I was removed short term from work August 2019 due to surgery. After surgery I had complications still and the dr felt I needed to be seen by another surgeon of his choice for a second opinion. The surgeon filled the required paperwork out and sent it to my short term disability company. They... Read more »
More information is needed to determine if you should have been eligible for job protection under the Family Medical Leave Act or eligible for an accommodation in the form of continued medical leave under the Americans with Disabilities Act. You should contact an employment attorney to discuss...Read more »
I work for a corporate dental practice and the new office I transferred to has not been welcoming and the dentist has been very rude to me and has been trying to make me very uncomfortable so that I will quit. None of this has been overtly done but very passive aggressive. Now he has amplified by... Read more »
Document everything they do/you do. Follow all rules and guidelines implicitly and don’t cut corners. They don’t need a reason to fire you as KY is an employment at will state. If they’re going to fire you, nothing you can do to prevent it beforehand but consult an attorney immediatelt...Read more »
I have repeatedly asked for an incorrect diagnosis to be corrected in my chart and the doctors office is ignoring me. I even filed a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights and the doctors office has still not responded to me. Can I get a court order or get an attorney help me and possibly get... Read more »
I was given the option to pay for lab work at the time of service on two occasions. The hospital employee told me she would calculate my portion of the bill based on my insurance provider. She did not account for the significant discount agreement between the hospital and my insurance company, and... Read more »
A case is going to trial in less than three weeks, and one party filed many motions in limine after the judge's calendar deadline. Is this allowed under CR 16, and is there an argument to be made that the other party is trying to waste the replying parties time? Any case law or direction would be... Read more »
Why not ask your lawyer? Short answer is that you can respond that the motions are untimely filed, do not comply with the rules, and should be stricken. That being said be prepeared to respond to what the motions say as a judge may decide to consider them nonetheless.
Yes. It depends upon the facts. It usually requires a determination of compentency.
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