Remember the notorious pepper-spraying cop? Ex-UC Davis police Lt. John Pike is now getting $38,055 in a workers' compensation settlement from the university, The Sacramento Bee reports.
A workers' compensation claim typically provides employees with benefits or a remedy for their on-the-job injuries. Public safety personnel, like firefighters and police officers, are no strangers to work-related injuries.
In Pike's case, he infamously pepper-sprayed a group of "Occupy" protesters at a campus sit-in in 2011. So what injuries did he claim in order to receive workers' comp?