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Q: I am pregnant and my employer tells me I must take a covid-19 booster to keep my employment. Recommendation options?

I voluntarily took the vaccine last year before my pregnancy. Now that I am pregnant I do NOT feel safe taking any booster shots. There is no guarantee or evidence that can prove my unborn child will be safe from it and that my child won't have any health or medical complications from it now... View More

Maya L. Serkova
Maya L. Serkova
answered on Feb 8, 2022

If you have a closely held religious belief that prevents you from taking the vaccine, you will need to present that information to your employer. But keep in mind whether you claim a medical or religious exemption, the accommodation is still not automatic. The employer should try to accommodate... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Sexual Harassment for Louisiana on
Q: I was sexually abused by my pastor who was also my employer & Christian counsellor. He abused his power and sacred ..

.. sacred position, took advantage of my severe history of trauma, and violated my trust, destroyed my faith, gave me COVID from some missionaries that visited 2 months ago, and worst of all, when my phone broke and I needed a new one, he gave me his old one (after he thought he deleted most... View More

Douglas Lee Bryan
Douglas Lee Bryan
answered on Jan 26, 2021

Your pastor may have committed a crime, which would be handled through law enforcement and the District Attorney. You should call your local police department or Sheriff's Office to discuss that aspect further. However, I recommend that you speak with an attorney who handles personal injury... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Sexual Harassment for New Jersey on
Q: Hello i need help for a case for my child
Leonard R. Boyer
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answered on Oct 28, 2020

In order to obtain help, you are really going to need to consult with an experienced matrimonial attorney to find out what your exact situation is and then provide you with an effective plan of action. During the Pandemic, many quality attorneys will provide you with the option of an initial... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Land Use & Zoning, Landlord - Tenant and Sexual Harassment for Oregon on
Q: Can my landlord come stay at my rental property? I take this as a threat.

I do not have a written lease, only verbal. I told my friend/landlord about a guy I was seeing. Shortly thereafter my landlord showed up unwarranted and stayed in a garden shed, told me I lost his trust, made hideous sexual references, threatened to kick me out. A few tough weeks followed, I’d... View More

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Apr 28, 2020

The exact details here make all the difference - which is why it is ALWAYS a good idea to only rent pursuant to a written lease. One main issue for you is likely to be what exactly it is that you rented. A written rental agreement specifies that. Here, IF the landlord can make an... View More

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