You can generally always fire your attorney. You may owe him for the work he has already performed, though. And how hard it will be for a new attorney to "pick up" your case depends on how long before the next litigation event (hearing, trial, etc.) they will have to prepare and how complicated your case is.
I agree with the other responses. You need a local litigation attorney.
You should see a lawyer ASAP to determine what kind of case you have. It could be med mal or products based.
I would certainly seek the advice of an attorney. Its possible that there may be something that you've overlooked, or perhaps you would be able to easily get a settlement for the pain she was in, even though the duration was short.See question
Maybe. Maybe not. I would need to look at the exact type of procedure you were having done before I would be able to fully assess whether or not a punctured spinal sac was within the normal risks of the procedure.See question
Probably not unless a clean pool is included in your lease.See question
Seems like you already posted this question once and I answered it there, but hire another lawyer and get that lawyer to get your file and your refund.See question
You stated "Papers still have yet to be typed up to my knowledge" and then later stated "She has rescheduled my court date twice." You wouldn't have court dates if your papers weren't filed. That said, you should contact another lawyer and get that lawyer to get your file and your refund for you.See question
This will be a workers' compensation case and you should contact a lawyer to discuss the facts in more detail. But the short answer to your question is yes, you have legal options.See question
Take your possessions and money from you is the short answer. You should contact a lawyer to attend the JD rule with you and look through all the papers and bank statements they likely asked you to bring to the hearing. Do NOT skip the hearing, as you will likely then have an arrest warrant issued for you.See question