I was wrongfully accused of a crime when I worked in a nursing home, regarding a resident. They put me in a trial and I was found not guilty. The AG's office took six months of my career away. I am seeking lost past wages and future wages and e...
Unfortunately, prosecutors are afforded great discretion in whom and how they prosecute cases. This discretion results in immunity being provided to prosecutors for most situations. However, this does not mean you do not have a case. Depending on the crime, it may be worth taking a look at. Contact an attorney to discuss the details.See question
I was in a car accident back in 2012 I now have severe back pain and a herniated disc in my lower back I needed to get surgery but the person who hit me didn't have enough money to cover my medical bills my lawyer told me i had to settle because i...
A local attorney specializing in this area will be able to help you. However, the options available to you are going to be highly dependent upon the settlement itself, the date of your accident, the UIM coverage available, and the facts related to the defendant. These are highly complicated issues that you'll want to have an attorney review.See question
INSURANCE COMPANY SAID THEY'RE NOT GOING TO PAY.
I suggest you contact a local attorney to discuss your coverage (full coverage can mean many things) given the facts of your collision. They will be able to explain the options available to you.See question
Accident caused by unsafe lane change, vehicles did not touch, other vehicle rolled, accident happened almost 3yrs ago.
Contact your insurance company. If you were uninsured at the time of the incident, find an attorney as soon as possible.See question
I was in an accident where the other driver swooped and stopped the officer who responsed said no one's at fault and no damage. Now his insurance company's calling for a statement, should I talk to them
No, do not speak with the other driver's insurance company. Contact a lawyer as soon as possible.See question
Au pair had the car given by the host family someone broke the window at night while the car was legally parked? Who is legally responsible for the damage the host family or au pair? Police report was filed right after discovery. The family wants ...
The prior attorney hit the nail on the head. The nanny will likely not be held liable as he or she upheld her duty of reasonable care while in possession of the vehicle. The family should consider the cost of replacing the window versus finding a new nanny.See question
Consulted attorneys won't take impact car too low. Researched Small Claims Court award $7,500. Have lien chiropractor 2 X week. Informed State Farm Defendant accept liability will settle myself & submit medical bill when done, if can't reach fair...
I agree with the previous answer. Talk to an attorney as soon as possible. To answer number 7, yes, even after you hire an attorney you have the final call on whether to accept a settlement offered or go to trial.See question
I have never gotten a break in less then 4 hours into the shift. I have feet problems and if i get a break within 2.5 hours I am fine and can work without sitting. Since I don't get a break I got the doctor's note states I "needs to sit when my pa...
The ADA provides protections to ensure employees are provided with reasonable accommodations at work. This includes engaging in discussion with employees about how to accommodate if one if requested. It sounds like your employer may have skipped that step. Talk to an employment lawyer in your area (as local law may also apply) to discuss your options.See question
Its a foot injury and I am still a employee for the company. I will be out of work for at least 10 days if not longer depending on my doctor but I only have 5 days of vacation left. My employer is only willing to pay me for those 5 days. I was won...
This will depend upon your wage/work agreement with your employer and local state laws. It may be relevant whether you have "sick leave plan" with your employer. If so, generally, this allows an employer to deduct from your salary.
Bottom line, speak with an employment lawyer in your area to get the final word.See question