On 11/07/15, not a lawyer wrote:
> You can always sue anyone for anything as long as you're
> willing to pay the fee to file a suit. Whether you win, and
> whether you might be counter-sued for the defendant's legal
> fees if you lose is another matter.
> I sincerely doubt you have any evidence that you were fired
> for a disability. I doubt they handed you a document that
> stated: "You are being terminated because you can't walk very
> fast," or something like that. If they did..., you probably
> have a pretty good case.
> Barring that, you need to talk to a lawyer, not a teacher chat
> board on the internet. Lawyers don't work for free, so you
> will need to balance the costs involved with the possibility
> of recovering money. You may or may not sue the AP depending
> upon state law and their ability to pay. You almost certainly
> will sue the school district if you move forward with a case.
> Good luck.
> On 10/28/15, Landparent wrote:
>> A principal fired me for my disability and because he had an
>> uncertified teacher to give my job to.
>> What are my options as far as suing him and the AP, who
>> instigated this to save her friend's job?
The principal who rated me unsatisfactory to give a friend my
job, was fired the next year for being incompetent. The DOE
though, stands behind it's rating system for "legal reasons".
That is one bit of evidence, other than I'm sure there is a
paper trail of them going into my "confidential" medical file.
Of course there's the evidence of the teacher working out of
license for a required course, so all the diplomas for that year
and other years were fudged.
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