Wanting to know if I have a case to get anything thing from company? I brought it up to the HR at employees but has not done anything for the past week, I have statement from another hourly stating that was said from the one management told.
Your statement doesn't relate what was said. If there were false, defamatory statements made about you to third parties, you may have been the victim of defamation of character. The correct practice area would be "Libel & Slander".See question
Drug: simvastatin Now walking with cane and cannot walk more than a block or two.
The practice area would probably be "Product Liability" or possibly "Medical Malpractice". For medmal cases, I recommend Chris Otorowski - http://www.medilaw.com/See question
In 2008, WA Supreme Court ruled that posting political & religious signage on apt. doors in public housing buildings was ok (see Resident Action Council v Seattle Housing Authority, 80006-5, 3/3/08). Since then, a leasing agent at another HA issue...
Action Council v. Hous. Auth., 162 Wn.2d 773 (2008) is an interesting case. Justice Madsen wrote a brilliant, vigorous dissent. A quick google search says you can contact the Resident Action Council at 2600 S Walker St, Seattle, WA 98144, Phone:(206) 322-1297.See question
I'm a real estate broker in WA. I received a referral from a CA brokerage. I listed the client's property, found them a buyer, received a signed offer and the sellers, my clients, decided not to sell for personal reasons. We pulled the home off...
There probably aren't any laws directly addressing your question, as far as statutes, ordinances, or regulations. It would probably be under the category of "contract law". It's best to keep your accounting straight, of course. For one thing, your payment would probably be deductible for tax purposes. If you consult an attorney (which you probably should), there might be questions about further details of the circumstances. Specifically, it is unclear what the status of your former brokerage is. It might make a difference. Your accountant might be able to address your issues.See question
Hi, I been in a car accident two weeks ago, the other car rear end me when my car was stopped at the intersection. Where can I get the city intersection copy of city video cam, there was cameras on the intersection on all 4 corners, porobably it r...
You need to hire a lawyer. Video can be obtained from the Seattle Police Department. It's important to follow your doctor's orders. Good luck.See question
My friend and I just realized that my EX's current gf is her 9 year olds son school councilor. They found this out because my dght was being babysat by her one day when they went to pick her son up. The gf proceeded to talk about my EX's and my...
There is a cause of action for invasion of privacy, public disclosure of private information, etc. If you chose to sue about something like that, though, you have the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence every element of your cause of action, including the extent of your damages, which in your case may be de minimus.See question
My Babys Dads girlfriend is on my sons medical records listed as his Adoptive Mother. This is a lie
Your statement doesn't seem to describe circumstances comprising a cause of action at either civil or criminal law.See question
I was ordered to pay support but have been unable to find a job
There are arrest warrants and search warrants. Courts have the authority to issue either kind.See question
looking for a lawyer to represent in DOH petition for negative action from 2002
Usually, to challenge an action of an administrative agency decision, you must exhaust your avenues of appeal within the agency, then if you go to Superior Court, you have to prove the decision was "arbitrary and capricious". The "Find a Lawyer" function on this website might be useful. Look under "Administrative Law".See question
that mean it is considered admissible evidence and should be relied upon? This is a family law case.
Written statement usually have to be sworn. Out of court statements are usually considered "hearsay" and inadmissible, but there are many exceptions to the hearsay rule. See Title 8 of the Evidence Rules. https://www.courts.wa.gov/court_rules/?fa=court_rules.list&group=ga&set=ER. Questions about a statement's authenticity or credibility might go the weight of the evidence rather than its admissibility.See question