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Quote of the Day - We are down about 10 to 12 people. People are getting older. Some are having hip replacements or knee operations, or other problems that keep them from doing what can be active, energetic work. - Jim Doyle
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Citing the “last employer rule,” the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held today that even though a company employed a worker for just one day, that employer was responsible for injuries that occurred to the worker over the course of his 35 years of employment. Three judges in Washington made this ruling, even though the worker had previously scheduled his knee replacement surgery during the time he was working for a prior employer. See Metropolitan Stevedore v. Crescent Wharf

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Wednesday, August 13, 2003 at 16:25 Comments Closed (2) |
 
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