Aug 28, 2015 10:48 PM GMT
"Beating around the bush"...
When you are trying to get help, everyone seems to do this. Agencies, Lawyers, Government, Employers, Management, Court, Media
Its a constant struggle to get answers and or help within our bureaucratic system. You commit a crime and you immediately are bombarded with law firm offers willing to defend you or anyone who commits crime are automatically entitled to a trial and defense.
Someone else commits a crime against you though, and you are left in the dark room, left to beg and pray for legal assistance. Those in the legal profession sizing you up, denying you service because the very entity that committed the crime against you and someone in the law firm are drinking buddies or have done pro bono work for that client that committed crimes.
Its much easier to be a criminal or a animal for that matter, living here in these united states which all the rights and protections are given rather than to be the innocent, hard working, honest, law abiding citizen. "Play by the rules"? Who plays by the rules, and wins? NOBODY, that's who. That is horseshit. The system rigging is just out of control. What good are law firms if they play favorites?
Anyone recommend an employment law firm or attorney that does not have "corporate friends" or other agendas? If you ask, "how strong is my case"?, they will actually answer you and not say something stupid like, "I cant answer that" after turning down a potential client. "there is certainly money involved but is that a yes or is that a no", I aint got all dam day and as you know, statute of limitations time runs short". I have never heard of any law firms being "scaredy-cats" to go up against anything larger than themselves
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