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Pastor, Church & Law

written by Richard R. Hammar, J.D., LL.M., CPA

Dismissing Employees for Filing a Workers Compensation Claim

Volume 3 . Chapter 8, Part 2 . § 8-07.3
Key Point 8-07.3 In many states employers can be sued for dismissing or in any way discriminating against an employee who files a workers compensation claim.

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