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Do Grandparents Have Any Visitation Rights In The State Of Florida?
No. In 1996, the Supreme Court of Florida ruled that a Florida statute that allowed grandparents to petition a court for visitation with grandchildren when parents had denied such visitation was an unconstitutional deprivation of the said parents' right to be free of governmental intrusion into the family.
It was further solidified in VonEiff vs. Azieri in 1998. The ruling in that case had to do with a maternal grandparents wanting independent visitation rights after the mother had died when the father objected when the father was found to be a fit parent.
Exception would be if the parent/parents were found to be unfit, then a grandparents could be granted legal custody.
Hiring A Personal Bodily Injury Lawyer?
I Was In A Car Collision Nov. 16, 2011 And My Suv Was Totaled. I Have Problems With My Knees, Headaches, Back, And Nightmares. Should I Hire A Pi Lawyer? I Don'T Want To Get The Short End Of The Stick.
I had a similar experience & so as other I know and chances are you will get the short end of the stick when it comes to pain and suffering. The lawyer will send you to a doctor that he or she chooses. You will be seen / treated several times a weeks for god knows how long and once your case is settled the lawyer will walk away with the biggest share, leaving you with very little.
Last year my niece was involved in an accident that wasn't her fault. Her car was totaled and she suffered a few minor injuries. The insurance company gave her the blue book value for the car within days. After receiving the medical report of her injuries they offered $10,000. The amount is the minimum amount ever drive must carry for personal injuries in my state.
She said no and hired a PI Lawyer, he sued for the same amount they offered. Long story short, she won her case and after the doctor he sent her to got his cut and he got his, she walked away with Cool $2000. She could have received $10.000 within weeks instead of $2000 a year later.
Become A Criminal Law Lawyer Or Become A Surgeon?
I Really Like Both Careers. But When I Think About Becoming A Lawyer And Then Possibly Branching Out Into Politics Deep Down Inside It Makes Me Feel Good. The Only Turn Off Is The Salary.
When I Think About Become A Surgeon Either Cardiovascular, E.R Or Plastic Surgeon I Feel That I Can Make A Good One, And I Like The Salary, But I Dont Get The Same Feeling I Do If I Think About Becoming A Lawyer.
Can Anyone Please Give Me Some Advice??
Become a lawyer. It seems as if you want to become a surgeon only because of the salary. If you're a lawyer, your salary could be unlimited depending on how passionate and competent you are.
Do I Need A Lawyer?
I Was Hit By An Suv While Crossing Main Street In The Crosswalk In Fact I Was About 2&Quot; From The Yellow Line In The Center Of The Street When I Was Hit. Both Lanes Of Traffic On Main Street Had Stopped To Let Me Cross, When A Vehicle Shot Out Of A Side Street And Hit Me. She Somehow Drove Over My Foot From Toes To Top Of Foot And I Fell Down With My Body And Foot Now Pointing Down Main Street Instead Of Across It. I Also Have Her Tire Prints Just Abov My Ankle Bone And Just Behind My Knee. I Saved My Pants With The Markings From The Accident Showing The Black Marks From Her Tires Going Around My Foot And Up Side Of My Leg.
I Am Going For An Mri But The Bone Specialist Seems To Think This Will Heal With Time. She'S Ordering Mri Just To Make Sure I Didn'T Tear Cartlidge.
If This Is Just A Knee Sprain Should I Settle Without A Lawyer? For How Much? Anyone Got Any Idea What This Case Is Worth On Those Grounds? I Live In Maine So It Would Have To Be Maine Rates. Thank You Very Much
I live in Texas, so I can't say a thing about settlement rates in the state of Maine.
And I have no clue how much your case would be worth on the grounds you've stated.
But personally, if I were you, I really would find a lawyer to represent your best interests...definately since this will be a medical issue.
It MAY be just a knee sprain. Or something else could develop because of the accident.
Child Support Case, Attorney? Blackmail?
I Recently Requested Info From The Attorney General, And They Set Up A Child Support Case Against My Will, Even After I Canceled The Case.
Well Now, My 11 Month Old'S Father, Who Has Seen Him Three Times Since Birth, Has Hired An Attorney, An Dis Going Full Force Intoe A Custody/Support Battle.
He'S Going Into His First Year Of College 2 1/2 Hours Away, Has Had Almost No Contact With Us Or The Child, Doesn'T Have A Job. But Has A Rich Grandmother.
And His Mother Told Me They Would Completely Back Off And Give Up The Case If I Sign My Rights Ot My Son To My Parents (I Am Not An Unfit Mother Or Anything Along Those Lines) But If I Refused Then They Would Persue The Lawsuit, Is That Blackmail?
I Need Some Advice On How To Go About Him Not Getting Custody...
And Does Anyone Know Of Some Really Good Family Law Attorneys Around The Houston-Huntsville Area?
Apparently you received some sort of public support (welfare). That is generally why the AG gets involved in a child support case.
In most states you can't just "sign over your rights," in spite of what people say, without a court hearing, so what "his mother" is telling you doesn't make sense. Is she a lawyer or judge?
The legal test for custody is "the best interests of the child."
Google "[your state] legal aid"
If You Don'T Have Insurance, Jobless But In A Lawsuit Over A Personal Injury Accident That Happened At Work?
How Long Approximately Does It Usually Take To Settle With The Help Of A Attorney?
And By Insurance I Mean Health Insurance, Sorry, Not Enough Room In The Question Field.
If you are in litigation regarding an accident that happened at work, why aren't you getting Workers' Compensation? If you suffered an injury at work, you are probably entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits like disability payments, and that might also help cover medical costs related to the injury. I don't know what state you are in, but I worked in Workers' Comp in Ohio and in OH, it didn't matter if your employer had Workers' Comp insurance. If you were injured in the course of employment, you could apply for benefits. If your employer wasn't insured, the state would pay you then go after your employer for reimbursement. I'm pretty sure every state but TX is like that. Just beware that if you receive medical benefits from Workers' Comp, then you settle a civil suit, there might be subrogation issues. Sorry if you've already thought of all this, I just thought I would mention it.
My mom's personal injury lawsuit took over a year to settle (this was an auto accident). I think it depends upon the amount of money involved, and whether key facts are disputed. Sorry to state the obvious, but...the best idea is to ask your attorney. If he/she does a lot of personal injury work, they will know the habits of the particular insurance company and can probably give you an estimate.