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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Animal / Dog Law and Insurance Bad Faith for Connecticut on
Q: Try to see if I can do something legally about a pet insurance policy and claim?

I have a policy with Trupanion. I submitted a pre approval claim for a BOAs surgery for my french bulldog which is a surgery to shorten the soft palate. Trupanion denied the claim stating my dog had a pre existing condition. When I went over the vet records with a Trupanion CSR no where in the dogs... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Connecticut on
Q: If an employer overpays someone because the employer/HR forgot to “end” someone’s position, does the employee have pay?

The person has multiple positions at the same employer. HR did not end one of those positions (unknown which, they did not specify completely), which resulted in overpayment for 8 months. Does the employee HAVE to pay that back? It was HR who made a huge mistake. It seems like the employee has to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Connecticut on
Q: Immigration question regarding i29 RFE!!!

I am on h4 and have a closed misdeamenor C.__My husband (H1B) has recently changed his company and the new company is filing his i129 (COS) along with mine(for the extension).__My question is because of my record can he get a RFE?

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answered on Feb 28, 2024

When an H1B visa holder changes employers, the new employer must file a Form I-129 for a change of employer (COS) along with any dependent H4 visa extensions. The presence of a misdemeanor on a dependent's record, like an H4 visa holder, generally does not directly impact the H1B principal... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Connecticut on
Q: Immigration question regarding i29 RFE!!!

I am on h4 and have a closed misdeamenor C.

My husband (H1B) has recently changed his company and the new company is filing his i129 (COS) along with mine(for the extension).

My question is because of my record can he get a RFE?

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answered on Feb 28, 2024

When your husband's employer files an I-129 petition for his change of status (COS) and includes an extension for your H4 status, the focus of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will primarily be on his eligibility for the H1B visa and your eligibility for the H4 status.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Real Estate Law and Probate for Connecticut on
Q: Selling my parents house in Massachusetts after they passed why would there be a 30 day hold on distribution of proceeds
Steven Basche
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answered on Feb 25, 2024

I don’t practice in Massachusetts, but I think the answer is that there may be a 30 day appeal period that needs to run before the proceeds can be disbursed.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Connecticut on
Q: I was told that if I get demoted from any position at an esop company my pay stays the same

Supervisor/lead roll gets demoted to enter level they get paid the same

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation for Connecticut on
Q: Under CT law, what can LLC members do about another member who refuses to pay his share of bills? withhold his K1?

This LLC was formed to make one specific investment. Can we declare him in "bad standing" and not send him other relevant information about the investment?

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Connecticut on
Q: Can an estate file a claim against an employer who sent w-2 wage statements to decendant but never actual paid any wages

I am the executor of an estate and after reviewing tax and bank statements, see years of w-2 income reported on tax returns but no actual income. Can I sue the employer for these unpaid wages, and if so how many years can I go back?

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning for Connecticut on
Q: Can an estate file a claim against an employer who sent w-2 wage statements to decendant but never actual paid any wages

I am the executor of an estate and after reviewing tax and bank statements, see years of w-2 income reported on tax returns but no actual income. Can I sue the employer for these unpaid wages, and if so how many years can I go back?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Connecticut on
Q: How do I get my employer to properly pay me as a non-exempt employee after classifying me as exempt?

My employer has been paying me a salary and not tracking my hours. I recently discovered that they are using the professional exemption yet neither myself, nor any of my colleagues, have advanced degrees. When I started asking questions I was told that they were discussing with the company attorney... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Workers' Compensation for Connecticut on
Q: Why won’t any attorneys enforce violations in court?

I prevailed in the CHRO in 2004. Workers comp has now taken the retaliation baton to finish me off.

It’s blatant disparate harassment.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Connecticut on
Q: I paid rent within the 9day grave period & my landlord charged me 2 $40 fees. Does this mean they're evicting me?

We paid our rent 6 days late, within the 9day grace period. We got charged 2 $40 fees. One I think was for a demand for rent, and I'm afraid the other one might be because they want to evict us.

0 Answers | Asked in DUI / DWI for Connecticut on
Q: Can i file a lawsuit if my court proceedings already ended and i feel like it wasnt just?

I had a dui turned into a plea deal for a reckless driving. My lawyer wasnt communicating with me even though i told him i was innocent all the way because they arrested me for dui but they never took a single test. I was compliant with the cops and asked if i could do a sobreity test or blood work... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Criminal Law for Connecticut on
Q: wgat is the rule of law in this vase for a case brief

Johns v. Commonwealth, 53 Va.App. 742 (2009)

675 S.E.2d 211

53 Va.App. 742

Court of Appeals of Virginia,

Chesapeake.

Michael Romulus JOHNS

v.

COMMONWEALTH of Virginia.

Record No. 2618–07–1.

2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Car Accidents for Connecticut on
Q: Wife had truck driving accident Nov 24 ,2020.We terminated our present attorney today

The attorney has no trial procedure posted , did not have a game plan. We terminated him immediately;

Wife had fractured ribs..spinal injury.left rotator cuff injuries. Trial is scheduled for Sept 2024.

Trucking company will contest ,has Zurich Insurance 2,500 million liability... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Feb 16, 2024

A Connecticut attorney could probably answer your question with firsthand knowledge of local firms ("Who is good at this type of litigation," you ask). But the format here does not allow for attorneys to solicit. It's only for Q & A. You'd need to reach out to attorneys on... View More

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