I just found a long blonde or gray hair in a pack of thin sliced chicken breast meat that I purchased from walmart. I am disgusted and literally threw up. Should I contact the company, do I have a lawsuit? What can I do about this. I am so upset, ...
Do nothing. Go on and live your life and do not think about this again. You found a hair in your food. It happens. Could have been a bug. That happens too.See question
Does any one of these apply to Civil Appeal Judges? If so, which one? Officer or employee of the state or of any agency or other entity of the state or any political subdivision of the state.
Yes, judges are state employees, and are employed by the judicial branch of government. But if you were thinking about bringing suit against a judge you should know that in almost all cases judges will be found to have "absolute judicial immunity" for their judicial acts, where those acts occurred in the performance of their judicial roles.See question
I believe this is going to take more than 800 characters to explain. In short, I sustained a deblitataing injury in training that is going to result in my being put in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. My objective is just to cause a change in...
You have to ask individual lawyers privately. They cannot initiate contact with you because professional ethics rules on solicitation prohibit them from doing so.See question
orgy with your friends" to the same co-worker constitute sexual harassment and subsequent termination of employment? If I get terminated, is it considered wrongful termination and able to pursue legal action?
Both state and federal law prohibit employers from discriminating in employment on the basis of gender. Employers are prohibited from tolerating a working environment in which employees are subjected to unwanted sexual advances or a pervasively sexualized atmosphere. A single isolated comment is not enough to create a pervasively sexualized atmosphere. However, a private employer who terminates an at will employee because the employee made a comment which was objectionable probably does not violate the law, unless there's an employee manual committing the employer to a course of progressive discipline, which employer breached by terminating employee despite the progressive discipline procedure's existence.
Not legal advice as I do not practice law in Oregon. Consult Oregon counsel to obtain legal advice. I practice in Vermont ONLY.See question
First time I hired a lawyer. I gave a criminal defense lawyer retainer money while a case was pending investigation in worry. Pending completion of the investigation, it turned from criminal to civil so I no longer required the lawyer's services....
I don't practice law in New York, but $800 sounds unbelievably high to me. I have never heard of a lawyer charging anywhere near that much per hour.See question
Hi, a friend asked me to write. He has a permanently revoked license in the state of Florida due to Four DUI convictions. Vermont will not issue him a license as a result. He managed to get a friend to get insurance in his name so that a vehicl...
A link to the text of 24 V.S.A. section 674 is below. Your friend may want to take a look. It may or may not apply to his circumstance.
Consult Vermont counsel in person to obtain legal advice.See question
Once a settlement agreement is submitted to the dept of labor, generally how long does it take to get an approval?
Not long. Usually within a week or two unless the person responsible for reviewing the agreement has some questions that require amendment of the agreement.See question
The constitution ( Article 1 Section 9 ) Says it is not legal.
Criminal laws cannot have retroactive effect. But other kinds of laws may be applied retroactively if the law is explicit about their retroactive effect. You don't say what kind of law you are asking about.See question