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During the last few years there has been a substantial rise in retaliation claims filed by employees as well as the expansion in the courts as to what constitutes a retaliatory claim. * According to the EEOC, since 2008 more than a third of the Charges filed with the Agency have been claims of retaliation by employees, and in 2010 more retaliation claims were filed than race discrimination claims for the first time. Retaliation claims often accompany claims of discrimination, and often present a more substantial challenge for the employer to defend than the underlying discrimination claim. * What are the basics of a retaliation claim? Essentially, an employer may not fire, demote, harass or otherwise "retaliate" against an employee for filing a charge of discrimination, participating in ...
This video explains the process of your workers compensation claim. This may help you to understand all the things to look for when filing your claim with the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission (VWCC) For more information or to receive our free book, visit: www.injuredworkerslawfirm.com OR call: (804) 755-7755
Arrested - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13jS5Zm-QiM RICHMOND, VA - A woman begging for change on a roadside in Richmond, Virginia was caught on-camera walking back to her Fiat model car in a McDonald’s parking lot. According to Maryland MVA records, the car is a 2016 Fiat 500X Easy. It also appears that she's the original owner and it was bought new. Her cardboard sign claims that she’s homeless. However, she later claims in the video that she has a disability. “What’s your disability?” the man filming her asks. The woman refuses to respond and seeks help from McDonald’s employees who refuse to assist her. The woman continues to grow more irate, telling the man filming her that his actions are going to get him killed. “For what?” the man filming asks. “For harassing me,” the wo...
United States investigators are trying to confirm the identity of an apparent American citizen who defected from ISIS in Iraq. The man is being held by Kurdish forces. He was carrying a Virginia driver's license when he was taken into custody. He surrendered Monday at a checkpoint near the Iraqi town of Sinjar. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Erbil, Iraq.
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In this new book, Virginia Workers Compensation Attorney Joseph A. Miller reveals ten of the traps and lies that can ruin your case or settlement. If you or a loved one were hurt on the job in Virginia and are thinking about settling a workers compensation case, then you must download and read this free book right away! Don’t make these mistakes and end up with anything less than Strong Justice for your work injury! Get the book for FREE: http://www.joemillerinjurylaw.com/10-traps-lies-that-will-ruin-your-va-workers-comp-case/
How Long After An Accident Can I File a Claim in Virginia? – VA Attorney Tom Fitzgerald explains http://www.kalfusnachman.com 1-888-487-8546 Listen as Tom Fitzgerald explains how long you have to file a personal injury lawsuit in Virginia following an accident. This is a very important and frequently asked question. You have two years following an accident in Virginia to file a personal injury lawsuit. There are a few exclusions to this timeline. If you are a child, you have two years after turning eighteen, and the time can be extended if you have a disability. But remember, cases never get better in time. Contact us immediately to ensure your rights in the case are not lost. Watch the video to learn more. If you have additional questions regarding the timeframe or how to p...
The step by step guide on filling out your Claims for Benefits form. This will help you to assure that you fill out all the right and necessary areas to get your full maximum benefits. For more information or to receive our free book, Visit: www.injuredworkerslawfirm.com OR Call: (804) 755-7755
Join Gary, James, Graham and myself as we do a little gold prospecting on claim 1. Gary and I find some nice pickers and I also find a cool quartz crystal! A good time had by all! CVGP is an awesome organization! A big thanks goes out to the board and all the others that help make this group successful!
http://www.ghmdisability.com/ We help Social Security disability claimants at all stages of their claims. Call Geraty, Holub & MacQueen, PLC at 1.855.282.7243 If you are thinking about applying, have had your application denied, have had your Request for Reconsideration denied, or are awaiting a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge, please call us today and speak directly with one of our attorneys to review your case free of charge.
Injured Workers Law Firm - Richmond, Virginia 804.755.7755 http://www.injuredworkerslawfirm.com There are so many deadlines and exceptions in a workers comp claim that it is really hard to explain all of them in a general way for this video. The two most important deadlines are that you must notify your employer within 30 days of your injury and that you need to file your claim for benefits with the workers compensation commission within 2 years of the date of the accident. Many times an employer will say, "You have to tell me within 24 hours that you've been injured on the job," but the law says that you have to notify the employer within 30 days that you were injured on the job. This is to give the employer an opportunity to investigate the claim, to look at the machine where you wer...
If the VA has previously denied your claim, and you are out of time to appeal, can you reopen the claim? The answer is yes. This Quick Tip Video gives you quick information about how to Reopen a Previously denied claim. If you have an idea for a "Quick Tip Video" about Veterans Benefits, or dealing with the VA in a compensation or benefits claim, send an email to email@example.com This video is not legal advice - it is meant to be educational and informational only. There is no substitute for legal advice from an accredited Veterans Benefits Attorney. If you have specific questions about the facts and/or law in your VA claim or appeal - stop watching this video and reach out to an accredited Veterans Benefits attorney.