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Who Is The Best/Good Criminal Defense/Dwi/Dui Lawer In Fairfax County?
I Am In The Military And Recieved A Dwi. I Am Not Sure What To Look For When Lookin For A Lawyer
I don;t know military implications for a dui. I'd suggest just talking with the public defender to make sure that procedures are followed properly.
If they have a good case (breathalizers don;t lie), then you really don;t need a lawyer to defend your actions. Just make sure than any factors that look favorably on you are presented and take responsibility in court.
Hi Im Looking For A Free Lawyer Because I Recieved A Letter That Said I Have Money In This Account And I Can Get It I Even Have The Account # And Everything But The Sum Is Big And Its Too Risky...Is There A Lawyer Who Can Just Look Over The Letter For Free?
Best advice is to ask a local attorney. Most will NOT charge for a first visit.
Here are some great city-specific legal directories to help you find one:
My Husband Has Immigration Court ?
My Husband Has Immigration Court ... Where Can I Call For Information??!!
you give no reason for the hearing ...
but if he is an illegal he may be in the deportation center
ask his lawyer
or check this site in a few days https://locator.ice.gov/odls/homePage.do
What Is The Statue Of Limitations For Wrongful Death?
In 2005 My Mam Had A Stroke In North Carolina She Was Doing Good And Recovering When The Dr In The Er Gave Her The Wrong Blood Thinner Medication When He Was Told Not To And She Died I Tried To Get My Other Sister To Do Something About It But Shes A Procrastinator And Now Im Told Its To Late As Far As Im Concerned Its Still Murder
Wrongful death is a state law claim. Statutes of limitation vary by state.
Under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 1-53(4), plaintiffs have two years from the date of death in which to commence an action for wrongful death under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 28A-18-2. Section 1-53(4) further provides that a cause of action does not accrue until the date of death, unless, were the decedent was still living, the claim would have been time-barred on the date of death.
Why Don't Lawyers Work Out Of Their Homes?
Sounds Great To Me. You Get To Stay With Your Family And Pets, And Take Phone Calls In Your Play Clothes. And Days You Have To Go To Court, You Just Go To Court.
Many lawyers work at home, including me. I am a virtual tenant in an executive suite of offices. The receptionist answers my office telephone and forwards calls to me at my private home phone. I have a complete, comfortable home office. I schedule appointments with clients in the executive suite and pay for conference room time as I use it. My mail and packages are delivered to the suite address. Unless I tell them, my clients have no idea that I am not in the office all day.
As for a secretary, I used to have one, but spent more time dictating and reviewing than if I just did everything myself on the computer. But when I need extra help, I can hire it from the operators of my executive suite, which has a color copy machine, fax machines and any other support I might need.
Where Would Be A Source Of Legal Advice For Someone Who's Dr. Removed An Ovary And Shouldn't Have?
I Had Surgery Last Year That Removed An Ovary That My Dr. Said Was Causing My Pain. Turns Out Yesterday, My New Dr. Diagnosed Me With Adenomyosis And My Ovary Should Not Have Been Removed, But My Uterus Has To Go. Now I Am Short An Ovary And Very Angery. More Info...I Did Have A Second Opinion Before The Ovaryectomy, "Unknown Source Of Pain", But My Concern Is That The 2Nd Dr. Was In The Same Medical Group. Do Dr.S Typically Back Each Other Up Even If They Are Wrong?
There are any number of attorneys who specialize in medical malpractice issues. You would have to show that the first doctor could have or should have known that the diagnosis was incorrect; this can be tricky, because an incorrect diagnosis - *IF* made in good faith and consistent with the information available at the time - is not malpractice. Which is not to say you couldn't sway a jury anyway; but do you really want to be part of a process which creates mistrust, raises costs for everyone, and benefits only the attorneys?
Assuming the facts support a conclusion of actual malpractice, I'd recommend asking for direct reimbursement of all medical costs to you (and/or your insurer) - do not let your attorney get his paws on that. For punitive damages - which is where your attorney will make his money - start by asking for roughly $1million. Expect the defense to bargain down to about $100-200K before they offer to settle. And if you want to draw media attention, offer to waive some or all of the punitive damages if the doctor will agree to have the corresponding testicle removed. (It won't happen, but at least some people will get a chuckle and you can highlight the problem of unnecessary surgery.)