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How To Find A Good Lawyer.?
I Got Charged With Dui A Few Days Ago And Trying To Find A Lawyer.

www.lawyers.com

www.findit.com/lawyer

Liability For Tripping Hazards In Parking Lots?
Who Is Liable If Someone Trips Over A Raised Pavement Marker In A Commercial Parking Lot? The Operator Of The Lot, The Owner Of The Lot, The Installer Of The Marker? All Three? If The Answer Differs By State, I'M Interested In Ca, But Would Be Interested In Where To Look To Find State-Specific Info.

I handled a similar liability claim on behalf of a business for an injury on their premises.
The injured party sued the parking lot owner. Witnesses were the lot attendant, paving contractor, and the owner of the lot along with witnesses for the plaintiff/claimant.

You and your attorney must show that there was negligence on behalf of the owner. The injuries were caused on the premises and due to the negligence. Then the damages as a result of the injuries. You must show the legal height of curbing within the city, the curbing was clearly marked or not and whether other injuries had occurred on the premises before.
You will have a good argument if the curbing was damaged or not painted or if the height is above or even below code.

The owner of the lot will have premises liability coverage.
http://www.nacsonline.com/NR/exeres/0000...

http://gbr.pepperdine.edu/041/liability....

Legal Basis for Premises Liability
The principal California jury instruction[10] specifies that the owner/occupant/lessor of a property is under a duty to exercise ordinary care in the use, maintenance or management of such premises in order to avoid exposing people to an unreasonable risk of harm. This duty exists whether the risk of harm is caused by a natural condition or an artificial condition created on the premises. A failure to fulfill this duty to exercise care is considered negligence. If the harm that results is foreseeable by a reasonable person who should be aware -- actually or constructively -- of the risk, then the law imposes liability, and thus legal responsibility. In the absence of actual knowledge of a dangerous condition, the law may impose “constructive knowledge” on the owner or occupier by reason of a failure to adequately inspect the premises as required by the nature of the activity on the land.

I Need A Good Workers Comp Lawyer In California?
I Hurt My Back At Work Was Fired On The Way To The Doctor I Recovered Found A New Job Worked There For A Week And Hurt My Back Again I Was Honest Told The New Insurance Company Of The Previous Injury After Running Me Though Their Red Tape 3 Months Later I Recieve A Letter Of Denial Have Not Recieved A Dime From These Pricks I Have Now Been Cut Off From Medical Care If It Wasnt For State Disability I Would Be Homeless Right Now And This Is My Reward For Being Honest

You do need to get a referral from someone. A lot of workers' comp attorneys are very poor at communications, and tend to take a great deal of time to resolve cases because their case loads are too heavy. After I heard horror story after horror story about lack of communication I started questioning other attorneys (non-workers' comp) for their recommendations for my friend and found a great law firm for her. So ask around and see what you hear.

Also, once you have a name, check that attorney at www.calbar.ca.gov for any history of discipline.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
Ok Well My Grandma Was In A Villa,And The Thing That Helps Her Get Up Broke And Dropped Her And Made Her Die. The Lift Company Said They Are Taking All Responisilibty And Want To Settle, And My Uncle Denied The Offer And Is Now Sending A Larger Offer We Will Know How Much Its For Next Week, Im Just Wondering How Much It Could Be?

many things affect the amount of settlement in wrongful death and survival actions such as the age of the deceased, the health of the deceased, the pain and suffering incurred, the liability policy limits, etc. therefore, without a full consultation and review of medical bills, it would be impossible to put a number on it.

you also just mentioned wrongful death action. what about a survival action? you most likely have one of those as well. you may want to consider speaking with an attorney to help maximize your claim in addition to properly apportioning proceeds between wrongful death and survival actions to decrease inheritance tax liability.

final note, you will need to petition the court to approve the settlement of a wrongful death action. It's normally called a Petition to Settle Death Claim. you may want to consult an attorney to have these issues more fully explained to you.

What Is Your Custody Agreement?
What Is Your Custody Agreement And How Old Is Your Child? My Daughter Is 2 Months, My Ex And I Can'T Agree On An Arrangement. I Suggested Every Other Weekend And Alternating Holidays. He Wants Every Other Weekend And Two Nights A Week. I Don'T Think That'S Enough Stability For A Baby. Opinions Or Suggestions? We Were Never Married If That Matters.

The custody arrangement between my husband and his first wife is every other weekend. It's never been formal. He's old enough now that he will say, "I want to stay at mom's this weekend." We've basically been at her mercy. We've gone for a month without seeing him. He's been at our house for 8 weeks while his mom was visiting family and friends and going on vacation.

We don't have any holiday arrangements either. She is now remarried and if she wants to go to her new in-laws, she will make her son go as well. We generally get him the day or two after Christmas and Thanksgiving.

If I had to give you advice, I'd say make sure you go to court and have something drawn up officially.

Question On Custody Rights?
My Daughter Is 28 Months Old, Has Never Seen Her Father, And Her Father Is Not On Her Birth Certificate, Nor Has Paternity Been Established. Her Father And Myself Made An Agreement When She Was Conceived That I Would Never Ask For Child Support And He Would Have No Contact With Her. This Has Been The Case. However, His Mother Has Wanted Contact With Her Grandchild Eversince This Agreement (Not Ever Taken To The Courts, Just Between Us) Was Established. She Also Has Never Seen My Daughter. He And I Want To Terminate Parental Rights However He Must Be Of Age To Do So And He Is Still A Year Under The Limit. My Fear Is That If Something Happens To Me Before The Next Year Can He Prove Paternity And His Mother Get My Daughter. Not That I Plan On Dying, But The Idea Of My Daughter Never Seeing These People And Deemed To Live With Them An Uprooted From The Family She Has Been With All Her Life Has Troubled Me. Just Wondered If This Could At All Be Possible. Also Would My Mother Have Any Rights Since She Has Been The One To Watch My Child Every Night While I'M In Class. Just Wondering. Thanks.

I suggest you draft a simple will giving all your worldly goods to your mother and naming her guardian of your daughter. Then even if the father wanted to prove maternity and try and get custody, the courts would know what your wishes were and will probably grant custody to your mother. Should he prove paternity, he'd probably get visitation, which could include his mother, but he'd also have to pay child support - with or without the visitation.