Clear Harbors, Aerotek Escape Employee’s Severed-Thumb Swimsuit

Law360 (May 21, 2021, 8:30 p.m. EDT) – A California judge on Friday threw out a temp worker’s lawsuit for damages in an accident in which his thumb was bruised and severed while working at a Shell Oil refinery, says that State Employee Compensation Act covers any relief he can get from the injury.

U.S. Judge Alex G. Tse gave Clean Harbors Industrial Services Inc., which provided services to the Shell refinery, and Aerotek Inc., which summarized workers in a lawsuit filed by Abraham Solis, who was injured in his first injury Judgment and only working day in the facility ….

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