Yes, this is normal. Attorneys usually have to deposit the funds into a trust account first to clear. The only way that would not occur would be if the insurance company provided separate checks for everyone with a lien/interest in the settlement amount.
Unfortunately, that is not the case. Vacation time is not guaranteed to be paid out like wages are. An Ohio employment attorney may be able to help you to recover them though. Some will offer free initial consultations.
My prior employer wrote an employment contract that included a base as well as an $800 per mo draw against future commissions for a (minimum of 18 months) however after less than 6 months he just came to me and said that he was going to do away with the draw against commission all together. When I... Read more »
This would likely be more a breach of contract, which the EEOC would not look at. Unless there is some other discrimination occurring that is not mentioned, you would only be able to bring suit in state court. You should speak with an employment law attorney as soon as possible to discuss your...Read more »
They could ask that, but it is suspicious behavior. That could be seen as attempting to dissuade your husband from workers' compensation, which is illegal. You and your husband should contact an employment law attorney as soon as possible and discuss your claim in more detail. Some will offer...Read more »
ER decided to "end our employment relationship". Currently negotiating separation package. My disability experience with the ER has not been positive & they want me to sign away my rights to talk about them. I don't think that's fair and I think it should have substantial value if I do but I don't... Read more »
If you believe you have been discriminated against because of your disability, you would probably benefit from speaking with an employment law attorney before accepting any severance agreement. Some attorneys will offer a free initial consultation.
If your employer did so, it could be FMLA retaliation. You should speak with an employment law attorney as soon as possible to discuss your situation in more detail. Some will offer free initial consultations.
You should contact an employment law attorney as soon as possible. It is not clear if you already left or not, but your employer should have paid you on the date of the soonest pay period. Some attorneys will offer a free initial consultation.
He turned the water on for inspection(knowing it might have frozen or busted water pipes)He had the water company turn the water on without planning on being there for several hours. There was over $4000 in water damage plus I will have to replace the flooring. Do I have a case? Can he be made to... Read more »
Your employer could potentially be fined, but one thing to consider is if your employer terminated you in retaliation for your report. For that, you should contact an employment law attorney to discuss your situation in more detail.
My place of employment just notified everyone they will be closing for less than a week over holidays. I am out of PTO/vacation and was told by HR I will now be paid a hourly wage instead of my weekly salary. My contact states a yearly wage & upon receiving this hourly pay I will be almost $600... Read more »
You would have to discuss the full details with an attorney, but it could potentially be a breach of contract issue. Some attorneys will offer a free initial consultation.
Attorney James J. Hux
Hux Law Firm, LLC
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