My lawyer fired me i think

My lawyer fired me i think

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wtf

Tucker, GA

#1 Mar 13, 2013
Is that even possible?
been there

White Plains, KY

#2 Mar 13, 2013
wtf wrote:
Is that even possible?
YEP...had 2 to quit on me!!
I know

Clermont, KY

#3 Mar 13, 2013
If you don't stay in touch with them, they can drop you.
been there

White Plains, KY

#4 Mar 13, 2013
and if they think youre not going to be able to pay them because of how bad the courts are screwing you, theyll drop you as well
Jesse

Dunmor, KY

#5 Mar 13, 2013
We need a lawyer, we need a doctor, we need an accountant, we need a dentist, we need a government program...
lol

Cadiz, KY

#6 Mar 13, 2013
And if they believe you are not being honest with them... They will fire you. So, which of the above is the reason?
Yes

United States

#8 Mar 18, 2013
They can let you go. Happened to friends husband. He was a jerk. The husband, not the lawyer,
lol

Dunmor, KY

#9 Mar 18, 2013
oooooo wrote:
<quoted text>that is incorrect. If you paid them a retainer they cannot quit you. If they try to call the state attorney general and report them. They would have to give you your money back. They are about them scum of the earth, act like they are too good to even call or contact you. I have one who will not even do what I ask her to concerning my case, does what she wants. It has been going on for 8 months and the prosecutor does not even have any evidence.
They most def can fire their client. If your lawyer doesn't believe that you are being honest they can and will let you go. "Conflict of interest" is all they need to say. It is in your ( the clients) best interest to obtain new council because I (the lawyer) do not believe you. If you are a defendant your lawyer is the one person that you are suppose to be 100% honest with regardless if you're guilty of the crime or not. You don't have a clue what you are talking about.
bob

United States

#10 Jun 24, 2013
I met with an attorney, gave her $200 for consultation. She told me my case will probably net about $25k.I was told to bring back $5000.00 for a retainer fee. After I gave her the $5k she took an additional $522.00, gave me the remaining bal.and told me that my case wasn't worth pursuing. Item #8 on the contract states that only a administrate judge can release her from being my counselor. Can I sue to get my $522.00 back..
Hello

United States

#11 Jun 25, 2013
I heard that in order for the lawyer to fire you, he/she has take you in front of a judge and explains why he/she is firing is that true? Help please I don't no what to do, I had being hurt on my back for three years. I can handle any longer, I had being seen by a doctor but they haven done much for me and now they just giving me pill for pain. Help please
Keshia Basham

Chicago, IL

#12 Jun 26, 2013
Should have shared your cookies.
Link

Richmond, KY

#13 Jun 26, 2013
Hello wrote:
I heard that in order for the lawyer to fire you, he/she has take you in front of a judge and explains why he/she is firing is that true? Help please I don't no what to do, I had being hurt on my back for three years. I can handle any longer, I had being seen by a doctor but they haven done much for me and now they just giving me pill for pain. Help please
What are you using the lawyer for? Disability claim or related to car accident? We need more info to be able to help you. You may need a family member to be your advocate.
Hello

United States

#15 Jun 26, 2013
I think for workers compensation, like I said from the biggining she didn't explain any thing to me, I fall at work and I injured my back, shoulder, and big toe. For three years a had being suffering. Doctor saw me, one of them injected me four times, but I'm still the same, thank you for you time. Please le me know what I could do, I tried to kill me twice all ready, I'm afraid that the next one its going to be the one.
OnHere

Chicago, IL

#16 Jun 27, 2013
An attorney here in town "dropped" my husband saying he had done all he could do regarding a child custody situation. This was after he'd milked us for tons and tons of money. Point was, HE wasn't holding up his end of the agreement to argue certain points to the judge. Didn't help that we would see him and the wicked witches attorney having a back-slappin good time out in restaurants. You need to report him/her to the Bar Association, but you need to have your facts and your ducks in a row when you do it. There is a packet of forms you'll need to get, fill out, and send in. We got ours from a new attorney, who is a bulldog.
Hello

United States

#17 Jun 27, 2013
Thank you so much, for taking the time to answered me back believed or not you just help me a lot, i think that i know what to do now. God bless you.

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