Preparing for Employer Mandates (Part 1)

Updated: Oct 14

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If your employer is forcing you to sign off on a document or submit a request for an exemption this post covers things you should be looking for.


Hello everyone. My name is Joseph Radzwion IV, YOUR Trusted Attorney with Radzwion Law, PLLC.


Today we are looking at things to consider if your Employer is Mandating a Medical Procedure that you don't agree with. If you are the individual who is facing termination because you won't get the mandatory "cookies" that your employer wants you to get, this article is for you. We use the term cookies because we live in a society where are free speech is being censored on the internet.


Today I want everyone to think about this. If your employer wants you to sign off on a form they provided you. Whether it is an exemption or anything to do the the mandatory cookies, It would be wise to look it over very carefully and be cautious when submitting it. You should consider consulting with a Trusted Attorney to review the document and let you know what is happening.


Why should I pay an attorney to review my forms? To be blunt, because freedom is expensive to protect. Anything of value is worth spending time and money on.


Also, you should consider consulting a Trusted Attorney because employers will put restrictive provisions in their forms that force you to give up your legal rights. Whatever it is they are having you sign, you maybe signing away your ability to take legal action, civil suit, worker's compensation suit etc.


Employers will included provisions that say YOU AGREE TO NOT SUE THEM. It may even say YOU AGREE ACME CO. HAS NOT VIOLATED THE LAW and YOU AGREE AND CONSENT TO ACME CO.'s ACTIONS. I wish employers did not include provisions like these in their forms, but they do it regularly and willingly.



Remember you should never take anything we post as legal advice. You should always consult with a Trusted Attorney regarding your legal issue.



YOUR Trusted Attorney:

If you would like to retain Radzwion Law, PLLC as YOUR Trusted Attorney, do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to protect you when you need it most and we will fight for your freedom.


Be careful with the forms you submit and I leave you with this thought. We live in the greatest country on plant earth with specific freedoms, granted by God Himself, and the Constitution and the laws are there to protect us from sinful humans violating our freedoms.



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