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2nd DCA Upholds Jury Verdict for Injured Worker on Failure to Accommodate Claim

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 | 1622 | 0 | 66 min read

A California appellate court upheld a worker’s $39,967 award against his former employer for failing to accommodate him and engage in an interactive process after he suffered an on-the-job injury. Case: Bolanos v. Priority Business Services, No. B280139, 03/09/2018, unpublished. Facts: Rene Bolanos worked for Priority Business Services, a staffing agency. He suffered an on-the-job injury in January 2014 and was released to return to work, with restrictions. Priority initially accommodated Bolanos by having him work in the staffing office. According to Bolanos, he suffered a ...

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