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I got sued by an emplyee regarding workers' comp. I did not

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I got sued by an emplyee regarding workers' comp. I did not buy workers' compensation then. Now he wants to dismiss the case. What should he do to to dismiss the case. He does not want to go to his lawyer again. I will pay him some money to settle. Yur
response is appreciated. King
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: California Employment Law
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 1 year ago.
Unfortunately, the employee would have to go through his Attorney to dismiss the case. If you two are working out a settlement behind the Attorney's back, that would create a big mess for your employee. The Attorney would go after him for his part of the settlement. To avoid a big headache, your employee needs to candidly speak with his Attorney and let him know that he no longer wants to proceed with the lawsuit. The Attorney MUST honor his request—the Attorney cannot proceed with the case if your employee no longer wants to do so.

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