days To Write An Answer To The Court. I Dont Even Know How To Go About Doing That. Please Let Me I'M So Upset.
Get a lawyer.
Whether or not you can afford a lawyer, write a paper on your experience with your ex.
Stick to the facts. State only what you know to be true. Second-hand news and guessing would not be considered relevant.
State how he as been with the child. Neglect, abuse, drug abuse, no-shows for visiting times, and abuse towards you in front of the child are valid concerns that the court will look at.
The court will not care what his love life is like, unless his love interest(s) is a known child abuser/molester that he plans to have around the child. The court has no interest in hearing about affairs or wild sex scandals, unless a minor is involved.
The court will not care about all his annoying habits or idiot things he has done if it does not directly involve the child. Avoid rambling. Keep the letter short (about 1-2 pages AT MOST.) Anything longer would only bore and irritate the court.
If he has had any run-ins with the law, documents proving this would be helpful, especially if they concerned drug use or domestic violence.
The court will not look kindly on you for saying you do not want your child to be with his father. It doesn't matter that the father is a bastard. Courts try and keep family together as much as possible. State in your paper that if the child should spend time with his father, they should be supervised visits and the father should pay for the supervision (which is costly. If he really gives a rip about the kid, he would find a way to pay for it. If he doesn't care about the kid, he will make up excuses not to have the visits.)
Your ex will write a paper in response to your declaration. Don't let this rattle you. It will describe how your points are lies and he'll very likely throw in some jabs about what a lying whore you are. Keep your cool. You will probably be given the chance to write a declaration in response to his response. Ignore the jabs and stick to your story. Don't sink to his level. Resist the temptation to jab back. The court hates petty bickering. Just give your side of the story in response and, again, stick to the facts and avoid rambling.
I Just Want To Know....How Do Lawyers Go About Charging People? I Know That Their Are Contingent Fee, Hourly Fee, And Retainer Fee, But I'M Really Talking About Per Hour. Let'S Say That I'M A Client And Your My Lawyer And You Tell Me That You Worked On My Case For 5 Hours Today And You Charge $250/Hr. How Do I Know That You Really Worked On My Case For 5 Hours Or Just Not Lying To Me To Get My Money?
Heheh. You dont know. Thats why you never take a lawyer on a hourly rate. Your attorney done lied to you!
Always go for a contingent rate or retainer fee. I work for the worlds biggest collection attorney and do bill collecting throughout the U.S and have over 300 lawyers working on cases in every state.
Depending on what type of attorney you want, I may be able to hook you up with a good attorney on a contingency rate. He makes money if you make money. ONLY!!!
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