Can't you get a no win no fee thing? Saying that I guess it would cost you a lot more if you won than if you paid them to begin with.To raise enough funds to sue a massive band for intelectual property theft. Then to find a lawyer who will take on my case in exchange for a cut of the royalties which is conservatively £400 million on just one album alone.
Wow little did I know that I would be working on number 8 as early. My social worker took me to the Dept of labor to get a wage inquiry statement, necessary to prove to the free clinic that I have no income. We went by the clinic but as it turns out you have to be there at 8:30 in the morning to get registered.1. To be debt free by summer.
2. Travel, I want to visit California and maybe take a tour of Europe / UK
3. Buy a car.
4. Build a nice AR-15 type rifle for hunting next fall.
5. Lose weight.
6. Stop smoking.
7. Stop drinking.
8. Get my high blood pressure in check.
9. Get the suicide awareness tattoo on my wrist.
10. Cook more, and eat less junk food.
Check the fee first though.Yeah, a no win, no fee lawyer. To take the case would be good.
Its common sense of course those no win no fees lawyers tend to go for things that they think they will win. Its business hence all the false advertising like many other things.Check the fee first though.
It might be 90%, and if you win, you'll only get 10%
No win no fee lawyers tend to go for things that they think they will win. So if you get more than one offering to take the case, it's most likely they think that you WILL win. Hence go for smallest fee.
As for 2018, nothing.