What do you do to get an employer to pay medical bills after insurance after a supervisor had caused an employee to become physically ill and have a panic attack? Can he get legal aid to represent him in this case!
You don't give enough information to make a useful answer possible. What was the reason for the supervisor's behavior? You should consult with an employment attorney in your area. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on Avvo.com. Many will offer a free consultation.See question
The company claims to have let me go for missing to many days but the days missed I was off one and that Monday we were sent home. My roommate works the same company we both missed the same daysize yet he still is there.
Assuming you were working without a formal written contract, you don't have a claim. Texas is an employment at will state meaning employer or employee can end the work relationship at any time for any reason or no reason as long as there is no legally prohibited discrimination based on age, sex, race, et cetera. The employer does not have to treat all employees the same way.See question
I went to a restaurant this past week, I was ordering my food and notice two men sitting on my right side, I didn't pay much attention as I though there were customers that were waiting for their food. This is a small business and not much sittin...
This is not an employment question. You were in public and the image was not used for a commercial purpose requiring your permission. You don'[t have a claim. Take the discount.See question
Generator super center promotion was but a home emergency generator and get a second quote and if the second quote is Lower than there price then GSC would put the differences on a gift card which I have . And now GSC WILL NOT HONOR THERE PROMOTIO...
This could be deceptive trade claim. Do you have a copy of the advertising making the offer and a copy of the ARC generator quote? If yes, you should consult with a consumer protection attorney in your area. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on Avvo.com. Many will offer a free consultation.See question
My husband was in an accident 2 years ago and was uninsured. The insurance for the other party involved has now served him for $60,000. Is this Debt Settlement? There isn't a default judgment yet. What type of lawyer should we be looking for?
Assuming this was a car accident and the suit is being filed by the other driver, you need to find a personal injury defense attorney. If you are being sued by the other driver's insurance company, this is a subrogation claim which means the insurance company has paid their claim and wants to get the money back from you. Either way, they must prove your husband was responsible for the accident before they are entitle to money.
You may have strong procedural defenses to this claim and should get an attorney experienced in personal injury claims. . Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature to connect with an attorney in your area. Many will offer free initial consultation.See question
Hi A man I met at my work and dated outside of my work,called my place of employment and slandered me and he did so with th eintent to get me fired because things did not workout between us.It worked and the manager fired me.I want to sue that...
You can sue the man and you could win, but you will have a very difficult time collecting from him. You may have a claim against your employer for violation of the Family Medical Leave Act. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature to connect with an employment attorney in your area. Many will offer free initial consultation.See question
My name is Heavy Emmy, I received my recommended approval April 2015. Now we are hitting 2017 nothing has been done already, what can I do to follow-up on my background check? Is there anyway the lawyer can follow-up?
I assume this is a job application and you have not heard from the prospective employer in over a year. It seems unlikely that the job is still open. Contact the employer and ask about the status of the report.See question
I have this gentlemen that wants to serve me with a law suite from continental company who claims that they are going to file fraudulent charges on a pay day loan that was taken out 7 years ago. I have not been notify or by them until know. I wa...
This is a scam. You probably are not in danger of going to jail for this debt. Unfortunately, there is probably nothing you can about the calls and the threats. There are 2 kinds of internet collectors: 1) the ones you can find and 2) the ones you can't. Most of the scary collectors are in the second group. It's virtually impossible to get them to stop and you can't sue because you can't physically find them. Demand information about the debt. They will not give it. Do not provide any of your banking information. Finally, beg them to sue you immediately because, if they do, you can sue them for the collection violations.
I have been harassed by a neighbor on and off for over a year. He sent me messages through facebook, although we are not friends on facebook, and I blocked him. A few days later, he found out where I work. He posted a false review on my company's ...
You can refuse to give the info to your employer and they can chose to terminate your employment because of your choice, assuming you are working without a formal written contract. Wait until you have consulted with your attorney before making a decision.See question
A person had an altercation with the employer. Employer tells person to leave premises. Call employees spouse and tell them to pick him up. He will be walking because he was instructed to leave the job site immediately. Employee is picked up, ta...
This is a criminal defense law question and I will change the category for you.See question