answered on Nov 11, 2017
2 years unless it's an occupational disease, in which case, it's 3 years.
I've been with my company for 3 years now, I didn't really call in often but recently gave birth is Nov. 2016, I'm breast feeding and have been getting mastitis due to nursing. whenever I get the infection I call in. I had to call in for once a week now and 3 days this week due to me... Read more »
answered on Jul 2, 2017
That type of employment situation can be frustrating. Especially with a new child. It's possible you may have a claim for harassment under Title VII, however I would want to know a few things. Do you have an employment contract? If so, what does it state regarding sick leave, paid time... Read more »
I have been told I can do this. There are no other custody orders in place at this time.
answered on Jun 15, 2017
Without knowing more about the situation, you could file an Allocation of Parental Responsibilities action in the district court of the county where the child is a permanent resident or where the chid is found. Then you could ask for a temporary orders hearing as soon as possible to allow the... Read more »
I am trying to get custody of my son. I am currently living with my girlfriend, my two kids (from that relationship) and her parents in their 3 bedroom house. We are trying to save to get married and buy a house. Will this affect me getting 50/50 custody of my son?
answered on Jun 9, 2017
Colorado law requires that the best interests of the children be met when it comes to the allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as custody). Therefore, you don't necessarily need to have a certain size home for the child to live in but the size of the home, how many people... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2017
As long as you are an employee and were accidentally injured while doing your job, or you became sick from doing your job (asbestos related sickness, for instance), then yes, you may have a claim under workers' compensation laws.
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