Ok, so my husband worked for this slave driver Jw boss in a factory, and injured his back on the job. So my husband has launched a compensation claim against the Jw boss's worker insurance for unsafe work practices. So the Jw ex boss has responded to the claim with this mega statement affidavit thing. Throughout the affidavit, he explicitly continues to make a point that my husband was not good enough to do anything but the basic duties, repeating that he was slow and not very smart and a poor communicator who was unable to progress to other tasks. Ok, even if that's true, the only reason I can think of that this man kept foregrounding these less than flattering points about my husband is to discredit him and make his claim seem bogus!
Medical evidence proves that my husband had a terrible injury, and I had to take a month off work to look after him in the early stage, and now even after all this time, he still suffers and can't do as much as he used to. If my husband wins this claim, the ex boss doesn't have to pay because that's what he has worker insurance for, so what does he have to gain by trying to discredit his 'brother'? This Jw ex boss is an elder and a pioneer, and even knowing ttatt makes it hard to believe he could act so unlovingly.
I know some of the claim is a matter of his word against ours, but his word seems unnecessarily malicious.