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What Do I Call It?

When I think of what happened to me, the most accurate description is this: he had sex with me without my consent. Was it rape? Was it Sexual assault? Those terms have always made me feel really uncomfortable. Amy Schumer coined the term “gray-area rape” to describe her experience of her boyfriend having sex with …

The Moment After

After I was sexually assaulted by my boyfriend, I acted like it didn’t happen. I didn’t get angry with him. I didn’t break up with him. In fact, I planned a romantic evening for the very next night. I stayed with him for several months. Why? Why do women who’ve been raped do things that …

Me Too

I was a freshman in college. He was my boyfriend. I can’t remember how long we had been dating, maybe a few weeks. I had never had sex before, but not because I didn’t want to. We were drunk, went back to his room. We were fooling around. We had been drunk and fooled around …

Rutland mother files lawsuit against daycare owner after alleged druggings leave one child dead, another affected

A Vermont daycare owner is facing litigation in civil court after a mother reported the defendant had drugged an infant child while under the daycare’s supervision. The mother, Melanie McAtee, filed a lawsuit against Stacey Vaillancourt in April. According to Attorney Tristan Larson, the lawsuit is meant to compensate the family through unspecified damages as …

Rutland Family Sues Stacey Vaillancourt for Unauthorized Medication of Child

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tristan Christopher Larson 802-779-9771 RUTLAND CITY, VERMONT (May 3, 2021) — A Rutland family has filed a lawsuit against Stacey Vaillancourt for their minor child who attended the same daycare as Harper Rose Briar, who died at the daycare in 2019. The lawsuit accuses Stacey Vaillancourt of giving their child diphenhydramine, …

Can I Get Reimbursed for Travel to Medical Appointments in Vermont?

Yes. Under Worker’s Compensation Rule 4, when an injured worker is required to travel for medical treatment, medical exams, IMEs, and/or vocational rehabilitation related appointments, the injured worker is entitled to reimbursement for mileage, meals, and overnight accommodation. You must provided reasonable documentation to the insurance company. The insurance company is required to pay the …

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