- Can an employer just cancel your health insurance with out notice
- Can an employer violate their own policy?
- Can I be fired from my job for no reason?
- How do I begin legal action to investigate discrimination in my workplace?
- How do I begin the legal process to collect wages owed to me?
- How does adultery affect my work?
- If I quit my job does my employer have to pay vacation pay?
- Job discrimination do I have any legal recourse?
- What do I need to know about the new overtime law?
- When can my employer fire me?
- When do I need to hire a workers compensation lawyer
- Who pays for workers compensation?
- Workers compensation when can it be garnished?
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Unfortunately, because personal injury lawyers generally work on a contingency fee basis, which means they do not get paid unless you win your case, if they do not believe you have a good case they may choose not to represent you.
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