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Rules Not to Overlook When You Need a lawyer That Will Help You Win Your Case

A:  Finding the right lawyer can be tough today. There are so many choices, how do you pick one that will represent you best and help you win your case. Here is help on how to pick a good lawyer. It is no surprise that most people struggle when looking for a lawyer today. There are so many choices it can be confusing and intimidating. The media doesn''t help much with all the stories about lawyers who are ruthless and are in it just for the money, or those that take advantage of people. Luckily that type of lawyer is in the minority. Most are very professional and very good at what they do and will help you with best representation possible. These

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lawyers: Are lawyers obsolete in Internet Age? who needs a lawyers? law is free free free on web?

A:  I used to worry about that...but look around this category, and you''ll see a whole lot of free legal advice from people who have no idea what they''re talking about... This reminds me how many people will be crawling to me when things go south. You can''t take your computer to court to argue to a jury for you. lawyers will never be obsolete. p.s. I''m curious as to why a similar question was asked about law schools, but by a different avatar, but with a very similar name... weird... LOL! It is the interpretation of what is written. Some laws are simple - it is illegal@@## to kill someone, for example. Or is it? it depends. This is where

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D.U.I if you get pulled over and you know your over the limit, is it better to blow or deny a test?

A:  I disagree completely with the guy above. NEVER take a sobriety test of ANY kind. You are under NO obligation to incriminate yourself. First, don''t get drunk and drive. Set a limit for yourself, and don''t even put yourself in the situation to get a DWI. If you are pulled over and you''ve been drinking, you should be courteous to the officer, but politely decline to engage in ANY sort of sobriety test. Don''t follow the pen with your eyes. Don''t touch your fingers to your nose. Don''t stand on one leg. Don''t walk a straight line. And NEVER take a breath test. You might get arrested. You might have your license suspended. But that is WAY better than offering up PROOF that you''re drunk. Plus, if you they do get a warrant to extract blood, that could take 30...

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Is is unacceptable to take my child to court with me?

A:  You can take your child to court with you. There is usually a separate area with seating for people to wait until their case is called. It would probably be best for you to bring someone else along to watch your son while your case is heard. No, it will influence the jury, maybe even agenst you, if they see your kid and imagine you driving with him under that prescription medication. If the child is capable of being alone and quiet while in his seat, he should be fine. No, as long as he''s able to control himself. The only issue would be if he had to go to the bathroom during the trial. do, it. who cares. he won''t remember. Why wast money on a babysitter...

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My Ex Husband Abandoned me and Left me in Financial Ruin, How do I Find a lawyer that Does Pro Bono Work?

A:  “My husband abandoned me in February 2006. He inherited a huge amount of money from his father’s passing in January 2006 of which I know I am not entitled to nor have I ever asked him for any of that money. We originally had the home and all the bills (with the exception of the cable) in my name. He committed tax and FEMA fraud, abandoned me and left me without a job or any money, physically abused our cat, contracted without a license (he doesn’t even have a high school diploma), has two valid driver’s license (one in Florida and one in New Jersey), stole items from the neighbors, has illegal@@## guns,...

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How to Find a lawyer That''s Right For You

A:  Here''s is How to find a lawyer and some important questions to ask when you''re interviewing lawyers: How long has the lawyer been practicing and do they specialize in a particular type of case? (DUI? Brain Injuries? legal Malpractice?)What types of legal cases does the law firm or lawyer handle most of the time?Will they negotiate fees or use a flat-fee? Do they offer free consultations?What types of options are there for resolving your case? (Litigation? Mediation? Plea Deal?)What is realistic to expect in terms of communication with the law firm? When will calls be returned and questions answered? Will they keep you informed?Will staff...

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How could if find a lawyer that specializes in medical malpractice, in particular instruments that failed.?

A:  I don''t know how it is in San Diego but where I live they advertise like car dealers on every channel 24/7. I''m surprised the ambulance chasers haven''t found you!!! Call the lawyer referral service if your state has that. I don''t know if CA does. What you need to watch out for is the statute of limitations though. Many states limit the time in which you can bring a suit for this type of case to two years. You may be running out of time. just go to the yelow pages it''s broken down in there under their specialities !! I''m sorry for your injury !! Use the phone book to identify attorneys and firms that specialize in medical malpractice. Then call several of their offices and ask if you can schedule a free first consultation. Tell them your story, and see if...

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Does anyone know a lawyer? I need legal advice

A:  I am not a lawyer. If you need a lawyer I recommend retaining one that specializes in exactly what you need them for. I use or have used the law firms; Trusts and estate planning. http://www.devinemillimet.com/ Real Estate and corporate law. http://www.nashualaw.com/ Criminal law/OUI law http://www.wilsondurkinbush.com/ Workmans compensation/personal injury http://www.follenderlaw.com/Overview.shtml If you need legal assistance and have limited or no money legal aid might be the best bet. http://www.legal-aid.org/...

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My ex-husband decided that he did not have to pay any of his paid past medical expenses, including dental and vision. I took him back to court on a contempt charges and the judge ordered him to pay all past due medical, including dental, vision ect. However, since then my ex-husband has now decided that he will no longer pay any dental or vision expenses since it is not stated in our final decree. He has stated may times that if I want him to pay those expenses then I would have to take him back to court. My questions does court ordered health insurance cover dental and is there a case that I can reference to? Also, what is considers a ?reasonable cost? for insurance, b/c my ex-husband has also decided he will no longer provide insurance due to that clause in the decree. Final Judgment and DecreeHealth Insurance:The father shall maintain health insurance on the children for so long as health insurance is provided at reasonable costs by his employer. The parties shall split any uncovered medical not paid by insurance. Except in an emergency, the parties shall make every effort to use medical providers covered by the health insurance policy.

A:  There''s a very simple solution. Take him back to court. courts don''t like parents that play games with the well-being of their children. I would strongly recommend that you hire an attorney to help you. Best of luck.*******The above is for informational purposes only and does not create an attorney-client relationship.******...

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I was in escrow on a property that turned out to have a lot of damage. Many repairs needed to be done. After several inspections, I lowered the price of my offer and was refused by the seller. My deposit is now sitting in an escrow account because the seller feels that he is entitled to keep it. Is my only option to take this person to court to get my deposit released from escrow?

A:  In California, as in most jurisdictions, a Buyer usually deposits with escrow a good faith deposit. The terms and conditions concerning the use and return of the deposit are controlled by the contract between the Buyer and Seller. Generally, the Buyer is entitled to the return of the deposit if the Buyer timely disapprove of the condition of the Property. For instance, where the Buyer timely inspects the Property and determines that the Property is not in acceptable condition, the Buyer may cancel the Escrow and receive the return of the deposit. A Buyer however must comply with the contract terms. If the purchase agreement provides the Buyer 15 days to approve or disapprove the condition of the Property, the Buyer must act accordingly, Waiting 30 days to disapprove the inspection may...