Guard can sue state over injuries at home on San Quentin grounds

| Apr 30, 2015 | Uncategorized |

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“Workers who live on employer-owned property deserve the same protections as everyone else in California,” according to Anthony Label, attorney for Monnie Wright, whose damage suit was opposed by the state, which contended he was limited to workers’ compensation because he was injured on state-owned property that was connected to his workplace. A Marin County judge agreed and dismissed the suit. The First District Court of Appeal in San Francisco overruled that decision.  Read the full story at SFGate.