as long as I have insurance, my business doesn’t need to use a lawyer
Be careful! While it is true that your insurance company will (probably) supply you with an attorney, this is only true if the lawsuit pertains to a matter covered by your insurance policy.
Additionally, attorneys help you with more than just lawsuits. Your business contracts, employee agreements, tax payments, and other technical business matters can be handled by an attorney.
by Marlene Bertrand 4 years ago
Why do female attorneys wear long hair?Every female attorney I have met wears her hair long. When I was a juror on a misdemeanor case a few years ago, I noticed that all of the female attorneys had long hair. Now, as I watch the television show, "Suits", I notice that all of the female...
by edita 6 years ago
I am not sure if I want to be a lawyer. How can I be sure?
by Pandoras Box 5 years ago
I'm trying to find info. on this but can't find specifics on this. Here's the situation. Marlene has a child with a man who had sole custody of their daughter. However, he and she always worked it out for her to have visitation.Now he has died, and Marlene is trying to get her daughter back. She...
by Angel Davitkov 8 years ago
Let's say I come to you and tell you I am married with two teenager kids As my lawyer ,instead of your charging me $100 or $200 per hour to provide legal services for me and my family ,I ask that we work out a flat-fee arrangement that I can pay you each month to cover any legal needs we might have...
by Roberta McIlroy 6 years ago
My son-in-law left my daughter for a girl half his age. He has moved in with his gf but continually sneaks into my daughters house when she is at work or asleep and takes photos of everyone and the house. My grandsons are 11 and 8. They have ADHD and ODD. Every...
by Credence2 20 months ago
Well, folks, I confess to love the internet and the World Wide Web because I get to learn so much. What is this non-compete agreement concept? Please read the first two articles, the second is rather lengthy, for an answer.After you have read, ask yourself, if conservatives are so much for...
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