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My Younger Brother Was Fired Todaay From His Job. He Works For A Wholesale Club. On Sunday, A Lady Ran Into His Carts That He Was Pulling Back Into The Store. The Lady Went Into The Store And Says He Hit Her But According To Him There Was No Ivestigation By The Management And On Top Of That They Gave The Lady His Home Number And Information, Told Her To Contact Him For Damages To Her Car And Fired Him. The Lady Is Calling Him At Home Demanding To Speak With Him About The Accident. Of Course Because She Has His Phone Number, She Also Has His Address. What Should He Do? I Know It Is Not Legal To Give Out An Employees Personal Information No Matter What So What Step Should He Take Next?
He should contact an attorney immediately.
Stores are required to carry insurance to cover many things, and those types of accidents should fall under their insurance coverage.
Also, giving out personal information about employees in a situation like this is illegal, and he can, I believe, sue his former employer, or at least the idiot who handed out the information, for doing it.
Many states have laws which allow them to fire an employee for any reason, and your state may fall into that category, in which case he has no legal recourse about getting his job back. However, it sounds like the management at the store is trying to put all the blame and responsibility that they should be shouldering onto him, and that is illegal. They are responsible for what happens on their property.
Was he, by chance, working for the Wal-Mart corporation, like at a Sam's Club? I know they are in a lot of trouble and facing lawsuits in many states for their shoddy treatment of employees, and if that's the case here, it does not surprise me one bit.
An attorney will know how to proceed. He can get the ball rolling by sending a letter to your brother's former employer, telling them that he does not intend to pay for something which is covered by their insurance. An attorney can also help him get the woman off his back. She has absolutely no right to harrass him, but I would imagine that she is just acting on what she was told to do by the managers of the store.
In no case should he even talk with the woman if he can help it. Even an innocent admission of being sorry the accident took place can be used later to show that he felt he was responsible for the accident. He needs to get legal representation, and let the attorney speak for him in all things.
If there is a website for your state's Bar Association, and there should be one somewhere on the internet, it should list resources where he can get help either for free or on a sliding scale so that he doesn't have to fork out hundreds of dollars for help.
I am so sorry he is stuck dealing with this. He did nothing wrong. I hope it all works out okay.
Name The Law Firm Where Prince Obama Achieved A Leadership Role Or The University Where He Tenured?
Has Obama Completed His Us Senate Term?
Has He Achieved A Partnership Position At A Law Firm?
Has Prince Obama Achieve Professional Tenure At Any University As A Teacher?
Why Has He Not Completed Any Professional Careers?
Does This Speak Of His Judgment And Credentials?
Well I'm older than Obama and I haven't completed a professional career I'm happy to say. I'm certain you have done your homework, but let me point out a couple of things. Obama who was not born to privilege not only graduated Harvard Law School and became the first black president of the Harvard Law Review.
The University of Chicago Law School provided him with a fellowship and an office in which to write his first book. If you will go to that university's web site you can read a press-release regarding Obama's tenure there. Obama chose to not pursue a tenure track after teaching Constitutional Law for 12 years (think about it... a President who has actually read the Constitution!).
Obama chose instead to do community work and enter public life. While people seem to be routinely pointing out that McCain "served his country" and Obama did not it should be remembered that when Obama came of age there was no war and would not be one for a while. Obama decided to make a difference right where he was.
He ran the very successful voter registration drive "Project Vote" voter registration drive and in 1993 Obama joined Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland, a 12-attorney law firm specializing in civil rights litigation and neighborhood economic development.
To move from a law firm to a career in politics is not like quitting one's job as an astronaut to go clean toilets at the Quicky Mart. It is, in many cases, a promotion of sorts. If he had stayed with the law firm long enough to become full partner then his detractors would say he didn't care about anything but money.
So, just to wrap up, "finishing careers" means dying or retiring.
Becoming President of the United States by graduating Harvard Law School through scholarships and student loans, becoming President of the Harvard Law Review, moving on to lecture on law at a prestigious law school and working with a well-known law firm engaged in community activity and running local voter registration drives, becoming such a well-loved State Senator that you are elected to the U. S. Senate within eight years, then becoming the Democratic nominee for President of the United States after only four years in the US Senate may be "not holding a job" to you, but it sure as heck makes my resume look bad.
About Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer Things.?
Hello,I Need Find Personal Injury Lawyer In Chicago,
Are There Some Useful Website To Go?
Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer Donald Shapiro has been successfully representing people who have been seriously injured since 1978.
Tulare County District Attorney'S Office And Law Enforcement?
Has Anyone Been Unfairly Convicted Of A Crime(S) He Or She Didn'T Commit But Officials Of Law Enforcement Did And The Evidence Substantiating Your Innocence Was Lies And A Coverup? Did You Go To Trial And Get Convicted Of A Crime You Didn'T Commit? These Questions Are Pertinent To Tulare County.
You may not know this, but an awful lot of people who are convicted of crimes feel just like you're asking about here.
Sometimes they really did do what they were convicted of, too.
Suspected Child Abuse, I Have No Money For A Lawyer?
Help, I Am Suspecting Child Abuse With My 3 Year Old Son. Split Custody/Legal And Physical With The Father.
Son Has Been Displaying Aggressive Behavior, Hitting And Yelling. He Also Told Me That Daddy Hit Him And Locked Him In The Room, Naked.
Where Can I Get Legal Aid? I Am In California
I Have No Money For A Lawyer To Modify The Child Custody Agreement. I Want Supervised Visits. I Wake Up Every Morning With A Gnawing Feeling In The Pit Of My Stomach. I Need To Do Something About This, And What Should My First Step Be?
you dont need legal aid, you need to call the police NOW! they will talk to the child . if you suspected abuse from a stranger would you not call the police ? you can file papers with family court for a change of visitations, its an emergency petition, you can file a restraining order and temporary full custody with no visitations for the father untill a hearing , but you have to have proof, call the police if you really suspect abuse and your child says they have been abused. get your son therapy also
What Is The Penaty For A Person Who Gets A Third Dui In The State Of Florida?
This Gentleman Has Had Two Prior Dui'S And Has Just Been Stopped But Not Convicted Of A Third. He Wishes To Know The Law Concerning This.
3rd DUI conviction in more than 10 years will result in a 180-day to 1-year revocation unless 2 of the convictions fall within 5 years in which case a five-year revocation will apply. You are not eligible for a hardship license, but must wait out the revocation period.
A 3rd DUI within a 10-year period will result in a 10-year revocation. You must serve 2 years of this revocation period before being eligible to apply for a hardship license in the Administrative Review Office (see listing "Under Suspension - Need Driver License for Work") where you live. You must complete DUI School, and treatment, if referred, and have a favorable recommendation from the Special Supervision Services Program to be eligible for a hardship license. If given approval to reinstate early for hardship, you must present this approval to the driver license office. You must remain in the Special Supervision Services Program for the duration of the revocation period to retain your hardship license.
If you wait to reinstate until after your revocation period ends, you must present proof of enrollment or completion of DUI School, and treatment, if referred, is required. Failure to complete the course within 90 days after reinstatement will result in cancellation of your driver license by the department until the course is completed and failure to complete treatment may result in cancellation of your driver license.
At the time of reinstatement, whether for a hardship license or a full license, you must take the required examination, and pay $115 administrative fee and $60 reinstatement fee and any license fee required. Proof of liability insurance on the arrest date will be required or proof of liability coverage and a $15 reinstatement fee will be required
Any person who is convicted of a third violation of this section for an offense that occurs within 10 years after a prior conviction for a violation of this section commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084. In addition, the court shall order the mandatory placement for a period of not less than 2 years, at the convicted person's sole expense, of an ignition interlock device approved by the department in accordance with s. 316.1938 upon all vehicles that are individually or jointly leased or owned and routinely operated by the convicted person, when the convicted person qualifies for a permanent or restricted license. The installation of such device may not occur before July 1, 2003
Any person who is convicted of a third violation of this section for an offense that occurs more than 10 years after the date of a prior conviction for a violation of this section shall be punished by a fine of not less than $ 1,000 or more than $ 2,500 and by imprisonment for not more than 12 months. In addition, the court shall order the mandatory placement for a period of at least 2 years, at the convicted person's sole expense, of an ignition interlock device approved by the department in accordance with s. 316.1938 upon all vehicles that are individually or jointly leased or owned and routinely operated by the convicted person, when the convicted person qualifies for a permanent or restricted license