My husband pays for the short term disability with Colonial Life. If he can claim with Colonial can he do so for the first 7 days he has been out of work since workers comp will not pay unless he's out of out of work for 21 days or more?
Only the policy can tell you, for sure UNLESS you husband will be off-work for more than 21 days. In that case, they would NOT pay him because he would get paid under WC.See question
I have an ex from past relationship that is on the run from warrants apparently. An acquaintancece of mine was with him a few days ago and informed me they were pulled over. He gave the officer my info and posed as me. There are now three citation...
My colleagues have given you great advice. Make sure you have positive ID with you like a birth certificate, passport, or photo ID. Are you so alike in build and appearance that you pass for your ex or was one ticket for Driving without a License?See question
My sister was driving her truck that I had put in my name so she could have her truck. We didn't have insurance she got in an accident but it was the other person's fault, and the state is gonna take my license because she didnt pay the fine. I wa...
NEVER own a vehicle that is not insured. If the accident was NOT your sister's fault, she CANNOT owe money beyond a fine for driving without insurance.
The ONLY way that the State of Indiana would be looking to suspend your license is if the Defendant's insurance is claiming that the accident was your sister's fault, and they paid $7,000.00 to repair the car. You NEED to TAKE THE POLICE REPORT to an experienced local traffic attorney for advice. The advice should be free.See question
Hi, I am in a situation of at-fault car accident without insurance and will have a court on 22th November. Now, I have an insurance and they can give me a SR22. Do I need an attorney for the court, or its just the formality and they plead me guilt...
It depends. Have BOTH the property damage AND the Personal injury claims been paid?
If you have paid them and you walk in with insurance, the State MAY be willing to dismiss or defer prosecution. Call the State's Attorney assigned to that Room and ask the staff.
If you are paying on the property damage and the PI aspect hasn't even been addressed (but there were injuries), consult an attorney.See question
I am a paraprofessional, my position has clear, set duties and job roles, in the education sector for elementary children. For an entire year, I was thrown into a teaching role without proper licensing nor compensation (neither as a substitute or ...
1.) This is NOT a Workers' Compensation Question as it does NOT concern a work-related injury.
2.) Not all discrimination is actionable
2.) You have asserted no facts which could support actionable discrimination .
work is trying to deny me fmla because the doctor listed a return to work date. but my job wont let me return because of the doctors restrictions. they said that they have to be more specific. The doctors office wont change the wording. It looks l...
The simple answer is "NO." An FMLA leave is an unpaid leave without ANY benefits. Were you fired? If not, why does it matter?See question
is CSC really that slow? and if they are going to take 2 years to decide what can be done. Anyone with experience with CSC EB4.
Your question has nothing to do with Workers' Compensation Law (Work Injuries). This is an Immigration question. I recategorized it as I know nothing about Immigration Law.See question
I was in an accident and my truck wasn't totaled and I went and had it repaired and they found more damage. Sent a supplement to the insurance and then they totaled it. I am buying the truck back. I have a lein holder with a financial company but ...
The insurance company should have included the lienholder as a payee on the check. As long as you continue to make timely payments, the finance company MAY never ask. However, if the finance company does become aware that the vehicle was totaled, they can and will demand immediate repayment of whatever portion of your loan was secured by that collateral. The vehicle now has a salvage title which significantly diminishes its value.See question
What does it mean are they going to give him tim to pay the remaining or what!? So lost
I would be willing to bet that you misunderstand. One thing that all pretrial diversion agreements have in common is the provision that there be "no contact with law enforcement" during the pendency of the agreement. Getting a speeding ticket would constitute "contact with law enforcement" and thereby violate the agreement. Your husband must immediately hire an attorney who would seek to renegotiate the pretrial diversion agreement or conditional discharge which may incorporate the moving violations. My colleague gave you very good advice in telling you NOT to pay the tickets. That would foreclose your options and possibly revoke your driving privileges. Hire an attorney, ASAP.See question
I was involved in an auto accident with no injuries. It was clearly the other drivers fault. They must have lied about what happened. There are no witnesses. I am thinking of pursuing it in small claims court.
This sounds like a recorded statement, NOT a deposition. You have no means to compel production of that document until suit is filed. Why do you want it? Why are you doing the work you are paying your attorney to do? If you have no attorney, you have no reasonable expectation of a fair recovery.
You can find an experienced Personal Injury attorney here on AVVO. Attorneys on AVVO want to help you but we are not permitted to solicit your business. You must contact us.See question