I was told 1000$ for not making us take 15 minute breaks and for not keeping a record of it ? Can I make him pay me 30min for everyday I didn't get a lunch ? If so how how many shifts can I make him pay me for ?
My workers compensation claim was accepted and medical treatment started. My employer terminated me 3 weeks after the accident and now I am denied any monetary benefits. Should I consult a workers comp and employment attorney?
You should consult a worker's compensation attorney to deal with the denial. They can still terminate you, they just cannot do it because you filed a worker's comp claim. As in, they cannot retaliate against you for filing the claim. If you were drunk driving forklifts off the loading...Read more »
Past boss and owner sexually harassed me for years of my employment. I didn't realize it had been happening for awhile until boss offered me sexual favors for money. I've known boss for majority of life. Boss would also complain to other employees about me not being in, while I was on... Read more »
If you want a lawyer you need to shop for one in the area of the problem you have and they cover. Justia is about posting short simple questions that lawyer's can answer that don't need a consultation to sort out all the details. Your problem is complex and multi faceted. So let's...Read more »
If the company displays photos or videos of non-OSHA compliant work practices on their social media, website, promotional media, etc. or the client observes employees of the company working in an unsafe manner, does the client assume some level of liability if an employee of said company gets hurt... Read more »
Unlikely to have a personal injury case against your employer, as your sole remedy usually is a worker's compensation claim. That said, get a worker's compensation attorney to maximize your recovery, and they also should be able to tell you if you might have a case against your employer...Read more »
I'm a Property Manager. I'm officially "part-time" but haven't worked less than 40+ hours per week since I started over a year ago. My employer offers insurance benefits to full-time employees only. My employer requires me to live on site and pay $850 rent/no discount.... Read more »
I reside in Oregon and the accident happened in Oregon. Employer is not being professional about the situation and neither is their workmans comp agent. The accident occured on July 20th and I have not received payment for lost wages and my medical bills are not being paid. Driving is part of my... Read more »
Potentially. Employees in Oregon have a right to their employee files (though such a file may or may not include the specific records you are looking for), and if there is a lawsuit they could be demanded in discovery.
My husband is at a Sen.Living home,I am ill,living alone,we've had nothing but a bad night-mare with his present trustee & case worker.Sen.Serv.has lowered my support alot,but it's worth $50.00 a trustee gets a mo.to my husband & I to save our marriage.
i don't have all of the facts, but it sounds like you need to contact a local bank that has a trust department. most bank trust departments will act as trustee over funds/assets for a very modest fee. many trust departments do a real good job at helping elderly and infirm with managing their...Read more »
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