So basically I work in retail and I'm autistic. I am being fired because I got upset that my manager was giving my mixed signals constantly on what i should do instead of telling me outright what i should do. which is something i have a lot of trouble with because i am autistic. she also has... Read more »
The short answer is that you should contact a lawyer who knows how to prosecute wrongful termination and discrimination claims or cases. If you are fired because you are autistic, then you most likely do have a good claim to pursue. You need the advice of a good lawyer to help you. You can do a...Read more »
Our small town is apart of a county that has a history of embezzlement, tax fraud, police corruption and stalking/harassment and various other crimes. There are a number of people who are interested in a class action lawsuit and at the very least an avenue of protection from our local government.... Read more »
You need to find a law firm that can handle such claims. You can use Google to conduct a search. Or, you can go to the Los Angeles County Bar Association's website (LACBA.org) and use their Lawyer Referral Service, which is an excellent source. You will need to prepare a packet of information,...Read more »
Can my employer separate me from employment, cut my health benefits off without notice, use my accrued hours to pay for deductions such as medical benefits and other things for over 7mo without notifying me? While on workers comp benefits and it’s been over 12 mo (exhausted 4850 benefits) I am... Read more »
So even tho I knew it wouldn’t b financially possible. Long story short I been at my residence for almost 4 yrs when I moved in it was inhabitable. Due to the fires there was no housing so I needed to take what I could for my children. So I made this place a home with countless hrs and tons of... Read more »
You need the help of an experienced real estate lawyer. The issues you raised go beyond a simple unlawful detainer matter. I suggest you contact a good real estate lawyer with experience litigating cases such as yours where your efforts made the property more valuable than at the time you commenced...Read more »
The most important thing you can do for yourself is to take a speed reading course so you can improve your reading speed, which will magically also increase your reading comprehension. Start on that as soon as you can, and you will never regret it.
Then start reading everything you can on a...Read more »
Police raided and detained my 14 year old son at gun point with helicopters and units held him in the back of the cop car. Refused to speak to anyone when we tried to confront them and ask why they where doing this. My son was being questioned the cops asked if he was on parol for being a drug... Read more »
You can go to the police station where the officers were assigned out on the case and file a complaint with the department. You can also file a claim for damages against the city or county which employed the officers and/or the police department itself.
I was arrested April 2019 on false charges involving resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. I was given a court to which I appear however I was not listed on the agenda. I visited the DA to find out more info on my case and they didn't have anything and said the arresting PD didnt send... Read more »
An arrest without more is meaningless. If no charges were pressed against you, then nothing happened, and nothing could have affected your record. It is the same as though nothing happened. Forget about it.
I only have 5 days before I hit the 6 month mark of my registered domestic partner being shot and killed by 4 police departments.. I know that I have to to send a letter of intent to sue before 6 months so I'm trying to do that but I don't know where to send it you send it exactly and... Read more »
If you intend to sue under California tort law (the law of civil wrongs), you are required to file a claim with each police agency pursuant to the California Government Code within six months of the date of injury. You should consult with an attorney who can do this for you and you have left...Read more »
My 19 month old son was unlawfully removed from my care last thursday with a fraudulant warrant signed by a judge whom is on SUSPENSION. She has no right to practice law and therefore per California Penal code 207 this would be considered Aggrivated Kidnapping by the social worker because he is... Read more »
I was arrested for concealed weapon and a baton flashlight. And they also took my phone and said they where getting a search warrent. I have not been presented one or a case number for the phone. And I have asked for both. It's been a month now. And still nothing.
Transgender person receiving ongoing threats, stalking and life is in danger. This stalking person has multiple restraining orders and counts of sexual assault yet police aren't doing anything. Where do you go from here?
First of all, I would like to see more information.
If you have restraining orders in effect, then if you continue to be harassed by the person who is subject to the restraining order, you need to keep collecting evidence of the harassing conduct. You can do this by taking photos and/or...Read more »
The first thing you need to do is find a good lawyer. This service does not do that. Here, you can get simple legal questions answered. Your question is neither simple, nor does it include sufficient factual detail to arrive at a reasonable legal opinion of your possible case.
I moved here in August. This has been going on since September 2021. I don’t know what to do. They wait until I go to bed to start stomping, slamming doors, dragging things across the floor. They had a camera in their car window pointing towards my apartment until I notified the office. They are... Read more »
Get yourself a lawyer who can help you file a nuisance claim against your neighbors. Keep accurate records of each instance when your peace and quiet has been disturbed. Video and/or audio of the noises will be helpful. Don't delay.
After I confronted my boss about him illegally giving me a 1099 since I’m not a independent contractor nor self employed i demanded a w2 . He messaged me insisting I was and he said if I ask for a W-2 he said say good bye to my freedoms and basically my flexibility I’ve been given as... Read more »
You might want to contact the Labor Commissioner's office to get their opinion on whether this is appropriate. https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/ You can copy and paste this link if you are interested in talking to someone who is an expert in labor laws.
This civil suit is against a federally-funded agency that denied an exception to regulations, that would have allowed me access to their services. The Office of Civil Right (OCR), of the US Dept of Health and Human Svcs, opened a discrimination investigation. The OCR, inundated with discrimination... Read more »
The answer depends on the nature of the claim you want to make.
To make sure you don't run afoul of any statute of limitations issue, you can make a discrimination claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Go to their website to get the process started....Read more »
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