What is it like to be a low-wage immigrant worker in the US and suffer a work injury? Whether legal or illegal, modestly educated in a formal sense but with well-honed practical skills and resolve, this person works at a job that many native-born Americans may shun.
WorkersCompensation.com reporter Phil Yacuboski wrote on May 2 that one injured immigrant worker who has litigated his claim in Minnesota received permission from the judge to testify via video, because he fears being deported. ...
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