Can a supervisor ask an employee what they wrote in their accident report?
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I am assuming you are referring to a workers compensation situation where the employee is claiming against the employer. The employer has a right to know what you are claiming. If you feel that your supervisor is attempting to harass or pressure you because of what you wrote in a workers compensation report, you should consult an attorney.
Is it okay if you put an answer to a question in wikianswers.com then someone puts the same thing but erases what you wrote and gets the credit?
If you want to remove every answer that you wrote and do not want your user name (or ID) to appear as the one who made the last edit to an answer to a question, ask a supervisor to get rid of your answers for you. The supervisor will only get rid of your answers if they are invalid as an answer to the question, and will not get rid of the answer if it…
Why do you get a signal that you have a New Message but when you click on it no new message actually showed up?
Can you dispute the police report if the police missed the info or wrote wrong statement about the accident?
yes, depending on what information is wrong. You can dispute basic information such as name, color of car, plate #, OL#, etc.. Another option would be to contact the officer who took the report and ask to attach a submission prepared by yourself to clarify any information with which you do not agree.