Generally, yes. There is precedent for a general requirement to get vaccinated. Many healthcare providers require flu vaccines. Schools require children be vaccinated against a host of diseases. But they have to offer exemptions for those with legitimate medical or religious reasons not to be...Read more »
My boyfriend and I lived here for 9 months helped fix up the house and get new appliances. There has been altercations where he thinks I need to do their dishes cause I'm currently unemployed from Covid19. He also gave us an eviction notice he downloaded and printed off from the internet and... Read more »
A landlord-tenant relationship can be formed as you are describing your current situation: you pay $300 a month, and he lets you stay there. When that is established, the legal process of eviction is the remedy. That starts with either a 30-day or 7-day "notice to quit"; in rare...Read more »
What does your agreement with the salon owner say? It would seem improper for the salon owner to collect rent from you and not provide you with the access that you bargained to pay for, even if the failure to provide access is because of Government orders to shutdown. That is not your...Read more »
I was off work for a total of 6 days. I started showing signs of Covid-19 and sought out medical attention. I was turned away from my family doctor because I had several symptoms of Covid-19. I took an online health screening that advised me to get tested and quarantine until testing was done. I... Read more »
FMLA does not provide for paid leave, so that's out. As to unemployment, that is filed with the state, and they make that determination. Did the state give you a reason as to why they refused unemployment compensation? It sounds like you just voluntarily left the job.
Unemployment said since we did not physically work the mo eye was a donation and we still can get unemployment because it is considered special pay but boss said we cant file until june 15 even though work stopped march 13 due to covid
You should not rely on the non-legal opinions of your employer for the legal interpretation of when and if you are entitled to unemployment benefits. You may be entitled to partial benefits if you worked but your hours were reduced from full-time, or your pay was reduced. You would be entitled to...Read more »
A Hawaii attorney could answer best, as your options or remedies could involve state law. But you await a response for three weeks. These situations, as a general matter, will be determined by the terms of the agreement - definitions, contingencies, handling of deposits, etc. Without seeing the...Read more »
Only a California attorney could advise as to state rules on this, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter in any jurisdiction, it is very common to pay by credit card. It usually depends on whether the law firm accepts the form of payment, which many do these days. It is...Read more »
Would like to pay off what ever he owed. he had a savings but i don't know how to go about access it. he bought his car in FL but its with me in MD and i don't know if he owes money on it or not and how do i return the tags? if he has no money do i owe for him being the beneficiary? I... Read more »
You cannot do anything unless you are the Personal Representative of your brother's estate. You become that by petitioning to open an estate for your brother in the jurisdiction where he resided at the time of his death. In Maryland, that would be a county (or City of Baltimore) Register of...Read more »
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