The Kansas Court of Appeals in Pardo v. UPS this past June unanimously struck down a provision in the state’s workers’ compensation law as unconstitutional. The court said that the law deprived the injured worker of a remedy for his injury.
The decision prompts the question: How is the Grand Bargain spelled out and safeguarded for the worker? I am surprised there are not more challenges on behalf of workers.
Francisco Pardo, a UPS driver, incurred a work injury, and was ...
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