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Supreme Court Upholds Benefits to Worker Assaulted by Supervisor

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 | 214 | 0 | 74 min read

The West Virginia Supreme Court upheld an award of benefits for a worker who suffered injuries after being attacked by his supervisor at work. Case: Jason Lipscomb Builders LLC v. Drain, No. 19-0311, 06/26/2020, published. Facts: In July 2017, a deputy from the Wood County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to the premises of Jason Lipscomb Builders LLC in response to a physical altercation between Donald Drain and his boss, Jason Lipscomb. The deputy observed blood on Drain's face and clothing. He had suffered a broken ankle, a broken nose, a shoulder injury and left eye abrasion...

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