6 years ago, i tore my ACL and required surgery. this was due to a work injury. fast forward to today, i was injured again at a new job and tore the same ACL and am now required to have another surgery. can my current employer try to deny my claim and surgery? this injury has always been disclosed... Read more »
Fell on shoulder at work. Filed paperwork about injury but did not feel need for medical aid at the time. Have pain off and on for seven months. Want to see doctor and am told I waited too long and workmans comp will not pay the bill. Is this right?
The insurance company's perspective is that since you went without treatment for seven months you must not have suffered an injury needing treatment. In their eyes, the fact you need treatment for the first time seven months later indicates you suffered a re-injury that they are not responsible for...Read more »
This is a family property, my family. In the event of divorce, I want to ensure that I maintain majority interest in the property. Gram is 93, what would happen to her portion in the event of her passing? She has outstanding debts at this time.
There's no way to answer your question authoritatively without more information. I encourage you to meet with an attorney. When you do, bring a copy of the deed establishing title in you, your grandmother and your husband. The answer to your question can only be determined by examining that deed.
I've been told about Cobra from the insurance card customer service number that the plan is until May 31, 2019, yet it was also said by the health insurance company that the plan is paid through March 2019. This affects my Special Enrollment Period, and I cannot get the owner to communicate back... Read more »
Unless you are completely supporting yourself economically and both your parents agree you should be emancipated, it won't happen. How much it costs to will vary depending on the hourly rate charged by attorneys in your community.
Verbal contract only. I get mail there. I have keys to both building door and the apartment door. All my property is still there. He stated he is changing the locks and anything left inside will be thrown away. Intimidated me and scared me with fear of trespassing and chance of being arrested
If the question is, "CAN he do it?" the answer is yes, people can do a lot of things. If the question is, "Yeah, but is he breaking the law when he does it?" the answer is also yes. He is supposed to give you notice that you're being evicted and, if you don't move out within the time specified in...Read more »
No. If it matters a lot to you, pay for a survey of your lot, not the neighboring one. If it doesn't matter enough to you that you're willing to pay for a survey, you shouldn't worry about where the lot line is.
Getting married for first time in a few weeks, his first marriage as well. I outearn him 4:1. Confused whether to show my cards - I believe his expectations of me would increase. He doesn't know my salary and net worth. Very confused what to do. Financial habits are very bad -no savings and... Read more »
Current guardian no can longer take care of him - 16yrs old. Can I just transfer guardianship? Notarized letter? Does this have to be handled through court? And if so, where do I start and what paperwork is needed? Trying to do this the easiest way possible
This must be done through the court. Your best bet is to contact a lawyer well-versed in family law and, if everyone agrees this is what needs to be done, meet the lawyer with the aunt and the nephew present and discuss what needs to be done.
We also disclosed to the listing agent what we still owed on the property, imagine, the offer came in at that exact price. Later we found out true buyer was girlfriend of agents brother. Possible breach of fiduciary duties?
My ex wife is the custodial parent of our two kids, ages 14 and 17. My daughter no long wants to live with her mother. We have joint custody and I pay child support. My daughter wants to leave but I do not know if she can just leave and move in with me or do I have to petition the court. Like I... Read more »
No. You cannot trust someone who's already told you he is contractually obligated to also represent the other side to just represent you at closing. You need to hire an attorney as quickly as possible. Buying a home is typically the biggest expense you'll ever have -- it is worth the expense of...Read more »
We have 50/50 custody with me as Primary residence. He moved after we were divorce 27 miles further. He wants me to pick her up now at his residence. He picks her up at mine. But I also didn't move further. If we went back to court would I still have to drive the distance?
Pay for travel time depends on whether you are commuting (which is not compensable) or traveling between job-sites or between your office or other base of operations and a job-site (which is typically compensable).
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