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My Boss Wants A Law Firm To Pay His Client For Information Pertaining To An Ongoing Litigation.?
I Know It'S Unethical For A Law Firm To Pay For &Quot;Secret Discovery&Quot; But Don'T Know What Ethical Rules Of Conduct To Cite. Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated!
Secret discovery is discovery of evidence that is not turned over to the other party. So long as the information that the law firm pays for is passed on to opposing counsel, who are also advised that the provider was compensated, it's not unethical.
Should I Let My Auto Insurance Or An Attorney Handle An Automobile Personal Injury Case.?
Which Do You Think Would Be The Best In This Case. Would I Have To Pay Less- If Anything- If My Automoblie Insurance Company Settled This For Me Instead Of An Attorney That Would Get 35 Percent ? I'M The Plantiff (Person Injured) And The Other Person Was Cited For Failing To Maintain His Lane. I'M In Sooooo Much Pain Right Now And Need Some Help.
NO WAIT!!! get a lawyer. the insurance company will offer to give you 3000 to go away. so you sign their paper and go away.
the next morning you cant grt into your shirt cuz your arm hurts and your head and neck,too. Your spouse says you are going to thr ER ..and you go, Huh your shoulders are out of their sockets
and you have3 disks out and and 4 broken toes. The hospital calls the INS company who says too bad but he has already sighed the paper and his friend was 18 and was the witness. we gave him3000 dollars and they left so always let your law er do the talking he can get 85,000 for your team, he will take 25000 for sure but you will get the rest in cash and they have to pay for all your medical so you get no Bills and when you get home and recoup a little you can start looking for the house you are gong buy :)
My Felony Court Date Is This Tuesday. I Don'T Have An Attorney, And This Is My First Court Date.?
This Is My First Court Date This Tuesday, And I Don'T Have An Attorney. How Do I Get One Appointed To Me? Are They Going To Ask My Plea? What Do I Say Guilty Or Not Guilty Or No Contest? I'M Guilty Yes, Going Againt Theft 3, Identity Theft And Fraud Use Of A Credit Card. I Don'T Know What To Do. This Is My First Time Offense. Somone Give Me Some Good Helpful Advice. I Returned All The Items Bought. There Was About 500$ Spent. So What Do You Think Will Happen To Me, And What Am I To Do About This Tuesday. ?
Thank You So Much. Please Don'T Judge Me, I Know This Makes Me Out To Be A Bad Person But Im Really Not. I'M So Sorry For What I Had Done
first court date you pea guilty or not guilty... If i were you i would plead not guilty and find your own attorney.... You can request a state attorney there. If you don't have the money i would go to a lawyer and consult with them ... You can do this for free about your case before you hire anyone just to see what they think about your case... But def do the free consulting with some lawyers about your case and try to find a lawyer that can help you out. Theft can put you away for a while.
Hope everything goes o.k. for you
What Is The Difference Between Driving While Intoxicated And Driving Under The Influence?
I'M Making A Graph And I Need To Separate Accident Causes Between Being Drunk And Being High- What Can I Call Them
(Sorry I Know It'S The Wrong Category)
Driving Under the Influence.
It covers both alcohol and drugs.
Eeek! I take that back; it's a total minefield, differing from State to State. This, from the net:
"In some states, the drunk driving laws differentiate between a DUI and a DWI, where the DUI is a lesser charge. In these states, a DUI usually signifies a lesser degree of intoxication, which is determined by a person’s blood alcohol level at the time of arrest. Sometimes, states will allow the charges of a DWI to be reduced to a DUI with the help of a defense attorney.
In the case of a reduction from a DWI to a DUI, certain conditions typically must be met, such as the incident being a first offense, the defendant’s display of remorse for the action, and a blood alcohol level that was not drastically over the legal limit. For example, New York State differentiates between DWI and DUI by establishing a blood alcohol level of .08 as the legal limit for DWI. If a person has a blood alcohol level of .07, the charges may be reduced to a DUI, which carries a lesser punishment.
Some states throughout the country have developed a zero tolerance policy, and consequently, they do not recognize any difference between a DUI and a DWI. As far as the laws of these states are concerned, any blood alcohol level over the specified limit is a crime that will be punished in the same manner. In some states, the terms DUI and DWI are used to indicate whether a person was driving impaired under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In this case, DUI is reserved for illegal drugs.
The United States has, as a nation, cracked down on driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol regardless of how particular states discriminate between DUI and DWI. Every state has a minimum illegal blood alcohol level of .08. DUI and DWI laws are constantly changing, and the instance of any particular state making the differentiation between DUI and DWI other than in the actual wording is quickly diminishing. Many see these terms as merely a preferential way to describe the same crime. In fact, other terms beside these two are also employed, such as OUI and OWI, replacing the D for driving with an O for operating.
