My husband has had multiple bunion surgeries on both of his feet and hasnt fully recovered yet. Plus, he's been having complications while recovering. Due to his condition he has missed many combat trainings and protocol trainings for his job thus...
No you cannot sue the Army for this. The law does not allow soldiers or their family members to sue the Army or their chain of command for things that occurred to them while on active duty.See question
Recently I have been in some very dark places and can't seem find myself back to normal life. I am going to counseling and have been diagnosed with Adjustment disorder with depressed mood and another doctor said I have PTSD with depression. I am s...
Start with your health care provider. Ask about a MEB/PEB for your depression. But most importantly take care of your health. You have served for 20 years. You deserve to be treated better.See question
Was on depo for 17 years have vision problems when I finally got off I lost over 100 lbs. I know I have shrunk in height and my feet have shrunk in size also I also have and city depression acid reflux hypoglycemia diverticulitis and indrametreos...
I'm not sure why this was posted under military law, but you need to speak to a physician, not a lawyer.See question
I served 24 months in the Navy and I have been out for about 3 years now. I never tried to claim any benefits because I thought I wasn't entitled to any. I just wanted to see if there is educational benefits for helping me go to school
Only the VA can really answer this question. Sit down with a VA rep and go over your options.See question
I am going through hard times now and was looking into RE enlisting. But have been given the run around.
While you may be legally eligible to enlist with a waiver, only a recruiter can tell you if you can reenlist.See question
I was discharged from the air force in 2006 with a general under honorable conditions for misconduct and would like to re enlist in the Army.
You need to file a petition with the Air Force Discharge Review Board within 15 years of the date of your discharge. Be mindful that the law presumes your discharge was appropriate, and the burden is on you to prove otherwise. Also, a successful upgrade does not mean the Army will accept you.
Best to have experienced counsel represent you to improve your chances.
She may trouble..I would not want her watching my children
Because the judge felt that her release was in society's best interests, given all of the facts of the case (which we don't have.)See question
I have no criminal record or prior run-ins with the law. I take 20mg Adderall XR, 10mg Adderall IR, 150mg Zoloft, 50mg Lamictal, 0.5mg of Klonopin daily for Bipolar Depression and Panic Disorder. I also took 1000mg of Azithromycin at approximately...
The question of intent would be left up to a judge or jury. You have retained counsel. Listen to them.See question
My boss was fired and now he is threatening a lawsuit against the company for discrimination. Stating he is fired whilst my colleague and I (both females still have our jobs). I am unsure on the reasons for his dismissal. However, I am positive th...
Ms. Trevino provides excellent practical advice. Putting aside the legality of it (Which it likely is) from a practical standpoint you are going to have to turn them over eventually, and your employer can require you to do so or terminate you.See question
During my time as an administrative assistant i would get talked to by the office administrator for not doing my job correctly even though i had not been trained properly and when i would ask her for help, she would tell me to ask someone else. S...
It is unclear what you think was "wrongful" about the termination. Just as you can quit for no reason (or a bad reason) your employer can fire you for no reason (or a bad reason) so long as it is not discriminatory or in violation of a written contract.See question