How to sue Taco bell for providing meat to Vegetarians?
We are very strict and it is dead against our culture to eat meat. We have explicitly ordered for veggies and black bean in our food and taco bell had replaced it with beef. I really need to take action against this firm as this is not the first time they are doing it to us.
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If you keep getting food you don't like at a certain restaurant QUIT EATING THERE!
Regardless of your reasons or religious beliefs or animal rights beliefs or food beliefs .... stop paying money to a company you say continues to serve meat to vegetarians.
If you feel strongly about the matter, by all means hire an experienced and seasoned Civil Litigation Trial Attorney on an hourly basis. It is going to cost you a lot of money, IT IS ABOUT THE PRINCIPLE.
If in the future you sustain severe and permanent personal injury, are wrongfully terminated from your job, are wrongfully evicted, are denied fundamental civil rights, etc. ..... More information is needed and you should search AVVO and immediately consult with an experienced Civil Rights attorney in your area. There is no substitute for an in person consultation with an experienced attorney. They will know the lay of the land for this type of case.
You may want to contact your local Law School and see if they have a Community Legal Aid Clinic, staffed by Law Students but supervised by licensed attorneys. Legal Aid offices sometimes have “self-help” departments staffed by clerks or paralegals to assist the general public with the selection, completion and filing of civil rights related forms. These individuals are knowledgeable in civil rights issues. They may or may not give you legal advice specific to your case, but they will give you practical advice on how best to proceed, what forms to file, and anticipated time frames involved. But for best results search AVVO and consult with a Civil Rights attorney in your area.
If possible you should consult in person with a qualified AVVO Civil Rights Attorney, or your local Legal Aid Office. This is not legal advice. You need to speak to an attorney who is licensed in your state for legal advice. I strongly recommend you make an appointment with a competent and experienced Civil Rights attorney in your area, who can take time to carefully evaluate and explain all options available. This is merely suggestions for you to think about in discussing your situation with the local attorney.