Wal-Mart Faces Class Action for Workers' Compensation Conspiracy

A class that could include as many as 6,900 Wal-Mart employees in Colorado is suing the retailer and its insurers in federal court for conspiring to interfere with their workers' compensation-related medical treatment. They're accusing the companies of violating the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) as well as Colorado's Consumer Protection Act.

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