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“…Culpable negligence means recklessly acting without reasonable caution and putting another person at risk of injury or death (or failing to do something with the same consequences)…” 
“….It is clear that workplace injuries have significant crossover effects on Social Security Disability Insurance, Medicare, and other programs. While further study will be needed to expose the specific effects of changes in workers’ compensation laws, evidence suggests that the costs of workplace injuries are being shifted not only to injured workers and their families, but also to federal programs….”
READ ALL ABOUT IT…… THEN CONTACT THE CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES WHO PURPORT TO GIVE A HOOT ABOUT INJURED AMERICAN WORKERS
October 20, 2015 Letter from Congress to the Secretary of the Department of Labor
Oct 5, 2016 – A new Department of Labor report says cuts to state workers’ comp systems have … U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez on Capitol Hill in April.
[That’s just the TIP OF THE ICEBERG! ASK ANY PROFESSIONAL WHO LEFT OR IS LEAVING THE INDUSTRY…ASK ANY INJURED WORKER ABOUT THE …OBSTACLES TO JUSTICE AND CIVIL RIGHTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS….]
DO ATTORNEYS FULFILL THEIR ETHICAL AND MORAL OBLIGATIONS TO INJURED WORKERS IN AMERICA? NO……THE MAJORITY DO NOT.
ASK ANY INJURED WORKER FAILED BY THE SYSTEM WHERE THE CULPABLE NEGLIGENCE SEEMS TO LIE.
Culpable negligence means recklessly acting without reasonable caution and putting another person at risk of injury or death (or failing to do something with the same consequences).
It is the omission to do something which a reasonable, prudent and honest man would do, or the doing something which such a man would not do under all the circumstances surrounding each particular case. [State v. Emery, 78 Mo. 77, 80 (Mo. 1883)]
“The term culpable negligence should be construed to mean a negligence of a higher degree than that which in civil cases is held to be gross negligence, and must be a negligence of a degree so gross as to be tantamount to a wanton disregard of, or utter indifference to, the safety of human life.” [Smith v. State, 197 Miss. 802 (Miss. 1945)]
pffffft…. read the whole article on HuffPo…
Then read the challenge again:
WORKERS COMPENSATION INDUSTRIES MERELY MAKE EXTREME PROFITS FOR THE INDUSTRY WHILE MAIMING, IMPOVERISHING AND KILLING INJURED WORKERS — IT’S NOT VERY NICE.
“Without a blog and a growing email list, Injured Workers are unarmed and unprotected….”
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