You could try to set up a free initial consult with an attorney to discuss in greater detail. The thing is that one can almost always sue. But the practical consideration is going to be what your measure of damages were, and what an attorney would charge to handle such a matter. I'm sorry for...View More
You could consult with an attorney to see what they say, but it does not appear that there were damages of any kind that resulted from the mix-up. Unless it triggered something of a medical nature or some other form of significant damage, the remedy under most circumstances would be to replace the...View More
Yes, they will more likely than not prosecute you. So far as paying back it's called restitution and it's based on your ability to pay so the Judge must hold a hearing on that issue if you don't agree to pay it back even by way of monthly payments while on probation.
Is there case law with regard to leaving a place of employment, the employers were there when they see you trip, they are there when the diesel fumes come into the office (the office is attached to a car detailing center) and after discussing what had happened, two weeks later I left, I have asthma... View More
Nj unemployment..I recently spent four days in jail. I had my wife file for me online while i was on the phone with her. The next week when i tried to file i was notified that my claim was not payable at this time and that an interview was scheduled. The reason is i may be or may have been... View More
What terms constitute administrative error? What are the time limits and statutes of limitations for contacting the benefit recipient with this overpayment or collecting? What terms can one cancel or compromise the overpayment?
Yes, an attorney can assist you with filing an appeal if you your application for benefits was denied. However, only VA accredited attorneys are allowed to handle such cases. You can contact your local county bar association and ask for a referral for attorneys that handle VA benefit claims.
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