Given that NYS oversees the claims even in this federal instance, to affirm that you are ready and willing to work within the country each time you would be claiming is fraud. If you can suspend the claim and start it back up once you're able to be in the country, that might work, but...View More
I am a teacher who was laid off. I have a ten month contract paid over 12 months. The contract stipulates the last day of employment is 6/16/20, but I will receive my last paycheck on 8/21/20. The principal has said the summer paychecks are technically money owed to us for services rendered, and... View More
It is my understanding that the claim will be denied until the dismissal pay period ends, and you will be then forced into creating a new claim. You will be considered unemployed when you no longer receive that paycheck. This would be a similar instance if you were receiving severance pay.
Depending on where the company is located in relationship to where you live, you may be able to bring a small claims action against the company, seeking the amount you prepaid as well as the mower. Any written documentation including claim check or price quote would be very important in proving...View More
You won't be able to make the claim in small claims court in NY. The Defendant must reside, work or have a business address within the five western towns of Suffolk County. You'd have to bring the claim in county court, which will be considerably more expensive and may be cost...View More
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