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Do Lawyers Need Chemistry?
I Heard From Someone That Lawyers Don'T Need Chemistry Because Forensic Scientists Take Care Of It. I Thought Lawyers Do Need To Know Chemistry, Things Like Blood Drying Up, Alcohol In Someones Blood System, Etc. Am I Wrong? Do Lawyers Need Chemistry Or Is It Just Good To Know?
Lawyers have to get an undergraduate degree in something.
Lawyers rely on experts to make their case, whether it is for a criminal trial (forensic experts) or civil; ie medical malpractice. However, it helps if the lawyer has a basic understanding of the reports that they are looking at. It also helps the lawyer to have a basic understanding because a lawyers job is to establish facts by asking witnesses questions. They need to ask the questions so a jury (or the judge can understand what is being asked) The lawyer might also want to take the witnesses testimony and re-phrase it into a simple question to help people understand.
The other area of law that chemistry is helpful is if a lawyer plans to do patent law. Licensing for patent law requires a separate test. To be eligible for that test, the lawyer needs to possess a Bachelor's of Science degree,
What Is Playerup.Com'S Mailing Address Or Phone Number?
My Lawyer Would Like To Contact Them Because Playerup.Com Is Publically Displaying My Personal Info And Refuses To Give Out Any Of Their Personal Info. My Lawyer Wants To Contact Them But I Cant Seem To Get A Mailing Address Or Phone Number To Give Yo My Lawyer To Contact Playerup.Com. Can Anyone Help Please?
Their website says they go by the law of Delaware, so they are probably incorporated there. Delaware allows corporation to hide behind agent companies, so it may be difficult to get that information without a court order.
Playerup is mentioned somewhere in this court case, but I can't figure out how to do a search on the PDF, so I will let you look through it - there may be clues:
If you go to https://www.whois.net/ and do a lookup of Playerup.com, you will get some information- they use Godaddy.
Here is more- they appear to be based in Dallas?
that's what I can find, so far...
OK, one more-
They are administered by Domainsbyproxy.com, which is part of GoDaddy.com. According to this website, you should be able to get their info for $20.
Good luck. I'll send you my bill <wink>
Can I Get Charged For Missing A Legal Consultation Appointment?
I Set Up A Consultation With An Attorney A Couple Days Ago Via Phone And Gave The Law Office My Name And Number, But Decided To Meet With A Different Attorney Instead. Is There Someway That They Can Charge Me (They Charge $165.00 An Hour For A Consultation) For Missing The Appointment Without Calling In Advance? All They Have Is My Name And Number (Which Means They Could Probably Get Other Information Pretty Easily). Or Am I Just Being Completely Paranoid?
Yes, you can get charged for missing a legal consultation. I am a paralegal and I've hunted down people with only their name. We have our ways, databases and legal subscriptions. If a good paralegal knows enough about your situation, and any other information such as who and what the consultation was about, they can get your address.
However, with that said, if they didn't ask for your full information, they probably don't charge for missed appointments. Not all law firms charge for the missed time. It takes too much effort to chase down non-clients.
I Have Been Going To My Dr. For 3 Years Now And Trust Her Completely. She Has Had Me On Seroquel And Wellbutrin For 2 Years And Just Decided To Up My Dosage Of Wellbutrin (Against My Wishes). I Didn'T Have A Reason To Raise The Dose, She Just Said She Wanted To. Well After 1 Week Of Taking The Higher Dose I Had A Seizure (Thank Goodness I Wasn&Quot;T Driving My Son Anywhere!!!) I Fell Off A Really High Chair And Broke My Nose, Lacerated It Resulting In Many Stitches And A Nasty (Soon To Be) Scar And Had A Concussion. When I Went In To See Her After This Event She Said She Knew She Shouldn'T Have Increased The Dose With My Past Medical History Of Bulima (I Guess The Pdr Says Not To Give To Bulima Patients) And She Said That She Also Has Had Another Pt. Have A Seizure At The Higher Dose Too. And The Pdr Says That The Higher Dose Has A High Risk Of Seziures. Should I Sue? I'Ve Racked Up A Lot Of Bills, Had To Drop Out Of School B/C Of The Concussion And Missed 1 Month Of Work.
I'm sorry you had to go through this. Medical malpractice is a negligence issue. However, instead of holding the doctor to an "ordinary reasonable person" standard, we hold them to the standard of the average member of the local medical community, or in the case of a specialist, to the National Standard.
Where it gets tricky is that you MUST present expert testimony to prove a medical malpractice case. Your expert must be knowledgeable about psych meds, must say that your doctor made a choice that was unreasonable, and that didn't meet the medical standard for whatever level your doctor is to be held to.
It's sometimes very difficult to find a doctor who is willing to testify against another doctor, and it can get very expensive. Look in the yellow pages for an attorney who handles med mal, and see if they will give you a no-charge consultation. If you have a good case, they may take it on contingency. Otherwise, this is going to get expensive for you.
Good luck. Namaste.
EDIT: thumbs down? This is straight out of my Torts text - what more do you people want?!?
Does Anyone Know How To Contact A Pro Bono Family/Civil Rights Attorneys???
This Would Be Cocerning A Couple Who Had A Child And The Father Is A Sex Offender And The Department Of Health And Human Services Came And Took Thier Child Because The Father Is A Sex Offender. This Is Thier Biological Child Thier Was Not Areport Of Abuse Or Anything Else The Only Reason They Took The Baby Is Because The Father Is A Sex Offender. Isn'T This A Vialation Of Some Rights?This Man Commited His Crime 16Years Ago. And Has Not Been In Any Trouble Since. Someone Please Help????
ABLE is the only free legal service I can think of. If the state takes the case to court the parents will be appointed a attorney by the court. But sometimes court appointed attorneys are not as good as choosing ones own attorney. I would look in the phone-book for the nearest ABLE legal services.
Since there is sexual abuse history with the father that might be why the state took the child. The important thing is getting the child back in the home. Not defending the father and his past.
What Is A Good Advertising Site When Looking For A Good Litigation Attorney But You Can'T Afford Them?
There Is A Homeless Guy In My Community. He Is Not A Bum At All; He Works As A Custodian In A Gas Station But Still Can'T Afford A Lawyer. He Was A Whistle Blower, And His Signature Was Forged On A Piece Of Paper. He Has Evidence. Please Help Me To Help Him. I Already Have A Listing On Craigslist.Com. Thanks!
Try a local or state bar association....they may have an attorney referral service..
If he has the proof, and damages, he may get an attorney to take the case on contingency.