It is not likely that criminal charges would be brought if you agree to repay the money. Nonetheless, because criminal charges are possible it would be wise to consult with a criminal defense attorney before approaching the EDD. Good luck to you.
No, you cannot get SDI and Unemployment Insurance benefits at the same time. SDI is available if you have a disability that prevents you from working. UI benefits require that you are ready, willing and able to perform full time work and are actively seeking such work.
In Dec., 2018 i filed a request for hearing on food stamp benefits that were issued to me from 2007-2013 on a EBT card that i never had. Their paperwork confirms my first EBT card was issued in 2014. Their Case Comment Summary from my workers also confirms that no NOA was ever mailed to me through... Read more »
You should contact the San Mateo County Bar Association and request a referral to a lawyer who can help you with this issue. Make sure you keep all the evidence you have and take it to a lawyer to see if s/he can be of any assistance to you. I advise you to prepare a chronological story of what...Read more »
An arbitration award does not, by itself, mean you get paid if the employer does not voluntarily pay it. You have to take that award and enter it as a judgment in the Superior Court, and then start efforts to collect that judgment. This takes time and money. It would be wise for you to locate an...Read more »
It is highly unlikely that you were "punched" by a doctor in the course of medical treatment, unless you were being uncooperative and a danger to yourself or others. If that actually happened, contact the Medical Board. http://www.mbc.ca.gov/Consumers/Complaints/
I need to know my right as a victims of crime and understand how to get my medication and I feel the doctors using me as a person who deals with many issues and then we go round and round and find that the doctor is just a crazy doctor who using people for his own profit from the patients. I have... Read more »
My uncle is using his checks for personal use. I want to take him under my care but I am unable because they will not release information regarding his heath insurance or disability. I am his next of Kin, what steps can I take action in he is currently 6 hours away.
If you feel that your father is being financially abused by his brother the first step would be to file a report with adult protective services in your area. You may also want to file a petition for appointment of yourself as conservator of the person and estate of your father. Consult with an...Read more »
Over the years I have also received aid from the county. I went to court years ago over this and I don't owe the money. The father never asked for or wanted $ thru the county. I have also gotten married and had a son who is now 18. My husband is now disabled and we are broke and homeless. My mother... Read more »
You need to file a claim with the California franchise tax board to receive your money back. Gather your evidence together to show that you were not receiving public aid at the time and that any income you had was your own, and that is what you were using to support yourself. If you were married...Read more »
Hello! My name is Jennifer and I am a rising senior in high school. Nearing my end of high school, I realized that I wanted to make an impact in my community before I left for college and the way that I thought of was through creating a scholarship for underprivileged elementary and middle school... Read more »
Why not just donate the money? Are you planning on making this scholarship a yearly one? Have you considered forming a non-profit business entity for this purpose, or perhaps working through the "giving" school to donate the money to them and have them earmark it with your purpose in mind? More...Read more »
Don't be anxious. Just keep in mind you save the envelope in which the check comes. Open any envelope from the comp insurance carrier with great care, preserving the post mark showing the date it was mailed. You might have to produce that post-marked envelope for a judge in the coming weeks,...Read more »
Yes potentially, as that sounds like exigent circumstances, which is an exception to the requirement for a warrant. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my...Read more »
This happened in Long Beach few months ago. My husband has absolutely zero criminal record he's a good guy thats clean and works. But now The DA / guard pressed charges and my husband is now serving a full year in jail. They even have him on a level 8 as if he's extremely dangerous.He's being... Read more »
Assault and battery is a crime with a fine and/or jail as a punishment. You can sue the security guard for assault and battery as well, if you do so in a timely manner before the statute of limitations runs out. You might also have a negligent hiring/training/supervision suit against the guard's...Read more »
the Guadalupe dunes beach has been closed all of 2017. It is closed for unsafe conditions. this condition in my opinion is caused by lack of maintenance of the access and neglect by county roads, county parks, and county flood control. in two and a half months nothing has been done to expedite the... Read more »
The best advice I can give you is to do a Google search for lawyers with experience regarding public access to California's beaches. I am sure you will find several right in your local area. You can also contact your local county bar association client referral program (e.g. Santa Barbara...Read more »
Cannot really understand your question. If you are asking what does Social Security Indemnity offer for someone that receives a WC lump sum settlement the answer is nothing. If you want to know how to not lose SSI benefits when receiving a lump sum the answer is the hartman formula which based on...Read more »
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