Best Local DUI Lawyer Louisville – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

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I provide all my clients with hard hitting representation. My office’s resources include law clerks, investigators and experts. As a personal injury lawyer, I have a proven track record of getting a great settlement for my clients and winning at trial (see specific cases below). I also have a proven track record as a criminal lawyer in Louisville. I have handled thousands of cases since 1988 including representing people charged with DUI, murder, theft, child abuse, distribution of child pornography, domestic violence, federal offense, and drug offenses. I have tried over 100 jury trials. Only six of the jury trials were appealed. Two of those six losses were reversed by the Kentucky Supreme Court or Kentucky Court of Appeals.

As a personal injury attorney, I represent people who are in a battle with the government or an insurance company. The government and insurance companies are powerful adversaries. Beating the government is the most rewarding part of my practice. Forcing an insurance company to pay or obtaining a verdict against an insurance company in court is the focus of my work.

Whether you are facing criminal charges or been injured by the negligence of others, the selection of a lawyer is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. I realize that your outcome depends on my dedication. I handle each and every case personally. You can be assured that your case is in capable hands.

My rates are reasonable; I have many years of courtroom experience and a history of winning both a

t trial and through settlement. For personal injury claims, I work on a contingency fee basis. This means you owe me nothing unless I produce results…either through out-of-court settlement or verdict at trial.

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JIM SCOTT Biography [Tripp Scott Attorneys – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida] – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

James A. Scott
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Chairman
Founding Director
phone 954-525-7500
fax 954-761-8475
email Email Me

James A. Scott, a Martindale-Hubbell-AV-rated lawyer and former member of the Florida Senate for 24 years, is chairman and a founding director of Tripp Scott. He has more than three decades of experience as a lawyer in Florida and has an accomplished tenure as a legislator. He focuses his practice on government relations, commercial and civil litigation, real estate and healthcare law.
Scott has handled numerous high-profile and complex matters on behalf of his clients, including representing the Florida Senate in the 2002 redistricting plan and related federal and state litigation and serving as local counsel in the Florida election recount of 2000.
While serving in the Senate, Scott earned a reputation as a highly effective legislator and successfully spearheaded reforms in healthcare, public education and criminal justice. He served as Senate president from 1994 to 1996 and in many other of the Senate’s most important roles, including chairman of every major committee, including Rules and Appropriations. Scott also held leadership positions with the Banking and Insurance, Regulated Industries and Judiciary Committees.
Scott served on the Broward County Commission from December 2000 to November 2006. He previously served as the Broward County representative on the Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Broward County representative to the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA). Scott also served as lieutenant commander and legal officer of the U.S. Coast Guard. He is a founding member of the board of directors of Legal Aid Service of Broward County and is active in the Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton chambers of commerce.
Scott has received numerous awards and recognitions for his charitable and community contributions including Preservation 2000 Future Generation Award, Children’s Home Society, and the B’nai B’rith Torch of Liberty Award. In addition, Florida Atlantic University, Davie Campus, named its Education and Science Building the “Senator James A. Scott Education and Science Building” in his honor.
Scott holds a law degree and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky.
Areas of Practice:
Governmental Affairs
General Commercial Litigation
Bar Admissions:
Kentucky
Florida
U.S. Supreme Court
Education:
University of Kentucky College of Law, Lexington, Kentucky
LL.B.

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
B.A.

Professional Associations and Memberships:
Kentucky Bar Association
Member

Broward County Bar Association
Member

Urban League
Member, Board of Directors

South Palm Beach Bar Association
Member

American Bar Association
Member

Florida State Senate, 1976 – Present
Member

Florida State Senate, 1980 – 1982
Minority Leader

Florida State Senate, 1986 – 1988
The Senate Appropriations Chairman

Florida State Senate, 1992 – 1993
The Senate Appropriations Chairman

Florida State Senate, 1988 – 1990
Rules and Calendar Chairman

Florida State Senate, 1994 – 1996
President

The Florida Bar
Member

Legal Aid Service of Broward County
Founding Member, Board of Directors

Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
Member

Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce
Member

Past Employment Positions:
Deerfield, Municipal Judge, 1976

Florida Senate, Former Member

Florida Senate, Senate President, 1994 – 1996

Florida Senate, Chairman, Appropriations Committee

Florida Senate, Banking and Insurance Committee

Florida Senate, Regulated Industries Committee

Florida Senate, Judiciary Committee

U.S. Coast Guard, Lieutenant Commander and Legal Officer, 1965 – 1968
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People’s Law School Bankruptcy – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

