I received a phone call from one of our clients today.  Seems the best EEO attorney in the state has taken the case of this employee and one other involved in her case.  I worked with both of them initially, but it soon became apparent that, in light of the department's actions, and inaction, they required legal representation.  For this attorney to take their cases, it is a guaranteed win for them, and other employees who are sexually harassed, intimidated, lied to, and otherwise made to suffer by a department more interested in covering its ass than following the law, much less its own policies.

Some pages and features of this website will not be available for awhile, as the website and those pages and features are reformatted.  I apologize for the inconvenience.  You may continue to contact me with your issues.

Don't get hurt on the job, or you will discover true pain, especially if you have to be out of work for an extended period of time.  The state will terminate after six moths of leave without pay.  Doesn't matter if you were permanently injured and disfigured by an inmate assault.  Hell, they probably won't even charge the inmate with a crime, that is the track record.  Watch the Arizona Republic for a story on the way injured staff are treated by the ADC and Risk Management.  Yours truly has had a big hand in putting this article together, and may comment for the record in it.

Do you require representation for an industrial injury?  Contact Stephen L. Weiss, Esq. for possible assistance!  The Thunder receives NO compensation for referrals to Mr. Weiss.

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