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Workers compensation News

'Pepper spray cop' wants worker's comp for 'psychiatric injury'

Sacramento - John Pike, the police officer at the University of California-Davis who was fired after he shot pepper spray into the faces of seated student activists — now wants worker's compensation for the "psychiatric injury" he suffered from the 2011 incident.

Woman injured during sex on company time gets workers’ comp

A woman who was injured while having sex in her hotel room during a business trip is entitled to workers' compensation, Australian media report.

Swedish waitress sues for boob job benefits

Stockholm - A Swedish waitress is suing her employer after they denied coverage and docked her earnings while off work getting cosmetic breast enhancement surgery.

Op-Ed: AIG: An Assessment on the Ground of Desperate Measures

I remember AIG, too well in fact. I worked with their workers compensation division. I wasn't an employee but a counselor whose fees were paid by the wonders of insurance. What I found was disturbing enough to believe what we've learned about bonuses.

Op-Ed: McDonald's Denies Benefits To Hero Employee

Heroes are few and far between. Nigel Haskett is one of those unsung heroes who intervened when a man at the McDonald's he was working at started beating a woman inside the restaurant. In that process Haskett ended up fighting for his own life.

Tree Company Ordered to Pay Compensation to Injured Illegal Immigrant

An injured illegal immigrant was allowed to return to Rhode Island through a humanitarian visa issued by the government to pursue a workers' compensation suit. The suit stems from an accident in 2006 where he sustained injuries from a chainsaw.
 

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