The science clearly shows many health concerns rebreathing expired air and I feel strongly about staying healthy. I've been employed for almost 9 years and love my job with New Seasons but this new policy crosses the line. How can we reach a compromise? Thank you.
I met with a lawyer after being referred though the Oregon Bar Association referral line and after we were done talking I asked that what I shared be kept confidential. He told me that he was under no obligation whatsoever to keep my information confidential. He said that a consultation even if I... Read more »
I can't speak reliably for the actual Oregon Bar Association referral line (that communication is probably not a confidential communication subject to the attorney/client privilege), but the communication with an attorney is subject to the confidential communication privilege.
I worked for my company and then left, on good terms, for a new job. my company offered me a raise to come back so I did. part of the arrangement was that I wouldn't loose and of my health or vision insurance as I was only gone for 3 days. I called my insurance last week for questions about a... Read more »
This would be an unlawful deduction, and you would be entitled to the refund and then some. Of course, if they are saying they still had to pay the insurance company, and let's say they did, then your employer is likely off the hook, but the health insurer has some explaining to do if they...Read more »
They have only ever contacted me, even when I told them that those were her bills and not mine. I'm obviously going to pay them, but can they really call me every day while I'm at work and sue me for my wife's bills?
Spouses are generally legally liable for necessary medical bills even if they did not sign the agreement at the doctor's office. So yes, it is likely that they can come after you for payment. Calling you at work everyday is a different matter. Depending upon the exact details, that may or...Read more »
I have a severely mentally handicapped, as well as, severely mentally ill brother who is deaf and a current inmate of ODOC. Last year, a habeas corpus lawsuit was filed against DOC for cruel & unusual punishment. As of right now, a court hearing/trial date for this lawsuit is awaiting a set... Read more »
You can't get step by step details how to do this posting on the internet. You need to hire a lawyer to help you with this. Hopefully you have money to do this but you could also contact legal aid if you need to. It sounds like he has an attorney helping him with the Habeus Corpus suit, at...Read more »
I will receive a settlement for the physical damages done to my body thus far. Anything further that occurs to my body physically in the future is too bad. I have chosen to not have a revision surgery at this time. The pain I feel is tolerable. However, I know that I face more issues,... Read more »
I have been caregiving for my grandmother for 2 years this July and have thus kept her out of a nursing home. Even when we reach the two year mark she can't transfer the house to me just because of the technicality that I am a granddaughter and not a son or daughter. Her only living child has... Read more »
Who told you this? PROVIDED your grandmother is of sound mind and she WANTS to leave the house to you, she can. If she wants to give the house to charity she can do that too. If she wants to give the house to the local fire department so they can burn it down as a training exercise she could do...Read more »
If health care providers file suit and obtain a judgment against your sister, the judgment becomes a lien on any real property owned by your sister in the county where the judgment was entered. Generally, claims of creditors will attach only to the debtor's interest in the property, not to...Read more »
Not my area of specialty but I believe there is legal grounds for a temporary hold (24 hours or 72 hours or something like that) if the police suspect that the person could harm themselves or others. So yeah, it's legal. As for contacting or not contacting your parents, I am not sure what...Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your sister's situation. It sounds like you or someone else in the family should consult with an attorney who handles guardianships. That attorney may recommend petitioning a court to appoint you or another qualified individual as your sister's guardian....Read more »
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