The Toledo Christmas Weed. Local motorcycle group delivers a Christmas surprise to family of attacked teen. Deer-vehicle accidents increase this November. Father of three year old slain in I shooting speaks out. Tue, 17 Dec TPD officer identified from deadly shooting in Safety Building. The lawsuit also claims that while some employees were informed of the news through conference calls, other received termination letters postmarked Dec.
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Two of the three plaintiffs who have their individual names listed in the suit, however, specifically worked at Medcorp’s Toledo facility. Deer-vehicle accidents increase this November. Local motorcycle group delivers a Christmas surprise to family of attacked teen.
TPD officer identified from deadly shooting in Safety Building. Three plaintiffs have filed a lawsuit against Medcorp, meccorp well as its parent company and other businesses formally associated with the private ambulance service, following the Toledo company’s sudden closure in early December.
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The gift that keeps growing: According to court documents, the trio filed on behalf of themselves and more than former employees represented by the same legal team.
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The employees, represented in the lawsuit, add that they kedcorp not “been paid their final checks” and claim they could lose their health insurance at any moment. Tue, 17 Dec Trio files suit against Medcorp after company abruptly closes.
The lawsuit alleges that the plaintiffs worked for the defendants at “their Ohio and Virginia facilities until their termination on or about December 6, ” and says that by “shutting down, Defendants terminated approximately 2, similarly situated employees along with Plaintiffs, all without advance notice.
The plaintiffs say that after shutting down and filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, the the defendants did not provide “60 days’ notice of the shutdown to those employees in violation of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act WARN Act. The lawsuit also claims that while some employees were informed of the news through conference calls, other received termination letters postmarked Dec. The plaintiffs are now seeking to get 60 days of wages and benefits, and all unpaid wages including vacation time they’ve accrued.