If you Were Recently Changed to a W-2 Employee, Your Employer Might Owe you Unpaid Benefits and Wages
If a business has misclassified you as an independent contractor, and just switched your status to an employee on payroll, you may have been denied years of compensation and benefits. This could add up to tens of thousands of dollars, or more.
You’ve heard the expression “Now I’ve seen everything.” Every few weeks I say that to myself, and without fail, some vehicle dealer does something to surprise us. It’s almost like … Continue reading
Updated April 17, 2018 For more up-to-date and useful strategies, tactics, defenses, and claims consumers and homeowners have against contractor mechanic’s liens, check out the new Myers Law Ohio Mechanic’s … Continue reading
Day Care Centers may be Violating Ohio Law and Ripping Off Consumers During the COVID-19 Health Crisis.
Day Care Centers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 Coronavirus health crisis by threatening parents and charging money while providing nothing in return. It can be illegal. But you have rights!
Dan’s 2 Tips to Avoid Most Door-to-Door Sales Scams and Unfair Home Solicitation Sales: Stranger Danger.
Contractor scams and rip-offs happen all the time in Ohio, especially in the Cleveland and Akron areas. Recently, ABC News 5’s Bob Jones ran a story about an asphalt company allegedly … Continue reading
So, what is a consumer to do? How big of a down-payment or deposit should the consumer hand over? The answer is simple.
Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends: I am writing to you today about two things. First, our associate attorney Samantha Vajskop will be leaving Myers Law to join an education/school law … Continue reading
In 2012, Ohio changed its decades-old consumer protection law to allow businesses the right to make a cure offer, or offer to settle. The idea was a dispute quickly, after … Continue reading