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BABY ON BOARD SIGNS ARE DANGEROUS.
There is almost never a baby on board.
If you have an accident some first responder could be injured or killed trying to rescue a non-existent baby.
Take the sign down. NOW.
YOU MUST CONSIDER THE COST OF LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE TIME AND EXPENSE OF LITIGATION.
When to Avoid the Legal System
In many cases, you are probably better off to try and settle the matter outside of court, or even forget about the problem and move on.
Suing is expensive and can take years.
If you are angry and it is “a matter of principle” you should not act until you calm down.
If you are dealing with something like these you should not sue: if someone demeans you (slander and libel), causing you “emotional distress,” or you have a minor dispute with the bitch neighbour next door.
You must be able to prove actual monetary damages to get anywhere in court.
Civil suits can drag on for years. By the time it gets to trial, most settle on the court house steps, largely because both sides are fed up and want the matter to just go away
In other cases, what you want may not be black and white. If you feel you were unfairly or unlawfully fired , you might just want to get your job back or you may want to be sure you get fair severance pay and good references. Know that if you sue your former employer it can drag on for years and other companies will be reluctant to hire you.
If you suffered an injury from a defective product, you might wish to recover money damages.
What if you need to seek an injunction against someone to stop them from doing something which cannot be undone.
Think about what you want, how much time and money the problem is worth to you before you hire a lawyer. Find a lawyer if the problem is really worth suing over. You must be realistic about your chances of winning and what your case is worth. Your lawyer will help you to decide.