Grant St Julian III's answer A warrant is basically an order from a court instructing law enforcement to take a person into custody. A warrant for a ticket is the same as a warrant for murder, so yes, you can be arrested for the offenses listed if warrants are issued. Call an attorney in the county where the cases are pending. Good luck.
Roy Lee Warren's answer My goodness, I cannot believe they treated you like that! Look at the employment policies to determine whether such events are addressed, if not you may well have an argument against your employer to claim "implied consent" because it acquiesced to your previous use. The fact you were on call 24/7 also should help your cause. You could be entitled to mileage for use of your car. Contact Texas Employment Commission. Good luck to you.
Daniel John Christensen's answer There is nothing legally keeping you from working your second job that can be done with restricted or limited duty. But, you should be extremely careful so that you do not aggravate your injury, which the defense will use to argue they should not have to be responsible for treatment after that point. I can't speak to your case specifically without knowing more. I would recommend you hire a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer like DC Law to get advice on your case. 512.888.9999.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer One cannot simply apply for a work authorization; there has to be an underlying basis for it. If you have that basis, then working prior should have no impact on your ability to apply for a green card. If you have no other basis to apply for a work authorization, you might as well apply for the green card, all other factors being equal. It is possible to apply for work authorization while your green card is being adjudicated.
S. Michael Graham's answer There is no reason to file a workers' comp claim if the incident was not work related. Work related injuries can occur off the premises if the incident occurred while you were in the course and scope of employment.
Roy Lee Warren's answer Many times it may depend on the employer's policies. I will provide you a link to the Texas Payday" laws with TWC which I am sure will provide the answers you seek. Good luck.
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S. Michael Graham's answer If the employer purchased a policy of workers' compensation, your son could get his medical expenses and lost time paid through the workers' comp carrier. You cannot collect pain and suffering under workers' comp because it is a policy of insurance only. Your son could make a claim against the person that ran into him provided you can prove up fault. Under the tort claim, pain and suffering are legally allowable damages provided you can prove up pain and suffering. You need to contact an...
Grant St Julian III's answer Law enforcement and certain governmental and licensing agencies will retain information about criminal cases, even if an order of non-disclosure has been entered. What will happen in your specific case is unknown. Good luck.
Benton R Patterson III's answer An attorney would need to know more about the program to advise on what type of business structure to use. There are many factors to consider when forming a business. It would be best to have a lawyer review a contract with a school district.
Grant St Julian III's answer It will be up to the individual potential employer as to how a criminal record will affect a candidate. You will not be able to to work at any job that requires you to possess a firearm
S. Michael Graham's answer Mental trauma injury is not covered by workers' compensation unless it involved a one time event resulting in the trauma. If you have issues with your supervisor who is discriminating against you because you have an injury, you will need to consult with a labor and employment law attorney. Good Luck.
S. Michael Graham's answer These are potential violations of the law which need to be addressed by the appropriate agencies like the state medical board, health department, OSHA, or district attorney's office. These violations do not fall under workers' comp which deals primarily with injured workers.
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