The contract specified I'd get insurance after the waiting period.
Also I believe this would meet the requirements to report them to IRS due to the Shared Responsibility Payments Act for equal opportunity of all employees to receive and be offered equal opportunity health insurance.... View More
It appears that your employer is willing to rectify the situation. So your only harm would be if you had to seek out medical treatment in the past, and had to pay out-of-pocket because you were not covered. I would suggest you discuss that with your employer before resorting to legal action....View More
I was an Inventory Specialist for Comfort Temp Heating and Air in Gainesville, Florida. On 7/13/23, I was terminated from that employer. At 6am that day, I was told but my peers that the CFO, C.W. felt that the position and I was no longer needed with the company and they it was being discussed... View More
If you believe there are other reasons for your termination, other than a financial reason by your employer, then I suggest you consult with your employer. As an employee at Will, you can be terminated for any reason at any time, and your employer has no obligation to provide you two weeks of work.
I work overtime daily and even the weekends. My title is manager but my duties do not reflect the title. I have no Managerial responsibilities at all. I “ supervise “ 3 employees, but have no say in hiring or firing. I am basically the same, but I have a title and am exempt from OT.
Your title, as a manager, has no bearing on whether you’re entitled to overtime under the fair labor standards act. The question is whether you meet an exemption under the law based upon facts. For instance, if you are a salaried employee and supervise two or more full-time employees and direct...View More
It’s hard to answer this question when I don’t really understand the facts of what you mean. Employer can fire employee unless they have an employment contract for any reason whatsoever but anytime they want to. This would be in the private sector. An employee in the public sector would have...View More
Doesn’t have full insurance on car and now doesn’t have a car. He is store manager For years) and is on call 7 days a week - goes in on days off etc. got a call at 9pm from employee that the store needed fry boxes asap picked up and needed my son who was at home to go pick up. Used personal... View More
Additionally the injured person will make a claim against your employer. But if there’s any employment law issues aside from work comp such as not being paid for this time or other overtime consult an employment lawyer
The owner of a restaurant I work at allows his wife to take tables and collect tips, taking tables away from his employees to do so. He will even ask employees to come in and work with his wife while paying them a flat fee, and she collects more in tips than the other employee is compensated, even... View More
My husband and I moved to Tampa because one of his friends was opening a restaurant, he offered him a partnership, but after us working for almost two months, he gave both of us a W2. Then we realized it was never his intention to treat us as equals. The biggest problem is me, he told me that he... View More
You should be paid for all hours worked and at rates which are both consistent with the FLSA, and florida wage law and per any contractual promise. You have rights. Find a wage and hour lawyer or reach out to us. Most wage and hour employees, employment lawyers will be glad to review all of...View More
I am a Clinical Research Coordinator in Pensacola Florida. Due to the fact that there is very little research positions available in the area surrounding Pensacola Florida, I want to see if the covenant of non competition that I signed with a previous employer 1 year ago can be challenged
Generally such agreements are enforceable. But you are asking for legal advice re a contract and document and as such you should review with an attorneys and get paid legal advice. Challenging it will require review and perhaps research and legal time and then specific legal advice. I suggest...View More
Well certainly that sounds like there would be something to question both by the MD who prescribed it, the pharmacy who filled it and the manufacturer. Glad to explore the facts, but clearly you need to provide more information to me or any other lawyer to really be able to determine if there is a...View More
If you mean you are receiving disability wages and receiving pay so being paid more than you are owed or would receive if working or just on disability then there would be an error on either the employer or Insurance company’s part.
You will not have to pay fees. However, you could be obligated for any advanced costs. You will need to read your contract. Many lawyers have agreements that say no fee or costs unless recovery. Your lawyer may have a lien though against any future claim pursued through litigation and...View More
No you will not. However you should discuss your options for a lump sum settlement in the Worker’s Compensation case with an attorney. If you die or become disabled because of another accident or injury or simply pass on there’s no value in the case is over. Plus you can settle now and reap the...View More
Well if an earlier diagnosis would have precluded the need for surgery then there could be an instance of medical negligence to file a claim. More facts are needed to know whether the earlier detection of the infection would have precluded the need for surgery.
My daughter was (I believe) wrongly terminated by her employer on 4/6/20. She was on FMLA the previous week &non-verbal for mental health reasons & her employer was duly informed of her FMLA week leave. They sent her an email after that requiring her to call in everyday which she... View More
If she was approved for FMLA as indicated, she would have a good claim for FMLA interference with rights, and potentially a retaliation claim. Based upon these facts, it is a claim worth obtaining legal representation. You can contact me or anyone else who handles employment claims, and some will...View More
I was a production manager overseeing six staff. I had no idea I was going to be let go. Hadn't received any bad performance reviews nor disciplinary action. They even sent me to additional management training only two weeks earlier. And I regularly worked 50+ hrs/wk (salaried). It seems... View More
Unfortunately unless you have an employment contract with guaranteed income for a set period of time, you cannot sue your employer for the loss of your job, other than pursue unemployment. A layoff for virus would entitle you to receive unemployment, and moreover, any moment the US government is...View More
Yes. The owner is liable as an act of negligence, and if they have homeowners insurance may cover the dog owner for the claim. Not sure of extent of injury. If no medical treatment needed then may not be of much value. Certainly if stitches or more serious injury and medical expenses incurred...View More
I have the person's insurance, license, vehicle registration, phone number and some front dash-camera footage of when he hit me. He said he would pay, but he called to insult me and deny anything happened.
You can file a claim with your insurance company and provide the other drivers information and they can go after the at fault driver for recovery of the damages. If you have a license plate And drivers name and information obviously you could still pursue a claim cvilly against the person. However...View More
The employee has been with the company for 2.5 years, its an outbound call center job. The reason for working at home is because the doctor requires the person to recover for at least 3-5 days. The job is denying me this, I have FMLA already but this is shorting my pay when the person may need to... View More
Arguably you are suffering from a disability with a cancer diagnosis. So then your employer should engage you in a discussion and interactive process in attempting to accommodate the work restriction. If they have a legitimate business reason why you cannot work from home, then they don't...View More
when I was terminated. I was not on medical leave when the termination happened. I was at work. That is why I'm concerned about going forward with the surgery. Florida is a right to work state, and an employee can be terminated with or without cause. In my case it was without cause. But,... View More
Well certainly if the termination is retaliatory it would be unlawful and depending upon facts there may be numerous other laws at issue, so again I encourage you to get your situation reviewed by counsel and you may as well contact me if you choose
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