Termination, Incomplete Photographic Evidence Point to Retaliation, Obstruction
Minneapolis, MN (WorkersCompensation.com) – Giving an employee all the time off he’s entitled to might not be enough for an employer to show it stayed on the right side of workers’ compensation law.
For example, in Lieffring v. Prairieland Solid Waste Facility, No. 19-cv-02812 (D. Minn. 06/30/21), the court found that allegations about out-of-context photographs and the timing of an employee’s termination raised questions about whether the employer got in the way of his ...
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