In countries outside of the United States, DUI laws are also enforced. Most European countries have a higher tolerance regarding what is considered a DUI. However, these countries also tend to have a lower incidence of people driving while impaired for many reasons, some of which include widespread social norms, attitudes against DUI, and an older age at which people are allowed to receive their driver’s license."
Apologies for my first answer. Hopefully I've made amends with this!
Really Bad Legal Situation.. Law Students And Lawyers Help Please?
So Long Story Short, Tuesday (Sept 9Th) I Smoked Weed With A Guy And It Was My Bud, Then I Was Walking Back To The Bus With Him And He Felt Like He Was Having A Heart Attack, So We Got To The Stop (Like 30 Seconds Away) And Called Him An Ambulance. He Says The Weed We Smoked Was Laced With Pcp According To Some Tests At The Hospital And He Wants Me To Pay His Medical Bill Of What He Says Is $820 (I Still Havent Seen The Blood Report Or Medical Bill) ... The Thing Is, He'S 19 And I'M 15, So He Said I Could Pay It, He'D Bill My Parents, Or He Would Find Me And Kill Me Because He Doesnt Have The Money And Is Leaving For College About 4 Hours Away Sometime Next Week. Being 15, I Sure As Hell Dont Have $820 To Give Him. At First I Said I Would Try To Come Up With The Money To Keep It A Secret From My Parents, But He Said He Was Going To My School To Have Them Contact My Parents, But He Went To The Wrong School, And Thats When I Realized He Only Knows My First Name And Phone Number, Nothing Else, So I Told Him To **** Himself. He Said He Was Filing A Police Report That Hes Taking Me To Court For The Medical Bill (It Didnt Happen On My Property So I Dont Think I Have Any Liabilities Here) And For Attempted Murder (I Talked To The Operator To Get The Ambulance There) So To Me, It Sounds Like Hes Sueing Me For Being There... Today, Friday (Sept 13Th) He Said He Was Taking Me To Court And That I Would Receive The Suit In The Mail In A Few Days...
Is There Any Way He Could Have Gotten My Mailing Address From My Phone Number Because Of The Police Report? Thanks, Im Really Scared, Someone Please Help!
. Every Canadian citizen is covered for hospital care. He is lying about medical costs.
He cannot take you to court for medical bills. He is talking foolish & trying to get money from you.
He doesn't see your address or phone number on police report. When a patient is brought in to
the ER with symptoms of drug use, there is no charge to the patient. He has no access to the police report that contains your personal information. As far as receiving suit in few days. It's not that easy. He has to show proof. Don't pay him a dime.Stop all communication with him & record everything he says.
Vanessa -- we have coverage for life.
Can U Sell Stuff Before It Goes Throw Probate Court?
There Is No Clam Filled In Probate Court From My Dad Passing Away.His Wife Is Selling Stuff Before Probate Papers Are Filed Can She Do That. So When We Go To Court Does She Had To Give His Kids Some Of The Money She Has Got For Selling His Stuff . My Father Told Here What I Got When He Passed Away.She Would Not Let Me Have Everything When She Kicked Us Out The Day My Dad Died.I Have A List Of Stuff That I Was Suppost To Get When My Dad Passed Away And She Would Not Let Me Get My Stuff. I Also Had My Dad Sign It When My Brother Come To See Him. She Seen The List To So She Was Aware Of What Was Going On. Plus Me And My Brother Would Like A Little Bit Of My Dads Ashes And We Was Wondering If We Have To Ask For That In Probate Court Or What.
She Says She Has A Lawyer And He Told Her Not To Talk To Use. That We Cant Go Over To My Dads House. Please Help Me If Possible Can I Talk To You .
Did your father have a will or is the estate passing through intestate succession? The list that you have that your dad signed is probably not a valid testamentary instrument -meaning that it will not serve as a will. Even if the state you live in allows holographic (handwritten) wills they usually have to entirely in decedent's (your dads) handwriting, signed and dated by the decedent.
If your father did not have a valid will then his estate will pass according to the intestate statues in your state. They are all different but usually with your situation, where your dad has children from a prior marriage, half of the estate will go to the spouse and the other half to the children. This will be the poriton of the estate after all the expenses are paid and some things will not pass through probate, such as bank accounts and property that are held in joint tenacies with rights of survivorship. In other words if your dad and his wife had a house and a bank account held in a joint tenacy then that property will pass outside probate to his wife and will not be included in her half (as I understand it).
You should see an attorney so that you can figure out what the relevant statues are in your state. As far as the list signed by your father, you could argue that it was a contract and sue his wife for tortous interference with expentancy, but then you have to litigate and that costs money and may not be worth it depending on the size of the estate. Also you will get a monetary judgment against her only and will not be collecting from your fathers estate even if you win.
Your father should have made lifetime transfers to you of the items that he wanted you to have then you wouldn't have this problem. I am sorry for your loss! Make sure you see an attorney and do not rely on my advice, I am only a law student and I am not a licensed attorney.