• I was overpaid at work and they now want their money back. What do I do? They told me it was fine but now it’s not?

    Over the summer most people at my work got pay raises. I was surprised by it by the fact that it was a bigger one than I thought. I turned it into payroll and they assured me that yes that was my actual pay. Fast forward a few months and now they are saying that it’s not correct and I owe them that money back. Is... show more
    Over the summer most people at my work got pay raises. I was surprised by it by the fact that it was a bigger one than I thought. I turned it into payroll and they assured me that yes that was my actual pay. Fast forward a few months and now they are saying that it’s not correct and I owe them that money back. Is it legal?
    17 answers · 1 day ago
  • Was fired from my job can I collect unemployment.?

    According to my district manager I was stealing company time. When I did him that I was not and that the store manager had approved me adding the time when I am home and getting phone calls from work regarding work because I was training the management team even the manager. He said that was still stealing time... show more
    According to my district manager I was stealing company time. When I did him that I was not and that the store manager had approved me adding the time when I am home and getting phone calls from work regarding work because I was training the management team even the manager. He said that was still stealing time even though the store manager approved it. Can I still collect unemployment?
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • Will I get sued by Disney for having the name Bambi in my company name?

    My company s name is Bundled By Bambi. On my website I will be selling hair extensions and custom wigs. My website won t have anything to do with Disney s Bambi. But will I still get sued?
    My company s name is Bundled By Bambi. On my website I will be selling hair extensions and custom wigs. My website won t have anything to do with Disney s Bambi. But will I still get sued?
    20 answers · 14 hours ago
  • I got a speed ticket...please help?

    Best answer: The insurance premium will go up, so there is no way they will not know because they will gt a statement in the mail explaining why the rate increase and this notice will include date, time, place and the reason (Speeding) Battle it in court? Well attorneys are not cheap so just how do you plan on taking off work... show more
    Best answer: The insurance premium will go up, so there is no way they will not know because they will gt a statement in the mail explaining why the rate increase and this notice will include date, time, place and the reason (Speeding)

    Battle it in court? Well attorneys are not cheap so just how do you plan on taking off work for a day to appear in court, pay a lawyer (and you will still lose) you admit you were speeding, so what would your defense be?

    Tell your parents before they find out that you jacked up their premiums by about $45.00 a month, be responsible before you look like you tried to hide it and they loose their trust in you
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to expose a criminal on Youtube without ending up in Court again?

    Some years ago a man attacked my daughter and only recieved minor punishment from the Courts. So angrily I took revenge against him and ended up in Court myself. The conditions were,  that I not contact him or upload his image onto social media again,  but I want to warn other people about him by uploading my story... show more
    Some years ago a man attacked my daughter and only recieved minor punishment from the Courts. So angrily I took revenge against him and ended up in Court myself. The conditions were,  that I not contact him or upload his image onto social media again,  but I want to warn other people about him by uploading my story as a a video on Youtube. Of course I won't be using his real name or image in this video but I've been warned that it could still get me into trouble. Does anyone have any legal or personal advice on how to do this without getting into trouble with the Court again?
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • I'm a licensed physician a local mom and pop pharmacy filled medications twice for a patient without my consent what can I do about this???

    Best answer: report the pharmacy to the pharmacy board. in some states, you may also refuse to send Rx to that pharmacy in the future and ask patients to not do business there because they have not correctly filled Rx you wrote in the past. [this last is fraught with legal issues that your attorney may want to weigh in on... show more
    Best answer: report the pharmacy to the pharmacy board.

    in some states, you may also refuse to send Rx to that pharmacy in the future and ask patients to not do business there because they have not correctly filled Rx you wrote in the past. [this last is fraught with legal issues that your attorney may want to weigh in on ... despite that patients told you it actually happened, you do not have direct evidence (I assume) and thus you are bordering on slander because the witnesses may refuse to testify]

    the pharmacy board will, however, be quite interested. [and if it is a controlled substance such an an opiate painkiller, so will the ATF.]
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is this a scam?

    Best answer: I think you should go to the local branch of the US Bank yourself in person and bring in all of the paperwork you have from US Bank and ask about the account directly, and then, if it IS a scam, give them the name of this company "Safeway Recovery Group" and their phone number. Because you are correct,... show more
    Best answer: I think you should go to the local branch of the US Bank yourself in person and bring in all of the paperwork you have from US Bank and ask about the account directly, and then, if it IS a scam, give them the name of this company "Safeway Recovery Group" and their phone number. Because you are correct, this should have been addressed within 7 years of you closing the account. But it is always best to go in person and talk with a bank person, for if you DO owe them money, you can then arrange direct with the bank and not pay the middleman. Good luck!
    14 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Can a lawyer find out anything about you?

