$79 thousand may not go far, but it's huge, because the payment of any monetary award looks like they are accepting responsibility for the on the job injury. That looks like they are admitting they have employees, and a responsibility to pay for their injuries. I hear the door opening wide!
Exactly! Now everyone who has ever been injured while working in the WTS New York Facilities can come back and get their settlement. Even if that does not happen, all of the Workers Compensation insurance premiums will knock a big hole in the coffers of the WTS. I find it very interesting that very few religious organizations are capable of functioning without subsidies in the form of tax breaks and legal immunities. If religious organizations were treated the same as a regular business nearly all of them would go bankrupt. So much for divine power. The only thing keeping them afloat is free money and immunity from prosecution.