More information is needed to answer your question. Idaho is an "at-will" employment state. You are not guaranteed your job back. However, you might have a case if you believe your (former) employer refused to hire you back for a discriminatory reason (i.e. race, gender, disability, age, etc).
A full answer would require additional consultation. However generally speaking if you "misused" the product, it will make your claim difficult. Under Idaho law, a jury would ultimately be asked to proportion the negligence of both you and the manufacturer (or possibly the...Read more »
In Idaho there are very specific statutes related to "Medical Malpractice" that only apply to "physicians" "surgeons" and "licensed acute care general hospitals" as those terms are defined under Idaho law. Typically, most pharmaceutical errors fall are...Read more »
You may be able to seek damages from personal injury depending on where your child was injured, and what caused his injuries. Different laws apply depending on whether the trail was public property or private property, and more information is needed to answer this question. Consider contacting...Read more »
The answer may depend on what the contract is for. As a general matter, oral contracts are binding. However, some contracts are subject to the Statute of Frauds, which requires the contract to be in writing (such as for the sale of real property or contracts that will not be completed within 1...Read more »
It is a mobile service, we drive a company truck to clients houses and preform the service. Previously we clocked in at the start of the day (say 8:00 am) and started getting our trucks ready for our assigned routs. Now, we are to get our trucks ready and drive to the first assigned house and... Read more »
Your question is complex and to answer it more directly would require more information. The answer may depend on whether you are an independent contractor or an employee. However, if you are an employee and your employer "requires" this work to be done, it may be a violation of the Fair...Read more »
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