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This week's document of the week was not a submission to the JV team. It was pulled from the federal docket and published here due to the impressive nature of the plaintiff's recovery. Plaintiff claimed that during that time, he was an exemplary employee who was promoted three times and received overwhelmingly positive performance reviews.
Plaintiff had kidney disease and since , had to spend 9? In January of , plaintiff resigned from his Shift Manager position for health reasons and returned to his former position as Certified Station Trainer CST , which did not require him to perform strenuous physical tasks.
While he was on leave, defendant allegedly cancelled his health insurance. Defendant allegedly told him that the CST position no longer existed and that he could work as a "Ramp Agent" who was required to lift more than 30 pounds. Plaintiff claimed that defendant effectively terminated his employment by saying he could not return to work unless his lifting restrictions were eliminated.
Defendant claimed that it offered to accommodate plaintiff by offering him a Pilot Recruiter position in Salt Lake City, UT, but plaintiff declined. On Sept. On May 19, , Judge Robert Blackburn granted defendant's motion for summary judgment on plaintiff's claim for interference, but denied the motion as to the rest of plaintiff's claims.
The jury returned a verdict on Sept. Plaintiff was represented by Paul J. Maxon, Sarah J. Maxon, P. Defendant was represented by Jonathan R. Lexis Advance subscribers may view the complete summary here: John Hayes v. For more information about LexisNexis products and solutions connect with us through our corporate site. Toggle navigation. Downloads: Hayes v. Skywest Airlines, Inc Complaint.