“Instead of giving [Plaintiff] light duty, [Defendant] provided the grocery department an additional thirty hours to allow [Plaintiff] to schedule employees to help him…. In spite of the additional hours, when sales were slower than anticipated, [Plaintiff] was instructed to cut hours…, resulting in the department being understaffed, leaving [Plaintiff] with no help and forcing him to work beyond the limitations set by his doctors.”
Garcia v. Randall’s Food and Drugs, L.P., 2014 WL 2931841, at *11 (N.D. Tex. June 30, 2014) (O’Connor, J.).