T. J. Jesky's answer It seems a little unusual that ACT testing would risk their reputation with illegal practices. That being said, if you have an actual class action suit, most litigation attorneys are eager to take class action suit. Especially, if the case has merit.
Keep in mind, you only need a single "class representative" to file a lawsuit. The problem is that you will need to have the Court to "certify" the class action before you can proceed. There is no exact number of plaintiffs to obtain...
Steve McCann's answer It depends on very specific details surrounding the injury and whether or not a party was negligent. That being the case, I recommend you organize everything in your possession relevant to this matter, including all medical records, and consult with a personal injury lawyer for a consultation.
James G. Ahlberg's answer Employers these days do everything they can to protect themselves. They are highly likely telling you the truth, that having you sign the document is simply intended to prevent you from claiming they wouldn't give you the time off later on. From the employer's viewpoint, it makes perfect sense. From your viewpoint it ought to be "No harm, no foul;" in other words, it costs you nothing to make your employer happy, it doesn't jeopardize your rights in any way, and signing it will likely cause...
Steve McCann's answer It is certainly a challenge, particularly if it is a school funded by any state or local government. I would recommend consulting with an attorney individually for a consultation if you truly believe the school is liable to you for damages.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Get an attorney. You should have known that your license was suspended. Were you also charged with driving on a suspended license? The attorney you speak with will be able to tell you whether to worry about going to jail.
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