In May of 2009 my parents needed a care provider due to thier failing health. Legacy Home Health care hired a provider for 42 hours of care 7 days a week and was terminated August 12, 2010. In November they filed suit with the Texas Labor Department against us (Jason & Lisa Whitehurse) stating "we agreed to pay 7.50 per hour to help us clean our house, laundry, delivery, cleaning my office, ect". I have tried repeatedly to meet to resolve this matter in the direction set out in the scriptures - with no success. Obviously ,they have nothing in writing to prove this claim. We have been asked by the Texas Labor commission to seek statements from any persons (non-relative to us) who could confirm that the claim was not valid. They turned in a daily time log to the state of Texas from May 23 to August 12 , stating the proffessed hours of pay requesting us to pay. Which means according to the proffessed time sheet , if care was for my parents until 4pm 7 days a week (working for Legacy Home Health Care), they weres at my house until 9pm cleaning my house 7 days a week . As you all know , my house is Grand Central Station and we entertain a variety of family and freinds a lot. By signing this petition you agree to the following "I was at the Whitehurse home on one or more occasions time during May 23, 2010 - August 12, 2010 and did not observe anyone (excluding household members) engaged in any household chores or other cleaning services" . If you prefer to see a copy of the legal documents before replying , I will email them. Because the claim did happen in our home according to the law , we can not use any family members to defend ourselves. I have been asked to provide written proof or contact information of those willing to testify. If you prefer to stay anonymous please email me directly.
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