Knowing that I am medically exempt. When I told her this is discrimination she fired back with how do I know you have a medical issue. Have any proof. Would I have a solid case for a ada discrimination lawsuit and a mental anguish claim?
An Idaho attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Although this site does not have a separate heading for the Americans with Disabilities Act, there are attorneys with expertise in that area. An attorney who regularly works with ADA matters might be able to offer...Read more »
It means the attorney is licensed in that jurisdiction (state) to practice law (represent and advise clients and handle other ordinary work as an attorney). When you say "jurisdictions" (in the plural), it means the attorney is admitted in more than one state. Good luck
I have a next door neighbor who is driving on my property whenever they back their boat into their backyard, which has ruined my sprinklers close to the property line. I have had several run ins with this neighbor regarding their children always in my front yard as well. Also one of their children... Read more »
The neighbor should pay for the damage. You could probably sue in small claims court if you have enough proof.
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