Larry Liner has a college degree and once worked as an insurance adjuster in Georgia. His world began to unravel in 2000 after a divorce wiped him out financially.

Down on his luck, he started work in 2001 as a day laborer through Seminole County, Fla.-based Workers Temporary Staffing Inc. But according to his attorney, David George of Boca Raton, Fla., the company overcharged him for transportation to his daily jobs.

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