Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Find the right Personal Injury Attorney - or Personal Injury Lawyer

If you are looking for a Criminal Defense Lawyer of a Personal Injury Lawyer then the first place you need to start looking is Martindale.com. Martindale.com is a free directory of every practicing lawyer in the United States. You can narrow your search down by practice, where the lawyer graduated from, and a number of other factors. One of the worst mistakes you can make when choosing a lawyer is getting a lawyer that specializes in a practice that outside of your cases. For example: if you have a court case where you were hit by a city bus, you don’t need a lawyer that’s an expert at drug possession. You need a personal injury lawyer.

The next step is looking for an CV, BV, or AV rated lawyer. Not all lawyers have those ratings. Not even most. Only 12 % of lawyers have an AV rating. You can find a link to some Chicago personal injury lawyers with AV ranks by clicking on this link. Finally once you’ve contacted this lawyer don’t just settle for them. Visit 5 or 6 lawyers. You need someone that really cares about what they are doing and not just worried about the next buck. Talk to them. Have a list of questions prepared about your case. What is this lawyers success rate. If they are AV rated you really have nothing to worry about. Just do your homework and leave the rest in God’s hands.


Blogger Danny Haszard said...

I took zyprexa which was ineffective for my condition and gave me diabetes.

Zyprexa, which is used for the treatment of psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, accounted for 32% of Eli Lilly's $14.6 billion revenue last year.

Zyprexa is the product name for Olanzapine,it is Lilly's top selling drug.It was approved by the FDA in 1996 ,an 'atypical' antipsychotic a newer class of drugs without the motor side effects of the older Thorazine.Zyprexa has been linked to causing diabetes and pancreatitis.

Did you know that Lilly made nearly $3 billion last year on diabetic meds, Actos,Humulin and Byetta?

Yes! They sell a drug that can cause diabetes and then turn a profit on the drugs that treat the condition that they may have caused in the first place!

I was prescribed Zyprexa from 1996 until 2000.
In early 2000 i was shocked to have an A1C test result of 13.9 (normal is 4-6) I have no history of diabetes in my family.
Daniel Haszard http://www.zyprexa-victims.com

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