Although you have said a lot your question, this online form doesn't provide for giving the background facts that are necessary to fully understand your situation. However, there are certain things that should be looked into by an experienced employment attorney.
The health insurance issue may implicate ERISA. If you are part of the group, you probably have the right to join in the health insurance plan.
The tax situation raises federal and state tax code issues, and Department of Labor wage and hour matters.
The employer doesn't have any obligation to you to provide necessary supplies – as long as he does not mind you not getting the work done because there were no supplies to do it. I don't recommend you spend your own money on "maintaining" your office (TP being the sole exception). But that is up to you.
As to the insurance claim, let him dig his own grave; unless the false insurance claim implicates a violation of the law – in which case you can whistle blow to the Department of Insurance, or the false insurance claim implicates you – in which case you need to whistle blow to the Department of Insurance.
I'm not sure I understand the "signs clients names." comment, but generally it doesn't involve you. If it appears to be in violation of the law, you may wish to whistle blow.
As to the sanitation, call OSHA.
Before you do anything, however, as noted above, really should sit down with an experienced employment attorney. Most of the issues above, need more explanation. That is best done face-to-face.
Another legitimate choice, however, is to simply start looking for another job, and when you get one thank your lucky stars. Good luck!
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So you spoke with an employment lawyer, they advised you that you had a good matter and they would assist, you then paid them, and they did nothing?
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You need to call a few employment lawyers preferrably in your county that represent employees (many just work with employers so make sure you check their websites well).
You will likely have to pick one you like and pay them for their time to go over everything with you. Obviously, if a case exists they will be able to help. In some instances they may agree to work on a contingency, but it depends.
Most of us here offer a free phone consult and you can search for lawyers by going to the "find a lawyer" tab located above on the tool bar.
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