My boss has been harassing me about personal things that have nothing to do with work. She confronts and attacks me on the job about personal things, she also texts me off the clock about those things. I’m union and she isn’t, and I’ve complained before but she never seems to be held... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2021
Unless she is harassing you because of your status in a protected class (i.e., race, ethnicity, disability, etc.) or the harassment is sexual in nature, there is likely no legal recourse. If that is the case, it sounds like your best option may be to move departments.
My friends neighbors are calling my friends work trying to get her fired and the local police department told her there is nothing she can do. The neighbors are constantly starting fights with her and she feels unsafe at her home with her and her daughter. Is she supposed to just wait till it... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2021
Unfortunately the law isn't good about this. If it's motivated by race or other bias, then contact one of the legal groups that deals with those issues to see what her options are. If it's just people being idiots , depending on the behaviors she can go for a protective order but... Read more »
Walked in store, passed check out counter, went to "deli" counter in back, worker was cleaning something big so I waited maybe 2-3 minutes then i ordered. 2 employees passed by me on separate occasions. Suddenly, a worker comes up to me to say that. I immediately responded that these are... Read more »
answered on May 10, 2020
It doesn't sound like anything legally actionable is there. From the brief facts, it sounds like you were accused of violating a store's private policy of no sunglasses, but defended your position by asserting that the glasses were prescription. There doesn't appear to be any damage... Read more »
I believe im still being pursued because of this by the authoritys
answered on Jan 14, 2020
When you say you are being pursued, do you mean there is a warrant for your arrest? You can check this on the UJS portal. 8 years is a long time to leave a case open unless the allegations are very serious. You should have a confidential consultation with a defense attorney. They should be able... Read more »
Due to something that was advocated and found in his blood work. I looked up the regulations and personally called the companies myself. And they are stating that isn’t the case and the hospital did not even try to put an authorization in to obtain that particular service. What rights does he... Read more »
answered on Feb 4, 2019
Contact the hospitals patient advocate and your family doctor.
She's telling my fiance's employers/co-workers and close friends of ours. There is a chance this could harm my fiance's job.
the police raided my house and charged me w various narcotics crimes .none of which are even related to having an methamphetamine labortory.but they repeatedly and are continuoously are reporting to cyf that in fact there was a meth lab in my home in an attempt to have my son taken away from... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2018
If true, then yes, you could probably file section 1983 litigation against them in federal court.
Best of luck to you.
no door on bathroom, light outside to walk down stairs not working extremely dangerous. In the bedroom none of the plugs work.
His furniture and clothes, etc. have been made unusable as covered with mold, even his expensive guitar.
I really do not think the health department... Read more »
answered on Sep 4, 2018
He should contact the legal aid /legal services in Pittsburgh; ask for their housing group; if they say they don't handle that ask if any of their attorneys left for private practice. Call that person.
Charges filed on that person. They live in Florida the other party lives in Pennsylvania
answered on Jul 16, 2018
Slander is a civil action. You're thinking of harassment, which is a criminal charge.
The person receiving the harassing text messages could certainly contact the police department in Florida in the text messager's neighborhood. Will they do anything? No way to know unless you... Read more »
My ex uses the legal system to harass me and works as a paralegal for a firm. It is listed on their public website that he graduated from a school that I know for certain is not true. Can I let his employer know that his education is a lie and that he is an ex convict for robbery and has had... Read more »
answered on Jun 4, 2018
Truth is an absolute defense for slander/libel charges. But can he still sue you and drag your through the court system? Surely, but you would have a defense to his civil lawsuit against you.
Best of luck to you.
Is this libel if names are not used and locations are not mentioned? What defines Libel?
answered on Mar 26, 2018
Depends on the circumstances. It is not illegal but it could make it a case for libel.
My nephew is currently being held in the Wyoming County Jail on a ridiculous amount of charges. Neither him, nor my family feel as though his Public Defender is looking out for what's in his best interest, and would like to look into gaining a second opinion regarding his current legal issues.
answered on Sep 21, 2017
Most criminal defense attorneys do not do work on a pro bono basis. Many have surprisingly reasonable rates. Contact a few and see if you can find someone to work with. Alternatively, have your son sit down with his Public Defender and ask questions. A common complaint that I get from people... Read more »
My dad was falsely accused of indecent exposure at an Auto Tag place where he was there to pick up his car registration that he been waiting for 3 months now that was not his fault with him waiting that long for it to process at the Auto Tag place.The auto tag owner called the police and lied and... Read more »
answered on Aug 15, 2017
He would have to show both FALSE allegations, and prove his FINANCIAL damages, and that may be very difficult.
He should at least contact an attorney in PA who handles defamation cases. Go to Super Lawyers site, and look up civil attorneys near his location, who handle slander claims.
Video clearly shows her approaching me in a threatening manner shows her pushing me and you can hear me begging her to let me go and to let me leave.
answered on Jul 6, 2017
Yes you are from what you say. Contact a member of the Pa. Assn for Justice--we give free consultations.
Can I sue for defamation of character,
answered on Jun 19, 2017
Surprised he's still there. I suggest you contact an attorney who handles these things as the company may be implicated. Less defamation than invasion of privacy. If it was assault, have you captured the video and taken it to the police? Take 'em all down!
I repeatedly asked the source to delete the photo, which I never gave him permission to share, and it is still available for everyone to see. He still refuses to delete the photo and will not take me serious. The photo not only has my full name shown in the image, but also details of the personal... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2017
If you wrote to him on facebook and he put it up, not much you can do. Ask the provider to take it down.
Without knowing what it is, hard to say--but I can tell you suing him will cost you lots of money and time and not get you anywhere.
answered on Feb 5, 2017
The answer is two years from the date of the accident unless you are a juvenile. Then it is two years after you become 18. In a medical malpractice case the statute is two years from the time of the occurrence or two years from the time that you learned the occurrence was a result of medical... Read more »
I received no instruction or guidance. The whole time the case has been done in bad faith. Offering only to expunge my record is not enough for a case that was never investigated. And nothing supports his allegations. I had a representative however I believe there may have been a conflict of... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2017
If you have an attorney and they are working your case and only get paid if they get money for you, they have a substantial investment in seeing they get paid so they will do what has to be done, so I'd recommend staying with them. Understand
that not every case of retaliation can be... Read more »
I haven't done anything physical, but I have said some good comebacks and give her nasty looks, and talked about what she did to me to my friends that she is also bullying to get to me. she doesn't have any evidence against me. But she has her friends lying to defend me.
answered on Jan 20, 2017
Good you are looking for solutions but suing her is very cumbersome, very expensive, and may get you nowhere (which would please her). Speak with a counselor. There used to be a group in Pottstown called Fellowship Farm that may be able to give you ideas, as they've done a lot of work on... Read more »
I have been a participant of the program, for the past8 years, and have forwarded my concerns to the staff members, and have been called a "liar", and have been threatened by both the staff members, other participants, and mon participants, when I complained. They still refuse to address... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2016
I would recommend that you consult an attorney to review the case in more detail.
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