Imminent peril, or imminent danger, is an American legal concept where
Imminent peril is "certain danger, immediate, and impending; menacingly close at
Section 13(a) of the Act defines imminent danger as "... any conditions or
practices in any place of employment which are such that a danger exists which
If you ask 100 lawyers or psychiatrists or police officers to define and explain the
difference between immediate and imminent danger you will get an ...
Imminent. Impending; menacingly close at hand; threatening. Imminent peril, for
example, is danger that is certain, immediate, and impending, such as the type ...
Danger lurks everywhere. I'm not talking about health risks or economic
downturns, I'm talking about human predators. Most people are good human
Hostile Fire and Imminent Danger Pay are payable for duty performed in an area
designated as hazardous. A member is not authorized to receive both Hostile ...
May 11, 2016 ... (CNN) A 9-year-old girl allegedly taken from school by an uncle with no custodial
rights may be "in imminent danger," Tennessee Bureau of ...
May 12, 2016 ... A spokesperson for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations said at a press
conference that Carlie Trent, the missing 9-year-old girl allegedly ...
May 10, 2016 ... The Tennessee man who allegedly kidnapped his 9-year-old niece last week
bought several items including lipstick, nail polish, underwear, ...
Hostile Fire/Imminent Danger Pay (HFP/IDP). A member of a uniformed service
may be paid special pay at the rate of $225 per month for any month in which ...