A child is being covered by two insurance companies -- primary coverage by dad, secondary by mom. The insurance companies will not process claims due to lack of information, as dad isn't cooperating. This is leaving the secondary mom left holding the bill. What are my options?
I was laid off from my job at a large law firm last week, the reason being that they had no position for me to return to. I was on disability at the time, which I had to extend a couple of times due to an ongoing and difficult skin condition. I have heard that others who were also on disability were not laid off.
I am self-employed and pay quarterly taxes. My clients give me W-2 forms. I just found out I'm pregnant and would like to take some time off when I have the baby. Are there any laws that help sef-employed pregnat women who want to take maternity leave?
We hire seasonal workers to do manual labor. Are there questions that can/cannot be asked at the time of hire regarding previous health-related issues that might hamper their doing this job (i.e. back injury, hernias)?
We have a two-week training program, which is costly to us. We have had employees go through the training program and leave us after a couple of months. Is there anything we can do to protect ourselves from this?