New California Video Called “Riveting” By Advocates For Disabled And Handicapped Injured Workers

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Workplace violence restraining orders become focus of new documentary by San Francisco labor activist examining the California workers’ compensation system

A 27-minute video produced for San Francisco television known as “Labor Line” has focused attention on the plight of those injured workers fighting to receive court ordered medical benefits in California.

The video chronicles the struggles of nurse Barbara Clark and her on-going racketeering lawsuit (under the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act) against the Adventist Health System of Placer County, California (see case no. S-1500-CV-0000245966, Clark vs. Adventist Health System, Kern County Superior Court).

“The California workers’ compensation system is collapsing under it’s own weight. Injured workers are not being treated, while insurance company profits continue to soar. This movie focuses the issues and is must viewing by all Californians.” reports Larry Nign, an activist that operates the website.

The video shows the service of eight restraining orders upon Clark as she entered the California Fraud Assessment Commission to testify about the Adventist hospital chain. The restraining orders forbid Clark from contacting eight executives and managers of the hospital chain for three years. (See case numbers CV-19493 through 19498, Placer County Superior Court, Adventist Health vs. Clark).

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