Jump to content

PayrollHRGuy

Members
  • Content Count

    620
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    16

Reputation Activity

  1. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from purpleheart in “ step down “ provision regarding child support   
    I've always though Georgia was stupid for the 14 year old rule where the kid gets to choose. One of the most bonehead laws ever. That said a judge can overrule it in the best interest of the child.
  2. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from purpleheart in “ step down “ provision regarding child support   
    On the flip side of that issue the judge may ask why you didn't take action when it was obvious that homeschooling wasn't working.
  3. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from purpleheart in “ step down “ provision regarding child support   
    If she does head back to court go loaded for bear about the failing of 2 years of homeschooling under the mother.
     
    That sounds frighteningly like somebody trying to extend high school. 
  4. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from purpleheart in “ step down “ provision regarding child support   
    So he was failed twice by his parent.  That will look good in court if it comes to that.
  5. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from juliano fernandes in Insurance liability   
    Sure there is...
     
     
    I can only assume that the OP wrote these two sentences in paragraph order.
  6. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from hr for me in Unsafe working environment   
    HR professionals are usually the first line at the employer dealing with every issue you mention.  And please respect what CBG has written, she knows her stuff.
     
    Your injury has nothing to do with the the chemicals. You wrote nothing that would make any reasonable person think that your were being discriminated against BECAUSE you were over 40. And your on the job injury is likely not a disability that the EEOC would have jurisdiction over.
     
    There is a key on your keyboard that says "return" and/or "enter".  Use it between some sentences to make paragraphs.
     
     
  7. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from susanwilliams in Board Director   
    This is why I would never own property subject to an HOA.  And to be involved with two is insane.
     
     
    He can sue.  Win or lose that is trouble.
     
     
  8. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from hr for me in Lack of cold water in apartment   
    I've never seen laws requiring "cold water", plenty requiring hot water.
     
    Have you checked with other places in the neighborhood to see what their water temp is?
  9. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to VeraCaUSA in Traffic stop   
    Let's start with solicitation of prostitution for one,  (Ohio Rev. Code § 2907.21).  While the communication to compel might not have to be verbal, it still would not give a person a right to walk up to someone and bring up that conversation subject.     
    So yes, a person, even a police officer does not have a right to simply walk up to someone and start any conversation they want therefore in conclusion, the subject matter of the conversation does matter.  
  10. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from hr for me in FedEx Express break policy   
    Yes, they can mandate the break. The law in NY that requires breaks are minimums, not maximums. They would be within their right to require any break longer than the required breaks and more of them.
  11. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from pg1067 in Can Creditors take all inheritance if there are outstanding judgements   
    This thread is over 6 years old.  If you have a question please start your own thread.
  12. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to juliano fernandes in Who is liable   
    Its an Act of God many insurance claims will tell you. Your company did not create the wind.
     
    Juliano Fernandes
     
     
  13. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to juliano fernandes in Hot tub purchase, leaks!   
    Honestly Buyer beware on this one. Unless you have it in written he states no issues you are going to be hung out to dry
  14. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to LegalwriterOne in Threatened with home seizure in criminal case GA   
    That surprised me since civil forfeiture has been in existence in GA with regard to drugs for years.  The legislature amended the code effective in 2015 to add a statute under the civil code (Title 9, Chapter 16).  It got a lot of online coverage at the time.  It may be in civil code but the forfeiture is tied directly to your criminal case....
  15. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from hr for me in Terminated after Customer Threw items at me and I asked him to not be a jerk...   
    You are in retail so I highly doubt you were working with a contract. Hence you were working under the doctrine of "Employment at will".
     
    You can be terminated for any reason or no reason at all.  Telling a customer they are a jerk, no matter how true the statement, is a reason to terminate you. 
     
    I personally would terminate you because you don't seem to know what a paragraph is.
  16. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from susanwilliams in HOA Possessive Secretary   
    How much money does the HOA handle on a regular basis? Has a full account been done recently?  I ask because there could be other reasons she is trying to hide things.
     
