Politics & Government

June 8, 2010

Injured workers allege AIG deliberately slows payments

Paul Jasmine, a dog trainer, was on his first mission hunting for explosives in southeastern Afghanistan when he stepped on an improvised bomb. Permanently disabled at 36, Jasmine was transported home to Lake Charles, La., where he said he expects to receive enough workers' compensation benefits from a subsidiary of the American International Group to support him, his wife and their three children.

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