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    Re: Rear Ended Fracture to Neck

    Cory, absolutely talk to an attorney. You definitely want to be sure all your rights are protected and that you are properly compensated for your injuries.

    But be prepared for the attorney to...
  2. Re: Mother is Not Following Order After Final Visitation Order

    BY YOUR OWN DESCRIPTIONS you are the one who is causing the problems. Not Mom. Not even Stepmom since you have no evidence whatsoever that Stepmom is doing the textings.

    That you can't see that...
  3. Re: Mother is Not Following Order After Final Visitation Order

    Will the judge agree that I do the pick up and drop off just because she does not have a car and can’t take public transportation because she has a baby?

    Yes. It is entirely possible that the...
  4. Re: Mother is Not Following Order After Final Visitation Order

    Yes, well you just let us know how that turns out. Be prepared to back up any claims of success with searchable links that we can confirm independently.
  5. Re: Mother is Not Following Order After Final Visitation Order

    Well, it's about damned time you started doing SOME of the work of co-parenting your child.

    You're the only one who thinks Mom's wants are outrageous. Have you still not figured out that the rest...
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    Re: Warning ( One More and Big Trouble)

    But you'd damned well be able to point to at least one person who is similarly situated, committed the same offenses the same number of times, and was treated differently. They're allowed to treat...
  7. Re: Mother is Not Following Order After Final Visitation Order

    You're always so sure that the judge will see it your way, give you everything you want and tell Mom she has to bend to your will. How's that working out for you so far?
  8. Support Arrears: Re: My Kids Are Paying My (Their) Arrears to Keep Me Out of Jail

    You can take your kids to the hearing if it will make you feel better. It won't do any harm. It won't do any good, though, because the arrears is not owed to them - it's owed to their father, and he...
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    Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: This Medication Ruined My Life. Next Steps

    The answers are still the same as in your previous posts:

    https://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=242805&p=1117541&highlight=#post1117541
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    Getting Fired: Re: Disagreed with Dishonesty, Terminated

    My mother successfully changed jobs when she was 63. Stayed at the new place until they moved out of state seven years later.

    It can be done.
  11. Re: Worker Rights and Safety vs. Patient Preferences

    I'm not being snarky or sarcastic or making light of your concerns. (I don't do well in excessive heat either.) I am asking a sincere question that will affect how I answer you further.

    How many...
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    Getting Fired: Re: Disagreed with Dishonesty, Terminated

    Yes, I understand what he was saying. I think you're the one who doesn't. "Bad hire" doesn't say anything about you as a person or an employee - it means that the employee and the job were not a good...
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    Getting Fired: Re: Disagreed with Dishonesty, Terminated

    Would you prefer that he tell you that you have legal recourse, and then have you find out when you go to take legal recourse that you don't?

    Telling you that you do not have clear evidence of a...
  14. Thread: Employee File

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    Getting Fired: Re: Employee File

    And what disability do you have for which a private office is needed to fulfill the essential functions of your position? Did your doctor agree that you needed a private office in order to...
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    Re: Judge Refuses to Terminate Probation

    What reason did the judge and prosecutor provide?
  16. Thread: Employee File

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    Getting Fired: Re: Employee File

    Did you self-identify as disabled to the employer and did you acknowledge that you needed an accommodation to complete the essential functions of your position? Did you request such an accommodation...
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    Establishment: Re: Is a Protection Order Likely to Be Granted

    Asking, not arguing.

    Since the daughter is 18 and a legal adult, wouldn't she have to apply for a separate order on her own?
  18. Background Checks: Re: Hired Before Background Check Complete then Fired

    Not illegal, however,

    And unless you had already been enrolled in health insurance AND the effective date of coverage had already passed, you are not eligible for COBRA.
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    Re: Rights to Protect Property

    My brother has lived in Seattle for over 20 years now. Never once reported any of the problems you're describing.
  20. Re: Mother is Not Following Order After Final Visitation Order

    Oh, no. I'm not traveling down that path with you again, my friend. And I doubt if anyone else here will, either.
  21. Discrimination: Re: Company Rep Publily States Preference for Hiring Certain Race/ Gender

    DON'T start that back up again.
  22. Thread: Ending Contract

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    Getting Fired: Re: Ending Contract

    A single comment that a 20 year old intern could do the job faster, particularly when put in context with all the other baggage, is NOT going to be sufficient to sustain a discrimination claim.
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  23. Discrimination: Re: Company Rep Publily States Preference for Hiring Certain Race/ Gender

    It also depends on the job.
  24. Lost Property: Re: Roommate Threw Out All Belongings, Without Any Notice, or Contact

    Thank you for sharing your story. Do you have a legal question for the board?
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    Education Law Issues: Re: High School Enrollment of a Minor

    Whether you can or cannot enroll yourself in school is determined by the policy of the individual district; there is no one-size-fits-all yes or no answer.
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