Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise which they focus on your sort of case. This could make the entire process of finding one with quite a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it is possible to limit your quest on the right one out of almost no time. The initial step is to make a set of the lawyers which can be listed in the area that specialize in your needs. While you are making this list you need to only include those that you have an effective vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using some time evaluating their website. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to people which you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate level of experience. You should then take the time to search for independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure to look at the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The info from the reviews provides you with a solid idea of the direction they connect with the clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, you will need to talk with a minimum of the last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This provides you with some time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing you and your case. It is important to follow many of these steps to ensure that you find a person that has the best amount of experience to obtain the very best outcome.
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If You Have A Felony For Dui Can You Become A Physical Therapist?
Got A Felony For Dui Of Alochol In 2008 No Deaths Involved. Currently In School With Hopes To Become A Pt Not Sure If I'Ll Be Able To Get A Job After School As A Pt With A Felony. Hopefully A Pt Will Answer This Pleaseeeee
As a Physical therapist needs to be licensed you will need to take your states board exam, However most state board exams do not let convicted felons sit for the test.
You can petition to have your felony DUI Expunged from your record you will need to hire an attorney to assist you with the expungement process. The lawyer will compile information about your case and file a motion with the court to expunge the conviction. After receiving approval, the attorney will present the expungement order to all agencies that have a record of your conviction. In some states, an attorney may need to have the felony DUI reduced to a misdemeanor in order to expunge the record. Note that an experienced attorney should represent you, as these motions are complex and require specialized legal expertise.
Should I Talk To The Insurance Adjuster Or Get An Attorney?
I Was Recently In A Car Accident; A Car Ran A Red Light And Hit Me, Totaled My Car And I Was Taken To The Er. I Have Some Substantial Cuts And Bruises, But No Major Or Long-Lingering Injuries. The Person Who Hit Me Has Already Admitted To Fault. The Person At Fault's Insurance Adjuster Called Today While I Was Gone And Wanted My Story About The Accident And My Injuries. I Know They Can't Access My Medical Records Without My Consent; Do They Need Them To Make An Offer? I'm Afraid To Sign Any Kind Of Release For Fear Of Trickery. Should I Just Retain An Attorney? If Not, Do I Have To Give Any Certain Information Or Release My Medical Records Before They Can Give Me An Offer?
Do not talk to the other driver's insurance company at all - ever again. You talk to your insurance company, and they can negotiate with the other insurance company. Generally, your company is obligated to represent you, unless you plan on suing the guy. Then get an attorney, unless you're going to small claims court. FYI, attorney's generally take about a quarter to a third of your settlement or so, after expenses. Most will give you a free initial consulation.
Don't sign a medical release at this point, without your insurance company asking you for it. The general rule of thumb is you'll be offered double what your medical bills were, if you don't have a permanent injury. That's to help cover pain and suffering.
So if your medical bills came to $1,500.00, their offer would be around $3,000.00. Did you lose time from work or have to rent a car? That should be added on top of the injury offer. Plus, whatever repairs are needed to your car.
Example: $3,000.00 (twice your $1,500.00 medical expense), $200.00 (wages for one day), $250.00 (car insurance rental), $1,000.00 (car repair) so the total offer would be about $4,450.00. These numbers are generalities, so don't get hung up on getting exactly twice your medical expenses, etc.
Do not sign anything without first getting it approved through your insurance company. I'd capitalize the previous line, but don't want to yell at you.
I'm no attorney, but worked for several insurance companies over the years. Hope this helps you. Good luck and I hope you make a complete recovery and soon!
Social Security. To Swap Attorneys Before Or After Appeals Council?
I Am In The Process Of Moving.
Whether It'S Better To File With Existing Attorney, Then Move?
Or Move, Then File With An Attorney In That City?
Please Help Me Decide.
Even though you are moving there is no reason at this point to switch attorneys. I'd stick with the attorney you have because the Appeals Council Review is merely a paper review. No one has to appear before a judge or any other employee of the Social Security Administration. The odds of it being approved at the Appeals Council Review level are slim to none. The Appeals Council Review is the last decision to be made by Social Security. The next, and last, step of the appeals process is to file an appeal with the US Federal District Court. Why don't you talk to your attorney and ask him/her if he thinks pursuing it beyond the Appeal Council Review level would result in an approval? And if you should decide to follow through on that ask him if you think you need to get a new attorney - you wouldn't need a new attorney, for example, if you will be moving within the same federal court district jurisdiction.
However, he would probably recommend that you get a new attorney if you will be moving out of the jurisdiction. As good as he may be he wouldn't be as good as a good attorney in the new jurisdiction who would be familiar with the local (and new) social security office you will be dealing with.
If I Drive Under The Influence....?
With Somebody Elses Car And Our Child In The Backseat, But I Know Im Drunk, I Get A Slap On The Wrist And A Fine To Pay, Mybe Some Probation. Is That Really It? Any Comments..
You're underestimating the penalties and personal inconvenience...
Fine: Up to $5,000 (Maybe more in some states since it can be a higher penalty if there's a child in the car)
Court costs: Between $50 and $1,000 depending upon your city, county, or state court. Even more, if you go to trial and request a jury!
Attorneys fees: $1,500 minimum, or more.
Drivers License restriction, suspension or revocation depending upon the circumstances
Court-ordered driving school (at your cost) if an accident is involved
Court ordered alcohol abuse classes (at your cost...and can be as much as 1-2 times per week for several months)
Court-ordered community service hours (between 0 and 500+ hours of work for which you DON'T get paid)
Probation for 1 to 5 years (You pay the state fees for the probation officer to administer your case)
In some cities, counties, or states, you can also be ordered to do jail time for a first offense. In Phoenix, AZ for example you can be sentenced to 6 months to a year in jail for a FIRST offense! (...and when in jail, you do NOT collect a paycheck...how do you support your family?)
I Am A Single Mother Looking For A Cheap Attorney ?
Iam About To Go To Court For Custody And Child Support Ive Never Done This Before And I Dont Know Where To Start My Ex Is Trying To Get Full Custody And Is Trying To Get Out Of Paying Child Support And I Need Help With All This!
Look up a few attorney's in your yellow pages. They should list their specialties. Look for one that specializes in family law. Then call for a first appointment which is almost always free. Explain your circumstances to the lawyer, if he isn't willing to cut you a good deal, he may know a colleague that does take on "pro-bono" cases.
Also, try out this link: http://www.lawhelp.org
They help low income people.
I Need A New York Attorney That Deals With Chapter 13 Bankruptcy And Is Not Too Expensive?
Do You Know Of A Lawyer In New York City (Or The Neighbourhoud) That Deals With Bankruptcy Chapter 13 And That Works With A Payment Schedule? (The Ones That I Had Contacted Just Fill It Up When They Receive The Full Payment For The Case And I Do Not Have That Amount Of Money At Once)
Its best you get advice like this directly from an attorney. Most offer free initial consultations. You can find a good bankruptcy lawyer in Riverside at the link below. I also put a few links for California Lawyers, Legal Advice, and Legal Articles.