My understanding is that the incidence of an open case with Workman's Comp. does not specifically preclude the employer from terminating an employee; but, that the employee IS specifically protected from practices on the part of the employer which can be constituted as harrassment over the issue, with the employee's termination possibly being construed as such harrassment should a case be pending. Employers, therefore, are specifically prohibited from terminating an employee just because that employee is pursuing action through Workman's Comp; but, anything not related to the case is still justifiable as a cause for dismissal. If you got injured on the job, and a case is pending, the employer cannot harrass you because you are exercising your rights toward compensation; but, if you fail to follow other policies established by the employer, or steal from the employer, or are insubordinate, or give the employer any other grounds upon which they may establish a justifiable and defensible basis for termination not related to the case, you're gone...
my lawyer said to me the workmens comp ins comp. said to give them a number for my pay out. how do i do this? i live in cali
If you were fired for criminal misconduct it is likely that you will not get unemployment.
As in "My boss fired me"? In this case fired is a past tense verb
Contact the adjuster handling your case, they will surely know.
Yolanda Saldivar. still in jail in texas. Her case will be re-opened in 2015, She will probaly not live that long.
You can try. Only a lawyer who had heard your case could tell you if you had a case but you have the right to retain a lawyer if you feel that the employer has acted incorrectly.
It is possible that a person could be fired even if they have a doctors note. However, it may be a case by case basis for most employers.
No. You are not supposed to receive unemployment if you were fired "for cause," meaning you did something wrong. If you apply for unemployment, the employer has an opportunity to dispute your eligibility, in which case your application will be rejected. There is a chance the employer will not take that opportunity.
A mellophone case is similar to the case of any other brass instrument or even woodwind instrument that has a hard case. Usually on these cases there are two or three latches on the front of the case that can be swung open. These must be opened before the actual case can be opened.
Yes, if you were fired through no fault of your own. A state investigator will determine if there was justification in your being fired, and if so, in that case you would not be eligible.
Mostly leaking information about a case
Most states will not pay unemployment for being fired, unless you were fired for what they feel was a wrong reason. In your case, it would seem - if you can prove that's why they fired you - that you'd have a good claim.
You should probably file for unemployment. Let them know you also have a pending comp case.*************************************************************If you are fired and you have a work comp case pending regarding a carpal tunnel syndrome case.....yes, you could get another job.The question would be do have work restrictions?Lets say you apply for a brick layers job,and the job description is lifting,gripping,pinching with hands...then no they would probably not hire you.But if you applied to be an accountant..and there were few hand stressors,and you were qualified,of course,then you might be hired...So it really depends on what you can do,and if you have any work limitations.Learn more athttp://www.carpal-tunnel-symptoms.com
Yes of course you can. You owe restitution in any case, whether you are still employed there or not; the fact that you committed theft is grounds for firing--and you ought to be.
the bullet case
yes. if you were fired.
I'm bot 100% sure but you probably can, people sue for everything but this would probably be an accepted court case.
How can I find a dr. in Florida to handle my Ohio work comp injury
The case may split when the round is fired.
Arkansas is a "Right to work" state which means you can be fired for and reason of no reason at all "Terminate at will".
"Re-opened?" Was it appealed and reversed? If so, then the retrial finding of Not Guilty is the verdict that stands and you were NOT convicted.
Only with a court order.
About $745-$800, depending on alloy or steel framed. Very nice pistols, by the way.