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FriendWilliam : There were false allegations made to DCFS. My children were placed with another family member.There were numerous mistakes made by DCFS, as well as the court system. I just need to know what paper work do I need to file or what steps need to be taken to have my entire case reopened and looked at again. I live in Springfield,IL(Sangamon County)

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Guanoattipt : Get a good family law lawyer, and make sure it's done right.
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Bythindseitty : I was told that since I quit a job with a temporary agency that I will have to repay about $10,000. This was back in May 2012. This job wasn't going to last long anyway. The agency has to travel to the city and it is 15 miles from them. I have a hearing in early October. It looks like they have no attorney to represent them but I do. Since I only worked a day for this agency can their unemployment costs go up from me and does it sound like they will show up?
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Effitswes : uh...if you quit a job, you killed your unemployment. No matter what justifications you want to try and apply.

They have made their case; it'll be up to you to disprove it.
The employer isn't prosecuting you; the state is. And they have lawyers.

I hope the lawyer you hired is a good one.
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nanadokilalo : Quitting or refusing a job WILL disqualify you unemployment compensation. It doesn't matter if you only worked for one day, you disqualified yourself by quitting.
Yes, the temp agency's unemployment taxes WILL go up because of your actions. Your compensation is charged to your last employer, the temp agency.
Will they show up, you bet. Do they have an attorney, you bet. But then again, I can't talk for the temp agency.

Good luck
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nishop2012 : I can only assume that your former employer is the reason you are in this situation to begin with. Who else would have told the unemployment office that you quit the job, thus setting off this chain of events? It is definitely in their best interests to circumvent responsibility for your claim because companies that maintain high retention rates (at least on paper) enjoy lower unemployment tax.

Several years ago I was fired from a job for bogus reasons (they wanted to eliminate my position). I filed for unemployment, was denied after my former employer filed their answer, and I appealed it. They stuck with it every step of the way. The head of HR, my former boss and their lawyer all traveled to the hearing, armed with a personnel file that included a bogus written warning my boss stuffed into it after they fired me, and they won. It was my word against theirs and I had no way to prove what they'd done. I am sure it was well worth their time and cost because for a company with 1,000 employees, there could have been tens-of-thousands of dollars at stake in higher unemployment taxes if I had won my appeal.

Best of luck. Hope it ends in your favor!
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Williamismku : When you quit a job, you don't get unemployment.

What is the reason you say for this $10,000?

They will show up for the hearing, because if they don't, they lose, and it costs them money. 15 miles is NOTHING to travel.
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inciongqgn : Unemployment hearings are usually conducted over the phone.
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nztjqvbovxna : I know someone that had a disagreement with a family member, and was forced by the police to go to the emergency room for observation. There, he passed their psych evaluation with flying colors, but because a relative told the hospital "they'd sue the hospital if they didn't commit him", he was forced by a sheriff to be taken to a secure mental health facility. Basically, he was falsely imprisoned because he got into a typical argument with his father. And, oh, yeah, since he has a mental health label, his father pressured the hospital to imprison him because he couldn't deal with the arguments, which have been standard within this family since he was a 7 year old child. Is this really the USA? Also, what lawyers in Illinois would take on such a case?
What are you talking about? The hospital referred him to a psych ward because a label attached to his medical file. He wasn't symptomatic at the time of his visit to the er. However, his father pressured the er doctors to commit him. In other words, he was healthy, but was falsely imprisonsed in a mental health facility. He wanted to walk out of the er room, but security wouldn't let him.
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IniliRonSoync : Contact an attorney. Your post is an obvious hoax, and it has been reported.
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