The contemporary American workplace is susceptible to numerous federal, state, and local legislation that impose strict obligations on businesses (e.g., wage and hour legal guidelines, nondiscrimination legislation, etc.). Many organisations, especially smaller businesses, don't completely understand the scope of those obligations and, therefore, frequently (albeit inadvertently) violate what the law states. These violations can result in costly lawsuits, along with civil and criminal penalties. In my experience as being a defense attorney in addition to being a plaintiff's lawyer, the most typical employment law mistakes done by corporations are these (in no particular order):
This was said to be the better solution to having to sue for getting injured on the job. Such BS that this is anything to protect an injured workers .rights.. Plus if there is any problem with ones legal defense good luck getting another lawyer to take over for the 20 percent they'd have to share with the bad lawyer. If you took a job that was low paying, because well those are about the only jobs any one unemployed has to take, then your not important enough to the lawyer. What the hell is this country about.? What a mess!!!!
Has anyone here been prescribed Topomax and/or Elavil for the pain? I took them for the first time last Fri. night before I went to bed. I couldn't function until noon Saturday, and didn't trust myself to drive the car until after 3 pm. Just wondered if anyone else has had a similar experience with either of these, and especially with both.