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December 2018 Archives

Does West Virginia have lemon laws?

A “lemon” refers to a vehicle that has numerous defects, thereby making its purchase suspect. Most states have lemon laws on the books to protect consumers, and West Virginia is no exception. The Better Business Bureau explains lemon laws in this state so you can remain protected from nefarious sales’ practices.

What are some common scams when buying a car?

Buying a new car in West Virginia is rarely cut and dry. In some cases, car buyers can fall victim to common scams, which are intended to increase the price of the vehicle using nefarious means. This illustrates the importance of being an aware and informed buyer, which entails knowing the types of scams you may be subject to. Business Insider offers the following tips to help you do just that. 

Standing firm against religious discrimination

Employees experience mistreatment for many different reasons while they are working, whether they are discriminated against due to their gender or because of some other factor that is related to the way in which they were born. These unlawful examples of discrimination are unacceptable and there are other ways in which people experience discrimination while trying to carry out their job duties. For example, someone may be discriminated against as a result of their faith and it is also important to address religious discrimination whenever it takes place. Sadly, many people have been through this firsthand and it can be incredibly challenging.

Students join in class action lawsuit over Title IX violations

A common complaint amongst many in Charleston may be that local youth are not engaged enough in tackling the problems facing the community. This perceived lack of community engagement may not necessarily be due to an apathetic attitude, but rather a lack of knowledge as to the resources available to them. Kids and teens may face problems similar to the ones adults struggle with, and like adults, they have the opportunity to seek legal recourse if that is what is needed to adequately address the issues they are facing. Seeing them attempt to tackle their problems in such a mature manner may no doubt be inspiring to others in the community. 

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