Atomicapex Out on the golf course
02/06/19 8:17 am
19. Rear ended a lady going about 5 mph. Takes me to civil court for damages and mental damages. Was being sued about $1500, ended up winning the case because she perjured herself by saying that I attempted to flee then she changed it to that what really happened which was that i immediately asked if she was okay. I explained everything that my brakes stopped. Then I also had multiple witnesses back me up along with the cop.
02/06/19 6:02 am
I technically need right now so if you know of a lawyer with cheap rates that lives in the Pacific Northwest area specifically Portland that would be awesome.
ladyniner81 people suck
02/03/19 10:51 pm
I had to draw up a will (didn't think I needed to since I don't have kids or a husband) and to deal with dad's estate and probate all that happy bullshit. So much FUN! NOT
02/01/19 10:11 pm
Of course. My lawyer helped me with three real estate transactions in the last 26 years. Don’t buy or sell a house without using a lawyer.
BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
02/01/19 7:21 pm
I have needed an attorney several times.
The earliest was when my mom grandmother and I were injured in a vehicle that was hit by a drunk driver & we had to sue his insurance company for him to pay.
There was another wreck that required attorneys.
I have also used attorneys for things like wills and powers of attorney and life trust deeds.
Vesta Cleveland Ohio
02/01/19 5:45 pm
During our marriage, my second ex-husband had unreported income. I found out about it after our divorce when IRS tried to collect the tax from me because we had filed jointly. My lawyer not only got my money back but made the ex pay his attorneys fees. It didn’t cost me a cent. Sweet.
02/01/19 4:13 pm
Divorced a shockingly manipulative person, needed a lawyer because he refused to be reasonable. Seriously, who demands spousal support for their tobacco addiction? Even the judge laughed and denied it. Wish I hadn't married him, would've been so much easier to just break up, move out, and be done.
01/31/19 11:56 pm
No. I used one for the first Worker's Compensation claim I filed, but when I saw that he basically just babysat me at the hearing, I went it alone for my next one. I easily won both.
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