First, make sure to file a claim with your PIP, assuming you have auto insurance yourself (or someone in your household does). That will pay for the hospital trip, plus any future care such as physical therapy if you need it.
Then, assuming you have auto coverage yourself, you should also...Read more »
Last summer I was rear ended while stopped by a big truck with a solid steel bumper while I was in my 2003 Hyundai. Over the next few months I developed back pain and stiffness, along with sciatica. I started seeing a chiropractor after filing a claim with my insurer (who told me this was... Read more »
Yes, they can require this. If you review your policy I can guarantee you there is a clause that says you have to cooperate with your carrier, and that you must submit to what we call an IME. If they make you start going to a lot of them, then you might consider talking to an attorney to see at...Read more »
Driver 2 thought he had enough time to get out to the center lane (what he told the officer) but driver 1 (motorcycle) let go of the motorcycle realizing he was not going to have enough time to stop and the bike hit the driver 2 dodge ram truck and caused damage and driver 1 was injured from road... Read more »
My boyfriend works for a cannabis farm & received a notice that they had lost faith in his ability to do his job after taking sick time for illness/COVID testing. They are offering a lesser position with a $11000 a year pay cut or he can leave/be fired.
File a lawsuit prior to the statute of limitations running, which is shorter due to the the tort claim aspect. If you did not go through the BOLI or EEOC process, you might consider that, and you might consider talking with an attorney as well about your case.
A new husband/wife management team is coming in as store managers because the current store manager is retiring. Here's the deal, they've informed us that they are requiring all employees to fill out a new application for their CURRENT job positions. They want everyone on a 90 day... Read more »
If these are new owners and a new company, then you already technically lost your job. And, that is likely what happened here. If you refuse, that is insubordination, which could lead to termination, and one that would likely disqualify you from unemployment.
Been employed as a hourly supervisor for just over 4 years at a local branch of a nationwide manufacturing company. My initial application was for a different position that I was turned down for. Did get hired in a entry level position, quickly advanced to supervisor. Continued to try and advance... Read more »
In order to get UI benefits after quitting a job, you have to show good cause, which is a really high bar. See that section in this article: https://www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/1099_UnemploymentComp.htm
Based on your description above, I doubt you would be eligible. Basically it has to...Read more »
Lucky a coworker held her back as I left through the back door. Now the company is not paying me out for vacation days i earned in the past year. My boss also didn't tell her supervisor about her trying to attack me so they are taking my quitting without 2 weeks notice as the reason for not... Read more »
Hello, I am working in a hostile work environment and on top of that - I have been given a "Performance Improvement Plan" which is actually a letter listing all "shortcomings" of my performance in my work. There are inaccuracies in this. I feel confident that I am being forced... Read more »
Contract says: It is hereby agreed between the Board of Education of School District #10 and the undersigned licensed staff member that the licensed staff member will teach in the schools of the district for the 2020-2021 school year. It is further understood and agreed that this contract is... Read more »
Recently my husband was fired from his work place because he got into an accident on company time with a company vehicle. When he tried to file a claim for unjust termination, the work place told him he couldn't do it because he has no union behind him because he wasn't past the probation... Read more »
I would suggest contacting a law firm that handles union cases (labor law), such as McKanna Bishop Joffe, as they handle those types of cases. The probation period and rules associated with it should be in the collective bargaining agreement, which the union would have a copy of.
I have a store on eBay and noticed that other sellers are using them without my permission and now I found a company using my photos .. its frustrating because I took the time, patience, and dedication to take each photo and for someone to just use them is not fair, I've tried contacting the... Read more »
I'll add that the registration process is all online these days, and something like $30 per registration. But, the process takes a fair amount of time after you submit the registration before it is officially registered. As in, it is not instantaneous.
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