I worked for a "Temp" agency in IL. but was contracted through them to a company in IA. when I came down with tendonitis in my right elbow. My main job at the company was to assemble electrical control panels. This required using a screw driver in...
Your intuition is generally correct that you would want to have a copy of any contract. Worker's Compensation is an exception in that the only contract that you will sign is a state form which limits the attorney's fee to 20% of any disputed recovery.
You have lost a lot of time and probably a lot of money because you did not have an attorney. You must follow protocol. You cannot quit a job because your hand is sore. If your hand is sore, you need to see a physician. That physician can make a diagnosis and impose restrictions on your work, if he deems appropriate. Under those circumstances, you would be entitled to be paid for all lost time. Under the circumstances that you describe, it is entirely possible that you will not be compensated for much of your time.
You are best advised to seek the help of an experienced local Worker's Compensation attorney who you can actually speak with.See question
I moved in to my friends house under the understanding that there were no strings attached I was to stay here long enough to get my feet underneath me again he didn't got very upset because I did not want to date him did we have sexual relations t...
You always have the option to move out which I believe is your only option. What is the criminal act?See question
Convicted of Voluntary Manslaughter in 2003. I seen that you must submit a fingerprint set for an NCIC background check. Made me curious.
I am not aware of any impediment but I do not work with auto dealer licensure. Contact the State agency noted on the form you referenced and ask them. There are many licenses which can be summarily denied to a convicted felon.See question
Trying to do research for my husband
Criminal charges and civil litigation are a matter of public record. Anyone who wants to know has a right to the information, provided that it does NOT involve a minor. Most people know whether they have charges pending. My colleague provided you with a website. You can also call the criminal clerk of any given county. It seems obvious that your husband would want to consult a criminal defense attorney.See question
Foot still not healed
Sue who? Who was negligent? How did the accident happen? You need to provide details to receive an answer. Remember that you ALWAYS have the ability to purchase your OWN WC insurance.See question
He had a felony and bought ammo and was caught with it and put in prison
You need to flesh-out the question with more details. What kind of dealership is he seeking?See question
In a car accident and she broke her nose she was not at fault but she didn't have license or insurance
While there are certainly consequeces to driving with no license and no insurance, it has NOTHING to do with your daughter's right to recover. Consult a personal injury attorney ASAP.See question
I am on disability and I have a 17 yr.old and a 14 yr.old and I am separated and I live in IN. I have a speeding ticket and I think 2 or 3 driving on suspending tickets I need help getting my license back where can I go for help? I have no extra m...
You have posted this before. You NEED legal help. Your comment " I think 2 or 3 driving on suspending tickets" is troubling. These are NOT tickets. If you got 2 or 3, one or more is almost certainly a misdemeanor. Even if you do get your license, your insurance will be sky high.See question
I owe 2500 to the work release program and I'm getting off probation in three months would they be able to hold me on probation till that is paid off or will I just get off probation
It is probably a term of your probation. If this is the case, it is most likely that the Court will extend your probation to give you an opportunity to pay. If you insist, I suppose that your probation could be revoked and you could serve the remainder of your time in custody but you would still owe the fees.
Why not discuss your options with your own attorney?See question
Hi, I have an Indiana driving license, but living in Wisconsin. Recently moved. I received a speeding ticket (42 on a 30 mph). I was checking online to pay it and for a long time it was not letting me to pay it. Just today I realized that I...
There is more here than you are telling us. You do not have to appear in Court for a speeding ticket. That said, you should never pay a speeding ticket. You are always better off to a higher a traffic attorney in an effort to keep points off of your license.
If you failed to appear, there is probably a bench warrant for your arrest and your license has been suspended. Called the traffic alert when you return from vacation and asked if the Court will give you an opportunity to appear. If the Court says no, your only option is to hire an attorney now.See question