My vacation time resets on 3/24/15 I plan on putting in my two weeks notice on 3/31/15 making my last day 4/15/15. say i put in my notice on the 24th and the company tells me not to come back do they still have to pay me my vacation pay? company h...
If you believe that the company was at fault in some way and this is why you are leaving the employment, you should speak with an experienced employment attorney as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected.See question
On the retaining agreement it states the fee is non refundable but very little work has been done because theres not a case filed against me. Do I ask for a refund or ask for the remaining funds not used?
If you signed an agreement that stated that your retainer fee is non-refundable, it will likely be difficult to get any of that money back. You would be able to ask the attorney for a copy of your file for your records.See question
We just recently moved out of our rental. We did not pay a security deposit and the landlord is now trying to charge us for replacing all the carpet in the house. We lived there for 4.5 years and it was installed 6 months before we moved in. We we...
I would suggest your review your rental agreement to see what obligations you have for these types of damages. It also may be helpful to discuss this rental agreement any subsequent legal obligations with an attorney that practices in landlord-tenant issues.See question
She took photos, emails and texts to the landlord that lives out in Orlando to document these finding. The landlord had a mold specialist come in and said there was mold her landlord gave her permission to move now will not give her security depos...
Based on the information you provided, it appears that both the apartment that was rented and the landlord are located in the state of Florida. You should therefore speak to (or have your daughter speak to) an attorney in Florida who has experience in landlord-tenant related issues. Good luck.See question
The first dr I believe did something wrong in the first tkr,he's from Scranton .my leg was twisted in the dam machine that bends your knee , now int turns way out to the left . Would i have a case in malpractice.its an uncemented tibial plate, whi...
I am sorry to hear about your continued problems with recovery from knee surgery. Based on the information you provided however, it would be impossible for anyone to know for sure whether or not you would have a case for medical malpractice. You should contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney, and they would likely want to review all of your medical records relating to the knee problems and surgeries. Good luck!See question
The property is currently in a relative's name. It is in the city of Pittsburgh. If I am able to purchase the property I want it transferred to my name.
You should have a thorough title search done on the property, which would research the total amount of delinquent taxes for the property. You would be responsible for paying off these taxes (generally). Good luck.See question
I was placed in the mental health facility in a locsl hospital for a couple days, and now one of their employees are telling multiple people that I was in there. I have been going through intensive therapy for depression & other things since. It w...
I agree with the previous answer that this may have constituted a HIPAA violation, and should be reported. Good luck.See question
happens and wait for them to call u or is it up to u to call them to find out whats going on and should they be able to tell u how much longer your case my be and how much money their going to ask 4 in your case or if its going to court
You can absolutely call your attorney about the status of your case. They should be updating you with any developments, but it never hurts to follow up. They may not be able to give you an exact timeline of how quickly your case will be heard, or how much your ultimate costs would be (depending on your fee arrangement), but they should be able to give you an idea of what will be happening next. Good luck.See question
or longer whats the longest it can take to settle or go to court who decides on that
It is hard to say without more facts how long it would take for your medical malpractice case to either settle or be scheduled for trial. Your lawyer will likely be able do push the matter forward to a certain extent, but hearings, etc. can often be delayed. Cases can sometimes take longer than two years to reach a final resolution. You should speak with your lawyer about this issue. If you do not already have a lawyer, you should consult with an attorney who has medical malpractice experience immediately. Good luck.See question
Since Sun, my neighbor who has a history of violence, the neighbors hate him and want him gone, now has his sights set on me and my 12 yo son. He has done this to everyone, record of dom. violence, punched mom in law, took bat to his brother, he's...
I agree with the other attorneys that have already answered your question. If at any point you are in fear for your safety, or the safety of your son, you should call the police immediately. Good luck.See question