I have a part time job where an undocumented employee got injured on the job and the employer is asking him to fill out an I-9 verification form so that he can pay the medical bills. By the looks of things it seems like my boss is trying to get rid of him and not actually pay for the medical bills,... Read more »
Both your boss and the undocumented worked are in violation of Federal law. It is unwise to post anything further about this in a public forum monitored by law enforcement. There is no attorney-client privilege online and this situation is far beyond the scope of this forum.
I am trying to obtain the bills so that I can file a lawsuit pro se, with the initial attempt being a demand letter. I have also been contacted by the drivers insurance company wanting to settle this matter but without the bills I am unaware of what would be a fair offer. I asked the previous... Read more »
Yes you should speak with a lawyer about this immediately, most of us offer free in office consultations and most will do this on a contingency fee basis (i.e you only pay the lawyer if you collect). Lastly you may not just be able to collect from your employer but also the person that hit you, if...Read more »
Once we submitted their invoice for payment, they told us the check was ready, but they wouldn’t release it without proof of workman’s comp insurance. Is this legal? They allowed us to perform the work before ever requesting proof of any type of insurance?
Probably a lot of money but to tell you exactly a lawyer would need to know exactly your injury (Complete Medical Diagnosis) and whether anyone other third party is responsible for your injury such as the ladder company because you were on a ladder and the ladder rung broke. I suggest you seek out...Read more »
Hi, I am working at Domino's pizza as delivery driver part time job. While delivery someone robbed me and they took my car.I had full coverage with Geico which is they refuse to pay basically they denied my claim. After that i spoke to my domino's franchise owner he said his not responsible for... Read more »
The question is maybe, especially if it was in the course of employment or if you were still at the work place. I suggest you speak with a lawyer ASAP as much more facts are needed and time lines do exist to file a claim.
Yes anyone who is being paid on the job is entitled to workers compensation if injured. If you are injured you need to contact one of us lawyers ASAP it all starts with the free in office consultation most of us offer.
Is the driving EMT guilty of "patient abandonement" if he leaves a completley stable & oriented patient with little chance of deteriorating with the treating EMT at a dr's office for a "wait & return" transport, to drive to get food taking 9-12mins? He hadnt eaten in 17 hours & dispatch hadnt given... Read more »
I can't speak to the employment law issues, but if the patient was injured or suffered any loss it could actually be criminal in nature. Your responsibility to the patient is separate from you employers duty to you.
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