Walmart manager did not pull her a side to tell her she was doing it wrong before she was fired.
It is OK for an employer to be a jerk in Arizona. Absent discrimination or a whistleblower situation (which are not present apparently here), there is nothing left, except possibly that Walmart violated its own disciplinary rules. You might take Walmart's policy and procedure manual to a lawyer to see if they did. Make sure she got all the compensation she had earned at the time of the termination. If she didn't, there may be a claim.See question
So my ex roommates dad is trying to,press 7 grand on me and my girlfriend for property damage that we never caused. Now we are going to small claims court should I get a lawyer for this?
Yes, get a lawyer. 7K takes you out of small claims and into justice court. If you prevail, you will be eligible for reimbursement of your attorney's fees. You don't really give enough information to evaluate your claims and defenses. Get a legal consultation.See question
We signed a 2 year lease on a rental in South Phoenix in Oct. 2013. In Feb. 2015 part of the home caught fire and it was our fault. As an on time tenant for rent, we have had a good relationship with our landlord, and paid the homeowner's insura...
Without hearing more and seeing the paperwork, it strikes me that the landlord cannot shift the burden from her insurer to you.See question
My landlord was made aware 3 months ago that I literally had "mushrooms" coming from my bathroom fan. It finally fell, due to dampness and my the upstairs toilet is leaking in my walls. The ceiling and bathroom wall are full of black mold. I went ...
Talk to the city. There are legal remedies as well, but it sounds like you do not have the money to pursue them.See question
I am unsure on what information should be put on this motion.
It is clear from your question that you are not equipped to answer this motion. Get to an experienced litigator.See question
Lawsuit on a credit card debt, in which I am the Defendent
You are not answering defendant's. You are drafting your own. The rule will tell you what the disclosure needs to include. Depending on the judge, the failure to disclose can eventually prove very heavy.See question
My parents rented a house through a rental agency two years ago. Turns out the CA-based landlord stopped paying the mortgage about 6 mos before they moved in; they learned about the pending foreclosure via a letter from the bank. The former landlo...
There are many issues here. Get to an attorney.See question
My sister-in-law is selling us a house. We had moved in over 2 months ago, w/ the intention of seeking a mortgage and closing the deal-(there was no time limit discussed)- she was well aware of some credit issues that would cause some delays. She...
It will all depend on the language of the purchase agreement. Take it to an attorney.See question
What kind of lawsuit would I file to get money for lost wages as well as loosing our deposit on housing that is over $15,000
Get to an attorney. Your narrative is too incomplete for a good legal answer.See question
I run a small repair shop in Phoenix. A customer returned stating that another shop diagnosed his engine failure as being as result of my work. I have neither seen documentation on vehicle nor the vehicle itself. In an effort to satisfy cust. I of...
There must be some proof that you messed up the job. And even then, you are not required to pay for the other repair shop's work. You need to see a lawyer, though, and give him or her more detail.See question