All my co workers got together at a party and created racist memes about me and sent these through a mass group text to almost all the other employees in the district. This is a party that predominately had supervisors and a district manager attending. Nothing was done to stop messages being sent... Read more »
I agree with most of what Mr. Pedersen has stated. However, in addition to what he has advised, I suggest you log on to the website of the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) [https://www.eeoc.gov/] and browse the remedies offered to workers in your situation. For example, you...Read more »
I recently had a meeting with the principal and superintendent of my sons school regarding targeted, segregated, bullied, harassed, stalked, discriminated against and illegally searches my son has received several times by a female staff member. I brought a witness to this meeting who wanted to... Read more »
You should immediately see a lawyer competent to handle school district and issues like yours, and place the recordings (or copies thereof) into the hands of the attorney for safekeeping until she can determine what to do with them. But do not relinquish control over the originals in your...Read more »
I was wrongfully accused of stealing. Denied information on who was in charge of the store and how to get a hold of them. The Sheriffs were called and they proceeded to temporarily detain me. Take the change from my pocket and throw it on the ground. Tell me that if I wanted my change to pick it... Read more »
Start by retaining the services of a good civil rights lawyer. The first thing s/he will ask you is, what are your out of pocket damages as the result of the conduct of the people you want to sue. That is the measuring stick by which most good lawyers determine which cases to take. Your attorney...Read more »
You must comply with the court order. You can afford the services of a local attorney to advise you more appropriately on the details of the matter, but as a practical matter, if the person whose wages are to be garnished is not an employee, then you should not have any wages to garnish. Best...Read more »
You must read 29 CFR 825.207 (a) and (b), which seems to indicate that the employer may require you to apply for the California paid leave if you want to be paid during your FMLA leave, which is otherwise unpaid. As I read it, you are entitled to FMLA leave, which is normally unpaid, but as a...Read more »
I filed a claim which was accepted. The MRSA continued, and I was treated for numerous infections until 3/2014, when I was hospitalized with MRSA SEPSIS. Hospitalized for 3 1/2 weeks in ICU, recovering from 3 emergency surgeries to save my infected arm. I reported my condition to my employer,... Read more »
Insufficient details are given to allow me to provide any meaningful advice. I need a detailed account of what transpired from beginning to end. You can find my questionnaire at http://www.louisgfazzi.com/forms/
Cut and paste the link into your browser, then Select the General form, fill it...Read more »
If I’m a human research subject who has never given consent to be a part of research or been formally explained as to how long the research will last, the research being done or anything about it and have never had a competency assessment to check my ability to be competent enough to give my own... Read more »
I have so many questions that need answering before I could even attempt giving an opinion. Does the civil appeal have anything to do with being served a 5 day Notice to Vacate (or Quit)? What is the basis of the Notice to Vacate? Unpaid rent? Something else? Options available depend on all the...Read more »
You must be thinking of a legal malpractice attorney. Just do a Google search and you will be able to select from a wide variety of different firms and attorneys who can help you. Most offer free consultations.
I am the plaintiff in a suit against my former homeowners insurance for breach of contract and breach of implied covenant of good faith. Defense has served two sets same question, first set INCIDENT is " fire" and second set defines the suit above.
Shouldn't you be asking this question of your attorney? He or she should be assisting you in responding to the form interrogatories. These two form interrogatories ask for insurance or self insurance for liability, such as cases for car accidents. Specifically, the interrogatory seeks to know if...Read more »
There is not enough information provided to allow me to make a reasoned conclusion. You need to provide a lot more detail, such as who, what, where, when and how did the incident happen. Who requires you to identify all the people involved; what requires you to state everything that happened, from...Read more »
I have been at my job for 11 months. Our company policy states we accrue vacation time every pay period but can't use it until we have been there at least 1yr so if they fire me before my 1 yr mark am I entitled to be payed for all my accrued vacation time I have earned?
It seems from what you've said that you don't "earn" the vacation time until after you have worked for one year. This means that the vacation pay doesn't "accrue" until after you have been employed for one full year. In other words, the vacation pay only becomes "vested" (i.e. you have the right to...Read more »
I called dispatch and gave my name. I then created an anonymous email account and contacted city council. A police officer wrote back (CCing the city council) and addressed me by name, which was given to police dispatch. is this legal? I feel that I’ve been targeted unfairly and the officer had... Read more »
My advocate has stopped calling and emailing with no reason as to why, however, I know she's seeing all emails and are in contact with the agency I retained her help for in getting what I need for my employment goals.
Get yourself another advocate. You have no idea what has happened to your advocate. Maybe she was ill or in an accident. Before you even think about other remedies, find out what you can about your existing advocate, then take the appropriate action.
I live with my girlfriends family at her grandparents house and he just lost a lawsuit for his restaurant so they raided his restaurant to pay the debt if can they raid the house and if so can they take my stuff to pay his debt since its on his property
The short answer is no. You haven't said whether his business was sued or if your wife's grandfather was sued personally. In either event, his creditors cannot satisfy a judgment against anyone but the named defendant against whom they won the judgment, out of his or the judgment debtor's property.
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