The kitchen I work in is continually over 90 to 99ﾟ according to osha that's too hot what actions can I take
answered on Jul 18, 2022
The first step is to request the employer to comply with the OHSA safety standard and to keep a paper or electronic trail of written communications about the issue. If the employer fails to comply or fires you for raising the issue, immediately seek a consultation with an employment law attorney... Read more »
There's a "No Public Access" permit condition in deed restrictions, "no public access" sign at entrance. The plat illegally shows "RECREATION"
People ignored the sign, talking and disturbing me at all hours. Property Mgmt sent a letter stating the area... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2022
You can use the “Find a Lawyer” link on this page. Lawyers cannot contact you first. The dismissal with prejudice seems very harsh just for not attaching the documents.
What law or regulation is allowed or not allowed to install water parks on public beaches in Florida? Where can I find this document? Which service in the state government issues permits for such business.
answered on Jan 20, 2021
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open at this point. You would probably need to look through various laws on the federal, state, and local level that address land use and zoning. And even then, things like this might not be expressly addressed, but implied, simply by... Read more »
I am 17 and I live in Kansas with my dad and siblings. I have one year left of high school. But I don’t have a drivers license or ID. And i am not emancipated.
answered on Jun 26, 2020
You should ask your question in Justia > Ask a Lawyer > Kansas, as it pertains to the law of that state, not Florida.
I live in a condo and the association hires a landscaping company that sprays pesticide everywhere. I saw them applying it yesterday but found only one small sign in front of one of about 90 homes that are spread out over about 1/4 mile. This seems insufficient to warn consumers to stay off the... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2020
You could check with the state or local agency that administers pesticide applicator licenses. In many states, it falls under the control of environmental or agricultural agencies. In Florida, it might be the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. If it's not under them, check with... Read more »
Our daughter has been to the hospital 5 or 6 times in one month
answered on Jun 11, 2019
Contact the local county health department about this health problem, right away.
my ankles, water ran down from the ceiling and through the walls. My possessions to got damaged, I called the rescue department and they advice me not to pay my tenant until that was resolved and gave me a case #. She took me to court for an eviction, as I was holding on that month's rent.... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2018
sorry for your situation. short answer is that there is just no way to explain why without first reviewing the documents that you reference in your post. Best option is for you to consult with an attorney in your area to go over all the documents and history to make sense of what has and is... Read more »
where i rent.....the landlord has promised to fix things, 5 mnths later we still have no elec. in half the house, we have sever roach infestion he promised spray and has never. floors in the hallway falling thru, the deck broke and my mom fell thru it and hurt her self 3 months ago and still he has... Read more »
answered on Dec 7, 2017
That sounds like an awful living situation. There are landlord/tenant laws in Florida that protect tenants such as yourself. Call a local landlord/tenant attorney to discuss your situation and see what options you have.
Please be advised that these communications do not create an... Read more »
After receiving a letter from an environmental cleanup consultant firm on behalf of a large company responsible for a chemical spill, I was informed that my house is situated on a 2008 chemical spill plume that was estimated to take 78 years to clean up. The letter said that, at one point, the... Read more »
answered on Oct 20, 2016
The sellers have the duty to disclose legally. The realtors have zero duty to look into the background of the house; they're job is mostly transnational (paperwork etc). The home inspector would have never found this out from walking around the house for an hour, that is likely a dead end.... Read more »
I bought a property a few years ago to build a home on, i noticed it has a problem with the drainage and it didnt take long to realize my neighbor blocked off the ditch, he did this cause he owns grazing land on the west and south side if my property, so instead of installing a culvert he just... Read more »
answered on Sep 16, 2016
Yes, there is a government official you can contact: a judge. In other words, you have to file a lawsuit.
We are being poisoned by ACOE releasing billions of gallons of toxic agriculture waste onto our small town. Destroying the largest Lagoon in No. America. We need help. Politicians, owned by Sugar, are not listening!
answered on Jun 27, 2016
Suggest you contact some environmental group--they are the ones who have sued the Corps of Engineers, and have the technical resource to determine what is released, from where, by who--in a Court all that has to be proven. Think you want to look at a violation of the Clean Rivers and Harbors Act.... Read more »
Disturbing animals on a national wildlife refuge to wit; feed american alligators
answered on Aug 7, 2015
Did you get an answer to this by now, over two years later?
answered on Aug 6, 2015
Surely, there are more facts than those within the question. An attorney needs to know all the facts.
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