I was terminated for lack of job performance, but i was never properly trained for the job
The other attorney's answer is on target: in Ohio, subject to some limited exceptions, an at-will employee can be fired for good cause (you stole something), bad cause (your boss doesn't like your hair color), or no cause at all. Just because they didn't train you properly doesn't mean your termination was wrongful.See question
I wore a blouse to work that had a tie below the waist.I wore it in an indoor airconditioned office.Next day rash on neck and started developing wherever the shirt touched my skin, bought allergy medicine & cream.3rd day went on vacation hoping it...
Can you sue? Sure. Should you sue is the more important question. First, start by documenting your healing process with plenty of records and photos. Keep the store receipt. Save the shirt. Document your expenses (out-of-pocket and anything covered by health insurance).
Next, when you have recovered, consider your damages. How much did you spent on medical treatment? Keep in mind that filing a lawsuit can be time-consuming and expensive.
Finally, consult with a personal injury attorney in your area to discuss your claim.See question
My lease was one month at a time. Manager of the park told me to give her the notice. All utilities were shut off at the home mid June. New lease else where was signed starting July and allowed to move in Mid June as well. Now I received a bil...
Your statement highlights the important of sending notices via certified mail with a signature requirement, so that you have a verifiable paper trail in the event the other party claims you didn't give notice.
When did you give notice? A 30 day notice is typically required in these situations.
For over a year I have been waiting for the landlord to fix minor leaks holes in the floor by the bath tub and etc.. nothing had been done.. at the beginning of July I notified her via text messages that I had found bed bugs in the home and yet on...
Inform your landlord that you will place your rent into escrow until the problems are remedied. A word of caution re: bedbugs - Ohio landlord/tenant law does not specifically address bedbugs and therefore your landlord may take the position that you are responsible to paying for eradication and treatment. As always, check your lease agreement to see if minor holes, repairs, and infestation are contemplated.See question
Small Claim people must state the value they lost or damage, and much they want... But in other court, do people must state what they want for remedy from plaintiff...in case of slip and fall, and other issues related to personal civil matter, for...
Based on how you've phrased your question, I'd highly advise you to at least consult with, if not retain an experienced attorney to discuss your claim before you proceed. You don't file a motion to sue someone for libel (or slander - these are different and it's important to know the difference), you file a complaint. Which court you file the complaint in depends on the amount of the damages you're asserting. If you don't have any damages, you're wasting your time and money.See question
Fiance and I got a joint acct at Helzberg Diamonds for my ring, he just broke off the engagement and refuses to make payments. We did a joint acct to help build up his credit and now he refuses to pay because "he is done". I have the ring but can'...
Sell it. Pay as much as possible on the account. Hope they don't come after you for a deficiency. Take him to court (most Ohio small claims courts have a $3,000 limit) for his portion - or all. Hope you get some money from him.See question
My Fiance just pled out to 7 yrs on charges that he wasn't guilty of due to strong arm tactics etc. To make a long story short his counsel was insufficient & he will have no problem prooving that. He had 3 SEPARATE cases and the prosecutor sentenc...
A successful ineffective assistance of counsel appeal is incredibly hard to prove. The fact that you believe your boyfriend, who is now sitting in jail, will be able to prove ineffective assistance without any problem (without an attorney!) indicates to me that both you and he do not realize what an incredibly difficult proposition it is that you're proposing.
Advance appellate advocacy is hard. It's not something that is even taught in law school. It's not something you're going to learn on avvo.com. It's not something done without an attorney while sitting in jail.See question
Material facts, if you believe your case demonstrates you may win and your complaints are backed by case law would it be well advised to move to request discovery immediately or summary judgment.
It would be advisable to hire an attorney to represent you - merely asking the question in the manner in which you did indicates to me that you're in waaay over your head.See question
I was attacked while leaving during closing hours at work, and according to company policy employees are to be supervised leaving at such hours, which I was not.
Contact an attorney in your area who has experience in the personal injury and workers compensation field. Without knowing additional detail it is difficult to make a determination, but it does sound like something that you should pursue.See question
Is this legal?? It is not in the contract I signed. Please Help!!
Double - even triple check your lease to be sure which utility payments are, and which utility payments are not contemplated in the lease. If you're sure it is not, write your landlord and tell him or her so. Be prepared to pay your rent into an escrow account until the matter is settled. If you landlord doesn't back down, consider consulting with an attorney and asking the attorney to take a look at your lease and offer you his or her legal guidance.See question