Typically, you should be allowed to provide the test in private, but there are a number of places that are requiring the person collecting the sample be in the room when it is collected so as to rule out any other issues.
At this point, you need to consult with an attorney to discuss your...View More
If you have access to a computer, you can start an application for Social security by going to ssa.gov. Then apply for benefits. If you get denied you will then need to contact an attorney to help with the appeal process. You can also call the social security office and set up a phone call...View More
You can only sue the state if the state or a state employee did something wrong. Did you get the tag number of the car that hit you? Have you filed an accident report, if so, then possibly the police department will have information on the car that hit you and you can pursue that claim.
Your question is not a simple one to answer. It is possible depending on the full facts of the accident that the trucking company could be found liable, but it also depends on the facts of your accident. At this point, I would advise you to contact an attorney and discuss what options you have...View More
The bin rolls, and it’s filled with cans and ice. The legs are notorious for folding in and collapsing on themselves, and my employer has never acknowledged or properly fixed the issue. It collapsed and slammed down onto my foot, and I have been limping for a week.
If your employer has workers compensation, you are entitled to several things, including medical bills to be paid and if your doctor takes you off work, a payment of TTD while you are off after 5 days. You need to contact an attorney and discuss your claim with them to decide how to move forward.
In terms of workers compensation, did you suffer any injury or seek medical care of any kind. If so and it is connected to this event you may have a claim for workers compensation benefits. IF no injury exist, you may a claim against the parents of the children. You need to contact an attorney...View More
The oil spill was in the parking lot but tracked up to the front door by other customers I slipped right in the front door and the manager at the time was right at the back at the front door and seen the whole thing unfold I didn't seek medical treatment at the time because I did not realize... View More
There is not enough information to state if you do or do not have a claim. Was a report made, also in Mississippi you need to prove how the oil got there, how long it had been there and if the establishment had any knowledge of the area before the fall occurred. You need to contact an attorney...View More
have three large firms working together on my Catholic abuse claims suite. Two years have come and still no case . I have done my information 4 times over and over. The calls are ridiculously fragmented with questions and comments. And I find new info myself and then get it from them.
Thank you for reaching out, however, I cannot truly answer this question. Since you are represented you need to make an appointment to sit down face to face with the attorneys you hired and get a firm timeline. In general these cases are very detailed and complex issues, so it is not unreasonable...View More
This happened on 11/17/22. I opened a saw up after turning it off to visually inspect a blade. I kneeled down on my knees and the door swung into my back. I reached up and pushed the door back open and I guess my hand hit the button and the saw came back on. As soon as it came on the bottom of my... View More
You should be enetitled to workers compensation. You need to consult an attorney in the area who handles such claims. Work comp pays certain benefits, such a disability for lost time from work while in recovery and then PPD once you reach MMI.
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This led to a diagnosis of Severe Aortic Stenosis, covered by compassionate allowance of disability. I was given about a year" give or take a few months" without two life- saving surgeries. My disability caseworker was notified immediately after diagnosis. 6 weeks later, I find she never... View More
I am sorry for your issues and the delay in answers, however it is not uncommon in the social security field for a reconsideration to remain pending for 8 to 10 weeks. You should have access to your file online that can advise you where the reconsideration stands. If that is denied, then you...View More
This would be a Federal Tort Acts claim and you have a 2 year statute in which to file a SF-95 form and prove your damages. Failure to file such form could result in your claim being lost and denied. You need to seek consultation with an attorney in your area to discuss your rights and claim for...View More
Under MS law, you would have only 1 year to sue a police department. However, they do not have a time line in which to complete an investigation as toward charging the person with a crime. Your injury claim may be barred against your neighbor as well as it is going to be defined as a intentional...View More
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