I informed payroll, HR, and management the day I got paid That my check was short. I call everyday to ask for updates everday they tell me they are working on it and have to wait for the owner's approval to give me a check. They owe me 1300$ that supposed to be on my regular paycheck.
Hi. I would wait to hear what payroll, HR, and management say. Does missing that portion of your pay put you below the minimum wage? Is the check for any overtime you worked during the pay period? If so, you may have a claim. But I would try to resolve this internally since you are still working...Read more »
A friend of mine went missing and her family put out a $25,000 reward for information leading to her. I came forward and disclosed some information where I think she might be, and they ended up finding her where I said she was. The family has not contacted me with information on how to get the... Read more »
I bought my daughter a watch for her birthday that has a built in phone and emergency gps detector if she were to ever get lost or kidnapped. I am afraid to let her take it to her mother's where she needs it most for fear of the mother, her abusive boyfriend or thier son taking or breaking it.... Read more »
A contract like that wouldn't do much good, even if you could get her to sign it. If the watch went missing, you would not be able to prove what happened to it if you went to small claims court to sue her. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review the facts...Read more »
We had a house fire, my contractor was given $40k, pulled no permits to work on my house, barely did any work and the work he did do was incorrect and has to be redone. He will not give the money back and at this point will not return phone calls.
Since I couldn't go there my "estranged " daughter stepped up and cleared out her condo and sent me pictures of some personal items that she was to send me and I would pay for shipping. After she found out that I was left some money she told me that she wanted half of it and has... Read more »
You should hire a probate attorney to get an executor. The executor can demand the return of all of your mother’s property and the court can hold your daughter in contempt if she fails to do so. There are remedies for this but you need to act fast before everything “disappears”.
He stated he was using my deposit for rent for the following month but would not allow me that time to go in and properly get all my things and clean. He stated that since i told him the 1st, he was taking it to heart, even tough that was before he stated he was using the deposit for the next... Read more »
If he does actually sue you, and you receive a summons from the court, then you must answer it by the deadline stated in the summons. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and retain a local attorney to review all the facts to prepare the answer and represent you.
My brother had asked my husband and I if he could take over our car payment. We all came to an agreement and for almost a year the payments were made while my brother had the car. My brother asked us to take the car back in August of 2019. We had asked him if he could fix the damage on the front... Read more »
You could sue your brother in small claims court, but if you did not have a written contract, then he could deny he had any obligation to pay, and you probably would not succeed. Check your local court web site for the small claims process.
Sale stated such. 5 days later previous owner borrowed stated vehicle to go to the store but never brought it back and stated that changed there mind that they would just give the down payment back when they get paid. What do I do to get it back? Or can I? I live in Ohio.
If you still want the car, you will have to sue seller for breach of contract. That process will take several months, and OH court activity is currently suspended because of the virus lockdown. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local litigation attorney to review the situation and advise you....Read more »
I have a 19 year old daughter, Arianna, that has 15 co-morbid diagnoses. Franklin County Guardianship Service Board was appointed in 3rd Party Guardian Dec 2019. Due to Arianna's father (Drew) and I not being able to navigate Co-Guardianship. He refuses to acknowledge 14 of her diagnoses and... Read more »
You could see if the Ohio State Bar Association lists any resources, or you could try to contact them (it could be difficult at the current time with the health crisis) if they could direct you to any entities that could be helpful. Good luck
An ex-gf of mine is trying to sue my in small court for around 2,000 dollars for damage of her car. When we were together I was driving her car and backed into a pole. She said it was fine. I messaged her telling her I was sorry, I’d help her with it, and all of that, which she has messages... Read more »
Since she had and didn’t use insurance, she has failed to mitigate her damages and could should have some trouble if you argue that in court. From a practical stand point, is $1500 a fair estimate of the damage? Can you afford it reasonably easily? Because it’s probably both the right thing to...Read more »
I purchased my home in November 2019. I was told the roof was replaced in September 2019. Before purchasing the home we noticed a small leak around the chimney, which was to be repaired before the home was transferred to us. Now the roof is leaking again. I had a roofing company look at the roof... Read more »
Just wrote an article on this: https://www.npweisslaw.com/blog/clevelandrooferbondclaim. The short version is you need to find out who the bond company is and make a claim on the bond. Your municipality will have that information so long as the contractor was registered with the municipality.
My ex girlfriend and I separated in June 2019. The truck she drives is in my name (loan and insurance). She has been making the monthly payments on the loan and insurance, but I want to get everything out of my name to protect myself since we are not together. Her previous car was also in my... Read more »
The separation agreement specifies the terms of division of property, including your house. Since you have questions about the dissolution process to terminate your marriage, and questions about the agreement, you should use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to review the...Read more »
My roommate hasn't been paying his rent on time since October, but I never knew until December because neither he or the landlord told me. I was sent a possible eviction notice in December by the landlord and that's when I found out. I paid my half on time every month, but every month... Read more »
If both you and your roommate signed the lease, then you are both fully liable to pay the entire amount of rent owed - joint liability. In an eviction, the landlord can sue both of you, get a judgment, and then collect from one or both of you, whichever landlord chooses. Try to work it out with...Read more »
My now ex fiancee and I have broken up. I have moved out per her request. I have been given many of my things back, but she has taken every gift her and her family has ever given me. She also has many of the items I brought into the house when I moved in, including items that belong to my children.... Read more »
You can claim attorney fees when you sue her, but the judge is unlikely to make her pay those if you win. Unless there is a specific statute that specifies attorney fees, then each party usually pays their own attorney fees -- unless the judge uses discretion to make one party pay the other's...Read more »
My company has recently leased a new office space in a newly renovated building (including the parking lot). The parking lot has a utility pole with a guy wire that extends into a parking space. The parking spot doesn't have any warnings (e.g. the spacing being striped for no parking).... Read more »
Talk to the local building dept. whether it is a violation. If not, and if landlord or company will not pay for repairs, you could sue in small claims court. The court will determine if they have any liability for failing to post a warning sign. But if the wire was in plain sight, the court...Read more »
I worked for a home health care agency that is under investigation for forgery. Documents with my name and a fake signature was used to commit medicaid fraud when i was on a medical leave. this is only the beginning of the many things that this company did to me. would i have a case and what can... Read more »
Sure, you can sue. Is there anyone available to pay damages? One of the problems with fly by night companies is they tend to up and vanish. A court order for you to be paid is far from you actually getting paid.
Broken wire underground. Electric company informed us that it was the responsibility of the owner of the trailer park. They were told to get a certified electrician to come here and fix it. Instead, they had their maintinence people fix it and it took 17 days for them to get it approved and turned... Read more »
They had bought the car from an auction and sold it to me for $3600 with no warranty with temporary tag. Then engine showed damage a week later. I thought my only option was to sell car as is to get something back. However dealer could not get me a title for the car! I called them and because of... Read more »
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