     
  17. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to Californian in Are Apartment Managers Duty Bound as Agents for their Landlord principals-- before Section 8 inspections to not let personal issues with potential tenants deny such tenants?   
    You used to be an attorney in Virginia? Wow...Maybe brush up on your reading skills and read some books on positive thinking. I never mentioned I would "include violence and / or legal redress," but that is something Any rental agent would consider the consequences of scamming a potential disabled tenant and think twice--that's just objective.
  18. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to Californian in Are Apartment Managers Duty Bound as Agents for their Landlord principals-- before Section 8 inspections to not let personal issues with potential tenants deny such tenants?   
    Your 2 cents was not looked at. Go back to your swamp in virginia or florida. and go to hell. you cliche grumpy old man! lol
  19. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to Californian in Are Apartment Managers Duty Bound as Agents for their Landlord principals-- before Section 8 inspections to not let personal issues with potential tenants deny such tenants?   
    I write better than someone who has the username payrollguy and works with numbers. is this how you introduce yourself to people? I never did anything to you. on the other hand the virginia "lawyer" initiated negative contact with me, insulting me by insuinating that i would threaten some violence on the property manager. it is obvious go ahead and read slowly don't type on a calculator while you read, he is asking for more documentation because obviously the property became available. I pride myself on writing well, I'm a published novelist. You on the other hand are an obvious asshat!
  20. Downvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to Faraha in The Narcissist and the Flying Monkey   
    Better Negotiations In Employment Structured Settlements
     
    The topic of the day is employment structured settlements. If you are an employment lawyer, whether you're a plaintiff, a defense lawyer or you're someone who is mired in litigation over wrongful termination, sexual harassment, failure to promote anything to do with an employment case. Then you really need to know about employment structured settlements. Because, to my amazement, there are not more structured settlements done in employment cases. I think a lot of it has to do really more with education then there are just tons of them, presented and then rejected. 1. When You Have An Employment Case
    All of the damages are taxable. Admittedly some people try to shoehorn in a physical injury case, but let's assume everything is taxable. Because that's really the majority of cases, when you settle your case and you'll see you get a million dollars you get to pay your attorney and you've got to pay taxes. What you may end up with is really a very small percentage of what you thought you were going to get. It really doesn't increase the level of it doesn't provide a large level of satisfaction. By structuring your employment structured settlement, you can spread the taxes out over a period of time and provide yourself with a safe and secure income, for a period of time.
  21. Downvote
  22. Downvote
  23. Downvote
  24. Like
    PayrollHRGuy got a reaction from pg1067 in Diving Accident   
    Then I believe you are done with any chance for a lawsuit.
     
    Title VIII
    LIMITATIONS Chapter 95 
    LIMITATIONS OF ACTIONS; ADVERSE POSSESSION View Entire Chapter 95.11 Limitations other than for the recovery of real property.—Actions other than for recovery of real property shall be commenced as follows: (1) WITHIN TWENTY YEARS.—An action on a judgment or decree of a court of record in this state. (2) WITHIN FIVE YEARS.— (a) An action on a judgment or decree of any court, not of record, of this state or any court of the United States, any other state or territory in the United States, or a foreign country. (b) A legal or equitable action on a contract, obligation, or liability founded on a written instrument, except for an action to enforce a claim against a payment bond, which shall be governed by the applicable provisions of paragraph (5)(e), s. 255.05(10), s. 337.18(1), or s.713.23(1)(e), and except for an action for a deficiency judgment governed by paragraph (5)(h). (c) An action to foreclose a mortgage. (d) An action alleging a willful violation of s. 448.110. (e) Notwithstanding paragraph (b), an action for breach of a property insurance contract, with the period running from the date of loss. (3) WITHIN FOUR YEARS.— (a) An action founded on negligence.
  25. Upvote
    PayrollHRGuy reacted to pg1067 in Are police automatically called on near-drownings?   
    What does "automatically called" mean?  Are you asking if there's some sort of nationwide surveillance system that "automatically" summons the police anytime someone "nearly drowns"?  Whether a "near drowning" will result in anyone being called obviously depends on the facts and circumstances of the incident and whether anyone involved is inclined to call someone (police or otherwise).
×
×
  • Create New...