Representation isn't free, but contingency fee lawyers work for a percentage of the recovery and get paid at the end of the case, so no money is required up front - if the lawyer believes that you have a strong chance at recovery. Consultations are free.
My friend is 17 and a runaway from a foster Home. They are a little under a month away from being 17 and he was subpoenaed to his uncle court date for sexual acts done to him which is why he was in foster home.. What will happen because he is a runaway and did not go to the court date?? Will he go... Read more »
Mental illness for Bipolar disorder, Manic depression, severe anxiety, insomnia since 2008 and lower back pain since 2010 do to a accident. What should I do? I applied and was denied, and I have the paperwork for my denial claim bit I didn't know... Read more »
You will need to consult with a Social Security Disability attorney about your specific case. Justia is for a general response, a starting off point. You are well beyond that. A simple internet search for SSDI attorneys near you will get you the contact information of attorneys than can advise...Read more »
My gf was with some crazy men. One, who she left 5 years ago, somehow found her # (that we changed 2 years ago) and texted her. She blocked him. About 3 weeks later, he shows up to her grandpa's house looking for her (she lives there but was working). Her grandfather told him to never bother them... Read more »
To be a hostile work environment, the comments have to be pervasive (meaning a lot of them) or severe, such that they alter your working environment. Without knowing exactly what was said, and when, and the context, and how many times, it would be impossible to evaluate whether you have anything...Read more »
Family code section 6250 of California law empowers an officer of the law to request for an emergency restraining order if the officer has reason to believe that the person requiring protection is in immediate danger of domestic violence from the person against whom the restraining order is being...Read more »
This woman is completely anymous and I met her on a chatting site online and we started texting through text message. We exchanged graphic images and then I started getting multiple different texts from numbers with different area codes texting me and telling me that if I don’t comply by their... Read more »
She was forging my name on her timesheet and doing the multiple other crimes a year later I get randomly beat up by a man at a bus stop I'm in a wheelchair got a broken bone in my hand had to have surgery and had it removed then she finds me on social media like offer up and let go and puts like... Read more »
It's very hard to decipher what is happening here, but it sounds like you have been the victim of a crime, such as identity theft. If that is accurate, contact the Placentia Police Dept., Miscellaneous Crimes Unit to report what has happened. (714) 993-8146. You may also want to consider a...Read more »
My daughter was choked twice and sexually harassed by a student in her class, 1st grade. I met with the district once and nothing was resolved. I have been keeping my child home because I am so concerned with her safety at that school. The school can not tell me when that boy will be back at... Read more »
My sister-in-law claims that my son, who is 15 years old has sexually abused her youngest daughter who is 5 years old after having had a one-on-one conversation with her and having taken her to a psychologist. She has threatened us to legally proceed against our son and us, and she will go as far... Read more »
Hire a criminal defense attorney. There is no recourse against a false accusation except defending yourself unless your son is the victim of intentional misconduct. It would be a very difficult case to claim that a 5 year old was intentionally lying and that a psychologist was intentionally lying.
She is 16 years old and she is due to give birth in December, however they have recently gotten engaged. There is a huge age gap but it seems that they’re planning on keeping and raising the kid together so I’m not sure what to do in terms of reporting the incidence.
Why don't you ask your HR dept. what they think of your idea? If you like your intern that much, quit your job, then ask him/her out. What you are describing is per se sexual harassment. Power disparity, ability to affect the intern's career. No decision your intern makes can possibly be...Read more »
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