I was getting paid by company check, then started being paid in cash. I asked about it and was threatened with physical harm and when i reported the threats my hours were cut and haven't been paid for my last 5 weeks of work. Each time, I'd call I'd be given excuses and then i... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2020
Hi, the Fair Labor Standards Act requires you to be paid at least the minimum wage for all hours worked. If you worked any overtime, you would also be entitled to that as well. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state to discuss options.
I quit the other job the job that I got hurt at won't work with my restrictions so I am totally not working but only getting partial temp benefits. Shouldnt i be getting full temp disability benefits?
answered on Sep 21, 2018
This depends on how your employment ended. I suggest you contact a workers' compensation attorney to discuss your case. We are glad to help.
i received a call at work yesterday, march 9, 2017 from collections saying i had a debt in my name from this visit. when i got my injury report from the doctor, it says in the first line of text that this was to be a workmans comp situation. my former boss was aware of this being a comp claim,... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2017
Tell the urgent care billing then the collections that you had comp. You should have the workers comp claim number.
answered on Apr 10, 2015
Montana state law limits contingency fees to 20% in workers' compensation claims.
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