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Delivery Man Receives $17,000 in Workers’ Compensation for Broken Wrist

October 11, 2001

A delivery man was awarded $17,000 in workers’ compensation for a broken wrist he suffered more than three years ago for trying to escape from geese, according to USA Today. Nolan Lett said two Canada geese blocked him outside the Aramark Corp. on his way to work. He tripped when one goose flew at his face. Lett’s attorney said it was the only workers’ compensation case he’s aware of that involved wildlife.
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