An open outdoor fire or open burning emits pollutants directly into the air and includes agricultural, residential, and prescribed burning. The rules regulating open burning are Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Section 11-60.1 Subchapter 3. Generally open burning is prohibited with a few...Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for an attorney to offer guidance without seeing the contract's terms about termination, cancellation, refunds, penalties, etc. You could reach out to local attorneys to review the...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It would be difficult for attorneys to offer guidance here. There wasn't a question, but it looks like you're wondering about your legal rights. That would call for a medical opinion. You could reach out to...Read more »
Back in 2018, I had an accident in my country, so I have a back problem and the day I did interview with my employer, I already explain to them that I am in a session of treatment actually. They accepted to hire me which was a months ago, and today, they just fired me because I did not work... Read more »
I'm sorry you were fired. This is something that the employment law attorneys here would have better insight into than personal injury attorneys. There's no guarantee that all posts on this Q & A board are picked up, but if you reposted and added Employment Law as a category, you...Read more »
I live in Florida where she has been for the past 2 years. Can she return to her house ? She doesn’t have a car nor anyone to take care of her in PR. My brother washed his hand of having anything to do with her. He lives in PR.
I was speaking to HR they advised the WC dept who in turn emailed me and copied my boss but I did not file the claim yet nor had I even spoken to them about it so now this person advised my boss about my mental health issues that I was privately discussing with HR
Conversations with HR can (and should) eventually include your supervisor. If you are having mental health challenges and you alerted Human Resources, HR is required by the corporation to alert supervisors (and likely Risk Management). Human Resources staffers are NOT Priests or Doctors or...Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You probably already attempted resolution or negotiation with them. When it comes to ER or ambulance services, some carriers will show more leniency. But if you are at an impasse, which could be the case from...Read more »
The facility I’m contracted through contacted my agency that’s on pause and asked them to confirm with me that I’m working for another agency, isn’t that a breach in confidentiality? Also is it not ok to work for two agencies?
From Feb 2022-april 1 2022 I paid weekly for health and dental, my last day was april 1st with company. I tried going to dr the last week of employment and found out I was never enrolled in a plan, emailed and spoke with hr multiple times and they are no longer responding to me getting my money... Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It would be difficult for any attorney to offer step-by-step directions on this frustrating situation. You could reach out to attorneys to investigate the matter in terms of the formation of your contract...Read more »
Son moves to Alabama and gets put in a MHH he is 18 and a legal resident of Florida. They are saying that if I don't pick him up today (found out yesterday) I'll be charged with abandonment and they will issues a warrant for me. All this coming from a ex friend and no one has called me.
While Alabama may think you "abandoned" him, what you did or didn't do wasn't in Alabama; it was in Florida. Alabama can't charge you because you didn't do it there. In any event, don't necessarily believe what ex-friends tell you.
This was Kaiser MidAtlantic, South Baltimore location’s Head surgeon and a contracted neurosurgeon who refused minimally invasive procedures and newer 93% success rate procedures with shorter recovery periods. They prefer the 50 year old procedure that has 70% success rate initially, but within... Read more »
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It's going to be difficult for any attorney to offer meaningful guidance on something of this complexity without seeing the file and the terms of the insurance coverage. If...Read more »
I applied for Medicaid coverage for my newborn last month. Because they have taken so long to process the application, I will now be responsible for nearly 1,000 dollars in pediatrician bills. Can I sue the government?
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Insurance practices are generally governed by state law. But in general nationwide, it can be a matter of demonstrating to the carrier the need for the referral based on "medical necessity." It sounds like...Read more »
Filed 3/18/22 in Montgomery County. Texas. He is removing me from insurance, I am a double transplant survivor and cannot be without health insurance. He says come June 1st I will no longer have health insurance and will not add me unless ordered by the courts. No lawyer, I am not able to work due... Read more »
My dad was on hospice in Kaiser they were supposed to informed me when my dad got worse for we can say our goodbyes n they didn’t the day he died they had a meeting had him sign papers I had no idea that was going on I told them not to have a meeting unless I was informed because he was on... Read more »
You should immediately talk to a personal injury attorney who also handles medical malpractice. There are very strict timelines that you must not violate so you should talk to someone right away or you could lose the chance to do something.
A state or region is not mentioned in the post, but your question remains open for three weeks. Contact the applicable state board in the state where you plan to take the exam for its state-specific testing guidelines. But as a general matter in any state, national origin should not be relevant for...Read more »
A guardianship of an incapacitated adult is possible however you will have to prove they are incapacitated and not capable of caring for themselves. Additionally they will have an opportunity to give their input at a hearing.
This is something that an Oklahoma attorney is best suited to advise on, but your question remains open for four weeks. If this is something in the lawsuit stage, an ordinary letter might not suffice as a response. There could be more formal legal responses needed. Unfortunately, it's...Read more »
It will depend on whether each of the dental procedures were either (1) part of a single overall plan for one total price that took multiple procedures to complete, or (2) whether each procedure was a separate unrelated dental procedure with a price charged for each. In the former situation, the...Read more »
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