You need an attorney to best represent the interests of your child. Also, if you were awarded $500 in a small claims case, you did not lose, you just may not have received the amount you were asking for.
Yes. You should promptly seek the advice of an attorney to represent your interests. Time is of the essence to make sure your injuries, losses and damages to your vehicle are properly documented. Most attorneys practicing in this area handle matters on a contingency basis and pay any fees upfront, meaning if you do not recover anything then you do not owe anything.
You should definitely consult with an attorney as it would not be wise to proceed in defense of yourself and your child without counsel. To briefly address your concerns, you and your child have both been named so, depending on how the complaint was alleged, you may be jointly and severally liable for a claim. If you are found liable, your assets that you own may be in danger. Good luck.
You should promptly retain an attorney to handle your potential claims. Individuals who have been the victims of accidents such as yours are entitled to compensation for your injuries and related damages, as you have mentioned. The sooner you handle the matter with an attorney the better. Good luck.
First, severance is discretionary from the employer and depends on whether you are leaving your job or not. You would not likely be able to get severance and take legal action as your employer, assuming you want to quit or they want to fire you, would only offer you severance in exchange for a release of any claims.
Second, you can take legal action but more facts would need to be known about the potential claims and the parties. For example, you have claims for assault and battery against...
If you have consulted with but not retained either of the attorneys, you may wish to consult with someone who values client communications. If you have retained an attorney, talk to them about your concerns.
California law prohibits individuals from being retaliated against by their employers for complaining about unlawful conduct, such as sexual harassment. The retaliation in this case, as you describe it, appears to be clearly linked to your complaint about the incident relating to the photo of you being passed around. Your complaint about that situation is a protected complaint under California law and an employer has a duty to engage in a reasonable and good faith investigation of the matter....