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Shauna Alexander
over 6 months ago

SAW Paralegal Services

SAW Paralegal Services offer Virtual SSDI/SSI Legal and Consulting Services full time, part time, temporary, seasonal or contract. Specializing in working with solo firms, small firms and firms new to the practice of Social Security Disability law not excluding all other types Social Security Disability law firms; we handle all levels of claims from the initial interview through to Federal Court. Additionally, we provide single services such as intakes, initial interviews, medical records request, medical records review, medical records submission, medical records summary, case status check, brief writing, completing application online, completing appeals online; in addition to document and consulting services. We provide strong work ethics and efficient customer service skills that do not only get the job done effectively but promote your firm on the highest caliber of professionalism. No matter the task small or large, SAW Paralegal Services handle all duties with the same professionalism and urgency.

SAW Paralegal Services Stairway to Your Success 813-SSDI-WRK (813-773-4975) (Phone) 800-603-9570 (Fax) SAWParalegalServices@gmail.com

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Thomas O'Neill
over 6 months ago

How do you persuade a potential employer that you're a candidate worth taking a chance on?

I've built a great practice for over a decade in an area that has a reputation for being a little off the beaten path - West Virginia. Over the course of my career I've been exposed to issues and experiences that have sharpened me into a very good corporate transactional attorney within the energy sector, but my experience in job hunting for the past two years leads me to the inescapable conclusion that my geographic location may be a strike (or two) against me (being from West Virginia, I'm used to the idea that my attachment to this place isn't always a professional plus). How can I overcome potential geographic biases, and at least get past the gatekeepers to the interview stage?

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Heather Yray
4 months ago

Fired due to ad on vehicle

I can not believe that my boyfriend was fired yesterday due to my having an ad on my vehicle to make extra money! Not to mention I had the ad on my car when he first applied. It is unbelievable to me. #termination #advice #management #unemployment #legal

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Todd Fike
over 6 months ago

Lawsuit?

DMV made a mistake and got me fired from a driving / traveling job. Anyone know if there could be a lawsuit there?

My employer told me a ticket was making the company insurance drop me, so I accepted it as I did get a ticket, but later check my driving record to see it was suspended about 21 days later. Called DMV and they fixed it that day, also sent an e-mail to my previous employer letting them know the situation. Sadly the HR person will not talk to me at all, nor respond to my e-mails. SMH.

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rolando velasquez
3 months ago

Workplace dilemma…

so this coworker accused me of stealing the master keys to the place today and she started calling management and her bosses spreading lies and telling them that they should fire me and call the police without no evidence whatsoever . Turns out that the keys were misplaced by the janitor himself and were found later on . Can I file a report or press charges on her for defamation of character and falsely accusing me of stealing the keys ? #management #termination #interview #advice #legal #coworkers

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Jerry Mack
over 6 months ago

Securty

Any job for security or hospital escort I'm looking. For 12. To. 14. He

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David Graves
over 6 months ago

Am I supposed to be psychic?

So I just finished getting loaded and I looked at my GPS routing before pulling out and it was showing the shortest route to a near by state route. I didn’t blindly follow the gps but rather pulled up the road on Google and scrolled through the street view to make sure that there wasn’t any signs showing that it was restricted or weight restrictions. No sings showing so I proceeded down the road. I came to an intersection one block from the state route. After pulling through the state route a guy in a white pickup truck pulled me over and told me that I was on a restricted road to which I replied there was no signs posted. He said “I know, we stopped putting them up because they kept getting taken down, but I can give you a website to go to and it will tell you all the roads you can’t be on.” He then took my information and wrote me a very hefty ticket.

Okay, so we went to court and because it was a civil issue, we still had to pay a fine but the judge reduced it by 60% which gave me a little breathing room but it was still steep if you add in the attorney cost.

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Brian Plummer
over 6 months ago

Illegal to fire me or cut my hours because Im too slow?

I work for a inventory company and they have briefings before every shift. They have been threatening us that if we don't work fast enough we will be sent home. We are expected to maintain a cph (count per hour) and it is unreasonably high. There is no way most of us can do that without guessing which would result in a inaccurate count which the whole point of our job is to provide a accurate inventory, and there are recounts done by the retail managers at the locations that we work. They stated last shift I worked that they are going to make a dedicated crew of the fastest people between two offices to give the majority of the hours to and also said some of us will be fired. Is this legal? It sounds like discrimination to me. I work hard and so do others we do our best at our job, we don't slack off, engage in unnecessary conversations with coworkers, or anything else that would affect our performance. Also we used to get a "3 minute break" once per shift but now told no breaks whatsoever, don't ask. Our shifts usually are about 6 hours. I thought you were entitled to a 15 minute break after 4 hours but im not sure. This job is in Florida. I really want to ask management about all this but afraid I will be fired or my hours cut even more. What should I do I'm already not getting enough hours to survive but a job is better than no job.

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Nancy Pochurek
over 6 months ago

Jr. Legal Assistant

In 1992, I obtained a Certificate of Paralegal Studies from the American Institute of Paralegal Studies. However, I have had minimal work experience working in the legal field because I do not have a Bachelor's Degree to coincide with the certificate. Would Legal Aid Southeaster PA be willing to consider me as an entry level employee in the future if an opening arises? If so, please contact me at grayson478@verizon.net. Thank you, Nancy Pochurek

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