Media Advisory: Appeals Court To Hear Discrimnation Case
 
NEWS MEDIA ADVISORY FOR: 
Tuesday, November 20, 2007 
 
Contact: Steve Hopcraft, 916/457-5546;
Steve@hopcraft.com
 
Appeals Court To Hear Discrimnation Case
Injured workers, AARP: Insurers Penalizing Women, Older Workers, Millions of Dollars withheld each Year
 
On Tuesday morning, November 20th, the Third District Court of Appeal in
Sacramento will hear arguments from injured workers’ advocates, the AARP and
civil rights groups that Governor Schwarzenegger’s workers’ compensation laws
have led to discrimination against California workers based on their age and
gender. A state commission has estimated that compensation provided to disabled
workers has been cut by at least $40 million a year due to this change.
 
WHO: Injured workers’ and civil rights advocates
WHEN: Tuesday, November 20, session begins 9:30 am
(case is 5th on docket)
WHERE: Third District Court of Appeal
Library and Courts Building, 914 Capitol Mall, Sacramento
 
 
Posted 11-20-2007 12:18 PM by caaaAdmin

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