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  1. #11
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    There is little reason to think you won't get the same answers here.

    I really don't understand this question you asked.
    "Does the employer know what I am suing them for?"
    Yes, you will have to file the suit and in the suit, you will state your cause of action.

    Are you trying to do this again without a lawyer?

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    There is little reason to think you won't get the same answers here.

    I really don't understand this question you asked.

    Yes, you will have to file the suit and in the suit, you will state your cause of action.

    Are you trying to do this again without a lawyer?
    I have an attorney. He doesnít want me giving away any information.

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    I have an attorney. He doesn’t want me giving away any information.
    So why isn't your attorney answering these questions?

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    So why isn't your attorney answering these questions?
    I just answered it above. To avoid giving away information

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    This is why I stopped answering you. You refuse to give us any information and then expect us to be able to somehow divine the answers out of thin air.

    Then, you refuse to believe the answers.

    There is absolutely no reason your attorney cannot answer these questions when YOU ask them.

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    I just answered it above. To avoid giving away information
    So when you asked your attorney these questions, he/she refused to answer them on the basis that he/she didn't want to give you any information?

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    So when you asked your attorney these questions, he/she refused to answer them on the basis that he/she didn't want to give you any information?

    I wouldnít say refused. Its more like broad. I just thought someone here might know the process. I know every case is different but Iím sure the process is similar.

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    I wouldn’t say refused. Its more like broad. I just thought someone here might know the process. I know every case is different but I’m sure the process is similar.
    So your attorney has...what? broadly refused to answer your questions? I don't understand this. Why would your attorney refuse (broadly or otherwise) to answer your questions?

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    So your attorney has...what? broadly refused to answer your questions? I don't understand this. Why would your attorney refuse (broadly or otherwise) to answer your questions?
    They gave me broad answers. They didnít refuse anything.

  10. #20
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    They gave me broad answers. They didnít refuse anything.
    Unless your attorney is running a one-man/woman business, they don't have all the answers about your case at hand when you call to ask questions. And to be fair to the lawyer and to you, they are not going go give you detailed answers over the phone. You pay for their time and you hired them to handle your case.

    It's like you have a carpenter working on your house (you hired them to build you something) and instead of letting them do their work, you keep asking them what they are doing or how they will do this or that.

    You either trust that your lawyer will serve your best interest or you don't. You shouldn't micro-manage your lawyer.

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