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If an attorney does this, it is pretty clearly unethical and prohibited by Rules of Professional Conduct. This is because it is misleading (you can't know how the PEB will rule and thus cannot make guarantees) and it violates ABA Rules for Professional Conduct "Rule 7.1 Communications Concerning A Lawyer's Services-A lawyer shall not make a false or misleading communication about the lawyer or the lawyer's services. A communication is false or misleading if it contains a material misrepresentation of fact or law, or omits a fact necessary to make the statement considered as a whole not materially misleading."when finding a lawyer to help with my PEB what are the odds of finding one that will somehow guarantee an outcome
For the reasons mentioned above, the guarantee part is out. But you could find a lawyer who may take a contingency fee. Something like, "I will charge you $5000 if you get 30% or more, but only $2000 if you don't."or discounted fees for not meeting that guarantee?
i am aware this site might try and help people, but why are you driving and on meds that make you fall asleep? next time you might hit a child or someones loved one, I'm just a bit concerned here and think about the big picture first, by taking your license away, due to meds, it would also save your life first.okay so it is considered minor siezures when i fall asleep uncontrolably? I mean i rear ended someone last fall while i was on meds because Think i fell asleep i don't know what happened i have no memory of it.