I had a coworker who threw several boxes product (card sleeves) at me . Three hit my head and the rest hit my body. Anyways my manager told me he had a zero tolerance to that type of stuff and the co worker constantly outrages in the work environment. Yet he still working here so I just want to... View More
If you are injured, you could make a worker's compensation claim against your employer. If your co-worker through something at you, that might be a crime, and you could call the police. However, practically speaking, this will cause problems for your employer, and they may fire you. Perhaps...View More
My brothers name is on birth certificate however never married to his sons mother. She gave him their child a year ago as she didn't have a job, on drugs and nowhere to stay after her mom died. My brother is now moving to Georgia since him and his girlfriend and mother of his other 2 kids(and... View More
I am not sure what letter you are referring to. If a case was opened, a letter in regards to removal might be appropriate. However, your brother could open a court case or he risks the mom going to court in Illinois and convincing a judge that your brother wrongfully took their son from Illinois....View More
I rent a upper apartment in a duplex from Chapman Properties and I have had issues with sewage backup flooding into my basement for over a month. It has caused damage to my personal property that I'm going to have to pay out of pocket to replace. I've had to pay out of pocket to do... View More
The landlord can simply provide you notice that your month-to-month lease will not be continued for another month. That would not be an eviction. Evictions occur for violations of leases, such as not paying rent, destroying the property, disturbing other tenants. It seems like you should look for...View More
While I was riding the thread on the right upper part got loose and part of the fork shot out. The pressurized part hit firstly my face (my cheekbone was broken) and then it hit my right eye so badly that it damaged my eye completely (eye nerve was damaged, eye was broken onto 3 parts, lower eyelid... View More
As a former bike messenger and avid cyclist, I definitely understand what you are talking about. You apparently were using a bike that had shocks as the front fork, with the shock absorption being provided by air pressure.
You are of course correct if you think surgeons should not unintentionally lave items in your body after surgery. It sound like you might have a strong case for medical malpractice. However, consider that the amount of damages you might recover depends upon various factors, and is not clear cut....View More
I have informed her to stop contacting me multiple times to stop contacted her employer since this was done during work hours and they seem to not care. Is there anything that can be done? This is in Illinois. These messages are being sent to me during work hours.
I do have all subleasing documents agreement. So what should I do to sue him for not paying? Also, I have received many calls from debt collectors. In the same time, I can’t focus on my school because this issue has affected me negatively and put me under pressure. Moreover, this case affects my... View More
You could sue the sublessee in small claims court.
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