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Robbery Victim Must Take Claims of Retaliatory Termination to Arbitration

By WorkCompCentral

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 | 218 | 0 | 5 min read

A unanimous West Virginia Supreme Court ruled that a retail employee would have to arbitrate her claims that her employer had wrongfully terminated her in retaliation for pursuing comp benefits. Case: Family Dollar Stores of West Virginia v. Tolliver, No. 17-0236, 02/27/2018, published. Facts: Family Dollar Stores of West Virginia hired Rachel Tolliver in December 2014. In January 2015, Tolliver was working in Oceana when an armed man robbed the store. The man forced Tolliver into a closet during the robbery. Tolliver filed a workers’ compensation claim for mental and physical injuri...

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