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Comp Offices Damaged in Violent Protests, But Trials Not Delayed

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 | 280 | 0 | 25 min read

First it was COVID-19. Now it's rioting and vandalism in the wake of the death of an unarmed African American man that has affected workers' compensation operations in two states. In Nebraska, the Compensation Court announced that its office on the Lincoln Mall in Lincoln, where judges' offices, courtrooms and the clerk's office are housed, was damaged Sunday night. News reports said a peaceful protest turned violent and windows were broken at offices along the mall, a four-block boulevard that ends at the state Capitol. Many businesses and government offices on the mall were ...

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