My lawsuit against them is for sexual harassement, retaliation and for discrimination for comments this guy made about my disability. They also told me I had to drive the bus I was not told this when I was hired and my job description did not say I had to drive the bus, I provided a letter from my doctor saying I was not able to drive the bus I have foot drop in both of my feet. I did indeed give them a letter from my doctor saying so, they say they have nothing on file. Also they said I was fired for spreading rumors about the Chef, which is a total lie. He did indeed make comments about my disability and sexually harassed not me but others. They tell their employees not to talk to me and the other employee also sueing, they tried to settle out of court with him but he refused their $3000 offer for sexual harassment, they wouldn't try to settle with me, so it went into investigation. Me and my co-worker have more than enough evidence on them and my investigator is shocked that this Chef is still employed by them. One attorney here in town said if I did or didn't sign a letter saying I wouldn't sue wouldn't matter in court but they say right in the letter to the investigator that is why they fired me because I wouldn't write and sign a letter saying I wouldn't sue them for the sexual harassement, the charge of discrimination.
Thank you for your responses, it helped a lot. I am trying to log into my account to pay but it keeps telling me that another user has my email address, so I don't know what to do? Do you now anything about the site? And if it isn't using the email I have then what email address are they using to let me pay you and write to you?
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