I work at UPS and got injured on the job. They drug test anybody injured on the job to prove whether or not they were impaired. I use legal delta 8 THC, which shows up the same as illegal delta 9 THC on a drug test. They also use a urine test. Could they still deny me compensation/fire me even... Read more »
The answer depends. Assuming UPS has a valid no drug policy in place and that UPS can prove a valid "chain of custody" of the drug test sample, then there is a rebuttable presumption of impairment that can be overcome by showing evidence that you were not impaired.
The driver of a vehicle was found to be at fault after running a red light (in view of a police officer), and causing an accident that injured me (fractured rib and partial collapsed lung). The at fault driver's insurance has officially (in writing) stepped in to "manage" (oversee?... Read more »
Never trust the insurance company to do the right thing. They are in the business of making money at your expense. You can make a written request for the insurance coverages or retain an attorney to help you with your case. Most lawyers that do do this type of case do not get paid unless they...Read more »
Son was in a rollover accident in someone elses car. He had an avulsion wound to the knee. He has a permament scar on his knee, he will always have to protect from sun and it will never have feeling on it.
There are too many unknowns to answer your question. For example, in addition to the scarring, are there any functional problems? Any types of vocations that he will not be able to do? Even though he is 17, did he already have a job, hobby, or career goals that may be impacted by his injuries? Are...Read more »
A Dollar tree manager assaulted me, threw, my cane, shove me & grabed my phone when I told her I was recording her because she wouldn't do a refund on things I had bought 2 mins. earlier w/receipt even though Dollar tree policy is to do so. As soon as I told her I was recording her she... Read more »
You may have a claim for personal injuries based upon assault, battery, negligent hiring and retention, negligent and or intentional infliction of emotional distress. You should consult with an injury lawyer that charges you no fees or costs unless you win. You should also preserve your phone...Read more »
I currently get Lazer Hair Removal on my face. The owner of the shop usually does it but got a new girl to do my treatment last time. The new girl was either nervous and it burnt me twice in the same place. That same day the skin started to peel away and has now left an ugly scar or mark on my... Read more »
You should consult with a dermatologist or a plastic/cosmetic surgeon about the extent of the scarring and whether scar revision is a viable option. If you have not already done so, you should take periodic photos of the scars to show progression and permanency of the scarring. After getting the...Read more »
I don't remember signing a workers compensation contract. And I didn't want to be under workers compensation. I got ran over by a garbage truck. One of the workers compensation clients must of came in and had me sign their contracts when I was at the hospital under the fluence when I was... Read more »
There are not enough important details in your question to be able to get give you a good answer. For example, who owned the garbage truck? Who was driving the garbage truck? Where did this happen? You may actually have both a personal injury claim and a workers compensation claim. You should...Read more »
In most instances your employer will have worker compensation immunity from law suit. However, there are certain but rare circumstance where you may be able to file a lawsuit against your employer. In some circumstances, you may be able to pursue both a worker compensation claim and a lawsuit...Read more »
The original settlement was stated over the phone to be 10,000 and the settlement agreement says 7500. And the three areas that asserts exact dollar amounts to be disbursed to the lawyer and to me are left blank. I'm being pressured to sign this document and am refusing to sign it without this... Read more »
There’s ways to get around Workers Comp. If you can prove your case. Are you able to pursue a regular lawsuit instead of settling for worker’s compensation if the driver of the vehicle drug test came back positive for cocaine?
For purposes of this answer I am assuming that the driver that tested positive for cocaine was a coworker for the same company that you are employed with. In some instances you may be able to get around worker compensation immunity if the cocaine use caused the accident. If you did not actively...Read more »
Owners were to be completed with a mother in law suite upon our moving in. We signed paid our lease. This accident occurred 1 day later. They had a utility truck on the property for an additional week. It was unlocked, no safety on this... it opened & pinned me between the utility door... Read more »
If you have not already done so, the incident needs to be reported to the land lord as well as the owner of the utility truck and a request made for their insurance company. You should also consult with an attorney so you may provide more details to see if the attorney can assist you.
I am assuming the accident occurred in Florida. In general, the owner of a vehicle in Florida is liable for injuries and damages caused by the vehicle even if the owner is not the driver if the driver had express or implied permission to drive your vehicle. That is called the Florida Dangerous...Read more »
There may be many reasons why you may not have received your settlement money including liens against the settlement money that still need to be resolved. Assuming there are no liens to be paid from the settlement money and that the settlement check was already received by your attorney and that...Read more »
I would need to know a lot more facts to be able to answer your question. For example, what was the administrative hearing about and who were the parties involved? Who do you want to file a civil suit against and for what reason?
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