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Ohio Court Takes Broad View of “Arising Out of Employment”

Owner/Employee’s Injuries in Wreck Were Work-Related Despite Fact That Meeting’s Purpose Was Tangential Injuries sustained in an auto accident by the owner/employee of a commercial-vehicle tire changing service as the owner traveled to meet two subordinate employees for breakfast arose … Continue reading

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Assault on NYC Subway Employee Exiting Train Did Not Occur In Course of Employment

Employee Had Clocked Out and Traveled Six Stops Toward His Home Where a New York City subway train cleaner clocked out at the end of his shift, left his assigned work train station, traveled toward his home on a subway … Continue reading

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Illinois Court Says Flight Attendant is Not a Traveling Employee While “Commuting”

In what at first blush might appear as a counter-intuitive ruling, an Illinois appellate court has held that a flight attendant who injured her knee on a flight from Denver to New York on the day before she was scheduled … Continue reading

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