You May be Underpaid for On Call Time Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), on-call employees in Montana may be entitled to the payment of wages for all the time that an employee is on call. The United State Supreme Court has held that time spent waiting “on call” is compensable if the waiting.
Under Montana law, an employer is not required to give you severance pay, with the exception of earned wages (which includes commissions). But that’s not really the topic of this post. This post refers to the situation in which your employer offers you a severance package worth, say, 6 months or 1 year of wages. .
It starts with a large medical malpractice jury verdict A recent $2.85 million medical malpractice verdict as reported in MyrtleBeachOnline.com is the kind of verdict which fuels cries of tort reform from some in the medical professoin. A South Carolina jury recently returned the $2.85 million dollar verdict in a medical malpractice lawsuit against an.
Prescription Errors Second Leading Cause According to a recent study, the leading cause of medical malpractice lawsuits involving primary care physicians is the failure to diagnose a disease. The study found that between 26 and 63 percent of claims were related to missed diagnoses, primarily cancer and heart attacks in adults and meningitis in children..
What Montana Employees Must Prove to Win a Disability Discrimination Case It is illegal for an employer to discriminate against an employee because of physical or mental disability unless the job has unique requirements that a disabled person cannot perform. Discrimination based on a disability includes the failure to make reasonable accommodations that are required.