Finding An Experienced Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your town that advertise that they concentrate on your type of case. This will make the whole process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the tips below you will be able to narrow down your quest to the correct one in almost no time. The first step is to create a selection of the lawyers that are listed in your town specializing in your needs. When you are which makes this list you need to only include those that you have an excellent vibe about based upon their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a little while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this point your list needs to have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You must then make time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just relying on their overall rating. The information inside the reviews provides you with a sense of the way they connect with their clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to talk to a minimum of the last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you time to genuinely evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It is important to follow every one of these steps to ensure that you find a person that has the correct degree of experience to help you the very best outcome.
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First Time Offence Felony Dui Charge In Ca?
Im Going To Court Soon To Be Charged With Felony Dui With Injury To Others The Onjury Was Minor I Live In Ca This Is My First Offence Any Idias What Will Happen? Thanks 4 Ur Help
You don't know what you will be charged with. Violation of Pen C 23153 can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony, and a first offense with minor injuries is often charged as a misdemeanor. You will need an attorney either way, if you cannot afford counsel the court will appoint a lawyer, and only your attorney can give you correct advice concerning the punishment you are actually facing.
Generally, whether filed as a felony or misdemeanor, with a grant of probation (and you would be foolish to reject probation) there is a minimum 5 day jail term. You are also looking at a fine of over $2,000, and a drivers license suspension of at least one year. You will be required to pay restitution for any injuries not covered by your insurance.
Personal Injury Claim, Bad Wreck?
Was Recently In A Major Car Wreck Riding Passenger On I-240 Eastbound, Traffic Was At A Complete Stop Due To Merging Traffic On 35 Southbound.... We Come To A Complete Stop And Get Rearended About 3 Mins Later, By A Drunk Driver At 75Mph Also Causing Us To Hit The People Infront Of Us. Causing The Truck To Look Like The Letter 'V' The Truck Is Not Mine. But Is For Sure Totaled! I Have Severe Neck And Back Problems They Said I Have Whiplash And Have Been Givin Hydrocodone And Flexeril For The Muscle Spasm'S In My Neck, The Impact Was So Hard It Knocked The Hat Off My Head Glasses Off My Face Right Shoe Off Of My Foot As It Was Slung Outside The Passenger Door, And The Truck Dash Crumbled Into Peices No Joke!!!! My Door Swung Open As The Truck Spun A 180 Facing Oncoming Traffic, With My Right Leg Dangling Out. At That Point I Was In Severe Pain Not Being Able To Move My Neck At All And My Head And The Back Of My Neck Hit The Window Frame Of The The Back Glass On The 97 Gmc Ex-Cab I Have Glass Stuck Into My Head Along With Plenty Of Good Scratches And Still Have Remaing Glass In My Head/Neck And Major Swelling On The Lower Part Of My Head Along With My Neck, I Am On Probation As Well And Am Not Able To Seek Active Employment As Requested Due To This Wreck, Also This Is A Little Personal But I Feel Its For Sure &Quot;Pain And Suffering&Quot; 1. I Have Trouble Pooping It Hurts My Stomach Badly And My Lower Back. Also When I Cough Its Like I Got Hit In The Stomach With A Baseball Bat..... 2. Since I Am On Muscle Relaxers Due To The Major Pain And Strain Of The Neck Aka Whiplash, I Cannot Enjoy Any Sexual Activites With My Girlfriend.
How Much $ Am I Entitled To? I Feel That Money Isnt The Issue At This Point, The Issue Is If/When Will/Can I Be Better, But I Need A Round Figure To Request On The Personal Enjury Claim... Please Share Your Info.... Thank You! And Be Carefull!!!!!!
You simply need to speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. You will not be able to recover damages anywhere near what is fair unless you have legal representation.
95% of personal injury claims (lawsuits) are settled out of court. The way an attorney decides how much money to demand from the insurance company is directly related to your medical bills.
An insurance company will only pay what you scare them into paying, and trust me, they are not scared by anyone without an attorney. An attorney will have previous court cases (many times against the same insurance company) that demonstrate their ability to win a case. The insurance company then weighs settling against fighting the claim in court.
I also believe filing a claim against the driver would not be your best chance of recovering compensation. If your state has Dram Shop laws, an attorney can file a claim against the bar or drinking establishment to have a better chance of a fair settlement.
Why Are There So Many Personal Injury Lawyer Advertisements In The State Of Flroida?
Seriously, There Is Probably 100X More In Florida Than Any Other State I'Ve Ever Visited. I Am Guessing That The State Is Either Plaintiff Friendly Or The Laws Are More Lax Concerning Attorney Advertisements. Thanks.
