Hermitage, TN asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Nursing Home Abuse and Social Security for Virginia

Q: What's the best way for me to find an attorney to represent me in a fraud/wrongdoing case against me & a deceased party

I would be the plaintiff

I'm searching for an excellent trial attorney on a success fee basis

Extreme injustice done

This doesn't involve probate, it involves litigation

It involves social security disability money, breach of fiduciary duty, fraudulent lying in court of one party in order to gain monetary control, pain & suffering & early death as a result of stress & lifestyle, conspiracy to obtain life insurance money, also the deceased had a blunt injury to the head.

Please, I need guidance in this matter, on how to find a great Trial attorney to right this wrong. Any outside the box ways to find the attorney would be appreciated!

4 Lawyer Answers
Daniel P Leavitt
Daniel P Leavitt
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Midlothian, VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: If you're alleging someone was killed then the police and prosecutor would handle that on the criminal law side of your question.

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F. Paul Maloof
F. Paul Maloof
Answered
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: I suggest you call the local Bar Association in the city or county in which these matters happened. They may be able to direct you to one of the attorneys in that jurisdiction who has experience with the matters you described.

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
Answered

A: Based on these preliminary facts, this appears to be a complex matter that involves a number of overlapping areas. You could additionally consult with attorneys who handle complex personal injury/wrongful death (you describe pain and suffering and early death) matters on a contingency fee (you describe a success fee-basis).

Tim Akpinar

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Susan Fremit
Susan Fremit
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Spotsylvania , VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: You can click on "find a lawyer" on this website and look at the drop down menu for litigation. You can then google to find information about that attorney. Then make an appointment and discuss your case with that attorney. This is no different from finding a great surgeon.

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