    I started dating a guy who’s a lawyer. I was arrested and went to court for theft around 10 years ago. It was genuinely a case of wrong place wrong time and I was found not guilty. Would he be able to find this out? Obviously being found not guilty I don’t have a criminal record and it’s never come up on checks for... show more
    I started dating a guy who’s a lawyer. I was arrested and went to court for theft around 10 years ago. It was genuinely a case of wrong place wrong time and I was found not guilty. Would he be able to find this out? Obviously being found not guilty I don’t have a criminal record and it’s never come up on checks for jobs. I live in UK.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should men have to pay higher taxes then women?

    Best answer: Not at all, taxation should above be fair and the rate reflect how much people are paid, not their gender.
    Best answer: Not at all, taxation should above be fair and the rate reflect how much people are paid, not their gender.
    15 answers · 23 hours ago
  • If an employee with OCD is fired for accidentally disposing of something very important, can he sue for discrimination?

    Given the fact that people with mental disorders cannot be terminated based on that, as long as they work hard and do not bother anyone, I was wondering what if employee’s OCD caused him to make a mistake, i.e. got neurotic about something sitting on a table.
    Given the fact that people with mental disorders cannot be terminated based on that, as long as they work hard and do not bother anyone, I was wondering what if employee’s OCD caused him to make a mistake, i.e. got neurotic about something sitting on a table.
    13 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Can power of attorney change a will of somebody else’s with dementia? Cutting a long story short?

    Best answer: Try to get a copy of the will or at least the full name of the lawyer who prepared the will for your great uncle. If your great uncle has dementia, you MIGHT want to apply for guardianship of him. You will need a lawyer for this. There are 2 kinds of guardians. One is the guardian of the person (makes health... show more
    Best answer: Try to get a copy of the will or at least the full name of the lawyer who prepared the will for your great uncle. If your great uncle has dementia, you MIGHT want to apply for guardianship of him. You will need a lawyer for this. There are 2 kinds of guardians. One is the guardian of the person (makes health decisions) and the other is guardian of the property (makes financial decisions) Often, the guardian is both. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Sadly, ppl will do horrible things bc of $. I know someone who sped up the death of an elderly relative to get the inheritance faster. Long story made short-- the family fought this person in court but in the end, the elderly relative still died prematurely. If you do need a lawyer, get a lawyer that specializes in ELDER LAW and estates. You might want to ask if they are a litigator. Some lawyers specialize in elder law and estates but they do mostly preparation of wills and trusts. If litigation (court fights) are involved they have to refer you to another lawyer who does estates litigation. Keep calm, but prepare for a long, hard fight. The biggest danger imho (and I am experienced, but NOT a lawyer) is that the uncle and friend may coerce your great uncle to name them in the will and to cut you out of the will. I cannot tell u what to do, but don't break the law and consider strongly hiring a lawyer NOW rather than later. If your dad died before you great uncle, then his share MIGHT go to the surviving benefactors (eg your uncle) and none to you unless "stirpes" is mentioned. This is no time to be pennywise and dollar foolish. You cannot depend on yahoo answers to provide legal advice. For starters, I get the impression after re-reading your comments that u r in the UK or Canada. Many of the respondents are in the USA where the law is different. On top of that, there is no quality control RE: the responses. No legal training is needed. NE one can write and answer. You need a lawyer. To protect your rights.
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • If i missed a mandatory work dinner will i be fired?

    This dinner was 1 of many meetings that me and my coworkers where meant to attend. The last meeting was a bbq where we showed up, got our picture taken, and was handed check for working thrue a hurricane. This meeting however was at a location i had never been to and i showed up late because i was lost. When i... show more
    This dinner was 1 of many meetings that me and my coworkers where meant to attend. The last meeting was a bbq where we showed up, got our picture taken, and was handed check for working thrue a hurricane. This meeting however was at a location i had never been to and i showed up late because i was lost. When i arrived speeches where being given and there was no cleare way for me to sneak into the meeting. So i left! This meeting was for a lot of people it was sort of a pot luck type dinner. i heard about this meeting by a pamplet on the bulletin board and its not a paid meeting yet the job is county corrections and they are strict on attendance. Do you think i will be fired?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • What's your opinion on the death penalty?

    12 answers · 10 hours ago
  • If I turn 18 in Washington state and travel to a place that has a legal drinking age of 18, am I allowed to drink?

    Simply because I've never really traveled to a place like that before. In Washington, legal age for alcohol consumption is 21. In some countries, maybe other states? (I'm not sure) I know that the age is 18. So if I turn 18, and I travel to one of those places, will I be able to go to a bar and drink a beer... show more
    Simply because I've never really traveled to a place like that before. In Washington, legal age for alcohol consumption is 21. In some countries, maybe other states? (I'm not sure) I know that the age is 18. So if I turn 18, and I travel to one of those places, will I be able to go to a bar and drink a beer or something, or will they be like "hey you can't drink yet where you're from" and refuse me? Notice that I mean travel, not move to one of those places.
    12 answers · 10 hours ago