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  • Can your employer force you to get checked out for an on the job accident?

    I was just in a very minor fender bender while driving (on icy/snowy roads) the work van this morning and my employer informed me I had no choice but to drive (myself, in my own vehicle, in the same weather) to a specific clinic immediately to get checked out. I wasn't given a choice, thought I would have been very willing to sign a waiver releasing all liability from them.

    Can they do this?

    8 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago
  • Hose attached to PCV elbow?

    The PCV elbow and hose on my 95 Escort Wagon LX needs to be replaced. I have been looking to buy these parts online because its cheaper than buying them from the dealership and easier than going to a junk yark. I had no problem finding the elbow, but I'm not sure what the hose attached to the elbow is called in order for me to look for it, so I just wanted to know if anyone knew what I should look under?

    2 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
  • Does anyone know anything about legal rights of confidentiality when it comes to student loan accounts?

    Recently my student loan company contacted my house and my roommate answered the phone. The agent discussed personal and explicit details of my account with my roommate (who has no relation to me, nor access to personal information such as my SSN) while leaving a message for me. I could be wrong, but I don't think they can do that, can they? I am a resident of Iowa now, and that is where my school was located, so I'm not sure of the state laws or federal laws. I looked into the better buisness bureau, but they only cover sales transactions, so if anyone can let me know if I have a right to do something about this and who I could contact that would be great.

    3 AnswersCredit1 decade ago
  • Does anyone know about legal rights of confidentiality for student loan accounts?

    Recently my student loan company contacted my house and my roommate answered the phone. The agent discussed personal and explicit details of my account with my roommate (who has no relation to me, nor access to personal information such as my SSN) while leaving a message for me. I could be wrong, but I don't think they can do that, can they? I am a resident of Iowa now, and that is where my school was located, so I'm not sure of the state laws or federal laws. I looked into the better buisness bureau, but they only cover sales transactions, so if anyone can let me know if I have a right to do something about this and who I could contact that would be great.

    1 AnswerLaw & Ethics1 decade ago