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Stroke Victim Could Proceed With Disability And Age Discrimination Claims

Sandell v. Taylor-Listug, Inc., 188 Cal. App. 4th 297 (2010) Robert Sandell began his employment as vice president of sales with Taylor-Listug in February 2004. Six months later, while on a six-month sabbatical from work, Sandell suffered a stroke (following a chiropractic adjustment). When Sandell returned to work in October, he was using a cane … Continue Reading
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