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Month: October 2015

Walk For the Poor 2015 Redux

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We participated in the Walk For The Poor this past Saturday. Mirna, Melina, Dawn, Paquito, Jim, Ed, and Kip all met at DeSales Highschool at around 9:00 am. It was unseasonably cold. Fortunately the rain let up so we weren’t both cold and wet. Father Charlie from St. Paul’s in Westerville blessed those who were interested in being blessed. Then we were off.

We walked around the DeSales running track four times.  So we walked about a mile and then that was that. Considering how chilly the morning was, we had a fairly sizable crowd.

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Workers’ Compensation: Voluntary Abandonment and McNabb

VOLUNTARY ABANDONMENT OF THE WORKPLACE RULE

Does your employer have a policy that after so many unexcused absents you run the risk of being fired? Often our clients must miss work because of their injuries in order to see doctors or are told that they cannot work because of their injuries. Employers will sometimes fire the injured worker because of the violation of this policy. As a consequence of this the injured worker is said to have voluntarily abandoned the workplace.

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