It’s People’s Law School, the show where you get first hand breakdowns of important and confusing laws that apply to day to day life from the professionals in those fields, and can learn how to understand and apply your knowledge to the laws that touch your life. In this episode, attorney Alan Stout and his partner Todd Farmer elaborate on bankruptcy—the history, causes, types, and methods of relief and help.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

Paducah 2 Television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community and Technical College.
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People’s Law School: Criminal Law – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

People's Law School:  Criminal Law

On this episode of People’s Law School, host Will Kautz and special guests Tony Kitchen and Chris Hollowell discuss Criminal Law, especially the job of Prosecutor, the sentences for Criminals in the area, and what things have changed for better, and which for worse.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

Paducah 2 Television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community and Technical College.
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Two families, opposite views of Kentucky’s gay marriage legal fight – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear cases from four states that currently have gay marriage bans: Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. The NewsHour talked to two different Kentucky families whose personal stories launched the court case.

Read the full transcript: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/two-families-opposite-views-kentuckys-gay-marriage-legal-fight/#transcript

On this episode of People’s Law School, host Ken Anderson speaks with special guest Debra Hulsey about Guardianship of patients in medical situations, how the law is involved, and the best ways to handle medical guardianship.

Disclaimer: This content is intended for informational purposes only, it is not intended as legal advice. The information is provided as a public service. Laws change and this information may not be current or correct. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you should contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or bar association.

Paducah 2 Television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community and Technical College.

Appalachian HOPE – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

Appalachian HOPE

Homeless Outreach Prevention Effort (HOPE)

Serving Breathitt, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Magoffin, Martin, Owsley, Perry, Pike and Wolfe Counties

Appalachian HOPE is an effort to provide financial assistance to domestic violence victims transitioning into safe housing.

Funding for Appalachian HOPE is provided to Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc. (AppalReD) through the Eastern Kentucky United Methodist Health, Education & Welfare Fund.

For more information contact Bertha Daniels, Casemanager/Coordinator, at berthad@ardfky.org or phone (606) 889-1961.

Legal Aid and Other Low-Cost Legal Help – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

This guide was prepared for general information purposes only. The information it contains is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific circumstances of each situation. Also, the law may vary from state to state. Some information in this guide may not be correct for your state. To find local resources, visit LawHelp.org and
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Investigation continues as water bills continue – 844-292-1318 Kentucky legal aid

FORT MITCHELL, Ky. (Rich Jaffe) — Another month, another billing cycle and more water bills northern Kentucky homeowners said they can’t afford.

The bills are being delivered to people who live in mobile homes. There’s good news and bad news in the update. The good news is according to SSK, they may have found the 35,000 gallon a day leak underneath Beechwood Mobile Home Park in Ft. Mitchell. The bad news is for residents there and in the other mobile home parks owned by SSK, sky high water rates continue to be a problem.

The “call before you dig” guys were following underground utility lines around Beechwood Mobile Home Park Wednesday in advance of what could be a massive dig to shut down a massive water leak. Owners of the property said escalating rates were partially due to that leak which may have been going on for years.

Shirley Bishop just got her bill Tuesday, water and sewage last month cost her 5.

When asked what she thought about the water bills Bishop said, “My jaw dropped, thought ‘Why is it still increasing?’ Cause I originally thought with the water shut off that they had found the leak and it was fixed, but it still went up.”

Park owners SSK Communities has been looking for the leak since Local 12 News began asking about the residents’ high water bills on August 25. But residents in many other SSK parks are paying similar rates. Some on fixed incomes say they can’t afford it.

The Northern Kentucky Water District supplies water to each park, but the park has put meters on each home and they control the price. August 25, park owner Nathan Smith told Local 12 they actually lose money on the water bills.

He said, “We’re by no means making money on the water. Never have and nothing would make us happier than for the water bill to go down because this is very concerning to us. Because we know the residents have a certain amount of money to spend on the utility on any property. It’s part of their income and it’s always been concerning to us.”

Wednesday, attorneys from Northern Kentucky Legal Aid met with a group of residents to see if they have any legal recourse. Local 12 agreed not to film the meeting but residents say they’re encouraged.

Adele Nichols explained, “I feel like somebody that knows the law might get involved in it. I pay my bills, I don’t care but I don’t want to pay something I shouldn’t be paying. And I don’t want to see other people in that position.”

There’s an interesting legal loophole in the situation. In order to make profit selling water, which SSK says they’re not doing, SSK would have to be registered as a utility in the state of Kentucky. Local 12 checked with the public service commission and they’re not but because it’s private property what they’re doing is not considered “providing water service to the public.” That means the rates are not regulated so the company can charge whatever they want.

Repair work is scheduled to start Thursday, Sept. 18.

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