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srfecti644 : sue who for what? Do you have a contract that requires the employer to treat you fairly? Is the reason for someone getting fired harmful to you in some way?

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Sleeryrub : She did it 5 yrs ago? No, you cannot sue, don't be ridiculous. If you had felt threatened and had quit, you could have sued for loss of wages, but since you accepted it, you have no complaint.

In the US, you work at will, which means your employer can fire you at any time for little or no reason at all.
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rarsepoetry : I have a TRAINED German shepherd. His fence is now built and it is 9 feet high. A cop came to our house for a previous discussion with something with my dog and my dog WAS behind the fence take note. Then my dog started growling at him when he held up his gun. My dog is trained to growl , and on command attack with anybody with a gun. He will only attack if I say so. The pig officer shot my dog even though he was behind the fence !!!!!!! I payed so much in medical bills and my dog is little by little recovering and I want to know of I can charge the come with anything and if he pays for at least half of the medical bills ? There was no freaking reason to shoot my dog ?? A family member is a lawyer so I have no problem taking him to court. I'm not to good in this category so can I get any info. I spend so much money on him as we'll as my other pets because they are family !
I posted this question because my brother wouldn't answer the calls. I can press charges and he will have to pay the full bills. Oh , he was there because I pressed charges on some other people who got bitten by my dog. Know the think is my dog was tied up that day and this teen when in to my yard seeing the warning dog sign , seeing my Shep and me telling him not to go in the yard but of course he ran In to my yard and my dog bit him and on command let go. So thanks :)
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KellWen : If the entire trial consisted of the few sentences you wrote here, you might have a claim.
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Gahspooksom : No. You can't press charges.

And no, it is very unlikely you will be able to recover any money for the vet bills.

It is interesting that you have trained him to "attack anybody with a gun." And it is interesting that the officer was already there to speak with you about your dog.

All the officer has to do is claim he believed he was in danger and the shooting is justified.

RESPONSE TO ADDITIONAL DETAILS: "Know the think is my dog was tied up?" What on earth?

You keep make reference to the fact that the dog is well trained and responds to commands but the fact that you say that you now have a 9 foot fence tells me that your dog has now been designated as a dangerous dog. You are probably going to end up being criminally charged if and when you dog attacks someone else. And you should probably consider training your dog to refrain from growling or biting.
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Unrerolor : "The pig officer shot my dog even though he was behind the fence"

Didn't happen. If you had a solid fence, the officer couldn't have seen where the dog was. And if you had a wire or chain link fence, there would be a danger the bullet would ricochet off it and hit you or the officer or someone else.

"I payed so much in medical bills"

You didn't pay squat. In another question you claim you're 15 years old. And your parents are responsible for the bite that THEIR dog inflicted on the neighbor's kid (if that really happened either: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AiFrE8Cxh0EXcVjNX_RRVYvty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20130618163012AARF0KW )
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paxilelavill : I noticed a 45$ in branch withdrawal on my account that I did not make on my account. After speaking to customer service I discovered that an account was opened on the other side of the Country (I live in CA) using my Customer Number and a in branch withdrawal was also made at the time. I called the branch, spoke to the manager and waited 4 hours for a reply. Nothing ! I went into a branch and was told that I would be refunded. after receiving a refund I also got a good amount of paper work demanding a ton of personal info to file a fraud Claim otherwise they would take back the money. How is a banker error fraud? They want to run my credit report, send my info to an agency and it even says on the agreement that I can request to be excluded from a list for unsolicited insurance offers...Why would that even be a part of this? Its not right that they are making me go through this! This is NOT fraud, Wells Fargo made an error and if they remove the money from my account which was mine before the banker made an error how is that not stealing from me? My account had unauthorized activity via the Company so they are the ones who should be in trouble! I have called and tried to resolve this saying its mislabeled and its not fraud, they need to file it as a bank error but nothing is working to change that! is this legal?
A banker made a error when opening up an account by using my customer number to open a new customers account. The manger admitted that they made and error. I do not think its right that they are making me go through the fraud process because they are going to run my credit report and are asking to give a bunch of personal info to a "third party" to investigate (as stated in ITAC service agreement)
A banker made a error when opening up an account by using my customer number to open a new customers account. The manger admitted that they made and error. I do not think its right that they are making me go through the fraud process because they are going to run my credit report and are asking to give a bunch of personal info to a "third party" to investigate (as stated in ITAC service agreement)
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Fecregree : You are not being accused of fraud. Someone else has committed fraud against you ewhen they opened the other account using your info and then by making a withdrawal. The bank is protecting you by giving you back the money that was stolen from your account. Now they are asking for help from you so they can hunt down the guy who stole from you (they gave you the money back so now he stole from them!)

By cooperating with the bank you can help others who are defrauded get their money back too since it may be the same guy.

We all have to stand up against the losers who rip off the innocent.
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ugg675o : You state - I discovered that an account was opened on the other side of the Country using my Customer Number and a in branch withdrawal was also made at the time - 1 simple question for anyone (including the bank)

How can you open an account with a number that is already open?

That in my view is NOT fraud but banking negligence. Can you prove that the account was opened else where with your number - if you can serve a statutory demand on the bank - and tell them if they do not pay you will take the matter further without reference to them selves, BUT I would also contact the local news paper - the bank wont like that.

if they try to gag you extend the claim for abuse of power / abuse of process.

Good luck
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FriendSam : A person withdrew money from your account. That is fraud.

The bank allowed it to happen. That's a bank error.

The bank has an interest in prosecuting the person who illegally withdrew from your account.
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