Only some states allow personal injury lawyers to advertise, Florida is one of those. 100x is a gross exaggeration. It's all about competition. The more lawyers who advertise, the more NEED to advertise to get the business.
People don't realize that the number of times you see a lawyer's name on TV has nothing to do with his/her competence, and in fact it can be argued that GOOD lawyers don't need to use TV advertising.
How To Find Attorney For Free Advice On Car Repair.?
I Asked For Copies Of Repairs From My Auto Dealer. Found 2 Identical Copies With Different Labor Cost And Different Pick Up Times. Both In My Name, Only I Paid The Higher Price. I Asked Manager About It And Cannot Get An Answer. What Is Wrong With Vehicle Now, Relates To The Same Repair. They Offered To Repair For Free But I Want Answers To 2 Identical Copies. Where Do I Go?
I doubt they'l give you or your atty an answer because they'r prob scamming.
I'd call the state atty general's office dept of consumer complaints.
Hopefully, that will get the dealer investigated & maybe busted.
There's also probably consumer protection depts on the county & state level, & the state agency that regulates car dealers.
The atty's you call will prob ask you want you hope to accomplish. The dealer offered you free repair, IF you trust them. Maybe now they'r scared straight w/ you and wont mess.
Maybe you want the lawyers to explain the likely consequences to the dealer if you expose this.
I'd try telling this dealer no, you want them to reimburse you for repairs done at the name-brand dealer, ie, Ford car: Ford dealer. Then they can have one copy of their invoice back.
You can call lawyers in your area who practice consumer law and ask for advice on the phone. I've won some small claims cases as a non lawyer, and I always call them as part of my research. Most are very helpful. They'r also looking at you as a potential client.
http://www.civiltree.com/filed_suit.php “Recent Small Claims Filings & General News...”
Some Automotive Small Claims Defendants: Audi, $3.5k warranty breach. EconoLube, $6k, negligent credit reporting. Percision (sic) Tune Auto Care, $15k, overcharge on repairs. Superb Auto Repair, $1.2k, shop damaged vehicle. Auto Professionals, Inc, $2.3k, warranty breach. Sangera GM dealer, $3k, fraud. Case evaluation, finding/hiringlawyers, ask a lawyer, search. http://law.freeadvice.com/small_claims/s...
I Want To Become A Corporate Lawyer?
What Kind Of Work Do They Do? How Long Do They Stay In Law School? What Courses Would Be Ideal For This Job In College? Is It Worth The Effort? How Much Money Do They Make?
I Know These Are A Lot Of Questions... But If You Know Anything Or Know Someone Who'S Looking Into Or Is A Corporate Lawyer Then Please Help Out.
Well, I'm not a lawyer, but I've had to research different types of lawyers for a project. Generally, lawyers go to school for 4-6 years. Obviously, it helps if you go to some ivy league college but that's not possible for everyone.
Not really sure about what courses, but just know it is probably more work than you could imagine. Corporate law is basically a ton of paperwork and research (like any lawyer deals with). You rarely end up going to court, as most cases settle. So if you're not really interested in the court room scene, this might be for you. But who knows, you might end up having to go to court eventually.
As a first year associate, you could make around 60k-80k a year? (Not counting bonuses!) Maybe that's outdated, I'm not completely sure. But if you make partner 3-5 years down the line, you could easily double that to the 6 figure range depending on if you are in large firm or are an in-house lawyer.
Is it worth the effort? I have no idea since I'm not a lawyer, so I guess you'll have to think about that one. Being a lawyer is very stressful from what I've heard. I highly suggest reading Double Billing by Cameron Stracher. It's about an associate at a large corporate firm. Stracher uses a lot of his real life experiences as a lawyer in it as well. It's kinda slow at times but I thought the ending was alright.
I hope some of this helped!
Good Civil Litigation Attorney In Las Vegas To Go Against Towbin Dodge For Odometor Roll Back?
My Husband And I Purchased A Used Vehicle Last Fall And The Mileage Was Put At 23K On Everything. We Went To Trade It In And No Where Will Take The Vehicle Because The Previous Title Had 27K Listed And It Also Shows That On The Carfax Report. Does Anyone Have A Clue What We Can Do Legally Or Of A Good Lawyer In Vegas For This Kind Of Thing. We At Least Want Towbin To Buy The Vehicle Back For What We Owe. We Were Told By Numerous People Towbin Never Should Have Been Able To Sell The Vehicle Like This And They Can Get Huge Fines. Any Advice Appreciated!
It is a federal offense to alter an odometer. You should contact the district attorney's office.