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  • I would like to know what my rights are, as to voluntary removal of the pacemaker.

    I currently have a pacemaker. I was not given good information before my surgery.

    Nathan’s Answer

    You'll want to get another doctor's okay before removing anything. You'll also want to speak to a medical malpractice attorney before speaking to said doctor.

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  • Is it possible to file 2 Legal Malpractice Lawsuits against the same attorney??

    I had hired an attorney that assisted me in 2 separate cases both occuring in the same year. The first case was brief, being completed prior to the second case occuring. Each of these cases has merrit on their own satisfying the elements of legal ...

    Nathan’s Answer

    It would be wise for you to consult with a California licensed attorney to go over the alleged malpractice to ensure that malpractice has indeed occurred before deciding on how to move forward on strategy of filing separate or combined actions.

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  • Which disclosure of writing would increase my chance to be acceptable to take the board test?Thank you Kindly...

    I'm a CA LVN program graduate and a license applicant with 2 misdemeanors (from the same event) in 2007 in MI which I plead "No Contest".I didn't commit the alleged crime(2 False Pretenses-$200-$999) but accepted a plea bargain as I was a foreign ...

    Nathan’s Answer

    Who advised you you don't need a lawyer at this point? Regardless of why you accepted a plea bargain, you have convictions related to crimes of moral turpitude. Have you taken affirmative steps to rehabilitate? I suggest you obtain counsel experienced in dealing with the Board since they will base all decisions on factors other than mercy.

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  • Can EDD disqualify me for losing my nursing license due to a charge I have not been convicted for?

    I was denied for unemployment because I lost my nursing due to a DUI, and was terminated by my employer. I have not been convicted as of yet. I was advised by my attorney not to speak to the board about the case. So the board of nursing revoked my...

    Nathan’s Answer

    You were likely defaulted on after an accusation was filed and served on you on the administrative side. You should contact an administrative lawyer to help you figure out next steps. Exercising right to remain silent generally does not apply to administrative law as silence can and will be used against you.

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  • How Do I Change Lawyers?

    I hired a lawyer that came to my hospital bed, and I am realizing that they are not a good attorney at all. Is it hard to change attorneys? Do I get charged?

    Nathan’s Answer

    Your new attorney would be able to help you transition from the older lawyer to the new lawyer. Client always has final say in who they want representing them.

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  • What kind of an attorney will help me sue the Kern County family law attorney for mal practice

    My fiance proposed in May 2015 and was killed in a car accident in August 2015. We have been waiting for 5 years for his incompetent attorney to finalize a simple divorce. After his death the probate attorney pointed out that in the minute orders...

    Nathan’s Answer

    You are going to run into a statute of limitations issue in short order. You need to obtain attorney representation right away with an attorney experienced in legal malpractice. If you are lucky and find a good one, you may be able to dispose of this case in a speedy manner without the need for litigation. Call an attorney today.

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  • Are journalists in the United States (and California) considered mandated reporters?

    I'm a journalist conducting researching a long-term project involving pedophiles. Based on my knowledge, journalists are not classified as mandated reporters in the United States or in California (where I work). Is this correct?

    Nathan’s Answer

    Are you a commercial print processor who has come across unlawful behavior depicted in film? In addition to being a journalist, are you a child care professional, clergy, an educator, a member of law enforcement, a medical or mental health professional? The first class of mandated reporters in California was physicians but this was expanded over time. See Penal Code (PC) section 11165.7 for the exhaustive list.

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  • What can i do against my attorney for misconduct

    I had an attorney we went to mediation this is what she did my father owns a dealership she gave our dmv paperwork to the plantiffs with out asking permission when i asked her were it was she told me she wouldn't tell me. Then she quits

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    You do have the issue of whether your personal paperwork was taken and not returned. An attorney does not own the client file, the client does. Why would your attorney give the other side a copy or original of your government paperwork? Was that your only copy with the attorney knowing that?

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  • Do I have a legal bases for a lawsuit? Can a government agency even be sued?

    I am client in a LA county program through the Dept of Mental Health West Central. Specifically the Full Service Partnership program. My claim is based on the county not adhering to what services are to be offered and rendered as a client in serio...

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    I agree with my colleague that it is difficult to sue government entities. In California, very generally speaking, you have to exhaust the agency's internal processes built in to fix a problem with the agency before a court will entertain your dispute. Also you may have to file a petition to the agency first with the agency failing to respond or not correcting the error and to give time to the agency to attempt to correct the issue. Also the statute of limitations to do any of this is much shorter than traditional statute of limitations in regular civil contexts.

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  • How do I go about filing a grivance against an urgent care?

    So I took my 80 year old great grandma to an urgent care and they said that they can't see her because she is old I don't know how to come about filling a grievance.

    Nathan’s Answer

    You can look the facility up online and see if they have a customer service or complaint form. The issue is whether urgent care gave reasoning behind their rejection of your relative depending on her circumstances.

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