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Discussion in 'Employment Contracts & Work Policies' started by AmberLynn91, Jul 11, 2016.

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  1. adjusterjack

    adjusterjack Super Moderator

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    OK. $90 per month for 14 months = $1250. Add a hundred or two for interest and earnings, round it up and $1500 is still within the limits of small claims court.

    That the employer contributed $90 one time may be enough evidence for a judge to rule that the employer should have contributed $90 every month unless the employer can show evidence of good reason not to have done so.

    No guarantees there. I'm just speculating.

    Filing fee appears to be $53. You might have to pay a process server another $50 to $75.

    If you do sue in small claims court I suggest you name the company and the President or owner as an individual.

    Example: XYZ Inc and John Doe, an individual.

    That way if you end up getting a judgment you can go after the individual's money if you can't reach the company's money.
     
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  2. AmberLynn91

    AmberLynn91 New Member

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    Thats where you are wrong Elle. I worked for a year and a half with the injury. I went back to work a month after my injury and have been waiting on surgery, you have made alot of assumptions and that lets me know you did not read what I wrote. Its ok because you never answered my questions anyway so your advice is not needed. Thank you
     
  3. ElleMD

    ElleMD Well-Known Member

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    Even a year and a half doesn't grant you the type of longevity and tenure most employers would want to see before writing off a one time act.
     
  4. AmberLynn91

    AmberLynn91 New Member

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    They doont keep employees longer than a year most of the time.. they are a corrupt business which I have uncovered over time while working for them. They did not like that I knew too much about things they were doing. I have proof of most of the incidents as well as other employees who have had similar circumstances.
     
  5. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    Okay, looks like your issues are going to be resolved.
    Good for you.
    This thread is closed as it has served it's purpose.
     

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