While working, I was injured on the job and went to the doctor on the same day. There was 4 employee witnesses and I told my boss also on the same. Because the nature of the incident and where the injury occurred "at the CEO's home" I was in fear of my job I started voice recording after I was... Read more »
Wondering of rights as resident. Called town and being told keep kids out of road. Not addressing the law breaking of residents. Put slow down structure at foot of driveway. What else can I do to stop a child from being killed. What are the children's rights.
Petition the local city council or whatever form of government you have for placement of a speed limit sign etc. However kids should not be riding bikes on roadways unless they are fully competent, have helmets on etc. We lived on a road like that and that's one of the reasons we moved--no way...Read more »
she has yet to fix my staircase which I fell down and have paperwork showing it caused a concussion and shoulder injury. I now deal with a traumatic brain injury which built up to much fluid and I'm on medication for the migraines. I also have a leak in my roof that is causing the ceiling to sag in... Read more »
Blames me for everything, calls me names, doesn't follow the order, the order his lawyer omitted parts that were agreed upon. My lawyer stopped calling me back, I have tried 5 times since the end of March. Been going through this for 3 years, our son is 3 1/2, I get followed by his father and who... Read more »
If he is following you around (need to have dates when you saw him) and he constantly calls cops when you don't agree to his demands, you probably need to file for an order of protection. As for omitted parts of an order, if the agreement was in court, you can get a transcript and refile the order...Read more »
When you say camp, do you mean a business that is a camp for kids? His kids inherit his estate, not his brother. But a business is likely incorporated, and the corporate papers will govern what happens to your friend's share.
return tomorrow with a 500 dollar check so the process to locate my desired SUV can begin. I realized when I got home that the "deal" I was given was no deal at all. I am a diabetic and yesterday my blood sugar levels were so low I could barely think straight. I either want to re negogiate the... Read more »
Gave my two weeks to my job Thursday they accepted it the schedule for the next week was out. Went in to work my next shift and was told I could go home and they mailed my check. My coworker said they took down the old schedule and removed me from the schedule. I called my boss no one has answered... Read more »
Immigration is far more complex that just filling out forms. Choosing an attorney based solely on price is a recipe for disaster. You need an immigration attorney to represent your brother. If you do not realize that this is something far beyond the capabilities of a non-attorney, then you are in...Read more »
I plan on bringing it to GenCon in August, but I am concerned someone may use my mechanics and concept for their game. I'm also not sure whether to patent the game, copyright, trademark or start a DBA. What would be the next step?
I got married to my wife (she's a US citizen) few months ago and I have applied for a Travel Document which will be coming sometime next month. Because of back log the green card interviews are now taking longer, our interview will be sometime late this year or early 2020.
My daughter is on drugs, had 3 CYS cases opened and closed on her, I moved to NY and she gave me guardianship over him. my son in law had a PFA on him which had no basis, it is over now. My grandson wants to live with his dad and I am in agreement. She lives with a drug dealer most times in filth... Read more »
To begin with, you should know that when your grandson turns 18 the NY courts cannot grant custody orders. In essence, an 18 year old can live with whoever they want. As the child's guardian, you can allow him to live with his father now or just wait until the child turns 18 when he can just go...Read more »
My son is schizophrenic and his girlfriend also has a mental disorder and she is also an addict. I was able to visit with my newborn grandson on Monday evening when I spent time cooking my son's girlfriend dinner in their apartment in Oneonta and my grandson Jayce was there also. Upon returning... Read more »
Grandparent visitation is available in New York if you meet certain criteria. You have to show that you had a relationship with the child or you attempted to have one but the parents didn't allow it. I suggest you consult an attorney to discuss all the facts of your case and to prepare the Family...Read more »
The fall at Northwell Health Lij resulted in a life threatening situation for my daughter and I , and I underwent 2 back surgeries. I had to leave my home and move in with my parents for financial and medical reasons. It led me to file section 32 which required me to resign, however the resignation... Read more »
Consult with personal injury lawyers. Maybe a third party lawsuit? Constructive discharge is very difficult to prove. You were either able to perform your job duties with accommodation or were not. Did you request any type of reasonable accommodation and if it was reasonable and not an undue...Read more »
My lease is month to month ending May 31st and I would simply like more time until July 1st . I do not wish to pursue any other legal action against them but simply want more time. Is this something that I should request via a lawyer?
In NYC to terminate a month-to-month tenancy a landlord is required to serve a 30 Day Notice. If the tenant does not vacate by the date specified in the Notice, the landlord's next step is to serve a Notice of Petition & Petition commencing a holdover proceeding in Housing Court. Because of the...Read more »
This is an alarming situation and more complicated than it may at first seem. If circumstances are not sufficient so that can obtain an Order of Protection from Family Court, relief may be available through Housing Court. However, the person named as tenant on the lease would have to be willing...Read more »
I am a whistleblower working in a US based pharmaceutical company. I have highlighted potential non-compliance with cGMP requirement by the company to USFDA. USFDA has taken the issue seriously, issued many observations and followed by a warning letter. As of now, USFDA is not filed... Read more »
Florida law prohibits licensed lawyers from collecting more than 40% on contingency basis. That is why most lawyers charge the maximum. However, on any other basis attorney fees are unlimited. So some lawyers also keep accurate time records so--if they win--they can calculate the fee both ways and...Read more »
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