March 3, 2009
The two wrestlers claimed they were not given health care and other benefits as they believed they were full-time employees when they signed their contracts. The Connecticut workers' compensation suit claimed the wrestlers did not have any withheld federal taxes as they were not classified as full-time employees.
The Connecticut's workers' compensation lawsuit was dismissed by a district judge on Tuesday.
The Connecticut workers' compensation lawyers at Carter Mario can help if you were injured on the job.