Try to discuss your concerns with your attorney. If you are not satisfied, consult with other attorneys on taking over the case. You may want to hire a new attorney before firing your current attorney.
Note, this is only general information, not legal advice. Consult an attorney in your state.
I fired my attorney, right in front of the "mediator", and she told me "all the lawyers here are interchangeable. They're going to tell you the same thing. " Had i only known i needed to say it to the judge. Maybe it wouldn't have made a difference at all.
fall at work tore radial nerve out of my right bicep mussel lost all function of my right dominant hand fingers thumb wrist and my neck and back were denied by worker comp ins QME adds to industrial claim and worker comp ins adds as new and further when there from same industrial fall at work like... Read more »
Your lengthy description of events really isn't an Insurance Bad Faith matter. You MAY have an malpractice case against your attorney regarding settling/dismissing some of your claims without your consent.
I suggest consulting with attorneys in your area who handle attorney...Read more »
I'm not comfortable using an attorney in Herkimer county especially one provided by this judge! Especially if my brothers mother in law who could have possibly plaid a hand in his decision to put me and my family on the street in the middle of winter when I was the assaulted party ?
For months the bus driver has been allowing the kids to cross right in front of the bus. Yesterday the bus driver drove off right as my son was starting to cross and other kids were still in the street. My son is young and is now scared of crossing the street.
In most jurisdiction there is a law that says that this would be considered as a a breach of non-competition with your employer. You must therefore find a pertinent laws in your country which states what are the restrictions for your profession. Also you need to check out your employment contract...Read more »
Hi, here recently a rather well known person (who is not a judge or in any way related to the legal sphere of work) publicly showed a person's sealed criminal record. How on earth is that possible, and is doing something like that illegal?
I defaulted on my mortgage, so it went to a legal firm. I paid more than 5000 to a legal firm as part of a payment proposal that never came to fruition. I ended up in court and a year later have to get my mortgage up to date. 5500 dollars is being 'held in trust.' what does this mean?
It appears that you need to examine your agreement with the so called "legal firm", which I am assuming is in writing. Most likely they are supposed to take the money out of trust and pay off the mortgage debt, after subtracting their fees. There may not be enough to payoff the...Read more »
The DA of a certain California County may be guilty of vexatious litigation against me, as well as collusion with a judge. I’m aware these are serious accusations, However, if I can consult with a federal litigation attorney, he/she will understand why I’m concerned once I provide the details.
I think you have a misunderstanding as to what a vexatious litigator is or can be. The DA cannot be a vexatious litigant. Pursuant to CCP 391, et seq., it can only be a pro per litigant who has maintained at least 5 litigations other than small claims to final determination adversely to the person...Read more »
You may qualify for the Covid extension to the statute of limitations which granted an extension from from April 6, 2020, until October 1, 2020. Speak to an personal injury attorney whether the extension applies or whether you might have a claim for malpractice based on your attorney allowing the...Read more »
The LAPD arrested me, the victim instead of the perp, then tried to frame me to cover it up and got caught on film planting falsified evidence. I represented myself and proved in court that the plaintiff's had made their entire story up. But because the cops tried to frame me and got caught,... Read more »
Your best move is to ask your attorney how he or she intends to proceed. One approach could be to challenge the order by way of writ. There is case law that suggests a court should give great deference to physical disability.
acts of moral turpitude have occurred and a state bar complaint was filled on lawyers, can those lawyers/law group still be on that case? it's a family law case. Can I notify the judge of this bar complaint before the hearing resides? and what can the judge do once he learns of these acts of... Read more »
my divorce be null and void since I was forced to comply with the divorce decree under duress? My Lawyer was known for making motions. He filed only 1 in my case and he wasn't even present for it. I was so poorly represented and my lawyer was doing nothing to help me, even though I sent... Read more »
Recently i took a plea for a criminal case and received the final disposition now my license and other things have been suspended due to this case that wasn’t involved in the disposition my license is my way of working and the courts new this
There is no case against the county. The court protocol of accepting a guilty plea is to place that plea on the record with a clear explanation of its terms, conditions and collateral effects on one's life. Also, that plea is given "freely and voluntarily," with all understanding on...Read more »
We have only started our case(2 weeks ago), very little progress, unhappy with his skills, performance, his communication, and specially the way he's calculating the billable times. It's in California. I already know for sure that I would not want to continue with him, but also find... Read more »
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