Workers comp

Author Subject: Workers comp
Injured Posted At 15:28:34 02/14/2000
Being an Injured worker is like drowning in a lake with your employer and
the insurance company standing on the shore to afraid to get wet.
Ronnie T. Have a lousy day! Re: Workers comp (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 17:31:57 02/14/2000

Marty Re: Workers comp drowning workers (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 18:16:15 02/14/2000

It's more like employers throwing you into the lake so they could increase their profit margin.....and the insurance company using the oar given to them by Oregon politicians (but paid for with your tax dollars) to keep you submerged.
Injured Re: Workers comp (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 21:01:34 02/14/2000

Say again Ronny T
Marty Re: Workers comp (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 16:41:38 02/15/2000

I believe Ronnie was changing wet to wetter. But my desciption, I believe, is more accurate in describing the workers' comp system and how it's been legislated to operate. This is what results when lots of bribe money, excuse me "campaign contributions", are made by people such as Mark Hemstreet and Gene Derflers tenants, Associated Oregon Industries.

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