I was working at a Mail service company running a letter inserting machine. This one job in particular had a 3 letter insert. Before inserting the job needed folded which I did. I then asked the operations manager if this was 3 separate jobs or ju...
In the absence of an enforceable employment contract, you can be fired for any reason other than illegal discrimination (reasons such as your race, gender, national origin, etc). Even if the employer was mistaken about what you did or why you did it, this still does not support a wrongful termination action. It may help you to qualify for unemployment insurance if you can show that the employer's reasons for firing you were incorrect or unreasonable, but that is the only recourse you likely have.See question
After receiving a notice of intent to accelerate due to a loan in default (3 months prior) the mortgage service company (Statebridge Company, Greenwood Village CO) effectively blocked/prevented the sale of the property by not providing payoff figu...
A bankruptcy filing will prevent the foreclosure from going to sale for a period of time (the time ranging from 30 days to 5 years depending on the type of bankruptcy filing and the status of the loan). Even after filing bankruptcy, however, you will have to find a way to bring the loan current or pay it off or you will eventually lose the house. You don't get a free house through bankruptcy.
Lawsuits are expensive and time consuming. If you are being offered a settlement, then you have to discuss the matter with your attorney and balance what you are being offered against the cost and time involved in pursuing a lawsuit and the possibility that you will not win. If there is no settlement on the table, then you don't have that option and you either need to pursue litigation until you get a settlement offer or work the problem in a different way.See question
Spent 15 days in jail when the person they were looking for looked nothing like me ! Thank you! Julio
It is possible, but such claims are VERY fact specific. It primarily depends on why you were arrested and what information the police had at the time of your arrest. Such claims are very difficult to win and impossible to pursue without an experienced attorney.See question
A Detective of the Sheriff Department has been trying to get our school Principal to provide "mandatory first reporting" training at our school, beyond what the school district has already provided. I have received the training from the School Dis...
You can sue anyone for anything at any time. However, you have not described a claim you are likely to win. If you were criminally charged you need to obtain a defense attorney. Your money is probably better spent on your defense since that may be a case you can win.See question
I got divorced almost two years ago. I do not part maintenance as per the agreement been my ex and myself. We agreed on the child support amount between ourselves. It's in the neighborhood of the amount according to the state standards, but not re...
It concerns me to hear you discussing what was "agreed" for support rather than what was "ordered" as part of your divorce. "Agreements" that are different from what a judge ordered are not enforceable and can be changed at any time.
If you are paying a lower amount pursuant to your agreement than is outlined in your divorce orders you are playing a very dangerous game. This is because your ex is not bound by your "agreement". At any time she can go back to the court and have them enforce the orders that were signed by a judge. She can even have you held in contempt and possibly put in jail and your recitation of some sort of side agreement you thought you had will not protect you in the least.
If you believe that you have an agreement to pay support that is different than the judge ordered, then you definitely need to get that agreement approved by the Court as soon as possible. Otherwise, you are giving your ex an incredible amount of leverage over your life.See question
i have been in a civil case with landlords. they removed my belongings by mistake then the next month evicted me after taking my rent. durning the hearing process they never showed up for one of the hearings the judge called them, all my motions w...
You would have to file a motion to reconsider the order dismissing your case. When this order is denied, you would have to file an appeal and convince the Court of Appeals that the District Court abused its discretion. This will be very difficult to do given that you did not appear for trial - especially if you did not contact the Court to let them know where you were before they dismissed the case.
There is always something you can try, but you have a very uphill battle ahead of you if you want to continue to pursue your claims.See question
Atty: had my son take a guilt plea on a rape. Because the girl friend was working with the D A. And isn't that a bribe.
Overturning a guilty plea is very difficult. One of the major issues that your son would have to address is the fact that, as part of the plea, he told the judge that there was a factual basis to support the charges. He also acknowledged his right to a trial by jury and waived his right to go to trial. These things usually eliminate any useful avenues for appeal.
If your son believes, for some reason, that his plea was not voluntary, he can try to have it withdrawn. However, this is not an easy process and if he is successful, he will have to be prepared to go to trial and face an even harsher punishment if he is found guilty.See question
I work for a Hotel in the state of colorado, I was hired Oct 20/14..Im pregnant, my GYN Dr have me under medical restrictions. I can only work in desk job. i dont apply for FMLA because its not even a year since I started in this company. Am I pro...
Your employer may be required to make "reasonable" accommodation for your disability. This is often very fact specific. If you have been fired it would be worth your time to schedule a consultation with an employment attorney to see what kind of claim (if any) you may have.See question
I am a physician in a solo practice as a contractor with a hospital. I have a formed professional LLC through which I operate. If I have professional liability insurance in my name, do I need supplemental insurance for my PLLC? Or do I need to ...
You can probably get the PLLC listed as an additional insured for little or no cost since malpractice claims against you or the PLLC will likely be interchangeable. You want to make sure that you are covered for any claims. The best person to discuss this with is probably your insurance broker.See question