For a case involving wrongful termination due to an allergic reaction to workplace chemicals, you would typically seek an employment lawyer with experience in wrongful termination and workplace discrimination cases.
It was raining heavily and I was heading home for the day. I was about to turn right onto a road to leave my works parking lot. I looked both ways and saw no incoming cars. However due to the rain and tall plants blocking my view of the sidewalk and I didn't see a man on a bike coming towards... View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney on state-specific rules, there are elements on both sides that could be argued - bicycle on sidewalk, vehicle leaving parking lot duty to yield, and other possible...View More
I was visiting a friend and there was an argument between us and the neighbors . My friends boyfriend went outside and the neighbors started physically assaulting him. I went put to help him and one of them hit me from behind in the eye with a weapon. All of a sudden I hear gun fire and I pull... View More
Your question has a long list of variables. You really do need to sit down with a qualified criminal defense attorney who can review your criminal history (if any) and the charges you are facing, and discuss the circumstances of your arrest to determine what the best course of action is in your...View More
My brother had 2 difficult rounds of chemo after a cancer diagnosis. Alongside rigorous cancer treatment, he was prescribed Xanax. Some studies have shown there to be links between suicidal thoughts as a side effect of Xanax. Could a case be made that his prescription and use of Xanax could’ve... View More
For your sister-in-law to be eligible for life insurance benefits there are a couple things you'd need to know. First, do you know if your brother had a life insurance policy? For his widow to receive life insurance benefits, there would...View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal with the assaults. It's possible you could - but more information is needed in terms of location and other details. You could reach out to local attorneys to try to arrange a free...View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I hope your son is okay. Only a local attorney could advise on state-specific requirements for labeling - one option is to try to arrange a free initial consult with a local attorney, with the applicable packaging. Good...View More
He told me despite trying both arms he was just going to “unplug” me because they weren’t getting any plasma from me. He turned off the machine, and immediately after, another worker standing by realized he had turned off my machine before giving me any of my blood back. They hadn’t... View More
I have a voice recording of the doctor that said he was going to pay for my medical bills from this point on. He did plastic surgery on me and it didn't go right and now I've submitted my bills to him and he's not paying them I need help.
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's difficult for attorneys to reach out to you - you would need to reach to them. In addition to your own searches, there's a tab above, Find a Lawyer. State and local bar associations also have attorney...View More
If one learns one has been named a defendant in a federal civil suit prior to actually being served (say, for instance, by coming across the complaint while reading other cases), does the 21-day "clock" start counting down to respond from the moment one first becomes aware one is a... View More
If it were a wrongful eviction, you would need to prove damages. Do you have good evidence that it was a wrongful eviction? Also, that you suffered damages? I would not advise, based on the limited facts, that you pursue this. You are likely to spend more money in litigation and attorney's...View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The best way to answer your question would probably be to reach out to a local attorney to discuss in further detail. While anyone could sue for anything, an attorney could help you evaluate whether you have a case...View More
He said the home inspector told him he had to have his winow wells covered so he bought the cheapest he could find. The window well was in an odd corner of the house and I had zero idea it was there because it was covered by snow. I now have major back issues and possible medical bills will follow.... View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal with the injuries and the financial burden they have created. In these types of situations, the first go-to source for medical bills would ordinarily be workers' comp insurance. If...View More
Myself and a few other girls from my treatment center where abused as minors and we have permanent nerve damage as well as other injuries we still have today. I was young when I left and didn’t realize it was child abuse until I was older
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry this happened to you and the other girls at the facility. You could reach out to law firms to discuss in detail and confidence. The fact that this happened to more than one of you could possibly...View More
For background, I cohabitate(d) with my girlfriend and her parents. With my termination, this supervisor notified my girlfriend’s parents before I had the opportunity to repose & break the news myself (this is in the span of less than 24 hours.) This has resulted in my displacement from their... View More
You should consult with an attorney in Utah. Each state has different laws regarding communications with others. If someone says or writes something false, the publisher can be held liable for damages caused by the defamation of character (libel or slander). Many states also allow a cause of...View More
My friends mother was staying at an assisted living center until this past February when she tragically passed away due to lack of oxygen from choking on some food she was eating for lunch. They did not check on her for 40-45 mins after lunch when they located her on the ground in her room. This... View More
A Utah attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm very sorry for you and your friend's loss. You ask for someone to please advise. Your friend's best option would be to consider reaching out to attorneys to discuss in greater detail. Law firms that...View More
I filed this with the Federal Government. My husband is a physician & I work in healthcare as well . Because of that, I am having a hard time finding an attorney that doesn’t do malpractice and HIPPA violations. Does anyone know who I can talk to about this? This is a very serious HIPPA... View More
I'm not sure what you mean by your HIPAA being violated but the short answer to your question is that in their wisdom Congress in enacting HIPAA did not provide any remedy for a violation, other than potential injunctive or declaratory relief which means no money therefore no attorney would...View More
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