When you make a claim in regards to an accent or injury, there are a few different kinds of awards you can receive. The amounts vary based on a few different factors in your accident, including the amount of your medical bills, the severity of your injury, and the portion of the blame that lies
This morning, a school bus and a garbage truck had a fatal crash shortly after 8 am on route 211 in the Hudson Valley town of Wallkill. The school bus had just left the Harmony Christian school after dropping off all the children on board for the day. The bus driver, Raymond Lucca was declared dead at the scene by police. Caesar Leon-Sanchez, the truck driver, was flown to Westchester Medical Center for serious injuries, but undisclosed injuries.
H-4 dependent spouses are now eligible to work in the United States. Previously, such family members of H1-B visa holders faced an eight- to eleven-year wait for eligibility to work legally. Nearly 180,000 spouses will benefit from this law during its first year.
A recent court battle has drawn lines in the sand over social media accounts and who owns them, especially in cases where the account is a professional one, such as a Facebook Business Page, a LinkedIn account, or other promotional tool.
The Family Medical Leave Act stipulates that employees with a year or more of full-time service with a company of 50 employees or more is eligible for 12 weeks in a 12-month period of unpaid leave in order to take care of their own or a family member's medical issue.
It's a struggle making minimum wage in America, and federal and state paycheck deductions can make your already small paycheck even smaller. Some deductions are illegal for employers to take if the deduction reduces your wage to below the federal minimum.
Most job offers begin with the discussion of pay, either hourly or salaried. Have you ever had an employer tell you that because you are paid a salary-that is, a set amount each week or month, even if your actual hours vary-that they don't have to pay you overtime? That may not be true if
Misdiagnosis is the most common error that physicians make. In 2013, reporting by Kaiser Health News revealed that as many as 10 to 20 percent of cases are misdiagnosed, and that in one report, 28 percent of diagnostic mistakes lead to death or permanent injury.
It's natural to be mad and feel wronged when you've been fired. But how can you tell if the firing was legal? Your manager may have shown your documentation of the process, or maybe not. They know the law, you don't.