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The newly painted green room at KABC AM 790 complete with cars advertising Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer on the table. I was there last week when this was being painted. It definitely livens up the place!
Fueling in Arvin. Hard working truck drives and gas station attendant wheeling oil sorb. In the age of eCommerce trucking and its related enterprises are very important. Even without eCommerce not enough credit is given to the truckers who drive tirelessly (often by the mile now as independent contractors) to deliver necessaries across this country.
Is suing your employer the way up? Probably. Legitimate employment lawsuits can be worth a lot of money. Not always, but sometimes, the settlement or verdict can lead to the ex-employee climbing up the social ladder or changing their life.
Large settlements and verdicts can be dangerous. Just like lottery winners, some employees who win their cases might not handle their winnings wisely or try to borrow against them before they arrive.
No lawsuit, no result. Is your skin thick enough to test
I am gonna go with the one on the left. Although it seems I found myself driving the one on the right.
Perhaps this Andy Warhol piece best illustrates a few potential work injuries. These are the not the typical back or neck injuries, or even broken arms, shoulders, rotator cuffs, etc.
The art deco halls of justice at the old Federal Court building in downtown Los Angeles now masquerading as several State Court departments.
Here’s a Vanishing Point Parody 70s comedy style. Check it out! BTW it’s actually a 1970 Dodge Challenger in the 1971 movie.
During these busy times at the airport we need to send thanks, shout outs of appreciation, etc. to the employee who work the airport during their holiday season. Thanks for doing your job!
This is our Merry Christmas display at the Riverside office. Enjoy the holidays.
Between people wanting to celebrate the holidays I was able to take two depositions in a Family Medical Leave Act lawsuit involving a Moreno Valley distribution center.