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  • I was fired for acommodating prices for customers when items were not ringing properly

    when a specific item was not on ringing correctly like the advertisement states or the wording on the coupon was misleading i had to make price adjustments

    Jason’s Answer

    Generally, an employer in California can fire you for any reason at any time. You may also quit your employment at any time as well. However, if what they were requesting you to do was in violation of a statute, which at present I am not sure is. You may have a cause of action for retaliation against your employer, as your employer can not request that you do something illegal.

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  • Does it make a difference if driver I rear ended is lying about the date accident occured?

    The driver I rear ended reported that are accident occured about 2 weeks that it actually happen. I had to have my car towed from the scene of the accident and she was able to drive away with what seemed to both of us minor damage to her vehicle....

    Jason’s Answer

    If you are sued in Court, you may admit her lie to go to her ability to tell the truth. The real problem with the matter is that you agreed to lie with her. This now effects both of your credibility.

    The lie is also important for statute of limitations purposes. A claim is only good for so long from the date the accident occurred. You should consult with an attorney to discuss the applicable statute of limitations. It may be a valid defense.

    However, as I said in regards to the lie, you are just as culpable as her at this point because of your ageement to mislead the insurance company.

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  • What damages am I responsible for? I was driving my friend's dad's rental car with permission from my friend.

    I was driving my friend's dad's rental car with my friend's permission. I did not know it was a rental car nor did I know how insurance would work with the rental before the accident. I rear ended a vehicle that was stopped completely on the fr...

    Jason’s Answer

    Talk to your friend about the insurance coverage. All auto insurance has a provision that provides for defense of any injury or property damage claims. Under California law, you may be considered what is called a permissive user of the vehicle. Also, check with your insurance and see what coverage is available for you.

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  • We have obtained written consent to obtain a doctors report but the doctor still not sent Can we ask member of staff to get OHD?

    Our member of staff not well and although not taking time off sick is not performing at work and clearly very stressed out. also taking medication that clearly not helping, can we see if staff can see another doctor that we find (i.e. consultant ...

    Jason’s Answer

    You may wat to discuss this situation with your workers compensation carrier. The employee may need to go out on leave. Your workes compensation carrier can present all of this information to you. He or she will out line the steps that need to be taken.

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  • Should I fire my current lawyer and hire another?

    I am very unhappy with my current divorce attorney. He does not return calls. We have not sat down and discussed my case. Documents are not getting sent to my ex's attorney in a timely manner costing me time with my children. I have requested ...

    Jason’s Answer

    You should first make an appointment and sit down and voice your concerns to your attorney. Ask the questions of him that you have asked here. Despite being busy, he will some strategy to the case. At your appointment ask when is the best time for you to call for updates on your case.

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  • What makes you a domestic partner in California? if you're not registered does living together, etc. automatically make you one?

    I live with my boyfriend and his ex-wife is saying she'll sue me for a judgement due to her from their divorce since he hasn't paid her (he has no job or source of income). Can she do this? She sent a link about collecting a judgement from the cal...

    Jason’s Answer

    In order to be consider domestic partners in the State of California, you must register with the secretary of state and fill out the proper form. If you have not done so, your domsetic partnership is not recognized by California and there are no community property rights or accrual. She is simply make threats at this point.

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  • I have only liability insurance on my car and I was hit from the back yesterday what will happen now? I injured my back also.

    Will I be compensated for my injuries and damages?

    Jason’s Answer

    The answer to your question is generally yes. It appears that the other side was at fault. However, in these situation, the question is generally what are the damages. The other party is required to make you whole, which is to provide for your reasonable and necessary medical expenses, any loss of wages and pain and suffering.

    However, what happens in many of these situations is the insurance contests if you were really, acutally injured, especially as it sounds as if you may only have soft-tissue injuries. Do not speak with the insurance company or provide them with any medical information. The best bet is to consult a personal injury attorney in your county. The consultation is nearly always free.

    Good luck.

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  • I have only liability insurance on my car and I was hit from the back yesterday what will happen now? I injured my back also.

    Will I be compensated for my injuries and damages?

    Jason’s Answer

    The answer to your question is generally yes. It appears that the other side was at fault. However, in these situation, the question is generally what are the damages. The other party is required to make you whole, which is to provide for your reasonable and necessary medical expenses, any loss of wages and pain and suffering.

    However, what happens in many of these situations is the insurance contests if you were really, acutally injured, especially as it sounds as if you may only have soft-tissue injuries. Do not speak with the insurance company or provide them with any medical information. The best bet is to consult a personal injury attorney in your county. The consultation is nearly always free.

    Good luck.

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  • Contractor has contract with no start date is the contract valid under NY contract law

    I am a contractor in NY and have a contract with two homeowners, two different jobs, the contracts were signed in May and were not completed. or even started. The weather was a huge factor, I was also injured which put the start dates off. We sc...

    Jason’s Answer

    Additionally, if they do sue you they are only entitled to the damages that have come from the breach of the contract. So, the question is, what are their damages? Did they find someone more expensive to do the job. If so, you may be liable for the difference in the pricing. If the work did not get done and they have not attempted to have it done, there may be no damages.

    When you contact them ask very nicely what are the damages? You will not be ordered to do the work for free but will only be required to provide them with what is called the benefit of the bargain.

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  • What are my options on pressing charges on a bouncer at a bar who pushed me down the front steps of the bar?

    I was at a bar in Indiana with my boyfriend, 3 friends, and myself were in an altercation (just yelling) with another patron. The bouncer was in my face (not the guys...they were yelling just as much if not more than I) and told me I had to leave ...

    Jason’s Answer

    Generally, the rule for vicarious liability is that the employer is responsible for the acts committed within the course and scope of an employees duties. This means most times that an employer is not responsible for the intentional acts of their employees, such as punching someone. However, bouncer tend to be the exception to the rule as their job is to keep the premises orderly, which sometimes means forcing people out of th abr or club. You may have a suit. You should consult with a personal injury lawyer in Detroit. Most personal injury lawyers provide you with a free consultation.

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