In 1998, he created a QPRT for them, which owns their home. Their three adult children are beneficiaries. Two of the beneficiaries don't like the idea of inheriting a house without a step-up in basis. The lawyer wrote to the third, who is the successor trustee, to tell her that, and also that,... Read more »
It was for a monetary position and I think the report was edited before being sent to me verses the report sent to the decision makers in the situation. So she basically changed my medical records before sending them to me *after taking steps to keep me from seeing the report at all. There are... Read more »
If you are considering bringing a legal malpractice lawsuit, you should confer with an experienced legal malpractice attorney prior to your taking any action, including filing a complaint with the bar.
i wrk for Goodyear i wrk from 8 to 6 pm but they only payed me for 49 hrs, when i got hire i mention that i had to got school Monday/Thursday, today they wanted me to stay for a meeting, i explain to the manger that i had to go to school and that going to school was more important, that staying for... Read more »
Have picture of the maintenance man standing on a ladder in my room at that time confronting nurses they act like it's normal then later on it came apologized and told me that they would let me know if anybody else wants to come to my room then cuz he's there to fix laptops nurses knew he... Read more »
Yes. It may be malpractice or it may breach of contract.
Please take note, there are strict time deadlines where you must file your lawsuit in Court or take other action or you will be forevermore barred from compensation. I have not advised you as to the date...Read more »
I am the owner of a small business in Los Angeles, California. I am allowed to give 6 paid sick days per year. One of my employees in management level has already taken 10 sick days within 6 months and still expects to be paid for any additional sick days. It's listed in the employee handbook... Read more »
I needed him to investigate and he needed me to sign a lien against probate and then he proceeded to "not" do the things that I asked him to investigate and just went thru the motions pretending to represent me and charged me over 25k mostly for transportation for him to go to the court... Read more »
So if the settlement is $50,00 and the fees are $10,000 I believe they must deduct the $10,000 and then take their 40% of $40,000,even if my son signed an agreement in 2015- in his ignorance - that says otherwise
If a law firm intentionally Mis represents a plaintiff , has his case dismissed intentionally and you later find out why they did because they represented one of the defendants in the past. Does that allow the plantiff since his civil rights where violated a new civil trial for product liability ?
that a police report read the police arrived at 4:59. It states dispatched. It's a big deal, the time, and a matter of 3 hours. She refers to the exhibit and states for court and counsel, repeats this 3 times. When my counsel in questioning a witness states, wasn't that actually 8:00,... Read more »
The issue should first be brought to the judge The judge will simply look at the evidence. If the attorney is misstating the evidence, your lawyer will point this out and the opposing attorney will be lose credibility. You can report unethical conduct to the state bar.
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