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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are numerous lawyers in the area that advertise that they can specialize in your type of case. This could make the process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it will be easy to narrow down your search to the right one out of very little time. Step one is to create a listing of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your area that specialize in your circumstances. While you are which makes this list you should only include those which you have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a while evaluating their website. There you should be able to find the amount of years they are practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this time your list should have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You need to then spend some time to search for independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The data inside the reviews will give you a solid idea of how they connect to their customers and the time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will need to meet up with no less than the past three lawyers that have the credentials you are interested in. This gives you enough time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing your case. It is crucial for you to follow all of these steps to actually find someone which has the right degree of experience to get you the best possible outcome.

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Does Anyone Know Of Any Good Family Law Attorneys In The Sacramento Area?

Family Law Attorney 's near Sacramento, CA }{

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1Smith Bryan Attorney at Law -
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bryansmithatty.com
(916) 517-8644 -
* 331 J St, Ste 200, Sacramento, CA
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2Anderson Goff & Wilson -
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saclegal.com
(916) 427-7227 -
* 7311 Greenhaven Dr, Ste 180, Sacramento, CA
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3Poe Janet K -
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local.yahoo.com
(916) 646-3000 -
* 700 University Ave, Ste 130, Sacramento, CA
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4Zeff, Timothy L - Larscheid... -
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local.yahoo.com
(916) 441-7500 -
* 2609 Capitol Ave, Sacramento, CA
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5Sacramento Legal Clinic -
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saclegal.com
(916) 646-9694 -
* 1325 Howe Ave, Ste 107, Sacramento, CA

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Career In Family Law Attorney?
I Am Going On 17 Next Year And Want To Prepare Myself For The Future And Was Looking Into Becoming A Family Law Attorney. I Was Wondering What It Takes To Get There, What Classes To Take In College, The Salary, And It Also Would Definitely Help If You Yourself Is A Family Law Attorney Or Know Someone Who Is Instead Of Just Posting Me Links. Thank You !

As a general rule, you will need 4 years of college with a bachelors degree. You will then need 3 years of law school, graduate and then take the bar to become licensed as a lawyer to practice law.

In law school, just like high school, college, you will be required to take ALL classes of law, since the bar exam is on all types of law. So you will be taking family law, bankruptcy, criminal, contracts, business, commercial, constitutional, torts, the list goes on.

The next problem you will have is finding a job after graduating, since at this time and unlikely in 7 or more years the law field is completely saturated with thousands graduating, and years later unemployed, or working in bars, restaurants, or free lance to get work. Law schools are notorious of bragging that you will be employed w/in a year, but the question is, "will it be as a lawyer"?

And don't believe the sites or stories of how much lawyers make, since that may apply to someone who has practiced for years. You could find yourself in a law firm, working 7 days a week, 80 hours to document billable hours to validate your worth to the firm

To make matter worst, you will most likely incur about $150,000 in student loan debt that MUST be paid back, regardless if you get a job as a lawyer.

My husband is a semi retired lawyer for over 40 years, that has handled everything that walked into his office. Of all the types of clients, he disliked family law the most, especially with divorce, since he would get so many phone calls of, they were 5 minutes late, did not pay child support, the kid was sick, or fight on the assets of the couple.

I suggest looking into another field vs law. Or become a para legal and then will find out 1st hand if that is what you want to pursue.

good luck

Workers Comp Case... Should I Get A Lawyer?
I Hurt My Back At Work, I'M A Nurse. I Know I'M Not Supposed To Diagnose Myself But I'Ve Been Working In The Field Forever. I Was Diagnosed With A Lumber Strain And Sciatica By My Doc. I Feel That I Could Have Disk Issue Just From Experience. My Doctor Is Telling Me To Speak With A Lawyer. My Work Is Harassing Me Because They Have No One To Fill My Shift And They Obviously Don'T Want To Pay For Workers Comp. My Doc Is Requesting An Mri But The Insurance Company Said It'S Too Soon And They Are Denying It. Do I Need To Get A Laywer? I'M Not The Sue Happy Type. I Got Hurt, The Only Thing I Want Is To Get My Back Better And Go Back To Work. I'M In Pain But I'M Also A Workaholic. I Can'T Stand Being Home. Also, I Know From Experience That Mri'S Do Not Always Show Everything And The Results Get Translated By The Doc. If It Doesn'T Show Any Specific Damage, And I Got A Lawyer Would My Case Be Thrown Out? What Would My Next Steps Be? It'S Clear I Have Pain And My Doc Believes Me, But What Would I Do Then? How Would I Be Able To Prove I Am Most Def. Injured If The Case Went To Court?

I used to work for a personal injury attorney who specialized in worker's comp claims and social security law.

Yes, get an attorney. Just because you have one, does not mean you are "sue happy." In fact, during my time working with that firm, none of the worker's comp clients we represented had cases ever go to trial. However, they do navigate the legal BS that surrounds the workers comp cases and just by their involvement, they can stop a lot of the insurance companies crap that prevents you from getting tests like an MRI in a timely manner.

Your medical records will prove that you are injured. And every single one will be requested by your attorney. He/she will compile the information and make your case to your workers comp commission ( or whatever appeals entity you have in your state) .

Many of our clients had issues of chronic pain and they just could not emotionally or mentally deal with the workers comp insurance representatives. Workers comp law can be extremely complicated and insurers are very good at knowing how to keep claimants from getting the treatment they are entitled to. They can also keep employers from unduly harrassing injured workers and firing them.

Definetely talk to an attorney, in any case. And do compare them. While I liked working that part of the law, I would not have recommended my boss to anyone. He wasn't very proactive and other attorneys were better, so do shop around. Also, his fees were paid by workers comp, so it didn't come out of our clients pockets.

Can You Ask For A Lawyer Before Giving A Breathalyzer?
If The Cops Want To Give You A Breathalyzer Can You Ask For A Lawyer To Be Present Before Giving One?

No you cannot ask for a lawyer. However, I was taught that you can demand to have a blood test in the station, which is more accurate, and during the time to take you there it's possible that the % would go down some.
If you refuse to do either you are in trouble, lawyer or no.

Can A Lawyer Help Me?
A Little Over A Month Ago I Was Involved In An Auto Accident.. The Other Person Was Cited And It Was Clearly There Fault.. However My Insurrance Company Has Not Been Able To Get Ahold Of Them And They Say There'S Nothing Else They Can Do.. There Were No Injuries But I Just Want My Car Paid For.. Whats The Best Way To Go About This? I'Ve Never Dealt With Lawyers Or Anything Before So Please Try To Be Very Helpful. Thanks.

I am not being arrogant, but the average person cannot deal with this type of accident themselves. You need to hire a lawyer, you can also sue for the legal fees you will incur. You would have to play investigator without the power of subpeona. You will have to sue, maybe your insurance company and the other drivers also. This is a big job. Everyone is hoping you will just go away. Don't! It would be helpful with your first meeting with an attorney that you have a copy of your policy and your accident report. Find an attorney that is successful insurance litigation (not for the defense!) and will give you the first 15 or 30 minutes free. You can call the state bar association and ask them for a reccomendation for the above type of attorney. Good luck and don't give up!

Litigation Attorney...........?
How To Become A Trial And Litigation Attorney? Any Info Would Be Greatly Appreciated!

You go to law school and pass the bar exam.