Workers' Comp Claims Denied for Families of Deceased Meat Packers
The family of a deceased meat plant worker has been denied workers' compensation benefits after workplace exposure and contraction of the COVID-19 virus.
October 11, 2020 at 04:44 PM
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The family of a deceased meat plant worker has allegedly been denied workers’ compensation benefits after workplace exposure and contraction of the COVID-19 virus.
Before contracting the virus, seventy-eight-year old Saul Sanchez only left home to work on the meat-packing line, and to go to his church with a five-person congregation. Sources close to the matter claim that no one else in the family or at the church were infected.
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